Okay, 2 weeks ago the Global markets were freaking out because the European debt markets were in a tailspin, so last Monday those markets were bailed out to the tune of $1 trillion by the ECB and others. The markets liked that, at least for a minute. Then this past week the new concern is whether or not Europe can grow its economies. Talk about an emotional market. First things first. The ECB had to stabilize its debt markets and instill confidence to the global investment community, which they did. Now the markets want everything to be perfect right away. Not going happen! Patience is an understatement, but must be exhibited as the markets unwind and adjust. I think for this week a stable market environment would be the healthiest outcome for the short term.
Good Luck to all.