Answers I'd Really Like to Know...
There was one?
- Will Elmer successfully stick his last landing and be hoisted on the shoulders of his FOMC teammates?
- Will Moody's and S&P have to create new letters to describe the vibe at General Motors?
- Are we gonna slither between S&P 1245 and 1270 into year-end and effectively frustrate everyone?
- If the dogs of the dow bow wow wow in 2006, is pharma an intuitive place to sniff around?
- If you dip a half-eaten chip in a different sauce, is it still considered double dippin'?
- Did you read Television's JeffMacke's excellent Disney vibe?
- Will you remember that the first move after a FOMC announcement is typically a head-fake?
- How cold is it?
- If crude tossed the leadership baton to the metals in Ojai, did they grab it back with a vengeance yesterday?
- Are you focusing too much on SPY and QQQQ and not paying attention to the rotation opportunities in the sectors?
- Are you spending too much time in the sector stuff and not looking for single stock situations?
- Are we going into Iran?
- Is it possible to intelligently offer both sides of the great debate without someone getting razzled?
- Why don't you just tell me the name of the movie you'd like to see?
- Do you know anyone who wants to intern in the city of critters?
- Will the all-star guitar pick up in pace as we edge to the end of this philanthropic race?
- Can animals eat clowns even if they taste funny?
- Why did the XAU "correction" seem so violent if we're right back where we were on Friday?
- Was the semiconductor action in the face of a fried Intel (-5% last week) a precursor to additional upside?
- And does that, in and of itself, bode well for the four-letter freaks into year-end?
- Would you like to set your network up with a gratis trial of the 'Ville into '06?
- Does anyone doubt that 2006 will feature the first 10% correction since 2003?
- Will we look back in five years and say "Dang, Newmont and Schlumberger really are the Microsoft and Citgroup of markets past?"
- Why can't we be friends, why can't we be friends?
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