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Euro PMI Crashes the Party
Euro PMI Crashes the Party

02/21/13 - 11:15 AM EST

Yesterday's lack of afternoon buyers was certainly the exception rather than the rule in 2013. But it takes more than one burnt hand at the stove to stop the Pavlov dogs.

The Future Is So Bright I Gotta Wear Shades

Yes technically we are in an impressive breakout on the S&P 500 (and most indexes not named NASDAQ due to Apple), but we've begun to disassociate from most supports at this point.

Bad News Ignored, Good News Embraced
Bad News Ignored, Good News Embraced

01/17/13 - 02:25 PM EST

After the twin good news items today premarket there was a stinker at 10 AM in the Philly Fed. The S&P 500 came in but only very briefly and did not even fill the morning gap up.

8 of Past 11 Sessions Down, but Market Up

The S&P 500 has been down 8 of the past 11 sessions but is up over those 11 sessions as two of the three up days were massive moves.

Assess the Mess
Assess the Mess

12/21/12 - 11:02 AM EST

While there are shades of last summer's fiscal cliff in today's actions it is worthwhile to keep things in perspective.

December, Technically Speaking
December, Technically Speaking

12/13/12 - 01:11 PM EST

Immediately after the FOMC announcement the knee jerk reaction was "buy buy buy" which pushed the indexes (save NASDAQ) over those highs, but it did not last.

Short Term Bounce - Engaged
Short Term Bounce - Engaged

11/19/12 - 12:15 PM EST

It is funny how the news often fits the market, and what I mean by that is that comments out of government Friday morning set stocks off just at the point they needed to.

Yes, We're Oversold -- But Where's the Emotion?

I keep harping on this "emotion" aspect of the selloff - there has been really none to it, as the selling has been orderly if persistent.

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