There are moments when everything changes in the stock market. The market has been in a stage three topping phase now since last July when the internals began to breakdown....
CNBC Bubble Heads
People who see the market overvalued, see the Nasdaq go to 5000, see the internal deterioration, see all the signs of trouble, and still cannot sell probably never will.
"It means really that you see… the new economy which we talked about 15 years ago has really become the economy."
This is CNBC.
CNBC celebrates as Nasdaq hits 5,000. The last time it did that was back in 2000.
And these are his top picks for the masses.
This Dennis Gartman interview was a big journalistic scoop for CNBC's bubble girl.
Even if one is bullish after the big bounce there is no reason to panic into stocks and feel like you have to buy right now, because it needs to pause and digest the recent gains to have a sustainable rally from here.
Here is James Cramer on Friday calling a bottom.
Robert Schiller who invented the CAPE ratio says in this interview on CNBC that everything in the US stock market is pricey and bonds are trading now at "bizarre" levels.
Yahoo Finance is aiming in alliance with CNBC to become THE PLACE to for the gullabull on the internet.
Gold exploded today and so did gold stocks. And not only that but the trading volume in them is tremendous. Take a look at GDX, GLD, and SLV.
If you ever wanted a display of the moral corruption and rot that is CNBC this morning was a perfect example.
McDonalds is really indicative of what is going on in the stock market now.
Last week old CNBC anchor Ron Insana came back on CNBC to give what is now the most powerful bull argument.
She claimed the stock market is going to go up because corporations "have been returning cash to shareholders through dividends and increase dividends."
I believe the "hawkish" Fed is all a giant myth - and within a year or two the Fed will be printing more money and not tightening.
Maria Bartiromo left CNBC several months ago. You may be wondering where she has gone. Well she left to sign a contract for FOX Business and just launched a new morning show there a few weeks ago.
The stock market is overvalued. It is hard as an investor to have a reason to buy into it anymore, but you can always come up with a way to trade something in it.
Thomas Lee is the head equity strategist for JP Morgan. He declared on CNBC yesterday that he believes that we are only half-way through this bull market.
On CNBC James Cramer declared that we are in a bull market like he saw in the 1990's that will continue despite "naysayers." He says he is the people's "champion" of the bull market.