Man, do they want out of the
Red Hots. They aren't even willing to let them bounce. And they aren't exactly making a case for
And now the traders are buying puts and trying to press it down. To me it is program selling and real buying. We committed money right here, betting that it is a shakeout.
We bought some
as well as
. We are going to buy 2500s of the Red Hot names that are down huge. If our usual Red Hot position is 10,000, we are putting on one-fourth of our position.
I am not as bullish as others in this room because I hate seeing the
up this much. That drags money from Red Hots to
Not what the Red Hots need and not much help for Cisco. But it is early and I like buying the stock that traders flipped out of this morning.
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