Quick and Dirty Coming Clean ~ The Risk Averse Alert

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Quick and Dirty Coming Clean

As it stands right now, developments from last Thursday's peak to today's close appear strikingly similar to developments from last Thursday's peak to Friday's close...

Already knowing Monday's results this similarity might appear the more interesting. However, let's go with possibility the high and low for the week already are in. Volatility evidently is increasing, as there simply are not enough Dick Boves claiming banks are "dirt cheap" and too many Reggie Middletons preparing the more sentient for the Cyprus template on a trans-Atlantic scale, so there should be plenty of pressure placed on the hopelessly insolvent to step up, as well as vexing questions whether there are enough ball bearings in the world to stop Lizzy from submitting a bill in the U.S. Senate to reinstate Glass-Steagall (the "coincidence" of the more or less simultaneous "fire" at the JFK library is just too compelling to ignore methinks).

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