From Forbes.com "The advance, has some market watchers ready to slap the "bottom" tag on the lows of Oct. 10 and wait for better days ahead. The Dow Jones industrial average climbed 144 points, or 1.6%, to 9,325 Friday, and added 11.3% on the week; while the S&P 500 was up 15 points, or 1.5%, to 969, and 10.5% for the week; and the Nasdaq added 22 points, or 1.3%, to 1,721, and picked up 10.9% over five days." Equity Rally Caps A Red October - Forbes.com To anyone out there who is considering dumping money back into the markets based upon fools saying we have hit bottom, "DON'T DO IT! PLEASE, FOR YOUR OWN SAKE, DON'T DO IT!" I'm not saying to take your money out, since I don't know enough to make that statement. but if you have taken money out, hold off on putting it back in. We've got some more declining to do before all is said and done. That is the most idiotic "glass half-full" statement I've heard in years. But then again, if you think about it, Forbes and some "market experts" have a lot to gain from foolishly attempting to get money back into the markets.