Back at my trading desk now, after two months out of the country.
I could say plenty about my trip, as well as current markets, but I'll be brief (...bam!).
Regarding the markets, let's sum it up by highlighting that the investor public and financial media remain fixated on potential negative effects of a weak economy on stocks (especially after such a strong run up) - coincident with action in the market which remains significantly constructive; consolidating at worst. This is a key factor, as the strongest advancing markets historically climb mostly prior to proven improved economic data. By the time the public is aware the economy has certainly improved, the easy money and often the rally altogether is already behind.
The light for the moment remains green for buying and holding. More on this in upcoming posts.
As far as my trip, I'll likely delve more into that, but I'll share this much for now:
In Amsterdam it is easy enough to find an open wifi signal (unlike the majority of my travel this summer). But one secure-network I came across last week had a very catchy name: We're Online - Fuck All of You.
Total Position: 100% net-long, 62% invested
Currently Long (according to size): MRVL (8.2%), BIDU (6.9%), NTAP (5.5%), CPSL 5.5%, CNQR 5.3%, CORE (5.3%), CTSH (5.1%), STEC (5.1%), CYOU (5.1%), LFT (4.8%), RAX (4.7%)
Currently Short (according to size): no position
Futures Accounts: no position