- The Daily News is reporting that the Knicks will hire Mike Fratello as early as tonight.
- Friday is expiration and there are a ton of catalysts between now and then. May not be a bad punt (either way).
- We saw vanilla gorillas underneath bidding for stocks yesterday.
- Stock split spikes (Taser (TASR:NASD)), day traders fronting CNBC names, penny junk jumpin'...all we need now is Marty McFly!
- Try as I might, I don't sense that the panic phase has reached an apex. That might pave the way to higher levels--but it also may keep the short side light (and the tape vulnerable).
- Intel (INTC:NASD) is dancing with a triple top near 35. If (big if) it pops through, the technical types will start to drool.
- Watch the breadth as a lead tell today.
- You know that trade you missed where you left all that money on the table? GET OVER IT, go out with someone else.
- Oil shock.
- The dollar is higher today. Remember that "inverse correlation" thing we were talking about last week?
- We're deciding on critter voices. Some things are more fun than others. This is one of 'em.
- I'm not sure if Elmer "sees it" and is trying to jawbone or if he's really that out of touch. I'm not sure which is worse.
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