- The reversal coincided with the Iraqi captures. Sounds silly, I know, but in an anxious market (laden with negative gamma), a spark can ignite a fire.
- The bidding war for PeopleSoft (PSFT:Nasdaq) is surely giving tech sentiment a boost.
- Frank the Tank or Mugatu? You make the call.
- The S&P has already taken out the exhaustion high (June 6). The NDX still has a bit to go.
- The S&P breadth, while improving, is still 3:2 negative.
- The futes are quite vacuumy. What futes?
- Congratulations to the worlds newest Mini-Minyan, No'e Pertoso from Geneva, Switzerland.
- There's a huge difference between being adaptive and trading reactive.
- The brokers, homies and bios are either resting before a continued sprint or telling us that this leg of the rally is in the late innings.
- How long before Abby Joe starts hittin' the tube?
- There's talk in Minyanville of an udder woman.
- Morgan Stanley's CFO said on the conference call that the "economic outlook is far from clear."
- There are surely sell-side stops above S&P 1015 (yesterday's high).
- How tight is your grip on the handlebars?
- Leave him alone -- Fokker loves the footsies.
- You ass. It's U.S.! (think "The Toy")
- 16.1% and dropping fast...
- Look at how the DRG hugs that 350 level.
- Can you imagine the music Biggie Smalls and Tupac would have released by now?
- I'm hearing the Dead (sans Jerry) is lightin' it up (so to speak).
- Bull trap?
- Brian Reynolds just walked in all smiles. Imagine that!
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