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Once upon a time, there was a young woman who was constantly nagged by her mother-in-law.

 

Eventually the young woman could no longer stand this aggravation and went to the local herbalist for some poison to kill the old woman.

 

After some thought, the herbalist gave her a heavily-scented potion. He told her this potion should be massaged into the skin daily, and after six weeks, her mother-in-law would die.

 

The young woman did as instructed. Each day she gave her mother-in-law a massage with the potion. Gradually the old woman's angry temper seemed to disappear, and empathy grew between the two women. After awhile, they started to understand and respect each other.

 

The young woman began to regret her desire to kill her mother-in-law, and as time ran out, she became increasingly worried.

 

She returned to the herbalist and begged for an antidote to the poison.

 

The wise old man smiled and explained that no medicinal antidote was needed. The poison she had been massaging into the old woman's skin was simply a mixture of aromatic oils.

 

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From The Mountain:

 

The power of touch, don't underestimate it. We often seek the exotic, only to find the answer was in our hands all along.

 

From MountainWings.com ? The Daily Inspirational Email

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Just a reminder that the other message board will be shut down for posting on December 7. We will finally be reunified in one place. Make sure you are registered on this board. All users previously registered on the old Intraday Stool board are registered here. You simply need to log in once and a cookie will be set on your computer so that you don't need to log in thereafter. If you are not registered, please do so. If you have forgotten your password, use the lost password link on the log-in screeen. The board will send you a new one which you can then use to go to "My Controls" and reset your password.

 

Have fun! Many tanks to all for your patience.

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Interesting charts today in Stoolwethers

 

Uncle Buck and the Golden Stool are up in the Anals. Posted daily at 7:15 AM.

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I think these comments for nervous bears on the Tech stocks are worth reading, these are my opinions fwiw:

 

1. We all know that 4th quarter of EVERY year is seasonally the strongest for Tech spending

 

2. IT budgets that were laying somewhat dormant going into q4 of this year are spent up by the IT managers by years end, otherwise they lose the $$.

 

3. Q1 03 will turn into practically a "shut down" in business orders across the board, with only a few exceptions.

 

4. QQQ and NAS DUCK will be re-priced swiftly and properly as this becomes reality.

 

5. The smart $$ is already out.

 

Disclosure, I am as of last night 100% positioned at 200% short the Q's... there may be 1-2 days of upside left with Intel, Cisco, Nokia conferences... but my guess is any "good" news will be sold... beginning the corrective leg down towards 25.90 on the Q's...

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A few more quick Bear takes

 

There is one big AIR POCKET to be filled on the NDX (QQQ) to about 970 ish... closed at 1120 yesterday. Y'all can do the math there

NDX Chart

 

Also ,the "good" CTXS news this morning, keep in mind... they are in q4, They will tail off in q1, and even with the good news... the revenues are still 20% below last year.

 

Uh- Huh...

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The Sew-Pig or s-peeeee has rubbed its lipstick

off on the neckline. This Bear mk rally has sucked in

all it can suck. there are many gaps below,ie airpockets

 

The tinder is dry all we need is a spark.

 

Waiting for the implosion to new lows!

 

The GRIZZLY IS COMING OUT OF HIBERNATION!

 

Katie leave the door open or I will tear it down

and eat you alive.......................

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The only way this pig can punch through 950 is if it "backs-and-fills" first, the rally that is underneath it is Wonder Bread loaded with some many gaps and air pockets that when it pulls back to "back-and-fill" its going to be a full out panic/collapse right through the Oct lows.

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Rising final version of this bearish wedge should end today folks... also, see the AIR POCKET to 1300 on the NAS... its coming and it will come fast.

 

IMHO of course... I could be wrong... heh heh

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Doc just wants to say, I really love you guys!

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Interesting stat from VectorVest's Market Timing Index (MTI) which has been pegged above the unusually high 1.6 level for three days now.

 

The longest consecutive days above 1.6 is 6 days, shortest 3 days. In every case afterwhich the market always headed down the crapper and never looked back.

 

Dates MTI over 1.6

 

1/31/2001

5/22/2001

12/7/2001

1/4/2002

12/2/2002

 

I like these odds, especially since my e-wave guy (and SG) see the wave 2© rally complete as of yesterday and Doc cycles way overdue.

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In the truth is stranger than fiction file.

 

robert frolick on crapvison this am.

 

Always bullish All The Time! When he Capitulates

 

I will help him out....

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