Friday, August 20
Have a pleasant weekend, guys.
Posted at 17:40, GMT
The coil scanner picked up LEN. Lennar is a Florida-based homebuilder (if you didn't know) which some savvy weather watchers made a few bucks off of recently. Now she's pausing, so keep an eye on her.
LEN, 30-min. Chart
Posted at 9:48, GMT
Vanguard, in its paternalistic way, attempts to keep fools from rushing in.
Funds closed in the past eight months:
Posted at 9:08, GMT
Silver on Sale, by Doug Casey. Of course he's said the same thing for the last several decades.
Posted at 8:58, GMT
What happened to BugMeNot? It was one of the most useful extensions in Firefox, but it isn't working anymore, darn it. UPDATE: Their host dropped them. Time to find a Costa Rican host! Ken Layne explains why compulsory registration is a stupid pain in the ass.
Posted at 8:51, GMT
"The X-ACT(SM) algorithmic trading engines were developed by Merrill Lynch, leveraging extensive quantitative research and analysis of market microstructure and stock-specific behavior patterns. Strategies are continuously re-calibrated based on real-time market data, execution costs, and benchmark relative performance."
Posted at 8:31, GMT
Yesterday Crude Oil hit the final target of $48 which I wrote about on August 3rd. Projecting the end of impulse waves (like a wave 5) is kind of a fool's game... prices can overshoot, sometimes dramatically. Happily, we've let out the breath we were holding and have tightened our stops up.
Light Sweet Crude Oil futures, Hourly Chart
Posted at 8:19, GMT
Tone: Negative 88%
Posted at 7:28, GMT
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