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  • The Fear of Snapper (turtlephobia?) is buoying the morning action.

  • I saw some pressing out of the gate and, truth be told, Boo would have preferred a higher opening.

  • I've placed (very) tight stops on all my day trading risk.

  • Will AMR (AMR:NYSE) prove to be the Citibank of the early 1990s?

  • Toaster French toast is overrated. Toasted pop tarts are underrated.

  • Watch the banks (and BKX 800) as an important psychological level.

  • Cisco (CSCO:Nasdaq) hasn't been rallying with the NDX futures. That's typically a sign of supply in the street (heavy) and if you're in the camp that it's an important tell today, it's worth a mention. With expiration looming next Friday, the 15 line (options) seems to be acting as a magnet. In the interest of full disclosure, I'm (actively) trading it today and point this out as an observation (not advice).

  • Hal E. Tosis and Candy Mintz would make a great couple!

  • The brokers turn green.

  • The breadth (thus far) is still skewed negative.

  • Our very own Casey cracked a rib helping her mom with an errand. Let's send her some Minyan well wishes!

  • Mind the opening gaps.

  • Emma looks great with a tan!

  • The consumers continue act relative dry (Coca-Cola (KO:NYSE)).

  • There is an inevitable (countertrend) rally due for the dollar. Will that boost equity sentiment? Don't know.

  • I've developed a newfound affinity for blueberries.

  • Arrogance is a pet peeve of mine. Don't gloaters piss you off?

  • The S&P has held 925 the last three sessions and, thus far, it's held again today.

  • EVERYBODY is conditioned to buy the dip.

  • Next week's expiry will likely exacerbate volatility (either way) as it approaches.

  • As a trader, if you're not in a position to buy dips/sell rallies, you're positioned to big.

  • Do MORE bears have to believe we're in a new bull market before a serious decline?

  • The buyers are always higher, the sellers are always lower.
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