October 20, 2010
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update of the usual figure displaying the S&P 500 index (see this post).
At October 20, 2010 the green trend line is at around 1253.78 and the grey lines are at around 1333.57 and 1178.77.
an earlier version (from comment #13 here).
comparison with an earlier rally (showing the NASDAQ 100 index, from comment #52 here). We have obviously so far "skipped the 1987 crash". I think the S&P 500 index might follow my little green line for a few more year. And then the index will leave the green line for good. To the upside, hehe ...
first version (from comment #15 here, posted on June 23, 2009).
Talk of Double-Dip is Utter Nonsense: Keating
my current top20 positions (see this post).
EMC (29%), EMC call options (13%), ATPG (4%), IDRA (4%), QGEN (2%), BION:SW (1.7%), NTAP (1.6%), VOW:GR (1.6%), VIP (1.5%), AMLN (1.4%), AIB (1.4%), ANTH (1.4%), EXEL (1.2%), CHTP (1.2%), ALNY (1.1%), RHT (1.1%), PYMX (1%), XNPT (1%), VMW (1%), ARNA (1%).
Port, noticed you had been trading DJSP in your fund post. You playing it for a quick pop? These guys are probably in for a world of hurt if this mortgage mess gets pushed any harder on them.
#8 It is just a tiny position.