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Today definitely did no real damage to the intermediate-term trend.
Until the trend changes, continue to lean long.
The stage looks set to frustrate equity bears even more.
Fewer orders are being placed as wholesalers' inventories rise and sales fall.
At this rate, the S&P could hit 1700 by the end of the month!
The Fed is unlikely to curb quantitative-easing purchases this year.
Rounds of quantitative easing are the monetary equivalent of rocking a stuck car back and forth.
We see a lot of short squeezes as money rotates into laggard groups.
What would happen if bond vigilantes really did exist?