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Random Thoughts


Damn trendline!


  • I'm a late linker--apologies--but this is the column that I was referring to in the last post.

  • Even a broken clock is right twice a day.

  • Yes, much of the corporate I.O.U's have been rolled out (to later maturities) but no matter how I slice it, I can't put a positive spin on the massive amounts of debt.

  • Living la vida Fokker.

  • There are two losers for every winner today.

  • The S&P is sitting on "a" trendline from the December 10 mini-low (1023ish).

  • No disrespect intended...but I'm surprised that Snapper has the most popular garb.

  • R-E-S-P-E-C-T, tell me what it means to me.

  • I live in the Roach motel.

  • "Politics is show business for ugly people" - Paul Begala

  • Yes, I'm a name dropper...but if you were in a room with the greatest sport legends of all time, wouldn't you want to tell someone?

  • It sure seems like a lot of our all-star guitar signees are on the same page. Gross!

  • Elmer hits the tape to tell us that there's nothing to worry about. Whew!

  • I'm not certain that we've seen the last of the panicky purchases. The risk to playing that, of course, is that a can of whoop ass can be opened at any time.

  • With the semis and software slippy, watch telecom closely. It'll tell us whether the red will spread.

  • 4th and 26. Incredible.

  • I hear that the Paris Hilton is completely booked.

  • If the Dow trades to 12,000 and then to 5,000, who's right--Hoofy or Boo?

  • L.T.B

  • Perhaps this is yet another head fake but, jeez Louise, the home builders have nasty action and fugly charts.

  • Europe is trading on either side of the flat line.

  • Congrats to Adam "Seymour" Heine (aka Lord Tush) and his wife Deb on the birth of their first child.

  • Professor Reamer and his beautiful family are all doing fine. He'll be back in the saddle shortly but, as many Minyans have inquired about Jackson, I wanted to letcha know.

  • How can a man who warned of irrational exuberance turn around and encourage another bubble?

  • There won't be any market concerns until the third dip doesn't hold.

  • There goes that trendline and we're seeing some stops elected. (read: sell orders set to a specific price limit).
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Todd Harrison is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Minyanville. Prior to his current role, Mr. Harrison was President and head trader at a $400 million dollar New York-based hedge fund. Todd welcomes your comments and/or feedback at

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