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Is it a coincidence that the banks and metal equities, two seemingly dissimilar sectors, are both trading at the same technical junction?

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  • Is a pullback to S&P 1460-after yesterday's failure at BKX 116-and a subsequent rally into a Blackstone IPO top too easy?

  • Is Under Armour the next-gen Nike?

  • Or does that honor belong to nouveau-retro Adidas (from whom I recently bought a slew of new Sambas)?

  • Will last night's Texas Instruments guidance shave continue the trend of lower highs in the SOX index?

  • With all eyes on Apple, is anyone watching Google acne support at $513?

  • If both of these mater beta plays fail, will that dent overall market psychology?

  • Thomas Edison founded General Electric?

  • Was yesterday's laggy market breadth a strong tell that the tape wasn't fully recovered?

  • Why can't I stop singing Remedy this morning?

  • Is it a coincidence that the banks and metal equities, two seemingly dissimilar sectors, are both trading at the same technical junction?

  • Or is it indicative of a highly correlated, interwoven marketplace?

  • Will you remember that brokerage earnings are "rear-view" and the stock market is forward looking?

  • With large broker-dealers cutting the hedge fund rug, will that sword swing both ways?

  • Does the term structure in Yahoo! options suggest that the internet giant is a takeout candidate?

  • Is anyone else excited for The Exchange and MV Kids to roll out?

  • Was Journey the only winner on Sunday night's Soprano's finale?

  • Is it a coincidence that the market started slipping at the same time as Paris and Lindsay publicly did the same?

  • Greenspan is speaking at 12:30 EST in NYC?

  • I wonder how much he's getting paid?

  • Do you think he'll donate some of that money into the pockets of the poor shluffs who followed his advice and swapped into adjustable rate mortgages?


R.P.

No positions in stocks mentioned.

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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