The screen is green. I can't believe it, I just bought an airline stock. I swore that would never happen. But I am bearish on oil and I like the
And, get this, with a green screen you can buy stuff like
I bought some more
which, by the way, is correlated entirely to the
! I guess that underwriting business is wagging that dog!
Oh yeah, and lowly worm
, what's with that
character? We are taking a little of a stock that we sold in the high 70s less than a fortnight ago.
Beware, you will hear talk of a new bull market because of these two back-to-back up days. That's the kind of things technicians just love. Give them their due.
We in the NDX have just experienced a frightening maelstrom. Those in the
The Perfect Storm
Into Thin Air
. They deserve more than two days worth of fun.
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