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Consecutive all-time high closes . . . was our forecast for the cash S&P Tuesday and as well on Wednesday, handsomely capping-off a series of sometimes challenging forecasts dating way back to the end of February, which we viewed as...
Musical chairs games . . . of course are underway, as what you're seeing is not normal investor action, but that of a coterie of mutual fund managers who (sometimes) think they're smarter than everyone else. Occasionally it's reminiscent...
A bear market bounce . . . is oversimplification to describe Wednesday's activity. And in fact, it is notable that the S&P futures were not able to penetrate the prior day's deep-discount lows on an enduring basis, which of course set-...
Is the "Bull Market" back? That's the question many on "the Street" are asking today, as stocks generally have moved back up in recent days, very much inline with our call after last week's big drubbing, which showed an exhaustion of...
We're not on the edge of instability . . . and "there's no reason to slam on the brakes"; so said a beleaguered Fed Chairman, to the Phase II Humphrey Hawkins testimony in the U.S. Senate. This the Fed Chairman just blink? And did this...
Inversion strategies. . . are becoming perversions for those bond vigilantes, who only in the past few "daze", recognized what's going on in the T-Bondmarket, and belatedly embraced our ideas of impact from a modest, but nevertheless...
Upward price behavior ahead of the FOMC decision . . . was the call, in harmony with the DB last weekend indicating an immediate cessation of bearish leaning, at least temporarily; which in fact helped set the pattern for our nice...
A defensive market was the call . . . again for Wednesday action, and we weren't disappointed in the outcome. It's always great to see tech stocks advancing uninterruptedly, but realistically as a continuing saga without hiccups, is absurd...
A little break in the Dow Industrials . . . accompanied by further rallying overall in "new media" plus not terribly overexploited tech areas was the general idea here in front of nominal Expiration this week, which (while complex)...
A "Coming of Age" . . by the Internet, likely summarizes much of what the Street is fearing now, as suggested immediately here in the wake of the largest "new & old media" merger Monday. To be sure, there are concerns about multiples...

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