So we never put all that money back to work and the
has now wiped out Tuesday's great gain. Worrisome.
Tuesday now feels like a short-covering rally, one worth getting, but not one worth sticking around.
For 24 hours we
kicked ourselves for selling. I will not even share the irritating email we got from people telling us how stupid we were to sell too early on Tuesday.
To which we say, call us when we see the whites -- or the reds -- of the eyes of Friday's lows and we will be as tempted to put money to work in the Nasdaq as we did that day.
We do like the cereal and bread stocks though.
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