• Michael A. Gayed, CFA
    Sign of the bull: Weak SLM data totally ignored by SPY IWM. Reflation theme even when economic data isn't that hot continues.
    3/1/12
    Reply (13)
    • nasalpancho: Silly me i thought it was a sign of complacency
      3/1/12
    • Security Breach!: The last fools that enter the market at the top always ignore the warning signs....nothing new here.
      3/1/12
    • Josh Krause: Economy slowing down while input costs, especially oil & gas, are increasing? Market is just going up on CB hopium now.
      3/1/12
    • nasalpancho: Ignoring evidence and all logic -###UBERBULLISH!
      3/1/12
    • Conventional Wisdumb: I find it amusing that CNBC still uses the word "recovery" in its headlines when describing the economy
      3/1/12
    • Conventional Wisdumb: the recession ended almost 3 years ago so this should actually be the "expansion" phase but I guess "recovery" reflects lower expectations
      3/1/12
    • Conventional Wisdumb: I almost barfed when they started using "green shoots" again - I always think of goose poop when i hear that phrase.
      3/1/12
    • Robin Heiderscheit: keeping stops tight (1-3% below here) . . . volatility and small caps are NOT confirming this move
      3/1/12
    • Conventional Wisdumb: Goldman just lowered their GDPM tracking number from 2.3% to 1.9% for Q1. Honestly based upon the bullish tone that would be pretty weak
      3/1/12
    • Conventional Wisdumb: assuming we even get there.
      3/1/12
    • Josh Krause: Still another month of increased gas prices squeezing producers and consumers to go.
      3/1/12
    • Financial Insights: Michael TIP is under performing. What say you?
      3/1/12
    • Michael A. Gayed, CFA: TIP is not underperforming. It is down less than IEF.
      3/1/12