Often, however, a wall of worry
is there to be climbed - it can be telling us that a lot of bad news is implicitly in the price, and that potential good news is perhaps being overlooked.
With all of the fear and doubt out there it is no wonder that the markets are climbing a wall of worry
As always markets climb a wall of worry
and 2004 was no different.
This has kept investor sentiment very muted, but provides a big wall of worry
for the market to climb.
Currently, at of the time of this writing, the market is climbing the wall of worry
The markets are clearly climbing the wall of worry
I'd like to praise our international team, led by Scott Snyder, for having great discipline the last five years as stocks climbed the proverbial wall of worry
," he continued.
What we're seeing today in emerging nations makes it a classic example of great bull markets climbing a wall of worry
Options players are notably optimistic on the stock, which takes away from the wall of worry
we like to see in order to prop up an equity.
Investors have been climbing a wall of worry
because the nation's inventories of gasoline have declined in recent weeks.
In other words, the equity markets still have to climb a wall of worry
There is an old adverb that says the stock markets climb a wall of worry