What's the correlation between jobs and the market? Is it a scary trend when stocks are going up as the jobless rate hits its highest point since 1983?
While history shows that job growth typically lags economic growth, is it time to write off the jobs report as inconsequential to market behavior?
I think we're building a stairway to heaven on the back of paper, CNBC's Rick Santelli says.
Find out what else has to say on the subject in the video below.
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