Is this day more nauseating or less nauseating than yesterday? Is this shakeout more difficult or less difficult than the nasty April unraveling?
decline today seems a tad more chilling than the previous ones. It bounced off of 3400 just now, which was a relief. I guess.
We have been reluctant to buy even our round of 5,000s until we get some sort of bounce. You contrarians out there can say, "Hmm, that's Cramer panicking," but actually, I am in the capital-preservation mode. We have bought all we want with oil roaring and the
call still fresh in our minds.
We are in no hurry to do anything, other than watch the
game. Jeff points out that if
is bad and the Knicks lose, the sun won't come up tomorrow.
I think he may be a little too negative. The sun won't come up if the
Cisco is bad.
That's for certain.
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