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B4 The Bell Frieday September 24

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didja notice Froohlick in his striped suit, striped shirt and checkered tie, he looked like a Harp.?

Froehlich, the PhD of Whoring & Shilling, used most of his time on Squawk to pump commodities. What he didn't mention, nor did any of the Squawk lackeys, was that his firm, Scudder, just IPO'd TODAY, their Global Commodities Fund (GCS).

 

Later Piss-On-Me used his entire report to tout this fund. The blatant corruption on Crapvision knows no bounds.

Man, I wondered about that! Now I know.

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FNM fell to a 13-month low today.

 

However -- since this is obviously a "national security" issue (wink, wink) -- unconventional measures may be required to reliquify the agency paper market. :(

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nice normal moves...someone just inked a deal to tap into to the SPR, and of course more deals will be announced whenever 990N needs a good stick save at critical support.

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didja notice Froohlick in his striped suit, striped shirt and checkered tie, he looked like a Harp.?

Froehlich, the PhD of Whoring & Shilling, used most of his time on Squawk to pump commodities. What he didn't mention, nor did any of the Squawk lackeys, was that his firm, Scudder, just IPO'd TODAY, their Global Commodities Fund (GCS).

 

Later Piss-On-Me used his entire report to tout this fund. The blatant corruption on Crapvision knows no bounds.

Man, I wondered about that! Now I know.

I went through the details on that fund. It makes no sense for the investor. You start off 5% in the hole with the sales and underwriting fees. There is little or no yield. Closed-end typically employ leverage that enables them to enhance performance. These guys don't.

There are good managers in the commodity fund arena with good track records. This thing just looks like theft to me.

Good for the firm, good for the broker. I guess they figure 2 out of 3 isn't bad.

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OK-opening in 7 minutes and running all the way to the bell-should be our way the cluster crossover kicks in at the bottom of the hour and stays in till the bell-Helmets on, Buckle up! ;)

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thanks Al...was it good for you?

"You sure you've got the whole fist up there, doc?" :huh:

On a 5min Nasty it looks like da finga :lol:

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