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Will These Markets Ever Pullback Again?

This morning, the S&P 500 Index e-mini futures (ES Z1) are trading lower by 0.50 points to 1246.50 per contract. The S&P 500 e-mini futures have rallied higher by 179.0 points in just 15 trading days from the October 4, 2011 pivot low of 1068.00 per contract. This could be the greatest bounce ever seen in the stock market in such a short period of time. While everyone in the media will tell you that the stock market is rallying because of a European bank bailout the truth is that the markets are rallying higher because of the falling U.S. Dollar Index. Perhaps the media will one day catch on and really report what is going on. This morning, WTI oil is surging higher by another $2.90 to $94.16 a barrel. A weak U.S. Dollar Index results in higher energy prices as everything inflates, it is just that simple.  ...See full video here