“The Fly” is all about pushing the envelope, playing with his chess pieces, amidst a wild inferno. Despite being in an overbought position, “Plutonium Petey” is issuing “death bags” to short sellers, in the giving spirit of Thanksgiving.
I got a lot of shit going up, like General Electric Company [[GE]] and Citigroup Inc. [[C]] . At this moment in time, the stars and planets are aligned to enrich “The Fly” with great wins, much to your chagrin. I know there are a lot of secret Fly haters out there. No need to fess up and come clean, I know who you are.
Shockingly enough, my largest positions are goose stepping higher, all the while the world is crumbling and getting sucked into a fucking vortex of nothingness.
Thinking ahead, I started nibbling at my [[FXP]] position, which I find myself 20 points in the hole. My plan is to buy it, whenever I get an itch, in order to bring my basis down to $70. Without a doubt, those Chinese clown rapers will be going lower in due time.
Also, I took another small bite at the idiots from [[M]] .
Some of these stocks need time to pan out. There is a definitive dark cloud of insolvency looming over many retail names. The theory, which makes sense, is the pending debilitating transformation from a credit to a cash society will indeed crush retailers like [[M]] and Sears Holdings Corporation [[SHLD]] , even Target Corporation [[TGT]] .
How many stores were opened based upon Joey Bag o’ Credit Cards?
Basically, I have no business buying retail, since they are in the ground zero of the credit contraction. However, I do so regardless of the broader macro picture. I am buying based upon the psychology of optimism.
Regardless of how old people get, they always long for “the old days.” Most people are sad saps for yesterday and will cling onto it until they are dead. My guess, investors will cling onto yesterday’s winners or bellwethers, until they are dead too. In the meantime, there is money to be had.
I like the breakouts in Google Inc. [[GOOG]] , Monsanto Company [[MON]] and BHP Billiton Limited (ADR) [[BHP]] today. For the most part, try to stick with large cap stocks and keep in mind we are walking on the edge of an egregious cliff, lined with pork fat. As much as I rejoice and shower myself with turkey gravy, this market can turn on a dime and punt my torso into the bleachers of Capital Loss Stadium, in 10 minutes flat.
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