Still Time For Milking ~ The Risk Averse Alert

Monday, March 19, 2012

Still Time For Milking

Every minute still counts. And Apple is doing all it can to fill in for a confidence-thin banking system whose hopes just got a little thinner with Apple telegraphing they've nothing better to do with their billions. Which is not to say some large investor soon to receive a substantial dividend might not invest in some new, revolutionary product. Rather, that the banking system likely will suffer a major convulsion and, indeed, risk collapse before this new product ever hits the market. As Friday's update revealed, Apple's NASDAQ coattails are not at all long (as otherwise would be the case were hyperinflationary happiness for as far as the eye can see in fact restoring confidence broadly).

Which, all told, makes today but another day milking ol' Anabell. Now she very still could have more to give over coming weeks. Yet straight away she appears quite ready for a break.

NYSE McClellan

If time is on the market's side, then we could be a fourth and a fifth wave from oblivion. Despite the many negatives above, the way things are shaping up a few weeks or so pounding more nails into the market's coffin seems a perfectly reasonable outlook. That is as long as the Middle East doesn't blow up.

Fast Money
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