I love the "three people who asked not to be identified" bit.
When did the National Enquirer become the defacto standard of journalism in this country. These "anonymous" statements are not what freedom the press was intended to be. The propaganda orientation of the aricle is almost #$%$-esque. Bernanke said nothing except he didn't think asset bubbles were a problem. He didn' contradict the Fed's minutes but the spin is oh, see, the wizard is still pulling all the levers behind that curtain so investors sit tight.
Apple's iTV is the best example of all. Whenever a hedge fund goes long - out comes Munster singing "A Change Is Gonna Come" - with "Apple shalt dominate TVland" as the 11th commandment.
Games. Nothing but games. Trade appropriately. Market can't go down in a straight line no more than it can go up.