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Listening problem

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Many times in the market people (myself included!) force decisions. A forced decision is a bad one because it offers the opportunity to second guess yourself in a big way..."I should have done more"..."why did I do anything"...etc.

Right now there is a lot of noise in the tape, the markets are in the twilight zone, and major news items are not having any discernable influence. In sum, the market is talking and saying it is oversold, but most of what I hear is whanh...whanh...whanh. Sounds like the teacher from Peanuts - not much I can learn when I am hearing that today.

As a result, I'll take today as the glass being half full because it didn't get hit on some bad news from geo-political spectrum and retailers. Have a great night and if you have any comments or suggestions, you can get me at tony@minyanville.com.
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