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S&P Limbos Below The Bar, Leaves Us In Limbo

Thursday’s pullback did not give bears control, but it gave them a shot at taking control. Click here to download complete report in pdf format (Professional Edition Subscribers). Try the Professional Edition risk free for thirty days. If, within that time, you don’t find the information useful, I will give you a full refund. It’s that simple. Click here to become a member and get instant access to the current report and all past reports.

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1 Comment

  1. Bill

    Hi Lee,

    I am one of those people that exhausted benefits.
    I was a Director of Software Engineering,then a senior project manager consultant at Fidelity and State Street in Boston.

    On 11/5/08 all projects where put on hold (Obama Wins), itwaslike a fire drill. Of course consultants are not counted as head count.

    I was one of those 6 figure guys in his 50’s.

    So,sent out 300+ resumes while I was selling my house, 2 phone interviews. What I quickly learned was if there was a pull down box that ask the year you graduated high school it was a waste of time to apply, then after 6 months its like you are unemployable.

    I use to pay 50K in taxes, now I calculate how long at can last at 59.

    Nice to know after managing $30 million projects with 90 person teams you are not counted anymore

    Thanks Bill

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