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Hello everyone, welcome to Wednesday. Today's free newsletter is posted and in the commentary section, we are talking about .380 the "ammo" and if it is acceptable for a self defense round. This comes after I had posted a letter on Sunday and in it I mentioned that I had changed my carry gun, and it is chambered in .380. That got me some push back from "those guys" that seem to think that anything short of a cannon is too small. We talk about that and the incredible developments in ammo technology. Is .380 good enough? It is today.
We also talk about the market hitting an all time high again today. For no really good reason, in the face of June rate hikes, while digesting fading fundamentals, we inched our way to glory. Yet it came on punk volume. Is it the start of a new leg higher, or like the March first all time high, will it fade off and we trend sideways again? We talk about it all.
I knew it would happen, it always happens. Over the weekend while talking “off topics” in my last article, I had mentioned I had changed my personal concealed carry gun from a Ruger LCP to a Barretta Pico. It is chambered in .380. I should have started counting the seconds after it was sent, because I knew someone would write in and give me noise about carrying a .380 for self defense. This was the first and most colorful of them. (exactly as I received it for special effect)
Hey all, today's Free Newsletter is posted and in it we are NOT talking about Trump, Comey, the FBI, Special Prosecutors, Seth Rich, Clinton, Social justice warriors, or anything remotely connected. Nope, we need a break. So today we look at some breaking news concerning Vaccinations, Salt and my change of personal concealed carry weapon.
Of course in the "market" section we talk about Wednesday's big plunge and the resulting bounce on Thursday and Friday. Was that it? Was Wednesday a one day wonder? Are the technicals all fixed, is it "full steam ahead?" Or... was Thursday and Friday a dead cat bounce? Check it out, it's worth the read.
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