How To Slow Poach The Perfect Egg

I refuse to use a “Market Is Crashing” click bait headline.  Too much. These stroke inducing headlines have people sipping jello through a crazy straw this weekend.  Hilarious. I’m not downplaying the fact that the market does look like its crashing, but enough already. CNBC lives for two things. Fed day and big selloffs. Its […]

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Crash This

Stocks plummeted on global-growth fears for a second straight day Friday in a plunge that dragged the Dow industrials into correction territory. The Dow industrials lost 530.94 points, or 3.1%, to close at 16459.75, putting it in correction territory, as defined by a 10% decline from a recent high. The S&P 500 dropped 64.84 points, […]

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The Seven Year Itch

We have been all bulled up for seven years now and its probably not over unless you’re Tom McClellan who is calling for “THE” top between August 20-26.  Yes this August. The thing is that it just gets much harder at 2100 then 700. Shit moves around more dramatically and low market volumes accentuate this. […]

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Tough Market-Why Not Join Us Now?

  A solid U.S. jobs report for July pushed the Dow to a six-month low, as investors geared up for an increase in interest rates as soon as September. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell for the seventh session in a row—its longest losing streak since August 2011—declining 46.37 points, or 0.3%, to 17373.38. That […]

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Fed Noise, Get Used To It

Sometimes football coaches shut down their players for a championship game or a Super Bowl. Meaning no media. Play the game and just focus. No Twitter or FB, no nonsense, just concentrate on the task at hand. Right now the Fed heads love to talk as we approach September and a potential rate hike of […]

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Market Grinds Higher

It was an up week for Mr. Market. The SPX bounced right at its 200 day moving average. The Nasdaq bounced right at its 50 day moving averages.  The Russell over through  its 200 day ma on Tuesday by a bit, but then turned around and ripped.  The antiquated Dow is still below its 200 […]

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Foot Off The Pedal For Now

It was a bruiser of a week on Wall St. as we watched practically every sector closer lower and land in the red.  All of the indexes are looking messy and they are all, without exception, correcting. The Russell 2000 looks the worst. As I always say, an occasional flush-out is good every once in […]

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