NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- The market is on fire. I don't mean to make that sound like a good thing. The markets are screaming upward for sure, people are profiting, but the move feels contrived, it feels unnatural ... fake. But that's just me. I don't mean to imply that something improper is going on; all is good, except that it doesn't seem right.I get this way when the market enters into periods of becoming overextended. These are the times when we stay oversold or overbought for what seems like forever. And the contrarian philosophy starts to weaken, you keep trying to sell into that strength, but the strength seems endless. You know it will reverse at some point, so you keep selling, and selling, until it hurts.
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