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Conviction in technology . . . set the tone, not only for Wednesday morning's predicable rally in the wake of stellar (rearview mirror) results from Microsoft (MSFT), but for the overall market in the Senior Averages, to the extent that...
Technical, fundamental and monetary factors . . . are all the primary environmental indicators that help investors and analysts interpret conditions that exist in the equity and debt arenas, and thus may impact the direction of future...
Gauging the wind . . can be tougher than evaluating the Fed's motives, a virtually-constant sort of ongoing drone from those in the financial media that seem almost fixated on weighing a selling squall in the wake of Tuesday's forecast...
Aftershocks following Tuesday's Wall Street circus . . . were more than just trepidtations, or worries about technical deterioation, with much of it resulting from many in this generation still in some sort of overly complacent "long term...
Markets have shown no signs of broadening-out. . not only now, but during the entire year as a whole. Given our annual forecast, not just our shorter-term assessments, this isn't surprising. It was of course not easy occasionally, when...
Selling into a benign CPI rally. . . was the call for early Wednesday, if that was the way the CPI number came in, and it did; though there's no doubt we view price levels higher than "massaged" data being officially reported today. Here...
Activity somewhat mimicked Tuesday . . . as first efforts at gains disappeared, while stocks of course again came back a little bit later as prices continue to range superficially at what appears to many to simply be action taking place...
Is the market thumbing its nose at reality? In a fundamental sense, yes; in a technical sense, no; and from a seasonal sense, this goes on mostly as it should for all the enumerated reasons, that the Daily Briefing has outlined. At the...
Efforts to fill a "gap" . . . left from Tuesday's close to Wednesday's opening, dominated market action about as much as more basic pursuits, such as preventing a breakdown below support, at the margin even including the late 125 point Dow...
Proximity concerns . . . dominated our analysis of Monday's labored "heaviness" in most all the major stock market Averages, as very much we've been noting unfinished downside business; a large chunk of which was subsequently addressed...

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