Seems like a long-side window of opportunity to us. This market trades off of Big Bad Events, and we don't have another BBE until Friday's PPI/retail sales.
piece about BBE? People stay on the sidelines until a potential BBE, like the one this morning, is finished. Now that it has passed, the opportunity to dabble on the long side can't be debated. It has to be pursued. Forget those
data numbers. What matters is that the freeze is over, and money goes to work.
Good signs I am seeing:
blows up, and the damage is contained to the disk-drive sector and hasn't infected the rest of the personal computer stocks. The
boss resigns and the stock goes up!
, a real hurting pup, is going up.
You have to like what you see.
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