One honestly should not be able to put down a straight arrow and cross every single trading day. No market should be that regular. No market should be that predictable, unless you’re talking about a passbook savings account. However………….
Retail continues to perform nicely for the one bear left on this entire planet. Chico’s, for instance – – purveyor of threads to women of a certain age – – is the gift that keeps on giving.
Every morning of the year, 365 times in a row, my first thought when I wake up is: what should I write about? Sometimes it’s easy, sometimes it’s hard, and sometimes I’ve got plenty of posts in the hopper and I don’t even need to bother. But this morning, facing the ninety-second day in a row of everything up a tenth of percent, I seriously can’t squeeze anything out to say about this confounded boring market we’re in. So, screw it, I’ll talk about something that happened yesterday that has nothing to do with this idiotic “market” we’ve been given.
Here’s the topic:
Based on what I saw during my visit last night, Disneyland’s newest ride is the Leap Over an Opioid Addict attraction just outside the park. They were all white males around thirty years old or so, sprawled out on the ground. At least it was more engaging than the boring Monsters Inc. ride inside the park itself.
But that’s not why we’re here. It’s a Sunday morning, and I’m out of posts (except for one waiting in the wings for the appropriate afternoon), so I’ll cobble one together. It isn’t easy, though. See, here’s what a normal market looks like: