10 Things You Need to Know for Tuesday

By Todd Harrison  FEB 19, 2013 10:21 AM

The coiled tape looks for resolution.


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

It's Turnaround Tuesday in the City of Critters as traders are fired up for an abbreviated four-session set.

The elongated requisite respite was well-received, if only as a facilitator of balance and an ambassador of quality time. For my part, that included a visit from my brother and nephew (dripping in Ravens championship gear), serious smiles from our three kids, and yet another bout with my herniated disks, which shoot intense pain down my right side.

Indeed, I plan to stop "drugs that mask the symptoms" (shots, MFR) and explore "medicine that cures the disease," even if that includes surgery. At 43, I'm too young to be in this much pain; I have too much to do, and a young family to do it with.

In any event, here are ten things you need to know as we start our week:

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Good luck today, and remember that profitability begins within.


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