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Old 04-21-2011, 10:08 PM   #161
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I must be having a wonderful dream about the market again this evening! Don't wake me up any time soon...
Ruh-roh...
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Old 04-22-2011, 05:05 AM   #162
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Ditto. With 3 months until ER, I don't want anything ugly to upset the psyche.
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Last week it looked like there could be a correction.

But earnings are buoying the market so far.
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Old 04-23-2011, 12:04 PM   #164
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I must be having a wonderful dream about the market again this evening! Don't wake me up any time soon...
I know, it's great isn't it. I just got back after a 2 day out of town trip with visiting family and on returning, found that I have more money than before I went away
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I know, it's great isn't it. I just got back after a 2 day out of town trip with visiting family and on returning, found that I have more money than before I went away
These things too will pass.

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Just allow me this one moment to cherish
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I know, it's great isn't it. I just got back after a 2 day out of town trip with visiting family and on returning, found that I have more money than before I went away
Isn't that a great feeling? And in a longer term, my nestegg has increased by 4 years' expenses during the past year, plus what I spent too since I was retired the whole year. Unbelievable! Not due to trading but just due to the market. I want to remember this feeling so it will see me through the next time the market drops.

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Well I just read Sy Harding's weekly commentary and if all these points are accurate then it is pretty surprising how correlated things are today relative to one year ago today.

I've been wondering when the xyz will hit the fan. We're just a little above the prior high level for the year when the earthquake and tsunami struck. We seem to be bouncing off that ceiling, we don't seem to move much higher tho we can run up to it when we drop down. I expect we'll see a pull back soon but who knows for sure.

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