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Not much "green" seen. . . on this Saint Patrick's Day, as repeated declines were aborted by the press of equally frequent rally efforts. Fundamentals and technicals are little changed from views expressed in these Daily Briefings over the...
The "Three Faces of Eve" . . . replaced disturbing international developments or Fed worries as determinants mostly ignored by the market much of Wednesday, a day that projected to be a bit soft early, then basically an up-down-up session...
Hanging onto support by its fingernails . . . the stock market managed to climb back up from a very precarious position; though by no means has the market secured a good footing. You know what we think will impact the market from here;...
"A pototypical distribution. . . that sporadically (yesterday wasn't the first) blasts off into what appears to be bullish resolutions that are (for one reason or another) subsequently sold into by institutional money managers", was our...
Panicky peddling. . was not our expectation Tues. night when S&P premiums evaporated, and a big discount prevailed on the overnight Globex market. In fact, while recognizing that our seminal description of the Dell (DELL) story might...
Supply is overwhelming demand. . . not just in IPO's, like the permabulls are rationalizing, but with the huge long positions "hot panting" mutual fund or vociferous hedge managers apparently haven't in any meaningful way started...
Waiting for Godot . . . characterized much of Wednesday's price behavior ahead of Fedspeak. In fact that was the call, with our (900.933.GENE) tradinghotline suggesting the first thing we'd see Wednesday would be the gap-down market not...
Dramamine. . . after hours of midday see-saw action, was the most requested elixir Wednesday. Nevertheless, though it wasn't easy, we managed to pull successful trading out of this turmoil in each day this week, as we have in every trading...
Fed recognition of real "Wealth Effect" impacts. . . from the equity arena as increasingly key to our healthy economy going forward, was a perfectly realistic interpretation on the part of Allen Greenspan, which proves that last week's "...
Financial markets around the world . . . were in modest turmoil before Wednesday's Brazilian announcement that it's Central Bank President, Gustavo Franco, had resigned, and that a Real (their currenty) mini-band in which rangebound...

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