No changes this week. TZA offsetting the dumb QID short ... expect to reverse QID soon enough, we'll see.
First 50 tracks generated by the Pandora algo.
- Tanita Tikaram – Good Tradition
- Dido – Hunter
- Norah Jones – Come Away With Me
- Katie Todd – Leave
- Tanita Tikaram – Valentine Heart
- Suzanne Vega – Gypsy
- Norah Jones – Broken
- Edie Brickell & New Bohemians – Circle
- The Cranberries – Pretty
- Tanita Tikaram – Love Is Just A Word
- Natalie Imbruglia – Torn
- Enya – Only Time [thumbs down]
- Sonya Kitchell – Train
- Tanita Tikaram – All Things To You
- Adele – Make You Feel My Love (Live)
- Dido – Here With Me
- Suzanne Vega – Marlene On The Wall
- Elaine K. – Soft Skin
- Norah Jones – Wake Me Up
- 10,000 Maniacs – These Are Days
- Sarah McLachlan – Adia [easy listening quality to this one]
- Dido – I’m No Angel
- Tracy Chapman – Almost
- Holly Cole – Alison [covering Elvis dangerous]
- Julee Cruise – Falling [Twin Peaks theme song?]
- Etta James – At Last
- Norah Jones – What Am I To You?
- Tanita Tikaram – My Love
- Norah Jones – Be Here To Love Me
- Thea Gilmore – Have You Heard
- Dido – Sand In My Shoes
- Tanita Tikaram – Play Me Again
- The Cranberries – Dreams
- 10,000 Maniacs – More Than This [not Natalie singing]
- Tori Amos – Sorta Fairytale [anodyne, thumbs down]
- Tanita Tikaram – One Kiss
- Norah Jones – Nightingale
- Dido – White Flag [top 40 hit?]
- Edie Brickell & New Bohemians – Nothing [another hit]
- Tanita Tikaram – Wonderful Shadow
- Norah Jones – The Long Way Home
- Julee Cruise – Floating [more Twin Peaks sounding stuff]
- Natalie Imbruglia – Leave Me Alone [one hit wonder with Torn]
- The Cardigans – 03:45 No Sleep
- Dido – Life For Rent
- Suzanne Vega – Straight Lines
- Cary Brothers – Ride
- Sting – Fields Of Gold
- Norah Jones – Humble Me
- Jennie Devoe – Don’t Forget To Breathe
TRIP popped at 12:33 PM ... not sure if the scanner would have picked up on it, but it surely would have seen 12:37 PM.
As I've said time and again the one minute chart is not particularly useful for seeing where you could realistically enter and place stops, you need a tick chart for that, and my buddy @HCPG kindly provided me with two ten tick charts below:
You can see that it would have been tough (for the scanner) to spot between 12:32 and 12:37 ...
It's during the 12:37 bar that activity really picks up and it would be sounding multiple alarms ... even with a "bad" entry of $79 (better at $78) things would have worked out into the close, risk versus reward worthwhile (said with the benefit of hindsight).
StockTwits stream, usual suspects NewsHedge_Squawk and OpenOutcrier ... Moench first to notice at 12:34 which gives me hope that the scanner would have bleeped, beating the pack.
Finally got over to this place, not sure how long it has been open, months maybe? It's near Hooters ... I had to ask directions at Gung Ho Pizza since I was walking down the shady side of the building; a kind waiter at Gung Ho actually *walked* me over to Tribe, which was great service!
I sat downstairs, in a spot that had a bit of an air con draft, but that was my fault. There was an upstairs with some cozy tables for two, but I was dining solo. Ever since it was discovered that I'm not the spoiled son of a Chinese-American medical doctor, my dating pool has shrunk dramatically.
Place has a crunchy granola vibe, must be some California thing they're imitating. There's a chain called Wagas, and a local place called Moka Bros., which are tapping into the same thing... ya know, light wood, chalk boards, healthful food ("grain bowls"), waitstaff in black t-shirts.
The whip-handed foreign boss was on site, which pleased me. I believe he is an American though he was speaking Chinese to his workers. He also had the good sense, given his balding pattern, to keep his hair very short and some designer stubble on face. The staff seemed happy.
