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  • Risk Assets Rally!

    In This Issue..

    * Currencies have strong rally VS the dollar...
    * Gold returns to $1,210...
    * Rosengren talks deflation...
    * Aussie Confidence soars!

    Good day... And a Wonderful Wednesday to you! WOW! The National League won for the first time since the Wizard of OZ (Ozzie Smith) played in 1996! Being a National League guy, I grew up watching the National League win these games every year, but that changed and it's been an American League affair for some time. But not this year! YAHOO!

    Another Big WOW! Goes to the currencies and metals yesterday! What a rally! The currencies, led by the Big Dog euro, left the porch and chased the dollar dog down the street all day! The euro returned to the 1.27 handle, moving through the 1.26 handle like a hot knife goes through butter! By the time I made it into the office from the doctor's office yesterday morning, the damage to the dollar was a done deal... Last night, before I went to bed, I checked the currencies just to see if there had been profit taking in Asia... And what to my surprise did I see? But no profit taking, what glee!

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  • Election Day!

    * The winner is... Deflation! * Trading theme in place... * RBA cuts rates 75 BPS! * Manufacturing collapses! ** Election Day! Good day... And a Terrific Tuesday to you! It's Election Day! One more day of all that he said, she said, no I didn't, yes you did, aggravating election advertising! That's it! We're finally finished with all of it! Thank Goodness it's Election Day! TGIED! This will be the end of another of the things that's keeping the fundamentals in the back of the classroom. All we'll have left is the credit squeeze... Unfortunately though I feel like we're going to have to live with that one for some time to come! There are signs that things are loosening up, but it's a far cry from what should be considered as "normal" in the lending arena! As long as the credit squeeze remains in place and on the minds of traders & investors everywhere, we're stuck with the Trading Theme of 2008... Well, let's see, it didn't come into play until late July, so it should be called the Trading Theme of late 2008 and 2009....