Weakness Hound Visits the Living Dead ~ The Risk Averse Alert

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Weakness Hound Visits the Living Dead

Speaking of fading leadership, here's more. Like NASDAQ, the creme de la creme driving a "new era" in wildcat finance—exponents of shadow banking, now "saved" with explicit sovereign backing—likewise find its underlying technical state precariously poised...

Oh boy. What's still positive is on the verge of diving to the negative. As is the case with every other index, either a save nominally stretching gains in the age of Confetti lies in store over this month's remainder, or the bottom just might fall out and rock the world tomorrow.

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