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Ben Bernanke certainly but also the fact that they didn't think consumer looks pretty healthy -- -- -- is down on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange the NASDAQ hitting the highest level.
Since October 2007 so we can't ignore that but we also have very solid moves the propelled Amazon and Microsoft.
Right we have a lot of names that have -- so far into the green -- with 52 week highs the national -- let's talk about Amazon.
Same store sales great news there -- some Microsoft supplement to the upside and so yet they are doing their restructuring.
But opposed to point out that investors appear to be doing bargain hunting as well there are some beaten down stocks which are making gains on of my favorites cliffs natural resources.
Right and we've seen -- -- down for sure management changes in the like another would be I in the gold -- when you look at any Mike Newmont Mining.
Some of the coal stocks that have been beaten down they're taking them today -- -- sure are -- didn't see some big gains hearing about the 200 dollar level.
Some good positive comments are assessed on the therefore Arlington and that's one of the reasons -- I'm jumping.
And Bernanke's speech actually gave a boost to the home builders -- -- Well absolutely because when you talk about -- -- -- and had saying basically -- -- everything the same for the foreseeable future ultimately that's good news for rates.
And mortgage rates and ultimately it back in time that those others and -- see -- they moved inside.
And they have been extremely volatile but have done so.
-- -- very clearly says quote.
Housing has begun to turn around and there -- good implications for construction as well so no wonder those homebuilders took off the bells.
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