- I would like to put the speculation to rest. Daisy has never even been in Jackson, Michigan!
- Despite the green seas, the financials still "feel" as if they're under distribution. It's early (and it could change) but they're relatively soft.
- On a 21-day S&P chart (SPX index GIP 21 on Bloomie), there's a very defined trend channel from the August 6th lows. The top end is currently sitting at 1010 while the bottom end is floating around the G-Spot (S&P 1000).
- Did you know that Berger was in Swingers?
- Wait, the stronger dollar is good for stocks too?
- They're finally fixing my air conditioner....just in time for September.
- That SOX 400 buy signal was powerful signal and will act as support on a re-test.
- If you're looking to fade (read: sell) this rally, S&P 1010 is a natural stop level.
- Nose hair is nasty but ear hair is nastier.
- Heading into September, the box score reads as follows: Boo 2, Hoofy 3, Sammy 2, TBA 1
- The retailers are starting to sprout pimples (red spots). That's not to be confused with acne (breakouts).
- Fleck, Succo and I might have to talk Boo off the ledge if he's gonna join us for tonight's bear, er, roundtable.
- Donkeys kill more people annually than plane crashes.
- Breakouts are a two-sided sword. Either they work and it seems obvious in hindsight (SOX) or they're false and catch everyone leaning the wrong way.
- The plastic things on the end of shoelaces are called aglets.
- I'm watching Bank of America (BAC:NYSE) and it trades heavy. Still, the overall market breadth hangs tough.
- Gas futures are up 8%.
- Redundant thought: If a Viagra gets caught in your throat, do you get a stiff neck?
- Just for old times sake, let's put one leg in the bear costume (25% conviction on the short side) with a tight S&P 1010 stop.
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