Dows Crash 2016

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Old Nov 21, 2016, 4:26am   #46
 
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Always good for a laugh.
His view on Brexit doesn't add up with his view on democracy !
He is a funny.

Always bullish.

Used to be on sky business channel once a week.

But started to get death threats because he was so positive.

Not seen him on there now for 2 or 3 years.

End of the day he is just another vendor salesman, daily subscription fees.

Probably couldn't day trade himself out of a paper bag
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Old Dec 7, 2016, 9:54pm   #47
 
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dows going to hit 15,000 you all ready?
19,500!
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Old Dec 7, 2016, 9:59pm   #48
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king156 started this thread still selling chaps
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Old Dec 7, 2016, 9:59pm   #49
 
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They might have to knock a zero off soon. We could actually see 15000!
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Old Dec 7, 2016, 10:05pm   #50
 
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Old Dec 9, 2016, 9:22pm   #51
 
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still selling chaps
2,200 points under water and still selling.
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Old Dec 9, 2016, 9:46pm   #52
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king156 started this thread selling up to 22k yes, got pending buys every 250 points
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Old Dec 9, 2016, 10:25pm   #53
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I have never seen this kind of persistent buying with no retrace. Surely the top has to be here soon! I'm short too btw!
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Old Dec 10, 2016, 12:01am   #54
 
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We've had the consolidation and this is a new bull market according to some.

2200 on the SPX will become strong resistance until January.

Keep buying I reckon. Next week when Fed hikes rates, people will say we have entered a new bull market.

If they don't raise rates markets will still go up as free money will continue to circulate.

Everyone is feeling they've missed out and any falls will be bought out I reckon.

Trump's promised tax cuts and infrastructure spending. US economy all fixed in advance. Keep buying until the Senate say XXX!
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Old Dec 10, 2016, 8:37am   #55
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If only we knew the panacea for the worlds economy was to vote for an egomaniac lying buffoon.
Do the complete opposite of what had been done for years and bingo the worlds economy is fixed.
There are so many inconsistencies to what has been proposed already but for now the people wanting posts or influence in the new administration are silent and Goldman Sachs, who would not lend Trump $100 are lined up to milk the working people all over again.
Trump can't believe that people who would have been embarrassed to be seen with him are now taking his calls. Diplomacy and etiquette are out the window and the Republicans who are for free trade and business are quiet to the proposed changes that actually are in many cases anti open business.
So buy big banks and energy for a while longer, let's close our eyes to the rising dollar and how they are now going to export to the world whilst being tough on free trade. There will be plenty of chances to sell in the New Year but for now all portfolio managers have to play the game get all the right stocks in their funds and look good for the year end beauty parades.

Rising rates will hit home on many fronts next year and how can this not end badly.
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If only we knew the panacea for the worlds economy was to vote for an egomaniac lying buffoon.
Do the complete opposite of what had been done for years and bingo the worlds economy is fixed.
There are so many inconsistencies to what has been proposed already but for now the people wanting posts or influence in the new administration are silent and Goldman Sachs, who would not lend Trump $100 are lined up to milk the working people all over again.
Trump can't believe that people who would have been embarrassed to be seen with him are now taking his calls. Diplomacy and etiquette are out the window and the Republicans who are for free trade and business are quiet to the proposed changes that actually are in many cases anti open business.
So buy big banks and energy for a while longer, let's close our eyes to the rising dollar and how they are now going to export to the world whilst being tough on free trade. There will be plenty of chances to sell in the New Year but for now all portfolio managers have to play the game get all the right stocks in their funds and look good for the year end beauty parades.

Rising rates will hit home on many fronts next year and how can this not end badly.
Ronald reagan caused 8% rally before inauguration....then 20% drop the next year.
So fed reserve retards suspend rate hikes by next summer.
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Old Dec 10, 2016, 4:22pm   #57
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"Over the past 150 years, it has generally been an extremely poor move to invest in U.S. stocks with the CAPE at these levels."

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/the...red-2016-12-08
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Old Dec 11, 2016, 11:18pm   #58
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i thought we had started a new bullmarket with rate hikes


"It could be useful to be able to intervene directly in assets where the prices have a more direct link to spending decisions," she said, adding that buying equities and corporate bonds could have costs and benefits."

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-us...-idUSKCN11Z2WI
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Old Dec 13, 2016, 5:15pm   #59
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selling up to 22k yes, got pending buys every 250 points
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if volatility comes anywhere near 2013 levels in january....you sir will be bending over all year and it will be a royal screw
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Old Dec 13, 2016, 7:27pm   #60
 
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dows going to hit 15,000 you all ready?
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thanks, where should I set my stop?
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21,000
Even I didnt think we would be at these levels in December.
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