Daily Musings and Music of a Euromarket Professional

Uncomfortable as it may be, being aware of sitting on a time bomb shouldn't keep us from being able to laugh about it - and to listen to some music!

Daily musings of a euromarket professional

Friday, 7 June 2013

07 Jun 2013 - " Summer In The City " (Lovin' Spoonful, 1966)

07 Jun 2013 - Summer In The City (Lovin' Spoonful, 1966)

Short one… Hitting 30 degrees… No need to stay inside!


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Wednesday, 5 June 2013

05 Jun 2013 – “I Got You (I Feel Good)” (James Brown, 1965)

Amazing foot work… Really!

Blog, I missed you! As it happens I didn’t have much to say and it was time to move on. I went through serious real-time detox in the last couple of months and have now sobered up.

Might thus keep some of the publishing alive – with a different axe... Still need to find out what I will write about. Like finding a new path, or so… In the meantime, it might keep my fingers agile.

Gave some thoughts about a new blog, or blog name, but, hey, it’s still A View From MY Screens: While not having that huge 2 by 2 square in the trading room anymore, I still run a decent vertical choice in screen sizes on a personal basis: iPhone, iPad, MacBook, large screen PC, TV sets… 
The Blackberry will be overflowing and dead soon… It’s not mine anymore. At least I don’t consider it that way. Out you go little screen!

You only lose what you cling to… Buddha


If you were an avid reader of AVFMS for market update reasons, I might share some musings once in a while, but probably won’t go back into the minute by minute, data by data, bp by bp analysis anymore. So best unsubscribe.

If I find some something more exciting than writing about the serious froth in the bubble (Yes, it’s written risk f*** underpriced all over the walls) or the uselessness of trying to outwit the Central Banks Put, I’ll share with you.
But for the moment, I’ll let that be…

If you liked the musical choice, I’ll try to keep up with the search and share, maybe even with the “mood of the day”-fitting search and share.
Hang in there. Give me a couple of days or weeks to get back into the groove.

Hey, I was fired last week. I still need some grieving time.
Then again, first time in 25 years that I don’t have a professional follow-up in finance lined up.



I feel good.

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