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Anticipatory bearishness is a losing approach even when we do have conditions like this.
After-hours trading is not for most people.
The news flow is ripe for some selling.
Let's see if these two investment approaches can produce a unified strategy.
With prices down some $70 from their zenith what do the charts look like now?
The atmosphere now is very different than it was in 1999-2000 but the similarity we need to study is the level of bullish conviction that exists.
Let's pay it another visit.
Remember last week's Italian-inspired market meltdown? Neither do I.
There are many reasons to be positive about U.S. banks -- and I'm trading them.
Buyers have had so much success buying weak opens that they hardly hesitate anymore.

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