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11-26-2012 08:36 AM
Well, we are certainly in holiday mode.
How they get the lights up all over Chicago in a weekend still amazes me. Retailers in full court press.
Had Thanksgiving on the farm. Still drier than I can ever remember it. Spoke with a few of the locals that are already concerned for next spring/year.
Stocks getting whipsawed from 'fiscal cliff' rhetoric.
Goldman Sachs telling clients that the stock market has another 8% to fall due to ramblings and rumblings in Washington. Looks like we are back to the same old grind.
Greece still in the headlines as Japan teeters on the brink. Watch the fallout and you may be able to map the U.S. path.
Let's go get them.
11-26-2012 08:56 AM - edited 11-26-2012 08:57 AM
How volatile is the Japan issue for us??
Beans are being advertised on Bloomberg as having a big week on Brazil problems. I am not seeing that. And my chart tells says minor correction this week, Are you seeing anything that says "trend change"???