Go back to sleep Collins!
- Meehan Spritzer
- Note that the Retail HOLDRs (RTH) are checking out the 50 dma (98.35) overhead.
Speaking of 50 dma overhead, throw INDU 10585.40, S&P 1187.90, NDX 1581.74, COMP 2111.89 and RTY 629.26 to that list as upside hurdles.
- If only Fokker's parents knew
- I guess Laurie was driving - hey at least it was Grolsch
- Hi Boz, I'd like to look at a multi-family house and the tape from that Monday night of Bo Jackson running you over. I think his sales would pick up if he grew out the Mohawk.
- Kentucky Tradition
- Natexis Bleichroeder's talented John Roque chimes in this morning with the following: "we don't like the action in the Transports (down 7% in '05) and we've noticed that the Financials (-3%) are underperforming the S&P 500. Underperformance in a strong market is forgivable, but underperformance for financials in a weak market will imply a more serious market corrective phase."
- Down the drain
- Meehan offered that they must have "no appreciation for just how difficult it is to wear high heels"...
- Perspective from Dilbert
- I started playing h-o-r-s-e with Jayson Williams in an effort to hone my skills
- In case you were snoozin', take a look at the vibes from Jason Goepfert from yesterday. And if you haven't looked at Sentimentader.com yet - well I just feel sorry for you.
- Thoughts from Freddie
- The Japanese Ministry of Finance said that foreign investors purchased Y15.26 trillion of Japanese equities and bonds in 2004, which was the most since the Ministry began reporting the statistics in 1981.
- Or you could just get a life so your kid doesn't become a geek too
- Sharp as a butter knife
- Always a place in the 'Ville for them
- For the week ended 1/12, AMG Data reported net equity inflows of $145 mln; Non-domestic fund inflows of $1.348 bln while domestic funds reported outflows of $1.203 bln. Domestic fund inflows were led by the $424 mln inflow into Equity Income funds which have reported net cash inflows (in excess of $1bln over the last two weeks).
Taxable bond funds had inflows of $480 mln with Treasury fund inflows of $196 mln and Investment grade corporate bond fund inflows of $179 mln; High Yield corporate bond fund outflows of $265 mln; Money market funds had outflows of $1.025 bln.
- Pocket protectors optional
- Can I make an order from off the menu selection? Yikes!
- Meehan has a call in for details - apparently his inaudible drunken yelling hasn't been getting the results he had hoped with the ladies
- Speaking of which, Meehan has now tossed back a 12 pack of beer, 2 strawberry wine coolers, and a blender's-worth of Margaritas (thus far). Killer just showed up with a funnel...
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