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Anals subscribators know that the Fed reports the level of consumer loans in the banking system on a weekly basis, because Doc reports on it in the Fed Releases updates every Saturday morning. Each week Doc shows you the Fed's pretty chart, and then tells you what it means. The flattening of retail sales comes as NO SURPRISE to Stoolies in the know. If you want history, read the Wall Street Whorenal. If you want REAL TIME INSIGHTS, if you want to know what's happening deep in the bowels of the financial world before it sees the light of day in the mainstream financial infomercial media, take a subscribatory to the Anals of Stock Proctology! Download the really big stuff when it will do you some good! Not when it's too late, and everyone else knows about it. Don't be taken by surprise! Don't be embarrassed by being the last to know!

You forget to mention your cmap of oil, put out some months ago, showing a target of $53 - at a time when the pun-dits where looking down. ;)

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Doc,

 

Shouldn't your title be "Chief of Stock Neuro Proctology" ?

 

 

Helping to get investors head out of their azzes.

 

:D

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I don't know about gerbils, but for really fast relief of your trading blocks, take a subscribatory to the Anals now!

May the fist be with you. :lol:

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I like it! Neuroproctology, or should it be Proctoneurology? Proctopsychology? Psychoproctology?

 

I like that last one! Has a Gene Wilder ring to it. It's aliiiiiiivvvveeee!!!!!

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MH,

 

The excitement at Stooltown grows.

Soon we'll be in our loincloths, trance-dancing round and thru the fire ... :o

 

(I'm painting my face now)

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8:05 [WMT] Wal-Mart up 41c, or 0.8%, at $52.04 in pre-open (WTF)

 

8:04 [HPQ] Hewlett-Packard down $1.52, or 7.8%, at $18 in pre-open

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South Korea's decision to cut interest rates, two days after the U.S. Federal Reserve raised borrowing costs, reflects a slump in consumer demand caused by rising fuel prices and credit-card debts. Central bankers in South Korea, Japan and India this week said they are more concerned by the impact of record crude oil prices on growth than inflation.

 

Park Seung cuts a big one

 

Did Al go the wrong way? You betcha. Why? Because the stupidity is strong and getting stronger. I still have to wonder just how much of their own crap the govt. and the fed actually believe. Belief in a lie will prove to be their downfall.

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South Korea's decision to cut interest rates, two days after the U.S. Federal Reserve raised borrowing costs, reflects a slump in consumer demand caused by rising fuel prices and credit-card debts. Central bankers in South Korea, Japan and India this week said they are more concerned by the impact of record crude oil prices on growth than inflation.

 

Park Seung cuts a big one

 

Did Al go the wrong way? You betcha. Why? Because the stupidity is strong and getting stronger. I still have to wonder just how much of their own crap the govt. and the fed actually believe. Belief in a lie will prove to be their downfall.

Probably go down in the history books as Economists Rule No.1----

 

Don't try to lie your way out of a recession!

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South Korea's decision to cut interest rates, two days after the U.S. Federal Reserve raised borrowing costs, reflects a slump in consumer demand caused by rising fuel prices and credit-card debts. Central bankers in South Korea, Japan and India this week said they are more concerned by the impact of record crude oil prices on growth than inflation.

 

Park Seung cuts a big one

 

Did Al go the wrong way? You betcha. Why? Because the stupidity is strong and getting stronger. I still have to wonder just how much of their own crap the govt. and the fed actually believe. Belief in a lie will prove to be their downfall.

They chose a strategy of lies and deception and all agreed they would have to perpetuate the myth and stick with the plan no matter what. Happy talk - media control, and data manipulation (they felt) could overcome reality.

 

Remember the Iraqi Information Minister who defiantly proclaimed on live television that the devil infadel invaders were being defeated - as tanks were rolling up the street toward him just a few blocks away?

 

The image of the band playing aboard the Titanic until such time as their instruments were submerged in sea water might be another appropriate analogy.

 

Hey, Al...where do you want these deck chairs?

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Retail sales sucked...but they revised last month upward to compensate.

 

Jobless claims improved.

 

Uh huh...sure.

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8:29 U.S. weekly jobless claims down 4,000 to 333,000

8:29 U.S. 4-week avg. jobless claims down 4,250 to 339,250

8:29 U.S. July retail sales up 0.7% vs. 1.1% expected

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