So what's the market thinking? Couple of things, mostly positive. It's near the end of the quarter and business is pretty strong.
tells us that. We haven't had that many preannouncements, and we now have the
move out of the way.
That's let people feel they can get a little bigger in the stocks they love. We actually
up 10 today. We think the Net is back, and we want good Net stocks ahead of what we think will be good quarters. We traded some
. We think the
thing was wrong.
When the hoteliers of America are allowed to get in a hotel room and fix prices will be the day that they repeal the Sherman Antitrust Act. It ain't ever gonna happen.
Finally, we like anything semi, as that will be the group that gets most "marked up" at the end of the quarter.
We are actually rooting for these stocks to come back in because they held in so well after last week's debacle. Oh yeah, we bought more
, which is killing Todd Harrison, our Oracle head trader.
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