Who's afraid of a little Snow?
- "If I ever lose my mind, I hope that an honest person finds it and puts it in the Lost & Found" - George Carlin
- Treasury Secretary Snow--who has been laughing in the face of mounting evidence--today came out and said that the world economy "appears to be slowing." That statement, which hit the tape around high noon, coincided with the pause in Snapper's cause. I don't "think" that his omniscient observation, in and of itself, will turn the tape lower (although the media will certainly assign it as a reason to the crimson rhyme).
- Minyan summer camp, er, the Minyan Mountain Minglefest is less than a week away. I'll be making my way to the 'Butte tomorrow and getting the critters hydrated for their big shindig. The professors are jacked--particularly Dr. Dots and Plots Rich Gula--and I'm certain that this will pave the way to many happy returns. Daisy has been putting together a superb gift bag and every man, woman, child and critter attending this year's festivities has a lot to look forward to!
- The combination of the NASDAQ trendline, constructive stochastics and newbie cubs (shorts) continues to set the stage for a possible Snapper. It may (or may not) happen today but if we can hold these levels and the weekend is quiet, the potential for a counter-trend bounce is certainly there.
- Royale w/ Cheese.
- The greenback is givin' some greenback (on the heels of the massive trade deficit) and has dropped through both the 50- and 200-day moving averages. DXY 88--there now--is decent support.
- If the coming election was a movie, it would be No Way Out.
- And NASDAQ 5000 was a good buying opportunity.
- My dirty little secret is getting out!
- I'm already hearing the arguments that fundies are getting cheap on a P/E basis. Two caveats: The "E" can still fall and, even if it doesn't, the multiples can continue to contract.
- Fokker Kahn. Fokker Kahn!
- The biowrecks have hiccuped 2% lower.
- Stagflation or deflation? Tell me how fluid Elmer's hose will be in the years ahead and I'll answer the question.
- If you're ONLY reading the Randoms--and yes, I'm talking to you--you're missing some of the very best content in the 'Ville.
- Gold is probing $400 resistance on the heels of the sloppy dollar.
- A horse is a horse, of course of course...
- Team Minyan is busy preparing the Minyanville chocolate bars for Smoresfest USA.
- Intel (INTC:NASD) has been down for nine straight days.
- Randoms from the 'Butte?
- There's nothing wrong with a little pizza on our time.
- Did you really think I'd leave ya hangin' on the Randoms?
- Daisy isn't invited to the Minyan BBQ at the Reamers for obvious reasons. Why do I get the sense that Tony Dwyer will be MIA all of a sudden.
- RIP Julia Child.
- I'm out next week and the content may be a bit laggy as the professors make their way to the 'Butte. Thanks kindly (in advance) for your understanding and fare ye well through August expiration!
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