Random Thoughts: Expiration Influences Push Markets Around

By Todd Harrison  NOV 15, 2012 12:00 PM

Observations from the front.



Editor's Note: Todd posts his vibes in real time each day on our Buzz & Banter.

Lots going on today—in the market, and life as a whole—so rather than produce some pithy prose in an attempt to sound smart, I’m borrowing some of the random vibes I’ve shared on today’s Buzz & Banter. 

Why, you ask, would someone subscribe to the Buzz if I cross over some of the content?  That’s easy: The Buzz, like financial markets, is in real-time, and it features a slew of human capital that can’t be found anywhere else.  But don’t take my word for it, take it for a spin on us.  Two weeks free—as in, free will!

In no particular order:

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