Midday today a bunch of our brokers made calls to us saying that they expected massive redemptions by mutual funds tomorrow.
This strong close will bring out buyers, not sellers. The fact that we were able to have a rally and it was not met by margin selling (because that selling was
finished) bodes well. Not poorly.
In that last dip we put in a nice chunk of cash to round up to about 35% of our cash. In 1987, we failed to invest enough money in the crash and we always regretted it.
We won't regret this one.
Matt "I still work here don't I?" Jacobs
with a buy of
. Someone in my office just talked about going to new highs
. Oh man, how quickly we forget the pain. And what's with
? We like the
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