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Random Thoughts!

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Play like a Minyan today!

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  • Cheeseburger, cheeseburger, cheeseburger!

  • More chit chat on the three peaks and a Meehan head.

  • A respected technical service that shall remain nameless (rhymes with foul me!) issued a sell signal for "aggressive traders" when the 14-day stochastic fell below its 3-day moving average. They offer that this signsl is subject to "frequent whipsaws" and that it should be regarded as an early warning signal of a short-term market correction.

  • Virtual real estate.

  • Commodity cycles!

  • Elmer Fudge!

  • I've got a coupla columns resting in our pending file that will post later in the session. As for me, I'm getting ready to hop a flight to Rubyville and surprise the sprinkles out of my grandmother. In 20 years, I won't remember this expiration but I guarantee that I'll remember the look on her face when she sees me!

  • Chairman Greenspan's testimony today restated the critical points in the last FOMC statement: the economy is in good shape, while inflation and inflation expectations are "well anchored".

  • Why does Elmer & Co. discuss economic expansion and the dubious deficits as two separate topics when the former is a function of the latter?

  • Oh....my....Gawd!

  • "The recent economic contractions in Germany, Italy and Japan challenge the widespread perception that the world's major industrialized economies are able to shrug off high oil prices, and cast a shadow over their prospects in 2005." The Buzz & Ba......er, sorry. - Wall Street Journal, February 18, 2005

  • Antisocial Security.

  • This ain't your father's labor market recovery!

  • Bullish bears?

  • I think Elmer needs to spend a week in Vegas. OK, maybe just a weekend...a week is too long for anyone! (Pressure on that hard eight!)

  • Is Oakland the new hedge fund capital of the world?

  • Cashing in on currency.

  • Heat wave!

  • One of my greatest gifts from Minyanville is the friendships I've forged with people I greatly respect. Thank you JB for being my perpetual sixth man!

  • "February's cash level is near the record low of 3.5 percent logged in December 2003, showing that fund managers are near to being fully invested in the market, Bowers said"

  • Deficit fret.

  • X-box of rain


  • Have a good day, Minyans, and remember that discipline trumps conviction!


R.P.

No positions in stocks mentioned.

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 todd@minyanville.com.

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