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2014-08-20 3:51 AM
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Originally posted by Left Brain

Originally posted by gr33n Personally feeling more comfortable with short positions (SDS) in this market every day. If it was (and it was) liquidity driven on the way up, it makes sense that the prospect of that liquidity drying up only brings forward the opposite. I will add with weekly close in S&P below 1880. Big test for me comes at 1800. First objective for take profit 1650 possibly even 1450-1500. Kumbaya.

Your gonna have to wait....and likely keep missing out....at least through Obama's term.




Could be. Manipulation at its best.


2014-09-18 12:11 PM
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2014-09-18 2:26 PM
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Originally posted by Left Brain

lol, congrats buddy

Every time I see the new market highs I think about you LB.  

2014-09-18 2:34 PM
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Originally posted by Left Brain

lol, congrats buddy

Every time I see the new market highs I think about you LB.  

Make sure you think about me when it all goes to hell. LMAO

2014-09-18 4:21 PM
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Originally posted by tuwood

Originally posted by Left Brain

lol, congrats buddy

Every time I see the new market highs I think about you LB.  

Make sure you think about me when it all goes to hell. LMAO

I think you'll be thinking about me then.  lol

2014-10-29 4:09 PM
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Looks like no more QE. Are we going to see a big crash coming?


2014-10-30 1:00 PM
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Subject: RE: Stock Market
Originally posted by chirunner134

Looks like no more QE. Are we going to see a big crash coming?


Obviously not today by 1:00 pm. Combo of revised GDP, positive outlook and solid earnings is trumping it:

S&P 500
1,998.80
+16.50 (0.83%)

Dow
17,208.90
+234.59 (1.38%)

Nasdaq
4,572.75
+23.53 (0.52%)

2014-10-30 3:03 PM
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Originally posted by chirunner134 Looks like no more QE. Are we going to see a big crash coming?
Obviously not today by 1:00 pm. Combo of revised GDP, positive outlook and solid earnings is trumping it: S&P 500 1,998.80 +16.50 (0.83%) Dow 17,208.90 +234.59 (1.38%) Nasdaq 4,572.75 +23.53 (0.52%)

Yeah, there has to be a catalyst somewhere to cause a huge swing and none of us know what that will be.  Earnings or GDP misses will only effect the market by a few percent.  The QE money is "in the system" to essentially hold it where it's at.  Now, if the banks have to start giving the money back, then it will be removed at a pace relative to the payback that will have an overall effect on the market.

2014-10-30 5:39 PM
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Originally posted by ejshowers
Originally posted by chirunner134 Looks like no more QE. Are we going to see a big crash coming?
Obviously not today by 1:00 pm. Combo of revised GDP, positive outlook and solid earnings is trumping it: S&P 500 1,998.80 +16.50 (0.83%) Dow 17,208.90 +234.59 (1.38%) Nasdaq 4,572.75 +23.53 (0.52%)

Yeah, there has to be a catalyst somewhere to cause a huge swing and none of us know what that will be.  Earnings or GDP misses will only effect the market by a few percent.  The QE money is "in the system" to essentially hold it where it's at.  Now, if the banks have to start giving the money back, then it will be removed at a pace relative to the payback that will have an overall effect on the market.

I don't think that will happen in the next two years while the Democrats work to stay in the White House. It's all they've got and Obama's Fed chairman will not let him down.   I'm all in! 

 

2014-10-31 3:06 PM
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Quite the Halloween Treat this year! I am ALL IN in as well - er, maybe I should say about 60% IN - in equities anyway.

Happy Halloween!
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