BALTIMORE (Stockpickr) -- The mantra of "new month, new market" is holding true again in April.
Investors are shifting sentiment by the calendar month in 2012, opting to turn bullish as the page turned to January, and now ramping up anxiety in April's first week of trading. Stocks are headed into what looks like a third day of selling today, a move that's being attributed to the Fed's not announcing another round of quantitative easing on Tuesday, and now rising borrowing costs for Spain.
But what's really changed? Not much.
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