All good things must end. And as it turns out, even some of the mediocre things must end at some time too.
After a few minutes of careful consideration (ok, maybe longer), I have decided that the upcoming Fourth of July holiday will mark the end of regular updates here at BMB.
I could go through a long list of reasons (and there is a list) — but the biggest reason of all is that after nearly 10 years of doing this, I simply don’t have much interest in doing it any longer. Nor do I have any real compelling reason to continue. As most of you can probably tell, I’ve really only been going through the motions and doing the bare minimum for quite some time now. Times change and people change, and I think the time has come for me to move on and do other things.
I will still be keeping an eye on the markets and making a trade now and then, but I will no longer be posting daily wraps and weekend updates. Quite frankly, I don’t even pay that much attention to them anymore, and would have stopped doing them some time ago if the process hadn’t been significantly automated.
I want to thank my small circle of regular readers over the years, especially those who have taken the time to leave comments. The blog has been an experience, for sure — mostly good, some not so good. I’ve learned a lot, and it has put me in cyber-touch with some of the big names in the business — I’d like to thank a few of those folks for their kindness as well: great guys like Gary Kaltbaum, Dave Landry, and Scott Bleier.
Thank you all for your support over the past nine-plus years — you can find contact info on my ‘about’ page.