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As posted in Pre-Market today

 

Q's should see 25.50 ish soon, if not today, this morning etc.

 

A bounce to 26 to 26.10 ish...

 

A move to 24.25-24.50...

 

Im staying short this week...

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QQQ afterhours on friday I spotted a 1,600,000 share trade at 25.95 when the normal prints were going off at 26.50 or so. Trade occured at 4:17 PM. just 2 minutes after the normal 4:15 PM close for the major ETFs. Does anyone know what this means/indicates? Was it simply MM/brokerages squaring off or what? Am most curious.

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THat happens frequently with individual stocks also, it's usually a computer glitch or late trade report from the morning getting squared up...

 

A non issue anyhow... its clear what the trend is for this week I think... 25.95 is going to look expensive by weeks end...

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I think Undiedog had to go save a bull. We'll all have to look at Madonna for a while.

sweef, i missed this avatar.

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200 years, eh? Oh, well, at least we know what is likely to end the next big bull market. :)

 

Nice recovery in gold. Could it, might it?... Nahh, I don't think so - not this time - but one could dream, eh? ;)

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guten tag liebe stoolies!

 

gawd do i feel sick today, like fokker felt 2 weeks ago. :cry: :angry:

Ginger ale, jello, warm tea, and the very softest toilet paper you can find :blink: If it's what I had, it'll be over in about 24 hours. Mousey Dung took 36 to recover, but I'm a Canuck :grin:

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Frim todays WSJ ; What the bulls want for xmas: "What investors would like from the next Treasury secretary is a guy who makes the stock market go up -- and not just when he steps down. Paul O'Neill tried that, but stocks hardly responded because, of course, the gyrations of the market are out of one pol's control.

 

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