value investing

Struggling retailer popped more than 80% Wednesday morning on good earnings.
It is nice to see some new names in double-net land.
This correction is structurally, rather than fundamentally driven.
Take off the wristband and rip up the ticket that got you in. It's no longer valid.
But you have to be very careful not to chase and not to get greedy.
Europe and Japan should be at the top of the bargain-hunter's list.
Maybe inverse and/or leveraged positions are perverse in nature.
The inverse VIX exchange-traded note should never have existed in the first place.
Markets need to come to terms with excesses from time to time; this is natural.
Once the dip buying starts it becomes self-reinforcing.

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