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Weekend Reading: And Going, And Going, And… at Trader’s Narrative





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energizer bunnyThis rally reminds me of the Energizer bunny. It just keeps going and going and…

The question everyone is asking is whether this is the real thing or just a really strong bear market rally.

For clues about which it will turn out to be check out these links from this weekend’s reading list at news.tradersnarrative.com:

  • Who’s Minding the Store at the Federal Reserve?
  • What does the most reliable indicator of long term market direction say now?
  • The SEC is unsalvageable
  • Yet more evidence we’re in a bear market rally
  • Breadth Measures Hitting Historical Highs
  • Comparing Bottoms: 1973, 1982 and 2009
  • The silence of the bears
  • U.S. Bond Market Stays One Step Ahead of Fed
  • Is Warren Buffett Brilliant or Lucky?
  • Who sez there’s “no free lunch”? Get a Free Subscription to Futures Magazine

Follow the link below to get much, much more:

weekend reading keeps going and going

And remember to check regularly since there are new links added everyday.

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2 Responses to “Weekend Reading: And Going, And Going, And…”  

  1. 1 blues

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    To all you who are bullish, what are you guys smoking? The green shoots “weed”?

  2. 2 Babak

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    blues, the only argument is the unemployment which the author admits is a lagging indicator. Or am I missing something?

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