Nice design element on the kitchen door, a slot in the shape of the Tribe 'T' logo ... those are the thoughtful touches I look for. Waitress was friendly (they all are, with *me*) and appeared to have that rarest of all things among Chinese girls: a shapely ass. Food came out in good time, not too quick, not too slow, just as Goldi likes it.
My Twitter buddy @murdochsj recommended the lamb meatball sandwich, but they were out. So I got a chicken tandoori salad wrap (68 kuai, US$10.95) instead. I also got some beet hummus (48 kuai, US$7.73), an Australian beer "Pure Blonde?" (38 kuai, US$6.12), and a carrot cake doughnut (25 kuai, US$4.03) for dessert.
My wrap was too dry. The filling to wrap ratio wasn't right. The filling itself wasn't bad, there just wasn't enough of it given the amount and dryness of the wrap. I like the idea of healthful food, but it has to be expertly done, and this fell short. Of course I'm an American pig and prefer things that drip.
The hummus was a lovely color (from the beets) and it tasted good, but the texture was too smooth for me, too goy. Nothing compares with the hummus I ate during my year in Lebanon as a UN "peacekeeper." And the hummus didn't sit with me very well, not sure why, just a brief moment bouncing along the scooter later where I thought, "hmmm." They crisped and salted some cut-up wrap to scoop the hummus with... I had to ask for a second helping of the crisped wrap (no charge) to finish the bowl of hummus -- again a ratio problem.
They nuked the carrot cake doughnut (those are coconut flakes on top), which was nice and warm and the electromagnetic radiation negated its vegan quality (I hope).
Grand total 179 kuai, US$28.83, so it ain't cheap. They were doing good business on a Tuesday lunchtime, so the rising middle class in China is not suffering from price shock. Take credit cards, quick with fapiao.
Cross currents as I take a net loss and now short the Q's and get long small caps ... recipe for losing money no doubt, but I follow the model without any independent thought.
First 50 tracks generated by the Pandora algo:
- Pitbull -- Feel This Moment
- Enur -- Calabria 2008
- David Guetta -- Crank It Up
- Enrique Iglesias -- I Like It
- Pitbull -- Hey Baby (Drop It To The Floor)
- Flo Rida -- Whistle
- Nina Sky -- Move Ya Body
- Kat Deluna -- Whine Up
- Mark Ronson -- Uptown Funk (feat. Bruno Mars)
- Pitbull -- Bon, Bon
- Don Omar & Lucenzo -- Danza Kuduro
- DJ Snake & Lil Jon -- Turn Down For What
- Enrique Iglesias -- Bailanda (English Version)
- Pitbull -- Give Me Everything
- Sean Paul -- Temperature
- Jennifer Lopez -- Dance Again
- Usher -- Scream
- Robin Thicke -- Blurred Lines
- will.i.am -- Scream & Shout
- Black Eyed Peas -- The Time (Dirty Bit)
- Flo Rida -- Low
- Havana Brown -- We Run The Night
- Jason DeRulo -- Talk Dirty
- Usher -- DJ Got Us Fallin' In Love
- Far East Movement -- Like A G6
- Prince Royce -- Back It Up (feat. Pitbull)
- Flo Rida -- Wild Ones
- Sean Paul -- (When You Gonna) Give It Up To Me
- David Guetta -- Sexy Chick
- Usher -- More
- LMFAO -- Party Rock Anthem
- Flo Rida -- Right Round
- Enrique Iglesias -- Bailando (Spansih version)
- Enur -- Calabria 2007 (MIMS Remix)
- Jennifer Lopez -- Live It Up
- David Guetta -- Titanium
- Usher -- Yeah!
- Sean Paul -- We Be Burnin'
- Enrique Iglesias -- Tonight (I'm Fornicating With You) [SUBTLE!]
- LMFAO -- Sexy And I Know It
- Macklemore & Ryan Lewis -- Thrift Shop
- Sean Paul -- Get Busy
- Pitbull -- I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho)
- David Guetta -- Where Them Girls At
- Jeremih -- Tonight Belongs to U! (feat. Flo Rida)
- Rihanna -- We Found Love
- Pitbull -- Shake Senora
- Nelly -- Just A Dream
- Jeremih -- Down On Me
- Ying Yang Twins -- Shake
From the latest 10-K:
"During 2014, we generated revenues of $206.6 million and recorded a net loss of $48.4 million. Of the $206.6 million in revenues, 92% consisted of transaction revenues with the remaining 8% derived primarily from the sale of data and consulting services to the automotive and financial services industries.
