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I am traveling home today from holiday in Northern Europe — my flight is delayed out of Copenhagen (hopefully we can meet our connection on time).

Regardless of whether I get home on time, be aware that the Ritholtz curse is in full effect.

Markets look to be under pressure this morning . . .



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4 Responses to “Look Out Below, I’m Traveling Edition”

  1. Michael M says:

    May I recommend the pastries and the view at Lagkagehuset (Terminal 2) while you wait.

  2. Old Rob says:

    Great! BR’s traveling again. Maybe BR should give everyone his travel plans beforehand. That way we could all adjust our stops.

  3. mikderby says:

    Is the “Ritholtz Curse” an example of corelation or causation? :-)

  4. constantnormal says:

    OK, BR is back, and we have the traditional “Ritholtz rally” … but it didn’t last very long …