Wrote a bunch of commentary, but didn’t finish it to my satisfaction. Alas, the time. So I dropped it all, and leave you with the source of the title only.
Courtesy of the immortal George Carlin, in his own words:
Do you ever get that strange feeling of vuja de? Not deja vu, vuja de. It’s the distinct sense that somehow, something that just happened has never happened before. Nothing seems familiar. And then suddenly the feeling is gone. Vuja de.
Uh-huh, uh-huh. Seems to me a lot of people are feeling that way this week; the buying action reminds me of nothing so much as that around earnings Q1–the same red-lining of the risk trade, the same balls-out correlation, the same conviction that from here we go up another 10, another 20, another 30 percent. And then suddenly, we realize it’s a different story at 930 than it was at 730, and the feeling passes.
Without further ado–except to note how many people seem to want to chime in after a week of charts yer pet mongoose could analyze for you–your recaps:
- Market Talk (concise commentary, no charts. Some bearish bias perhaps, but I appreciate the shout-outs in there.)
- Alphatrends (video chart analysis, $SPY exclusively in multiple time frames, ~12 mins. Yay, a freebie from Stocktwits premimum! This guy may have blocked me on twitter this week [and then tried to sermonize tell me why, via a reply my now-blocked account could not receive (dear me, web 201x is challenging!)], but he’s still a master of chart and trade. Must watch.)
- Investopedia Week in Review (annotated chart analysis and commentary. Pretty generic. First time here.)
- Jack McHugh (in-depth commentary with links. If you don’t read this guy, why do you read me?)
- Hamzei Analytics – Market Timing (video proprietary chart analysis from one of my favorite follows. ~8 mins. First time here.)
- Tickerville (video chart analysis, ~20 mins. Short version: he’s flipped back to bullish.)
- Cobra’s Market View (annotated chart analysis, super mix of indicators)
- The Chart Pattern Trader (TWO videos of chart analysis, ~23 and ~30 mins. Yikes.)
- Random Roger’s Big Picture (video investing commentary. ~10.5 mins)
- Unexpectedly, Inc. (one $SPY chart, one pattern repeat, and the Unknowable Future. Diggable.)
And I leave you with the quote of the week, from the digital pen of 24/7 Wall St., whose 24/7 coverage is vital if their perspective leaves Mr. U a little, um, underwhelmed 23/24 and 6/7. Not this time. Rest of that link is interesting too.
…everyone knows that AIG needs cash more than a homeless junkie.
Good luck out there. Yikes, and awaaaaaaay.