Autodata estimates that in 2014, OEMs spent $46 billion in incentives to induce consumers to purchase their vehicles. This is an increase of nearly 15% over 2013. Incentive spending now represents approximately 9% of industry transaction revenues.
Revenues consist of fees paid by dealers participating in the Company’s dealer network with which the Company has an agreement (“TrueCar Certified Dealers” or “Dealers”). TrueCar Certified Dealers pay the Company fees either on a per-vehicle basis for sales to Auto Buying Program users or in the form of a subscription arrangement.
The Company recognizes revenue for fee arrangements based on a per-vehicle basis when the vehicle sale has occurred between the Auto Buying Program user and the Dealer. Under the contractual terms and conditions of arrangements with its network of participating TrueCar Certified Dealers, the dealer is required to pay the Company upon the sale of a vehicle to an Auto Buying Program user that has been provided to the dealer by the Company. Recognition of revenue from the sale is not contingent upon verification or acceptance of the transaction by the dealer.
Upon a user deciding to proceed with the user’s vehicle purchase through the Company, the user provides his or her name, address, e-mail, and a phone number during the process of obtaining a Guaranteed Savings Certificate, which gives the Company the identity and source of a TrueCar introduction provided to a specific dealer prior to an actual sale occurring. After a sale occurs, the Company receives information regarding the sale, including the identity of the purchaser, via the Dealer Management System used by the dealer that made the sale. The Company also receives information regarding vehicle sales from a variety of data sources, including third party car sales aggregators, car dealer networks, and other publicly available sources (collectively, “sales data”) and uses this sales data to further verify that a sale has occurred between an Auto Buying Program user and a TrueCar Certified Dealer, as well as a means to invoice the Dealer shortly after the completion of the sales transaction. Actual vehicle sales data is reported on a daily basis shortly following the date of sale.
The Company also recognizes revenue from dealers under subscription agreements. Subscription fee arrangements are short-term in nature with terms ranging from one to three months and are cancellable by the dealer or the Company at any time.
Subscription arrangements fall into three types: flat rate subscriptions, subscriptions subject to downward adjustment based on a minimum number of vehicle sales (“guaranteed sales”), and subscriptions subject to downward adjustment based on a minimum number of introductions (“guaranteed introductions”).
Under flat rate subscription arrangements, fees are charged at a monthly flat rate regardless of the number of sales made to users of the Company’s platform by the dealer. For flat rate subscription arrangements, the Company recognizes the fees as revenue over the subscription period on a straight line basis which corresponds to the period that the Company is providing the dealer access to the Auto Buying Program.
Under guaranteed sales subscription arrangements, fees are charged based on the number of guaranteed sales multiplied by a fixed amount per vehicle. To the extent that the actual number of vehicles sold by the dealers to users of the Company’s platform is less than the number of guaranteed sales, the Company provides a credit to the dealer. To the extent that the actual number of vehicles sold exceeds the number of guaranteed sales, the Company is not entitled to any additional fees.
Under guaranteed introductions subscription arrangements, fees are charged based on a periodically-updated formula that considers, among other things, the introductions anticipated to be provided to the dealer. To the extent that the number of actual introductions is less than the number of guaranteed introductions, the Company provides a credit to the dealer. To the extent that the actual number of introductions provided exceeds the number guaranteed, the Company is not entitled to any additional fees.
For guaranteed sales and guaranteed introductions subscription arrangements, the Company recognizes revenue based on the lesser of (i) the actual number of sales generated or introductions delivered through the Auto Buying Program during the subscription period multiplied by the contracted price-per-sale/introduction or (ii) the straight-line of the subscription fee over the period over which the services are delivered."
Would like to see a revenue breakdown on the per-vehicle auto buying program versus subscriptions, and a further revenue breakdown among the three types of subscriptions.
Taking yet another loss in the gold ... should post chart of all my wrong moves in this since it topped back in 2011.
