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4.30.2018 - Insider Bookmark


Good morning everyone, welcome back from your weekend. I hope it was a good one for you all!  Mine wasn't nearly as exciting as some have been. My wife's still not 100% after getting sick, so it was too early to try the biking/beach thing. So she laid low, and I did manly things like... well, okay maybe not so manly. I hit the grocery on Saturday. I cooked dinner. 

4.27.2018 - Insider Bookmark


Good morning all, we've made it to another Friday. 

Okay, so Tuesday we reached down almost to the S&P 200 day. Then Wednesday they let it dip just a bit more before the  rescue kicked in. Yesterday, they figured that everything was just fine and up we went. While we didn't close at the highs of the day, lets not kid ourselves. We gained 238 on the DOW and about 28 on the S&P. 

4.26.2018 - Insider Bookmark


Good morning all, welcome to a new day. 

I want to say thank you to all of you that wrote in to wish my wife a speedy recovery from her flu. She's getting better, but boy...it was a nasty one. I haven't seen her that sick in a long long time. 

So again, thank you. 

4.25.2018 - Insider Bookmark


Well that was interesting, eh?  In the morning I had put it on the table that there's still a chance for a pop and drop, and boy did we get a pop and drop. From up 130 in the early going, we were down 619 points a little after 2 pm. Then, of course the short sellers started covering and we bounced into the close with the DOW down 425 and the S&P off 35. 

4.24.2018 - Insider Bookmark


Love fest!

Morning all. It seems my suspicions ended up being right. Yesterday, my guess was that they were just going to keep the market flat and await the earnings reports that were to really start flooding us Monday night. In fact, so blatant was the push to keep the market flat, that just 45 minutes from the closing bell, the DOW was down 130 points, the S&P down 10. 

4.23.2018 - Insider Bookmark


Good morning everyone, and welcome back from your weekend. I certainly hope it was a good one for you all. 

Down here in Sunny Florida, ours didn't turn out quite so well this time around. On Friday afternoon, I could tell that my significant other wasn't feeling well. She was getting bouts of chills, and beginning to cough. Sure enough by Saturday morning she was full blown "sickly" with the sniffles, the cough, the chills, the whole ball of wax. Bummer.  So, like a good hubby, I made sure she stayed on bed, and I did all the stupid running around.

4.20.2018 - Insider Bookmark


Good morning everyone, is this really another Friday already? Yes indeed it is. 

Okay, so did you all see it yesterday?  The amazing "stick save"  ( if you're a hockey fan) was pretty much in your face. The DOW had been down about 190 points during the session, and the S&P had fallen below its 50 day moving average. 

4.19.2018 - Insider Bookmark


Hello everyone, welcome to this new day.

So, if you saw last nights letter, you see the line I drew on the S&P chart, showing where the index had been running out of gas along a descending resistance angle.

4.18.2018 - Free Investment Newsletter Today Bookmark

Hello all, Today's free investment newsletter is about Sea Level change and a recent discovery made in Florida. Have you ever hunted for sharks teeth? Well, Venice Florida is the capital of shark teeth and while hunting for them a Diver made a spectacular discovery. Please give it a read, I think you'll find it interesting. 

In the market section of the commentary, we discuss the 50 day moving averages, and the upper resistance line that the DOW has broken, but the S&P is still a shade below. Will we punch through that? If we do, will the indexes soar back to the highs? Or is this the last hurrah?

4.18.2018 - Free Investing Newsletter Bookmark

Sea Levels


Sarasota Florida has meetings over “dangerous” Sea level rise. Let’s chat:


If any of you have ever been to SouthWest Florida, you know that there’s many places on our coast to try and find fossilized shark teeth. In fact, while “Venice” is usually known as ground zero for finding these little treasures, the fact is that right at the southern end of Venice, there’s a beach called Casperson.

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