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A Sloper asked me a few days ago if it bothered me to have to wake up so early (I got up at 4:45 this morning). After all, the markets open at 6:30 a.m. My response was basically – – are you kidding me? I love my time zone! I get to be totally by myself for a few hours – just me and my dogs – and then my official work day is done at 1 in the afternoon!
So, greetings from pitch-dark Palo Alto where I’ll toss off a quick post about this honey, which I’ve mentioned countless times here, particularly recently: (more…)
There’s just nothing else to say – – the Emerging Markets Bond fund just keeps performing……even though the rest of the market seems utterly and completely unable to fall and stay down more than seven or eight seconds.
ACAD, practically the first symbol I mentioned this weekend out of my 88 positions………
Good morning, everyone. I got up extremely late (6:20 a.m.; I have no ideas why my dogs let me sleep in) so this is going to be super quick. I can just say this: it is such an absolute delight to wake up to this:
It’s nice to see one of my shorts, Pier One, get clobbered after hours.
Back on February 28th, I did this post about the triangle setup for Acadia Pharmaceuticals. Here’s what the chart looked like:
It’s really all we needed.
The Central Bank Bull Market ended on January 26, 2018. The new bear market began the same day. It seems almost impossible to believe, but it was only nine trading days ago that the NASDAQ, the last holdout, was at its highest level in human history.