Wind Eggs
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Wind Eggs

The only thing harder than reading the market is to learning what all those words mean

The Next Sure Thing

Best Laid Plans Week

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HAROLD’S LIVING ROOM WAS DESERTED. So was the kitchen, and their bedroom deserted, and empty of everything on Heather’s side of the closet. And dresser. Thank God Heather paid the light bill or he wouldn’t be able to see how…

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