Friday, May 1, 2009

RB's Water and Land Story: PICO?/ Non-Confirmation Means Vix Does not Confirm a market Move

RB went on strike after waking up after lunch saying something like it was under appreciated and never given enough credit in the operation here at HQ.  It is always all about LB.  All LB ever does is interfere with RB making money.  Sure, sometimes the nerd saves a few bucks with one of its stinking models, but that is about the sum of it.  If LB wants to buy a stock today, then it can do it on its own, though RB thinks that the story  behind the quest for land and water may be a fruitful area for research.  The story, and RB can only conceptualize concepts into stories, is how the ancestors dissipated all of the hard work Joseph did after arriving in America in the 1600s through drink and gambling.  That set off a search for cheap land and water by the ancestors in subsequent generations, first moving to Western Virginia, then Western North Carolina and finally into Middle Tennessee during the 1820s in search of cheaper land and water rights. RB Wants to Tell a Story/VZ/Posts on Tax Issues relating to Equity and Trust Preferred Stock and Deferral of Cumulative Preferred Dividends RB, never given its just due, points out that its St Joe purchase is up almost 60% since its "frolic and detour".  Maybe LB will sink its teeth into PICO, for RB is going to start reading its book "A Whole New Mind: Why Right-Brainers Will Rule The Future"

Okay, LB will take a look. 

In the Vix model as currently configured, and LB constantly plays with its toys, a non-confirmation event is one when the market's movement is not confirmed by the VIX.  The market's upward trajectory in 1999 was a non-confirmation event. 

LB puts this disclaimer in a lot of the posts.  Since we know that some people are reading the blog, we took out part of a  sentence. 

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