Archive for October, 2019

California burns and market catches fire…

Posted on Oct 29, 2019 by .

0 The prospect of being turned into a crispy critter takes priority over the market as California experiences climate roasting.  If the fire doesn’t get you the disappearance of electricity should finish you off.  But don’t worry about it.  Global warming is clearly a hoax made up by the Chinese as our Trump keeps […]

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Greased pig markets…

Posted on Oct 16, 2019 by .

0 Every athlete has experienced the nightmare match–before you can get your sweatbands on your opponent has run the score on you and is already up one or two games in a three of five match.  And worse your game is snake-bit.  Nothing works.  And there is no way to stop the damage.  It just […]

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Downside gap and runaway prices cause us to flatten our accounts…

Posted on Oct 02, 2019 by .

0 The downside gap and 500 Dow point fall cause us to virtually flatten our positions, and go to the bleachers.  While you can almost never predict what will happen next, you can say that the present is so unpleasant that you change your posture to sitting on the sidelines and waiting patiently for a […]

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Prices teeter on edge of support….

Posted on Oct 01, 2019 by .

0 The rectangle that formed in August offered an obvious interpretation (uncertainty and contest) — and the breakout in early September appeared a clear buying invitation. Now the breakout wave has turned down and prices are right on the edge of support.  Extensive penetration here would cancel the signal created by the breakout.  Remember the […]

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