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April 04, 2008

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SD

Victor Niederhoffer wrote: "There is much talk about how when the market reacts well to bad news, it is good for the market, e.g the unchanged market on the 75,000 loss of jobs. By the way, I find the unemployment rate much more meaningful because at least both the numerator and the denominator have the same faulty seasonal adjustments and guesstimates of new jobs created by new businesses not yet seen. However, there is also the beaten favorite syndrome which comes up much too often in these cases, where what was supposed to happen the last race happens the next time out."

http://www.dailyspeculations.com/wordpress/?p=2857

SD

Business Week's cover story on Freescale this week is good, http://www.businessweek.com/magazine/content/08_15/b4079034490446.htm?campaign _id=pr_newswire

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