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I had the opportunity this morning to spend some time talking to the New York Kentucky Colonel for a bit while he was stuck on the train. This is always a great conversation as we share affinities for bad baseball teams (Orioles and Mets), good bourbon, ponies with high Beyers and undervalued odds as well as the stock market.

The Colonel is the one who helped me polish the few technical indicators I feel have any value at all for value investors and is very knowledgeable on all things markets and sports. After discussing the Basketball bacchanalia on tap for this week the conversation found its way to the markets and the economy....696 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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