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aussiebear

IDS World Markets Tues 18th September 07

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Mr. Market...efff off...

 

Crazy8.....very nice....

 

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Damn it!!!

 

I thought I told my girlfriend to keep that picture of me off the internets :huh: ....I can't believe it is showing up again.....

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This is a 6 month cycle thrust day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unless they reverse it tomorrow.

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Ben was only going to cut 25bps until he heard greenie say that the housing bubble wasn't his fault. He figured he could destroy the dollar and cause hyper inflation and when his memoirs are released he can deny it!

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Haven't heard anything from LeeWhee this morning......I wonder what he's doing...

 

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Will not be shock to see a close at 14K by this Friday.

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Pssssshhhhhhhht. 10 more minutes should do it. Tomorrow looks more of the same. This is the biggest gift to equities ever. And exactly so now all the Joe6 401K's can get a boost. Credit Crunch swept under the table (for now).

 

See you in 6 or 8 months when the infation poop hits the fan. But for now it's party like it's 1999.

 

:)

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I'm close to giving up and just becoming a Joe Six Pack...and I don't even drink.  :mellow:

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One question that someone might have for Hammerin Hank/Pat "If the underLYING eCONomy is so strong why did Ben have to cut rates by 50 basis points. You were'nt lying were you?

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Short ES at 1531.25

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Added more at 1534..

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spy poots here, sept and dec. :D

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CRAP!!!!

 

You know that little back & forth between Paulson, Bernake and Blankfien I posted earlier today?

 

Well, now there is an unmarked black car and a NJ State Police car outside my house..... :ph34r:

 

Sh!t!!!!

 

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After a move like today, there will be some backing and filling, but like I said the other day, the worm has turned.

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My long stops are 1530 futures. Global markets tonight will git in on the party.

 

Get your Nas futures while you can! They won't Last!

 

(Edit: only 2060, hurry)

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CAVEAT - This goes only to theory and is not in any way directed at any individual.

 

Can we now in THEORY say that using fractals as a PREDICTION method does not seem to work?

 

(I am not saying that looking back in history that one can not find two periods with similar characteristics, but that is a historical analysis not a predictive analysis.)

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CRAP!!!!

 

You know that little back & forth between Paulson, Bernake and Blankfien I posted earlier today?

 

Well, now there is an unmarked black car and a NJ State Police car outside my house..... :ph34r:

 

Sh!t!!!!

 

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Yea, with the year you are having....this will be the cop that handcuffs you... :rolleyes:

 

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