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  • Billy Meehan--your Delta Tau Chi pledge name is...Fester!

  • A Minyan Marc missive.

  • Remember the scene in "Naked Gun" when Frank Dreben keeps screaming into the megaphone "There is nothing to see here! Please disperse!" to the crowd while a fire is visibly raging behind him?

  • Dueling is legal in Paraguay as long as both parties are registered blood donors.

  • As it stands, the NDX has filled yesterday's gap and failed at the downtrend resistance (from June 8th).

  • The Ramses brand condom is named after the Egyptian Pharaoh Ramses II who fathered over 160 children.

  • It's official! Newly tenured Professors Neal Dingmann and Greg Weldon will make their debut on Monday! Get ready to chew through some tremendous content

  • Sell homes, buy despair.

  • Enjoy while you chew.

  • Pop quiz--what do all of the financial implosions in the past ten years have in common?

  • The Philly Gold & Silver Index (XAU) is up nearly 3% and again testing the downtrend from the Mar / Jun tops. It's also touching its 50 dma (86.96).

  • Will investors circle the wagons in front of the weekend unknowns and will the Saudi hostage situation add to those fears?

  • I haven't watched Slap Shot in a long time.

  • Frustration on the grassy knoll.

  • An interesting dichotomy is evolving in the financial sector. The banks are trading with a bid and approaching resistance at BKX 98. The brokers, firm today but weak of late, are danglin' at/near the '04 lows. One of these groups will pull the other....

  • Mike Eruzione.

  • Watch the retail sector as they're laggy. If we slip into the weekend (geopolitical concerns exacerbated by the hostage situation), they could lead the bleed.

  • You just gotta believe.

  • "Dogs are idiots! Think about it Smithers, if I came to your house and started sniffing all over your crotch, what would you say?" --Mr. Burns

  • Trading with defined risk removes emotion.

  • Ugh--the kid is handling the sushi order. Lord have mercy on his soul.

  • The overbought condition has been largely worked off as a function of the slither.

  • If you register for the Minyan Mountainfest by the end of the day, Daisy will take you on a private hike on Mt. Crested Butte!

    R.P.
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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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