Apparently, we're so good we can do it before they hatch. As the Dow approaches the magical 10,000 mark (again), we get this from the pros at CNBC:
The bigger story may end up being a better holiday shopping season and continued upside in corporate earnings.
It's mid-October, and we're already calling the holiday shopping season a big success. Maybe, maybe not, but I wouldn't be putting my money into stocks just yet.
Edit, 1803: Bloomberg reports "Sales at U.S. retailers fell less than anticipated in September...". This gets you a Dow of 10,000? We are now in that "bizarre alternate reality".