Looking for positives now. Seeing some in the
and in the retailers.
Good signs for the market. The DOT-type secondaries worked so far -- that's also good news. That's buoying the whole group. We have to hope that the bankers don't get the wrong idea and start bringing out the canceled dot-coms.
It's a little surprising that the
PC call still has traction. Forgive me, but I am playing the other side of that one.
Meantime, I am shaking over this 30-year auction. I put in for $20 million on the bonds, upped it by $10 million, but that's still a small fraction of what I run, so don't get too excited. I know
Oh yeah, second good advance/decline day but not as positive as yesterday.
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