Ippudo is a chain noodle restaurant out of Japan, I guess. I think there are two branches in Beijing, one in the Kerry Center and one in Oriental Plaza, I visited the latter. There are lots of chain noodle restaurants around (Mian Ai Mian, Ajisen, Kang Shifu, etc.) but Ippudo is a little more upscale than those.
They pull out your chair for you and give you a glass of water immediately. I went a little after the end of the lunch hour, so it was fairly empty and service was quick and friendly. Seats feel a bit low to me but I'm larger than the average Japanese. I got the "Special Sapporo Miso" (RMB58, US$9.35), a small serving of extra noodles (Kae-dama) (RMB3, US$0.48), a small mug of Asahi draft beer (RMB30, US$4.84), and caramel pudding for dessert (RMB16, US$2.58) (a bit of sweetie at the end of every meal is the law).
Chicken broth was garlicky (which I liked), but way way too salty. Could be a plot to make people order more mugs of beer (I resisted). Noodles were al dente, the way they should be. Caramel pudding was cold and came in a cute little jar that was tough to clean out (a barbarian might employ the digit usually reserved for nose picking to do this). I could hear an exhaust fan somewhere and they had some frantic jazzish music going, maybe to encourage diners not to linger.
Paying nine bucks for a bowl of chain store ramen means you're a sucker. But it's well lit and appears to be clean and gives you that homogenized, globalized, mall-based corporate blah restaurant feel that induces the anomie (am I in Santa Monica or Beijing?) which we all love. And it was better than the other places I mentioned above; of course it should be for the price bump.
You pay on the way out. No service charge, they take credit cards and were quick with shousi fapiao. Grand total, RMB107 (US$17.25).
Saw this one awhile back, foggy memory ... Llewyn Davis grew a giant beard and shaved his head and plays a Zuckerbergian character ("Bluebook" founder, not to be confused with Facebook) who is building stunning cyber ladies in the wilds of Norway ... for some very good reason he has given his robot ladies great tits and asses, except for the main lovely, played by hapa beauty Sonoya Mizuno who is flat chested and can't dance (apparently she's a ballerina in real life but she can't tear up a dance floor like little Llewyn Davis). Programmer genius hard liquor drinker weight lifter (he's complicated, see?) ... wire rim glasses give him solid geek cred.
There's some other nerdy white kid involved, doesn't wear glasses but he's able to reprogram sophisticated home security systems on the fly. "Did you profile my porn searches?" Can AI achieve consciousness blah blah blah, damn boyz, see-through Ava has a perfectly shaped chest and lookit dat ass! Fly away young Ava, fly away. A solid entry for the slick but dumb file.
First 50 tracks generated by Pandora's algo:
- Ernestine Anderson -- As Long As I Live
- Barbara Morrison -- I'm Just A Lucky So And So
- Ella Fitzgerald -- Bewitched
- Nancy Wilson -- Someone To Watch Over Me
- Ernestine Anderson -- Just One More Chance
- Julie London -- Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye
- Sarah Vaughan -- Misty [her version is best of all]
- Nancy Wilson -- As Time Goes By
- Ella Fitzgerald -- I Ain't Got Nothin' But The Blues
- Anita O'Day -- We'll Be Together Again
- Ernestine Anderson -- Poor Butterfly [love her voice and style]
- Charlie Haden -- Ill Wind [sounds like Norah Jones? Haden on saxophone]
- Nancy Wilson -- On Green Dolphin Street
- Sarah Vaughan -- Honeysuckle Rose (Live)
- Ernestine Anderson -- Mad About The Boy
- Heather Rigdon -- Young And Naive [another young blonde I've never heard of]
- Ella Fitzgerald -- They Can't Take That Away From Me
- Blossom Dearie -- Manhattan [love this version, tempo is key]
