Yeah, like, I mean, I don't care.
I am focused on, hey,
. Or the
tonight. Or maybe the
staying above .500.
Sure we could use a better bond tape. And, yes, the market should have reacted better to that great productivity number. But as I have said many times during this bond bet, the long technician knives are out and they are saying that bonds will be slashed to 6% -- even though most of my tells say otherwise.
For what it is worth,
predicted a slower second half, which is entirely consistent with my bond thesis -- and the company's conservatism. But it still hasn't brought that stock down.
So, OK, I admit it. My sister told me, "Go ahead, admit you are nervous. You've admitted everything else on this site."
OK. I'm nervous.
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