Monthly Archives: February 2011

Godot is on the Horizon-Coming out of the Market’s Overbought Condition

The last time we commented on the internal condition of the market, we referred to Godot, Samuel Becket’s legendary character who the others  in Waiting for Godot are waiting for but who, in fact, never arrives.  Since that time, which … Continue reading

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Waiting For Godot

Few can deny the market has moved significantly to the upside and in is need of a rest.  By almost all technical measurements, the “market” has been overbought and could use a pullback.  There certainly has been multiple occasions recently … Continue reading

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Interview on BFM Malaysia 2011 Feb 7

Sunday night (EST) I was invited to provide some market commentary for BFM: The Business Radio Station. The interviewer called from Selangor, Malaysia. To hear the interview, go to BFM: The Business Radio Station. http://www.bfm.my/market-watch-070211-dodge-dorland.html or listen to the broadcast … Continue reading

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Interview on BFM Malaysia 2011 Jan 31

Last Sunday (EST) I was invited to provide some market commentary for BFM: The Business Radio Station.  The interviewer called from Selangor, Malaysia. To hear the interview, go to BFM: The Business Radio Station. http://www.bfm.my/market-watch-310111-dodge-dorland.html or listen to the broadcast … Continue reading

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