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Tuesday, April 27, 2010


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I particularly found John McCain's comparison of Goldman Sachs with a Regional Bank to be quite jaw-dropping. And this man was running for President with Phil "Commodity Futures Modernization Act of 2000" Enron-Gramm as his economic advisor???

You've got be kidding me.
Great political "theater" for sure!


Word has it that Hochberg has thrown in the towel on the "Triangle", and that if 1170 SPX remains intact, we are simply working on "C" of an expanded flat.
Sounds like EWI is cautious about another leg up.
Any truth to that Yelnick?


Michael, I will post on Hochberg shortly.


today was an eventful selloff. as much as I'd like to see more downside, the bias is now bullish


well hardly a peep on this board given the way this market traded today. I'm just looking to break even with my current position at this point, unfortunately i decided to front run what could have been a profitable sell signal. While i'm completely open to the idea of going long when i get a quality buy signal - a long term top here would truly be sweet, the bullphoric contagion has even infected Tim Knight. When he does a post on buying and holding for the long term, well I love his blog but that is the stuff long term tops are made out of. (Not that he is actually bullish of course).

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It's great to hear from you and see what you've been up to. This blog makes me realize the energy of words and pictures. Keep coming up with ideas.

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