No man's land. We sold some tech at the opening and now we are waiting.
We have taken off half of what we bought in the last half-hour on Ugly Friday. And we feel good that companies that said good things are still going higher.
We love the fact that we wish we had bought more on Friday. Shows that we got that right and it builds our confidence for the rest of the day.
Long day ahead, but so far the bears look like they overreached. One thing is certain, this is no Monday of October 1987. This seems more like that Tuesday when it held and turned. And Friday's action seems like the Monday of that year, as people sold to avoid Monday's selling.
We know it is early, but right now those folks on our
show who thought the market was headed down big might want to reassess.
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