What Waste Management Business Isn't Boring? ~ The Risk Averse Alert

Monday, August 05, 2013

What Waste Management Business Isn't Boring?

So far, so good is NASDAQ beating a path to another March 2000 moment...

Precisely the negative divergence we were expecting. Which is not to say more milk cannot be drawn. Three days into August and NASDAQ is crawling along a prior rising trend line's overhead resistance, just like occurred in 2011. Crawling on over coming days while muscles are flexed, sand is kicked and bravado exerted should do the trick making the unsuspecting even sleepier. Nor does it hurt having August holiday trading a useful excuse for activity raising wonder why they even bother...

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