It's not a bull market, according to Michael Yoshikami of YCMNET Advisors. "The market's had a great rally, but I think it's a bit ahead of itself, in terms of what's happening with the economy," he told CNBC. "Let's all agree that the economy is getting worse slower, but it's still getting worse." That said, Yoshikami is enthusiastic about some selected technology names.
"Fits and starts," less bad"...all the phrases traders are using to describe the murky state we are in. In the past few weeks, traders have clearly focused on the "starts," on the positives.
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