I have taken some time to finally comb through my old CD’s and get the good ones onto iTunes. In my travels I came across my old Bats CD’s and feel like I just reconnected with an old friend. I was surprised to find out they are still around and sounding as great as ever. Here’s the cutest little rock band of all time playing In the Subway.
I have been waiting the better part of a lifetime for this. I’m from Boston, love the Patriots and Red Sox and until today, like the Bruins well enough I guess. But now, I have some ghosts from the past to vanquish. Rangers and Bruins finally meet in the playoffs. Disclosure: I am not a NY sports fan at all. Absolutely hate the Jets, Giants and especially the Yankees. But somehow through a quirk of nature I became a life-long Ranger fan. LET’S GO RANGERS!!
What would you call this, punk? Hard rock? I am not sure, but it is fun to play because it’s big, dumb and loud. In honor of our hero:
“He’s a hero on TV… with zero right to be”
“It’s a hasty remedy…”
“Guys with alibis tellin’ lies”
“…this bullshit you’ve been fed”
Chris: Bass, Vocal, Jim: Rhythm guitar, Backing Voc, Gary: Lead & Rhythm guitar, Scott: Drums
Well, yes I do. There has been a blemish on my market trading record over the last 1.5 years and I do mind it. Dear talent scouts who avidly read this site (ha ha ha), please discover us. I don’t want to do this anymore.
Blemish by the Redeemers
Chris: Vox & Bass, Jim: Lead & Rhythm Guitar, Gary: Rhythm Guitar, Scott: drums
The mix is not finished, but I thought we could all use some rock music to end another fun week in the loony bin.
Have a good weekend.
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Here is a simply beautiful chart from NFTRH 227. It shows that the current rally, while stretched price-wise, may have more time before it rolls over for real.
Was this week’s down spike all the market needed to refuel for fresh upside? I am not nearly convinced, but we’ll know shortly. Here is a weekly chart we have been using that clearly shows uninterrupted higher highs and higher lows, which by definition have kept the bull in force since early 2009.
A decline to another ‘higher low’ would be the healthy thing for SPX to do, as it would purge the momo’s for a run to upside measured targets. Does the market care about healthy or is a Bernanke-fueled bubble about to foment?