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Are investors being 'lured' into the markets . . . in the wake of a colossal move up from the lows of September; or is this really a market anticipating the post-recession conditions? Or, to what extent are favorable results being worked-...
A secondary reaction . . . will create a lot of nervousness, especially when the drop commenced (as expected) upon 'confirmation' of an upside breakout, and more so in a climate where there's hardly an iota of immediate earnings...
Prior to Wednesday's 'explosion' . . . which merely 'confirmed' the breakouts of so many weeks ago in the key technology sectors, as we had continuously pointed-out, we had described Tuesday as the "week's best chance for a rally", after...
The ripple effects of the market's technical status . . . had much more to do with a very heavy and forlorn tone to Wednesday's action, than did corporate news such as Enron's (ENE), frequently being cited by analysts as a 'reason' for...
An increasingly aggressive attitude . . . among analysts and strategists, was seen here as most likely sort of preparing the way for a short-term 'harvest of optimism', which at least preliminarily seems to be trying to get underway over...
Relief and exuberance . . . have characterized this week's market, as Wednesday in fact again delivered the projected pattern, which included the idea of a 'second rally' a bit less euphoric than Wednesday's first one. We have emphasized...
Is everybody looking for a top . . . if even on a short-term basis? Or, is the idea that we won't drop because 'everyone' thinks we will, actually an excess of double-think? I have focused on the most recent 'punch-up' as running-in those...
Impressive thinking . . . on the part of Treasury (maybe with some Fed input too, we suspect), as the termination of 30-year T-Bond offerings is extraordinarily (ultimately) more significant than realized by superficial financial press...
Techs continue dominating the action . . . as heightened domestic tensions show no tendency to reduce their impact on the broader economic conditions. Wednesday we got the most recent Beige (Tan) Book Report from the Fed, showing slowing U...
'The future of the world is at stake' . . . are not words of hyperbole from a network known for sensationalism, or an effort to elicit more anxiety from American citizens. In fact they were the words of the President of the United States,...

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