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Tony Corso: What I've Learned .. .

- first thing i learned, [and one of two things i remember from my late 1980's eurodollar days] "only 8:30 numbers are important, quarter of 9 numbers like purchasing managers don't mean anything" [yeah i know they are important now, but that will pass, in the early 1980's 3:45pm money supply used to be important too]

- second thing i learned "when the number is bearish, and the market rallies anyway, somebody knows something you don't know, get the heck out of the way"