Don't put too much weight on what stocks did after hours following comments from Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke that called for quantitative easing "for the foreseeable future," StockMonster's Guy Adami said Wednesday.
"I wouldn't necessarily trust this 11-point move to the upside in the S&P," he said. "I mean, say what you want about him, but in terms of the market he's done everything exactly right, seeing the spike here."
The big question, Adami added, was whether stocks would see "a big reversal or carry through" when the market opens.
"Just be a little bit careful here tomorrow," he added.
Bernanke, who spoke at a conference sponsored by the National Bureau of Economic Research, said that the U.S. economy continued to need a highly accommodative monetary policy.
The CNBC's "Fast Money" traders shared how they were planning to play the market following Bernanke's remarks.
RiskReversal.com's Dan Nathan said that the market had already priced in news that had not materialized.