People got pretty bearish over the weekend, I guess. Seems a little silly. We have stood there and bought this opening in its entirety. We are spec'ing on IBM's (IBM) - Get Report meeting tomorrow -- doing so usually works. We have bought 50,000 Cisco (CSCO) - Get Report from the Barron's bargain bin. And we took some Brocade (BRCD) on the weakness generated by Q Logic (QLGC) buying Ancor (ANCR) . (The latter is a competitor to Brocade.)

I guess we should be more scared. But we see nothing so horrible that it should wash away the whole move from Friday. Most of this down move, like its up move compadre last Friday, is done on no volume. Zilch. With the exception of our Cisco buys, we stopped the declines with buys of 5000 and 10,000 shares.

Bizarre. This is usually one of the biggest weeks of the year. Lots of deals. Lots of meetings. Lots of commentary. Maybe the market is taking its cue from the weather. My screens feel like August.

Weird.

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