Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Farewell, Luciano

It's been over 8 months since I've written a financial post, and I've missed it more than you can imagine. Rest assured, I've stayed fully involved in the market during the entire period, but an epic work schedule has simply prevented me from writing about it. It's one of the only regrets I have about how time-consuming my day job is.

A special thanks for the many colorful comments and e-mails you sent. Unfortunately, many of the weirdest best of these aren't printable.

Judging from your remarks, it appears that the biggest accomplishment of my hiatus was to single-handedly disgrace the memory and career of Luciano Pavarotti. Readers grew to loathe that post, and in many cases, the very man himself. I regret this most of all, and am sorry for any discomfort that a frozen, 8-month old post caused for so many. I promise I'll never leave another post up for longer than four months -- max.

Since my work load continues ad infinitum, I've decided to try something different for The dk Report. I've annotated a set of charts in my Stockcharts public list. These are live charts, current with ongoing commentary. It's a simpler, more efficient format to present technical data, and one that is definitely easier to maintain. There is less prose, but the list contains most of the charts I included in my posts here - all live, and all in one place. Regardless of what happens here, the charts will always stay current.

So, bookmark this link and stay current with The dk Report. Feel free to check back here as well, especially when you feel the urge for some opera.

Enjoy the charts, and thanks again for all of your support.