I’ve been kind of hung up on the price gap in oil at 73.25. Yesterday, as we had pushed close enough to that number for me to be satisfied, I did a post called “Close Enough“, where I specifically pointed to XOP and wrote “I suspect this one is going to suffer the quickest.” Here is XOP now, with an arrow marking the timestamp of yesterday’s post.
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I have 88 – – count ’em, 88 – – positions. All of them short, of course. One of my favorites, which I’ve mentioned so many times here, is EMB, the fund for emerging market bonds:
The head and shoulders pattern on the company is fantastic. Indeed, by traditional measured moves, the target price for OSTK is a negative number. So let’s just assume that, as battered as it already is (more than half the value destroyed already), it still has a ways to go.