If the thesis works, the
has to stop here. We are taking profits in our banks and our retailers (we owned
) and letting our
go. We are not deploying that capital yet, but when we do we will deploy into Matt "I-Am-Still-Alive-But-You-Dont-Know-It" Jacobs' names.
Threading the needle here, but we think the Dow can rally another 100 -- but many of the Dow stocks are at their strikes (Wal-Mart,
) or near them and will be capped.
I think many people were waiting for more capitulation in the
to occur, but I don't think it will because right now we are OUT of margin-clerk territory on the
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