Well, I finished all my exams. I got an embarrassing A in micro, but an A+ in macro. Dunno about stats but that had damn well better be an A+.
No clue whatsoever about development economics - I don't think I had the slightest problem on that exam, but it was a written exam and I need a 93 for an A+ in that class.
But 2 As and 2A+es would give me a $1500 scholarship, which would be nice.
As for the market, it looks like gold miners are taking another leg up - dammit, Kinross is even beating the double-long ETF! Two touches of the EMA(10) probably means the next consolidation goes down to the Bollinger mean at least, but who knows?
And as for broad equities - dammit, isn't Royal Bank looking great. It's beating the S&P 500.
I might get back to regular posting soon, but frankly I haven't been arsed, what with the lack of news. I'll leave you with a funny quote from Polemic's Pains:
If the UK left the EU and joined Apple each household would be £6,000 better off.
I think this is a hint that Apple in in late-stage talks to buy out ASDA.