Joe Battipaglia as Metaphor to a Bull Trap for the Ages ~ The Risk Averse Alert

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Joe Battipaglia as Metaphor to a Bull Trap for the Ages

With complacency amidst growing bankruptcy well-established, what else need be said? Technical weakness abounds. What awful thing lies ahead — ever the more appearing inescapable — today finds metaphor in the passing of a man...

Farewell Joey B: paragon of humility; of all talking heads, a well-tempered student of Y2k's New Era once it became the same old, same old reservoir filled with shattered dreams.

May the end of your legacy in financial lore be metaphor vindicating the bear you have taken to the grave: striking with the same, sudden ferocity, as surely deserves fearing despite scarcely a soul believing such horror even a remote possibility.

No doubt is today's A+ bid under the 30-year better seen lighting the way...

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