Business as Usual
It was almost a great weekend. I picked the winner in the Kentucky Derby and the Orioles swept the Red Sox in Boston for the first time in 18 years -- then European election results came in and overnight futures markets opened for trading. Many of the emails, tweets and calls I received had an end-of-the-world feel. Futures were down earlier this morning -- all very interesting for those trading futures and options with tons of leverage and unfortunate, or silly, enough to go home long Friday. But it was not of any particular interest to me.
This morning futures have firmed substantially, and I am sure I will get emails wondering if it's time to buy or add to this or that stock. The answer to these questions is simple....395 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.
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