- Ernestine Anderson -- Day Dream
- Lorez Alexandria -- It Might As Well Be Spring [never heard of her, but solid]
- Barbara Morrison -- Save Your Love For Me [like her]
- Joe Sample & Lalah Hathaway -- For All We Know [not thrilled, heavy orchestration]
- Sarah Vaughan -- I Didn't Know What Time It It Was
- Randy Crawford & Joe Sample -- Every Day I Have The Blues
- Ernestine Anderson -- Old Folks
- Ernestine Anderson -- Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams
- Ella Fitzgerald -- Isn't It A Pity
- Billie Holiday -- Come Rain Or Come Shine
- Maxine Sullivan -- I Didn't Know About You
- Shirley Horn -- Foolin' Myself
- Ernestine Anderson -- Never Make Your Move Too Soon
- Nancy Wilson -- When Sunny Gets Blue
- Sarah Vaughan -- Say It Isn't So
- Sherry Petta -- Wouldn't It Be Lovely
- Laura Fygi -- It's Crazy
- Michelle Zangara -- Under A Blanket Of Blue
- Louis Armstrong & Oscar Peterson -- I Was Doing All Right
- Kevin Mahogany -- You Better Know It
- Ernestine Anderson -- Ill Wind
- Count Basie -- Lonesome Blues (Live)
- Sarah Vaughan -- That Old Black Magic
- Rebecca Kilgore -- Tulip Or Turnip
- Carmen McRae -- I'm Glad There Is You
- Ella Fitzgerald -- Get Out Of Town
- Ernestine Anderson -- Heat Wave
- Sarah Gazarek -- Give Me That Smile (Live)
- Champian Fulton -- I Can't Face The Music
- Tommy Flanagan Trio -- Medley: Some Other Spring / Easy Living
- Jimmy Scott -- The Talk Of The Town
- Veronica Nunn -- Where Or When
All the airlines (AAL, DAL, etc.) popped at the same time Monday afternoon ... assume scanner would have chirped in time ... great risk reward into the close assuming you were a fast boy and got in within that minute ... look at the tick chart to see realistic entry and stop placement, can't see this on the one minute. Seat capacity quote must have appeared on Bloomberg terminal first; there's a reason people pay $1,800 a month for it. $9.99 data feed guys the sucker fish who just latch on.
StockTwits stream at the time ... no one with access to a Bloomberg terminal, it appears? Umm, holy cow, huh, whoa, what happened?
Several reversals this week, the most notable of which is China, a long-held long. Will my exit prove brilliant in hindsight or just another shakeout, time will tell.
A shame I didn't have scanner running since I'm not sure it would have beeped at the 14:00 bar ... entry below $68.56 makes sense .. would have been good risk reward carried into end of day. Getting positioned short in two minutes following outside bar would have been the dream move.
Nothing at StockTwits until 14:04 when optionsaddict mentioned "69 call collapsed" and 14:05 when NewsHedge_Squawk noted drop.
146,000 shares in the 13:10 bar, not sure how many ticks in there before it got halted... even the reopen at $200 (low of re-open bar $192.22) made it possible to make some money, would have taken some skillful entry and initial stop placement.
I never watched Star Trek and have never seen any of the movies ... not really interested in much sci-fi or fantasy (this is why I don't watch Game of Thrones) ... but I vaguely know who "Sulu" is ... interesting bits about the internment camps ... George Takei is kind of an interesting guy, a good champion for gay rights ... he's become a fussy little old gay man (see him as a young man in pic below) with a nagging, zhlubby Jewish? partner ... they make a strange and sort of terrible couple, but that's love, I guess.
Again, didn't have scanner running but this should have popped up during lunch hour ... ding ding, wake up and take a look, old man. Crap risk reward if held into the close but it was ahead 30% at one point, so.... if day trading were easy everyone would have wavy thick hair like mine.
First 100 tracks generated by Pandora's algo ... bit of a mystery why Etta Jones is relatively unknown?
