Some recriminations, some bumming out, some "why bother?" Some "why didn't we wait until the last half hour to buy?" second-guessing.
But, in truth, we think the short-term despair is just too great vs. the earnings. The wild card: a desperately needed (for the bulls) slow set of numbers.
If we get them, we think we have a big up day. If we don't. Well, we've got some ammo on the sidelines to commit.
And we will.
Random musings: Waiting for the
wireless deal. Talk about pressure.
trading down and then back up a bit after the quarter. Need to hear the conference call.
CFO leaves to go to
? Oh man, he must be a frying pan/fire kinda guy.
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