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gaps filled s-p

better now than later.

emini/dow hit id double bottom targets. back below 1121/10050 and this was just garbage covering before yhoo/intc.

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ufb

 

3:08PM Commentary: 'Spiders' spring back from test of support (SPY) by Tomi Kilgore

NEW YORK (CBS.MW) -- The "Spiders" (SPY), a tracking stock for the S&P 500 Index, has sprung back from an early test of support to be down just 22 cents at $112.75, after being down as much as $1.03 earlier in the session. At the intraday low of $111.94, the "Spiders" had traded below the upside "gap" created on Oct. 1, when that day's intraday low ($112.21) failed to overlap the prior session's high ($111.98). Upside "gaps" remain support, however, until they are filled on a closing basis. When a charted instrument falls below support then snaps back strongly in intraday trading, it is referred to as a "spring," and is a fairly bullish short-term trading sign. Bears appeared to have been successful in breaking support, but instead were just being set up for an ambush by bulls.

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ufb

 

3:08PM Commentary: 'Spiders' spring back from test of support (SPY) by Tomi Kilgore

NEW YORK (CBS.MW) -- The "Spiders" (SPY), a tracking stock for the S&P 500 Index, has sprung back from an early test of support to be down just 22 cents at $112.75, after being down as much as $1.03 earlier in the session. At the intraday low of $111.94, the "Spiders" had traded below the upside "gap" created on Oct. 1, when that day's intraday low ($112.21) failed to overlap the prior session's high ($111.98). Upside "gaps" remain support, however, until they are filled on a closing basis. When a charted instrument falls below support then snaps back strongly in intraday trading, it is referred to as a "spring," and is a fairly bullish short-term trading sign. Bears appeared to have been successful in breaking support, but instead were just being set up for an ambush by bulls.

have you seen all the adds for spiders on the boob tube

 

more mania all the time UFB

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Texas.

 

Thats the answer. Texas.

 

See, oil guys made a truck full of money during oil boom 2004. Remember that oil went from 10 few years ago to 50. Can you imagine how much money the Rock-a-fella babies made?

 

And now they make sure their Shrubmeister gets re-elected.

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Texas.

 

Thats the answer. Texas.

 

See, oil guys made a truck full of money during oil boom 2004. Remember that oil went from 10 few years ago to 50. Can you imagine how much money the Rock-a-fella babies made?

 

And now they make sure their Shrubmeister gets re-elected.

Taxes.

 

Thats the answer. Taxes.

 

Bush cut 'em for the rich.

 

So he gets re-elected.

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