So far so good. Now we are getting the whoosh down rain storm with no George Clooney to save you from drowning. (My fave ER episode.)
We are now redeploying the capital into the best names in tech. Right here, into the pain of the failed opening, which is classic and right.
Remember, margined players will get whacked if it doesn't turn here, so there is no reason to commit a huge amount, but how can we not buy the
after that great quarter? How can we not use the sell-off to get into the good ones?
We are letting the panic work for us.
It is in abundance.
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