Investors may have gotten seasick in November. While the Dow Jones
Here's a look at the crazy conditions that drove November's frenzied market:
Overall, the Dow ended the past week up a massive 7%, its best weekly gain since 2009. The S&P 500
Looking ahead, the important thing to remember is that actions like central-bank intervention have been common throughout the financial crisis over the past three years. If you think the exuberance of this week is built to last, I have some swampland in Florida to sell you. In today's market, volatility is the coin of the realm. So enjoy the gains while they last, but remember that the uncertain future of Europe is far from resolved, and the market's hyperkinetic swings aren't going anywhere soon.
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