Wednesday, June 3, 2009

What would Tyler Durden do?

"Long before I loved Jesus, I worshipped at the feet of John Wayne."
John Marks

The market of disbelief is still strong on Wall Street, but not for Marks' book.

It's Amazon sales rank is 67,818, so I read the library's version.

The moral of the story is, if you want sales, it's always better to sell faith, than to scorn it.

So is this a buying opportunity, or the start of the sell-off?

Since Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are officially "splitsville" today, let's see if we can read Megan Fox's ink to find out:

There's her ink at the top, and she also sports this from King Lear.

"We will all laugh at gilded butterflies."

In the stanza of the tattoo, in King Lear, Act V, scene III, we also find, "Who loses and who wins; who's in and who's out."

So who is in on Wall Street? The bears or the bulls?

Maybe the bears should have their own stanza:

They talk so bright, and they write so clear,
but their eyes are blind
to what they hold so dear

Because unlike Main Street, on Wall Street, scorn is a better sell than faith!

So is the bear's research gilded? Is it just deceptively attractive?

So let's go to the site, "What Would Tyler Durden Do" to find out.

Here's the quote:

"Transformers" star Megan Fox is unquestionably hot but she has to have the dumbest ink in Hollywood. There's this one, and last night she showed off this one. I'd rather have my girlfriend carve 666 in her chest than get either one of these.

So the bears stay bearish, haunted by 666!

And they remain, gilded butterflies!

Instead of buying---the market of the beast!

But what would Wall Street's Tyler Durden do?

Just check out Zero Hedge!


Anonymous said...

do you still have your regionals. They have come down quite hard since you touted HBAN, FITB, and KEY

Anonymous said...

Palmoni how do you like Cisco in the weeks ahead? Thanks.

Palmoni said...

Yeh--I'm just waited for them to quit consolidating--frustrating for a bit, but I think they'll be fine.