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    Quote Originally Posted by SkyPilot
    Hey Vector dude! Sounds like a recipe for I funding now .
    The one thing I've learned from watching those talking heads on CNBC is that they tell you what is going on after the fact. They are the ones who have bought international stock back in the middle of June. Now that its up big they want the amateur investor to run to internationals and push then alittle higher while at the same time the big boys are selling and buying small caps. In about two months you'll hear how great small caps are and that is the place to be, after the fact.
    Last edited by vectorman; 08-18-2006 at 09:00 PM.

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    Reminds me of the battle of wits from The Princess Bride (Vizzini's Logic).
    Official Retirement Date: 06-31-2014!

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    Vectorman......I think ur right on target.


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    Quote Originally Posted by FundSurfer View Post
    The S-fund still lags the C-fund and the I-fund in terms of recovery following the recent decline. I think it has a little more potiential right now than the other two, although the I-fund has been doing really well. The I fund has recovered 74% of the decline, C-fund has recovered 79% of the decline, and the S-fund has recovered only 37% of the decline.
    Come on S fund, getty up. http://www.tspmoney.com/prev/index3.html

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    I own it but I don't trust it unless we are on the upside beginning of the next 4 year cycle. But I'm curious enough to stay and watch the gains pile up for awhile - but not another 7 years. Maybe until 2/07.

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    JDS Uniphase is getting whooped after hours. I hope that doesn't drag down the Nas and the S tomorrow.

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    Actually the S&P, Nasdaq and Russell futures are all up nicely right now.

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    The R2K AD MCO exhibited a classic relationship with price since mid-May, 2006. The R2K AD MCO posted a negative extreme, which is almost always followed by lower price lows, which occurred. Then, in late Fune, the R2K AD MCO achieved a positive extreme, but failed to carve more than a simple structure above its zero line - suggesting more work was needed in the bottoming formation process. Now the R2K AD has carved out a pattern of higher lows/higher highs, constructive action for the intermediate term. Currently at +73, the R2K AD MCO would need another 8 points to exceed its late June/early July thrust to +80. A good sign for the bulls when enough liquidity is available to find its way into this group. There is accumulation underway in the small cap universe. Makes me think with the triple bottom in place that the 4 year cycle has passed and is now on the upswing. Snort.

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    Hello, Do u guys have a good link for futures??

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    With the slowing economy. the strong performance of the stocks of small and midsize companies - a domonant trend for the past several years - could quickly come to an end. In fact, there are signs it is happening now. In the past three months, the average stock fund investing in large company stocks has gained 2.1%, while small-cap stock funds lost 2.4%. FWIW.

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    Looks like a dime gain today.....maybe .11 cents


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