It will be fun tomorrow to see if the analysts come out of their foxholes and push stocks. I am holding on to my
because that would be the kind of stock that gets pushed. No value added there.
. Lots of positive buzz tomorrow, I bet. Yep, one of the more time-honored cycles around the canyons of Wall Street is the dramatic "reiterate buy" that you get after the shelling has stopped. It is why I have let go very little of the trading stock I took in on Monday while I sat on my cell phone from the
tarmac. These "reitbuys" as we call them at
, always come at the worse time, after the market has been trashed.
That's okay. They are excellent to use to lighten up when you are a tad too long.
: Stay tuned ... AOL chat after the close.
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