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The Surprise Remains To The Upside
Everyone is expecting a pullback. Still people seem unprepared for a move up to the all time highs. In staff personal accounts we have a little light short protection, a little underwater on tiny allocations (per ratios below). If those shorts start to gain in value we may add to them, but we don't plan to meet trouble halfway.
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