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"Breaking up is not so hard to do" . . must have been the tune permeating most thinking of technology investors today, as investors focused both on the potential beneficiaries (though the victories generally are more pyric at this stage of...
Languishing action . . . more than trepidations, dominated the second half of Wednesday's rally efforts, which were also moderately throttled during the late month-end Indexing adjustments; an exact mix of which can never be especially...
A moderately negative Wednesday . . . was the expectation all week, particularly as we got the desired rallying ahead of the FOMC meeting, and during the Retail, PPI and CPI numbers as we desired. Hence, a selling wave was called for in...
A "Quadruple Bypass" . .
A "Buyers Strike" . . . anticipated to start Tuesday ahead of the week's key Employment Report as traders shied-away from any new commitments, occurred in harmony with our annual outlook that called for April and May declines interspersed...
A "fade" in-front of the ECI and GDP deflator . . . were expected for Wednesday afternoon, as the market was already up against resistance (or actually slightly above, by our work which had already indicated 1470-80 as the only realistic...
Forecast dynamic upside continues . . . amidst many increasingly vocal protestations from an assortment of analysts, some bears, but mostly wounded bulls who found religion after the fall, many of whom have been championing investing in "...
Not alleging conspiracies . . . but nevertheless curious about the fairly direct opposition to the market's efforts to recover, by the Federal Reserve's comments the day after last week's big turn in the market, we speculated that...
Remember the Plunge Protection Team? That was a rumored Washington "financial rescue" working group, about which everyone has been very secretive since the first musing about such a structure for potential intervention were first surfaced...
A return of "bipolar" market behavior . . . has been evident for several days before this recent spate of selling in the NASDAQ market. However, this variation is considerably at variance with a series of oscillations prevailing when we...

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