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Looming economic reports . . . contributed to the "buyer's strike" atmosphere on Wall Street in the final hour, which was marvelously easy to trade with respect to intraday S&P activity during Wed. late going.
The market environment . . . has included the projected swing-up into the high by July 16th and the ensuing sharp decline, which was not been expected to take-out the S&P 1340's until we got a normal rebound, which some might call a "B...
Quiescent Federal Reserve gradualism . .
Taking a breather . . . in the midst of a nominal Expiration week is fairly unusual; but since this was mostly a function of the Dow Industrials alone, more so than the rest of the market, it's still suspect on a daily basis. By that we...
Optimism ahead of Yahoo! . . . probably enhanced the late Wednesday market tone, though it's not something that impacted the futures, given the low premium at day's end. Now we'll see how it is responded to in the morning, particularly in...
Good evening: A neutral bias on the Fed's part . . . assisted in rewarding our bullish bias towards the market, which we have held for awhile on T-Bonds, and through this week with regard to equities. That's of course why we've been long...
Seesaw behavior . . . characterized Wednesday's alternating action, with the S&P low exactly that we looked for on the morning 900.933.GENE hotline call. Certainly all the woes and fears noted ongoing, and warranted in the last few...
Megalomania or common sense? Those are factors to consider when evaluating Thursday's testimony by Chairman Greenspan; especially the part that focused on the ability of modern day monetary authorities to intervene in ways that presumably...
Which Rx for this market tumble did you prefer? Was it the multi-month delayed downgrade of the PC outlook from a major firm on the Street (after we had warned the sector was topping in the first part of this year); the warning from the...
With Alice Rivlin unchained. . . from the Federal Reserve Board, one more "dove" has flown the coup of those inclined to believe the "this time is different" scenario regarding business cycles. A risk of inflation (versus deflation;...

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