I’m not really inspired enough to do a big post or a video, so I’m going to wrap up the day with a couple of “one idea” post. Here’s the first of ’em.
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A good friend of mine sent me the ad below (he’s in the real estate business himself):
For those of you weekday-only Slopers, you might have missed my long, epic post from Saturday, but I encourage you to read it. Here is the trailer of the film I referenced in the post.
As many stocks as I trade, and as many positions as I have, one of the few stocks I have hardly ever touched in my life is Google. It’s odd, too, since I have a closer relationship to the company than most. My own startup, Prophet, was funded by the same fellow who gave Google their initial investment (Andy Bechtolsheim), and a lot of my friends have worked, or continue to work, at Google.
The stock chart itself has never really grabbed my attention; it’s sort of the blue chip of technology stocks, and today it is showing its colors well as it pushes to another lifetime high. (more…)
SPX was underneath some formidable trendline resistance on Friday, but broke it all on Friday morning. Most notable of the broken resistance trendlines was the trendline from the 2000 high, as I have been thinking of the pattern since then as the secular bear market pattern. Whether that’s right or not that trendline is now broken: