I was rather surprised the S&P 500 didn't clear 1285.09 given its very sharp open. Then again eurozone issues are holding things back globally. It's hard to go "all-in" even as financials start to rally as long as one third of developed world is in danger of disintegrating.
When you view U.S. stock sectors you feel more optimistic. But if you're not watching the rest of the world you're making a huge mistake.
Let's see what happens.
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