The bulls notched their second straight winning week in TheStreet.com RealMoney Barometer survey.

They took 375 votes, or 42%, of the 892 votes cast. The bears got 262 votes, or 29%. Neutral came in at 255 votes.

Once again, the sector most expected to rise was precious metals, and the one most expected to fall was homebuilding.

Other sectors seen as rising this week were energy equipment and services, and integrated oil.

Other sectors expected to fall this week were investment banks and brokers, and commercial banks.

On Monday, the stock market was up sharply, with the

Dow Jones Industrial Average

closing up 192 points to 14,088. The

Nasdaq Composite

closed higher by 20 points to 2741, and the

S&P 500

finished up 20 points to 1547.

The complete poll results are at the bottom of this page.

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