Stocks: Waking the Slumbering BullBen Levisohn
Despite some attention getting jumps and slumps – like a 300 point drop following Treasury Secretary Geithner’s disclosure of the bank rescue plan on Feb. 10 — the stock market has essentially done nothing for the last two months. Since rallying from its lows on November 20, the Dow Jones has traded in a 1000 point range, while the S&P 500 has bounced between 800 and 925.
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