Back in the Groove, Mostly

Many thanks to everyone who checked in to see that the Rancho wagon train made it down the dusty trail intact. In fact, we did. Mostly.

It’s sunny and just as green as ever in the Emerald City, and we’re extremely happy to be back in a place where it’s totally OK to wear socks with sandals. Not that I do that. I only wear Larry Mahans, of course. But sometimes it’s just good to know that you can.

That said, some important items are still delayed but we understand everything should be in its right place in the next couple of days. So as the week moves on, so shall we begin to get our usual groove back.

Trade ’em well this week…

Live Q & A Topic – VP & TPO Evolution Profiles

 

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Join us for an oft requested discussion on how to read the bigger-picture auction as a story using Volume and TPO Evolution profile studies.

Topic: Reading the Big Picture with VP & TPO Evolution Profiles
When: July 10, 2012 – 2-3:15PDT

This is a free event for Rancho Dinero members, and y’all can register here. If you’re not yet a member, you can become one in just a couple of clicks.

The Ranch is on the Move

Well, the time has (nearly) come.

It’s been in the works for a while, but now it’s official. On July 11-13, Rancho Dinero will be pulling up its Silicon Valley stakes, loading the wagons and riding north to the great Pacific Northwest.

In reality, this move is more of a homecoming than lighting out for the frontiers. As some of you know, I am a Seattle native, and after several years in sunny California my family and the company are returning to a place where our webbed feet don’t seem so out of the ordinary. Probably kidding about the webbed feet. ;-}

As a consequence, we’ll be on a limited support and administrative schedule from July 11-13, though we will return to normal operations on Monday, July 16.

Trade ’em well this week…