Planning to Shop for Winn-Dixie

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From

nothing to talk about -- to plenty to talk about.

First, the World Series. Bottom of the ninth, Rivera on the mound, the Yanks with a lead ... and they lose? Hats off to the Diamondbacks. Damn them!

Second, I most definitely do not look like

Luis Gonzalez, as many of you have mentioned. Pancho Gonzalez, maybe. But definitely not Luis.

Finally, the market. Many don't feel the market should be going up. Heck, I don't feel the market should be going up. But if you're a trader, don't ever confuse what you think

should

happen with what actually

is

happening. If the market wants to go up, then your job isn't to argue. It's to get long. Simple as that.

Today, the

Nasdaq

,

Western Digital

(WDC) - Get Report

,

Texas Instruments

(TXN) - Get Report

,

PetsMart

(PETM)

,

Winn-Dixie

(WIN) - Get Report

,

Taro Pharmaceutical

(TARO) - Get Report

and

Aspen Technology

(AZPN) - Get Report

.

And that is it from Yankee Stadium, where I'd keep Tino, boot Brosius, get rid of Knobby and put No. 21 on the coaching staff ASAP!

Gary B. Smith is a freelance writer who trades for his own account from his Maryland home using technical analysis. At time of publication, he held no positions in any securities mentioned in this column, although holdings can change at any time. Under no circumstances does the information in this column represent a recommendation to buy or sell stocks. Smith writes a daily technical analysis column for RealMoney.com and produces a daily premium product for TheStreet.com called

The Chartman's Top Stocks. While he cannot provide investment advice or recommendations, he invites you to send your feedback to

Gary B. Smith.