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The post title is best when drawled in Gomer’s thick southern accent. (e.g. “Surprise, surprise, surprise!”)
I realize Gomer Pyle was way before the time of much of my reading audience, but for the last few weeks I’ve been hearing him in my head as not only NFTRH, but now the wider financial media get on the idea that things are not as bad as had been generally perceived going into the hype fest known as Brexit. Most recently, a writer who always keeps an even keel, Chris Ciovacco, has summarized the situation nicely (as posted at Biiwii).
First off, a tip-of-the-hat to criticism: I gave the first draft of my screenplay to a professional script reader a couple of weeks ago. He thought the story was marvelous but the execution was severely flawed. Sensitive soul that I am, I was tempted for a few moments to just forget the whole thing (since the odds of a first screenplay ever seeing the light of day are just about ZERO), but I decided to do what he said and write up a treatment for a second draft. I just finished, and holy Lord, it’s about ten times better than the first. So I’m very excited about where this is going. You’ll laugh. You’ll cry. You’ll remember you read about it first on Slope.
Back to charts………..the miners (GDX) broke their channel this week, and I think juniors could be next. Keep a close eye on that lower channel trendline!