- Etta Jones -- Solitude
- Etta James -- Fool That I Am
- Nancy Wilson -- Teach Me Tonight
- Ray Charles -- Georgia On My Mind
- Etta Jones -- Nature Boy [i do like her style/sound]
- Louis Armstrong -- I Wonder
- Billie Holiday -- Fine And Mellow (Live)
- Otis Redding -- I've Been Loving You Too Long (To Stop Now)
- Mose Allison -- You Won't Let Me Go
- Etta Jones -- Don't Go To Strangers
- Billie Holiday -- Stormy Weather
- Shirley Horn -- Fever
- Nat King Cole -- Unforgettable
- Etta Jones -- Old Folks
- Billie Holiday -- All Of Me
- Aretha Franklin -- (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman (Mono Single Version)
- John Coltrane -- Say It (Over And Over Again)
- Ray Charles & The COunt Basie Orchestra -- Georgia On My Mind
- Dinah Washington – Crazy He Calls Me
- Ernestine Anderson – What A Difference A Day Made [she’s good]
- Etta James – The Man I Love
- Ella Fitzgerald – I Get A Kick Out Of You
- Etta Jones – I’ll Be There
- Ray Charles – Georgia On My Mind (1960)
- Etta James – These Foolish Things (Remind Me Of You)
- Beryl Booker – Someone To Watch Over Me
- Louis Armstrong – A Kiss To Build A Dream On
- Etta Jones – Love Walked In
- Ben Webster (Billie Holiday) – Do Nothin’ Till You Hear From Me
- Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong – Dream A Little Dream Of Me
- Dinah Washington – There’ll Be Some Changes Made
- Billie Holiday – You Go To My Head
- Beth Hart and Joe Bonamassa – Your Heart Is As Black As Night
- Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong – The Nearness Of You
- Ray Brown Trio – Poor Butterfly (feat. Etta Jones)
- Madeleine Peyroux – Smile
- Etta Jones – If I Had You
- Billie Holiday – Blue Moon
- Nina Simone – Feeling Good
- Otis Redding – Stand By Me
- Ella Fitzgerald – Summertime
- Billie Holiday – Until The Real Thing Comes Along
- Etta Jones – Blw Top Blues
- Ray Charles – Georgia On My Mind (1955)
- Blossom Dearie – Someone To Watch Over Me
- Nina Simone – My Baby Just Cares For Me
- Bill Withers – Ain’t No Sunshine
- Ben E. King – Stand By Me
- Ben Webster – When I Fall In Love
- Bille Holiday – The Very Thought Of You
- Etta Jones – Since I Fell For You
- Sarah Vaughan – They Can’t Take That Away From Me
- Ella Fitzgerald – Guilty
- Etta James – I Just Want To Make Love To You
- Maxine Sullivan – S’posin’
- Etta Jones – Someday My Prince Will Come
- Billie Holiday – Come Rain Or Shine
- Nina Simone – Exactly Like You [great piano playing from Nina]
- Etta James – All I Could Do Was Cry
- Ella Fitzgerald – Love You Madly
- Dinah Washington – Is You Or Is You Ain’t My Baby
- Billie Holiday – Loveless Love
- Diana Krall – I’m Just A Lucky So And So [boring white Canadian deserves a thumbs down]
- Pearl Bailey – Old Man, You Been Gone Too Long
- Etta Jones – Just Friends
- Dinah Washington – Embraceable You
- Sarah Vaughan – I’ve Got The World On A String
- Nat King Cole – Stardust
- Pearl Bailey – Frankie And Johnny
- Melody Gardot – Your Heart Is As Black As Night [blonde youngster, better than Krall]
- Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong – Don’t Be That Way
- Etta James – Stormy Weather
- Nina Simone – I Loves You Porgy
- Anita O’Day – Memories of You
- Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong – Tenderly
- Etta Jones – Mean To Me
- Louis Jordan – Is You Or Is You Ain’t My Baby
- Ray Charles – Georgia On My Mind (Live LA 9/20/64) [heard this one enough]
- Dinah Washington – After You’ve Gone
- Billie Holiday – Jim
- Etta Jones – Blues To End All Blues
- Carmen McRae – Exactly Like You
- Doris Day – It Had To Be You
- Etta James – Trust In Me
- Etta Jones – Salty Papa Blues
- Billie Holiday – I Can’t Face The Music
- Nat King Cole – When I Fall In Love
- Rosemary Clooney – Good Morning Heartache
- Etta Jones – Canadian Sunset
- Ella Fitzgerald – Isn’t It Romantic
- Nina Simone – I Put A Spell On You
- Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong – Love Is Here To Stay
- Etta James – I’d Rather Go Blind [great live version with rowdy crowd]
- John Coltrane – Like Someone In Love
- Ella Fitzgerald – I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart
- Nancy Wilson – Call It Stormy Monday
- Billie Holiday – Do Nothing ‘Til You Hear From Me [algo repeating itself]
- Georgie Auld – Taking A Chance On Love
- Etta Jones – How Deep Is The Ocean
- Dianne Reeves – The Nearness Of You / Misty