How sweet it is!
- How can humans horse around, breed like rabbits, eat like pigs, be sly as foxes, wise as owls and act like bulls in a china shop?
- For the week of September 5th, insider sales ($415 million) morphed insider buys ($1.5 million). The trend continues.
- The vanilla gorillas are picking up the pace of their purchases.
- General Electric (GE:NYSE) is trying to edge through its June highs.
- If you knew the day you'd die, would you live your life any differently?
- John Hughes wrote the entire Weird Science script in two days.
- The importance of technical perspective: Looking at a one year chart of International Business Machines (IBM:NYSE), 90 looks like a major breakout. If you view the five year IBM chart, however, 90 appears to be mongo resistance.
- The Raiders deserved to lose last night (too many penalties). Hats off to the Titans.
- Watch the biotechs as they percolate. BTK 491 is the 200-day moving average.
- I didn't mean any disrespect to the hunting Minyans out there!
- The volume is lagging today.
- How can strategists who remained bullish for the last five years still be considered right?
- Lappy--be like Nike and just do it!
- The proposed Fannie Mae (FNM:NYSE) "solution" sums up the electoral agenda.
- Curb Your Enthusiasm has started to grow on me (in a good way).
- I'm psyched that Jimmy Fallon has joined to support the Critters Choice Awards. The animated auction should begin tomorrow, Minyans, and the "pre-market" level of interest is lining up!
- Does your P&L dictate your mood?
- Why do they call it a "Street Fair." I'd be more inclined to go to a "Street Great."
- The financials, while green, seem to be laboring a bit. I'm keying on Bank of America (BAC:NYSE) and Citigroup (C:NYSE).
- After the initial requisite "pop," will the Bin Laden capture rally prove to be an awesome fade?
- The breadth (holding 2:1 positive), financials and S&P 1030 (NDX 1380) are my daily tells.
- Fokker in Vegas!
- If you don't give 110% in this business, you're at a natural disadvantage.
- The action, performance anxiety and momentum are weeding out the few remaining bears. While that'll feed on itself to the upside, it also increases the risk of downside air pockets.
- The VIX continues to drip towards adolescence.
- Anthony Michael Hall turned down roles in Pretty in Pink (Duckie) and Ferris Bueller's Day Off (Cameron) so he would not be typecast. Oops.
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