The markets struggled to the finish line but ended up on a positive note Friday for its best weekly performance in five months. The Dow Jones Industrial Average added 36.16, or 0.50%, to 7,206.22, while the S&P 500 was up 3.29, or 0.44, to 754.03. The Nasdaq nudged down 0.45, or 0.03%, to 1,425.65. Tim Seymour said on CNBC's "Fast Money" TV show that he still thinks there is a lot of short covering to this rally. "I don't know whether the market is ready to say 'Off we go.' " But Joe Terranova said he was "absolutely encouraged" by today's gains. "Any good bull market needs to consolidate and that is what we're doing now," he said. "I still there's room to go on the upside." Zachary Karabell saying trying to call a bottom to this market is a fool's errand. He said it's more important to pay attention to the fundamental realities of what is working, whether it's the commodities, industrials, health care or some tech. "Bull, bear. Who cares?" replied Pete Najarian. "It's been a traders' market." Najarian said he's been particularly impressed with the bullish sentiment expressed in the Financial SPDR ( XLF), up 34% for the week, and the Industrial SPDR ( XLI), up 11%. Seymour said more news could drive the markets next week with the upcoming G-20 Meeting, OPEC meeting and Fed meeting. Najarian noted the VIX is still high, channeling between 40 and 50. Melissa Lee, the moderator of the show, noted that bank stocks were up 36% this week, influenced in large part by encouraging comments from some high-profile bank CEOs that they are see profits in the first quarter.