Mainly, It’s the Charts

This may sound like a “dog ate my homework” excuse, but on my latest trip to the eye doc, it was discovered that the eye pressure had dropped to a worrisome 5 – it should have been up around 12-20 at this stage.  As the eye doc explained, it’s sot of like having a flat tire, and with the pressure low, the repaired eye was not doing well.

One thing led to another and turns out (like the flat tire) it had a leak, so emergency eye surgery again on Tuesday.  Because of that, we will only have a few (nevertheless cynical) remarks on the flow of what passes for “news” this morning. 

Oh, don’t sound depressed:  There are certain indications that our call for a pending market decline may be about to play out over the coming week, or two, before we get into what should be the final blow-off top before the Greater Depression sets in in the 2017-2018 timeframe.  That’s when you should have your financial house in order for whatever comes next.

In the meantime, we will be focused on conservative trading and our unique way of looking at markets because if you have a little money in a Depression (Greater, or otherwise) there’s very little to be depressed about, provided you observe the old Cuban saying “Don’t count your money in front of the poor...”

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7 thoughts on “Mainly, It’s the Charts”

  1. Hmmm. Interesting this is all starting the exact same time some of the that awesome sell out bill that congress forced on everyone begins hmmm….amazing if it does means I smacked another nail on the head…heebie jeebies the spirits are about to speak….i actually didnt expect it till the end of the month but hey..always bet on greed…

  2. Years ago, before LASIK, I had Radial Keratotomy… eight ‘pie slices’ to flatten the cornea, to correct nearsightedness. I got to watch the blurry surgeon come at my eye with a diamond scalpel eight times. Then endure the pain when the meds wear off, and the slow healing. So I can dig what you are going through.

    Might I suggest supplementing with some Knox Gelatin, or lots of Jell-O, to supply raw materials for the keratin to rebuild your eyeball scars. My second eye seemed to heal faster when I did this.

  3. Sorry to hear about that . . . just got in range of my computer again after hospital etc. myself – will read your back blogs . . .

    Good luck on your eye problem!

  4. Get it done. It seems to be what Ure best at. Anyone who tells ya age is just a state of mind kick em in the Ure’s truly. Get well be well and get back to your dynamic usual.

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