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The stock market continued to dip on Thursday, one day after Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke warned interest rates may rise. The so-called ‘buy on the dip mentality,’ however, may help stocks rally on Friday.  CNBC’s Maria Bartiromo reports.