By Gregg Fields, The Miami Herald Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News
May 13--For the second startling session in a row, the stock market notched a triple-digit gain Monday, and an increasing number of analysts are suspecting Wall Street may finally be recovering from its worst slump since World War II.
"Get out the bubbly!" enthused Larry Wachtel, a longtime market pundit for Prudential, in a commentary for the company's clients. "Money managers appear willing to make a leap of faith that economic recovery begins to make dramatic improvement in the second half."
The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 122.13 points Monday, or 1.4 percent, to …