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A 'pause to refresh' . .
Hello Mr. Watson, is that you? Judging by the evaporation (speculated as potentially occurring here for a couple days before the Nortel (NT) led implosion), you'd almost think the world was in an abandonment mood regarding all the new...
Was the 'time bomb' defused? Partially; which is about all one can say about the kind of day in fact starting precisely as negatively as suggested, particularly in the wake of the IBM (IBM) post-close report Tuesday, which we thought would...
Panicky peddling pummeled prices persistently . . . only after thecollective capitulation we discussed in the preceding couple sessions failed in the first couple small efforts to rebound. It's also a market that broke key levels in the...
Downside follow-through . . . was viewed suspiciously enough to compel a reversal of what in fact was a homerun short-sale, as we anticipated a fairly serious effort to turn the market back up on Wednesday.
Emphasizing the bear-trap risks . . . as we work through the 3rd Quarter's final week, we have spent virtually every day not just focusing on base hits (per the assumptions about alternating or very short-lived market moves during the...
Finessing the area of a bottom . . . even if it only turns into a trading-basis move, was what we have said all week; with some greater emphasis on a soft morning followed by strong afternoon, a focal point of Wednesday's sometimes...
Projected corrective action . . . for September's first half was our call, as you know; and it may not be over (too choppy to say that, though getting potentially close), although allowing interim interruptions in the downside, in harmony...
Holiday returning 'blues' . . . are oversimplification for the market heaviness (earlier) this week, so far, but are not surprising to readers of this site, who were forewarned not to get giddy or too greedy, given that everything we...
Holiday returning 'blues' . . . are oversimplification for the market heaviness (earlier) this week, so far, but are not surprising to readers of this site, who were forewarned not to get giddy or too greedy, given that everything we...

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