Global stocks fall as Nasdaq slides; dollar eases on jobs data

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SeismicStock wrote:

If I’m right,stocks are down because they’re at a new high. If you look at the S&P500 index, when it gets to a new high, it retreats to a more comfortable level. I think the trading in the markets now consists of so many traders (vs. “investors”) that market swings should be expected. Markets up enough=time to sell, markets down enough=time to buy. We can always find “reasons” for the markets to move but I think Traders, not investors, move the markets these days.
There’ still money to be made, if you don’t hold on too long. SeismicStockTrading

Apr 04, 2014 3:09pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
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