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The Fed has dampened the old-fashioned emotions of fear and greed, and traders must adjust.
It has painted itself into a corner on monetary policy and has lost credibility as a result. 
But you must be willing to do the weeks, maybe months of work it entails.
There's nothing in NAVI's short-term or long-term trends that provides optimism.
Odds have increased for a major breakout that could reach triple digits.
Taking gains could be in order during this extended period of frequent, narrow gyrations.
Recent signs of a deceleration in federal spending are discomforting.
The stock could provide a nice second-half run in a tough trading environment.
Buying BEN's shares could make you healthy, wealthy and wise.
The best strategy is to stay small and move slow.

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The Shanghai Comp gave in to some last minute volatility and closed down by 2.25 while the Hang Seng gave back...
Slight beat on top line, $0.07/share miss. On Best Ideas List (short)
And took a small loss in this trading rental (short).
Expectations were high and option premium extreme, so once that is extracted/imploded next day or so that shou...


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