Trapped on Mount Toilet Paper ~ The Risk Averse Alert

Monday, September 05, 2011

Trapped on Mount Toilet Paper

Temperature at the core of the euro-zone casino is leaping to dangerous levels...


Two days straight in free fall has the German DAX suffered. No sign of a pulse today following a weekend to think about what's at stake in the EMU. Last week's conclusion carries forward to the new: dead, dead, toilet paper.

Knocked down, on sale and still no bidders. Only the more today does a long trade appear woefully trapped. Furthered, then, is prospect for wave (3) of C, hard down, on this side of the trans-Atlantic over weeks ahead.

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