Of course after huge up days everyone takes into consideration that stocks cannot go down, its the mentality everyone seems to have on wallstreet when stocks only go in one direction. Between the VIX falling and all the other hype about the s$p breaking 1228 and stocks being "cheap" there is only way according to the wallstreet pros and that way is up and away for stocks. Who is buying up this market, how anyone can say stocks are cheap in my opinion is pretty foolish, I mean thousands of stocks in the last 2 years are up hundreds and hundreds of percent and there are dozens up thousands of percent, I think the risk outweighs the reward with the market up this high, yes it can go higher but there is more risk to the downside. The only thing pumping this market is Bubble ben bernanke and friends otherwise this market wouldn't be trading where it is today. Market Pros: S&P To Blow Past Upper-End Resistance? CNBC staff and wire reports | December 02, 2010 | 05:51 PM EST After the best two-day stock market gain since July investors were at odds over what comes next for stocks. Some worry that the S&P [ .SPX 1221.53 +15.46 (+1.28%) ] is nearing the upper end of its range and about to slide lower. Others are adament that stocks are off to the races and expect the S&P to crash through resistance and surge higher in the days ahead. How should you position? Whatâs the trade? Instant Insights with the Fast Money traders think the right trade is the hard trade and thatâs to hold onto long positions, says Joe Terranova. Itâs so easy to take profits and cash out, especially if Friday's jobs report is worse than expected. But I turn the deskâs attention to the Vix [ VIX 19.39 -1.97 (-9.22%) ], which is sharply lower. The Vix got crushed on Thursday; it broke below 20, adds Jon Najarian, that's a big deal. I take it as a sign that investors now believe in the rally. Personally, I donât think weâve seen the highs for the year yet. The 1220 level - which is where we are on Thursday close is where the S&P has had trouble in the past, reminds Guy Adami. However, I have to admit it feels like the S&P wants to blast right past it. On the downside, 1173 is also a key level. The market has tested that level several times and its held. But when it ends I think it ends badly. I think we may be at the upper end of a range, adds Steve Grasso. However technicals suggest if the S&P blows past 1228 â the market could go up, up and away.If you believe global systemic risk is under control then this is a good time to buy the market, says Tim Seymour. I think valuations are still very impressive. Stocks are cheap. What do you think? We want to know! Chatter on the Street suggsets Goldman Sachs may have moved the market on Thursday after they upgraded the banking sector [ XLF 15.13 +0.3775 (+2.56%) ] to overweight; this is the first time Goldman has been this positive on the sector since 2008. "When you get a shop like Goldman out supporting the sector, it can't help but boost investor confidence," says Michael Nix, principal at Greenwood Capital Associates in a Retuers interview. Because Goldman is predicting a steeper yield curve, they say long The BKX [ BKX 47.63 +1.78 (+3.88%) ] is their best trade going into 2011, explains host Melissa Lee. Following are some other favorites Goldman Sachs' Top Bank PicksJPMorganCitiBank of AmericaPrincipal Financial GroupBlackstone GroupInvescoEvercoreTD AmeritradeStifelState StreetSimon Property GroupDr Horton Whatâs the trade? Iâm buying calls in JPMorgan [ JPM 39.31 +1.16 (+3.04%) ], Citi [ C 4.42 +0.12 (+2.79%) ], Bank of America [ BAC 11.68 +0.39 (+3.45%) ] and in Goldman [ GS 162.50 +4.05 (+2.56%) ], reveals Jon Najarian. Iâm looking for a breakout to the upside. I agree with the yield curve argument and Iâm long JPMorgan, Citi and Wells Fargo, says Brian Kelly.The news out of Goldman Sachs suggests to me that exchanges are the places to be, says Joe Terranova. I think thereâs still incredible headline risk in these names, says Guy Adami. Iâd take profits and even consider putting shorts out.