Keep Screaming Quantitative Easing! ~ The Risk Averse Alert

Friday, October 01, 2010

Keep Screaming Quantitative Easing!

It's possible yesterday's CME fail marked the beginning of the end...

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Or (as is thought more likely) levitation might persist for some days further...


This week's increased volume among large caps raises odds a turn is near. And all the screaming for more "quantitative easing" reveals stocks, indeed, are vulnerable to imploding.

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