Here we are again: 3227 on the

Nasdaq Composite

, the low of that Monday in April. We thought we would revisit it and now we are here.

Whoops, we're here.

It just became the ceiling. It was the floor.

Ahhh, the old failed retest. Funny, how sections of the market are much improved since then: financials and foods, for example.

But tech. That's a different story. Tech is merciless. It seems bent on finding some new horrid level.

Can't be encouraging about that portion even as I go to bid for more

Boeing

(BA) - Get Report

.

Hiding in aerospace and cereals isn't fun. But it is much less torture than hiding in chips and Nets.

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