Markets Head Higher Despite RIM, Iran

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At least for now, the stock market doesn’t seem to care that RIM (RIMM) blew its earnings, or that Iran might one day possess the ability to make a nuclear bomb and start WWIII.

Futures are up across the board this morning, though not wildly. A day in the black would reverse two days of declines, which started on Wednesday when what looked like an up day turned into a gut punch for the bulls.

Expect a lot of hazy rhetoric out of the G-20 today. Feel free to ignore most of it.

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