Extending yesterday’s baseball analogy, the market hit one deep into the gap on Thursday.  Before other bulls start doing cartwheels, let me remind them that a double does not score any runs with no one on base and over the past three weeks the bears have outscored us 12-3.  I certainly can run through paragraphs of analysis on the milestones the TICK data reached yesterday, but I ask that you take it on faith that the information suggests investors put money to work aggressively.  Instead, I want to focus more on the psychology of this promising bounce off the bottom in an effort to determine if stocks can extend this move.

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