Feb

26

It is interesting to see the S&P take the same 25 to 30 point dive on the uncertainty concerning the Italy election that they did on Dec 28 when they declined to 1384 versus todays 1487. What a great opportunity to move the market back and forth whenever an important briefcase or suit is spotted at the airport, the Fed, or the Forum. 


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  1. Ed on February 26, 2013 2:24 pm

    I have been thinking the dive was and is needed to focus the public’s fears on the sequester issue: the public needs to be on edge with fear for the propaganda to take full effect and for the appropriate pressure to be placed where it is needed.

  2. michael bonderer on February 26, 2013 3:47 pm

    Catherine Rampell ‏@crampell

    British Court of Appeal bans Bayesian probability (and Sherlock Holmes) http://understandinguncertainty.org/court-appeal-bans-bayesian-probability-and-sherlock-holmes

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