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Apparently that's what investors and short sellers ( who drove today's rally no doubt) think of Mr. Geithner.

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Apparently that's what investors and short sellers ( who drove today's rally no doubt) think of Mr. Geithner.

 

A new leader

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Apparently that's what investors and short sellers ( who drove today's rally no doubt) think of Mr. Geithner.

 

 

Apparently the heavy drinking started before they got the Billary Clinton news!

:blink: :blink:

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I have been trading equities since 1985 on a daily basis, including 13 years as a specialist on a regional exchange. This is the most fornicated market action I have seen. Loads of fun, eh?!

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Schiff sounding ultra perma bearish on gloomberg and this time around he's right!

 

He's still talking hyperinflation and the other guys are still laughing on his face. Some things never change.

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At 12:42PM EST the Dow was at about 7,700......and I wrote....

 

I vote for melt up close to 8,000+

 

What happened after that?

 

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Another "Predict-O-Ball " winner, winner, chicken dinner!!!

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At 12:42PM EST the Dow was at about 7,700......and I wrote....

 

 

 

What happened after that?

 

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Another "Predict-O-Ball " winner, winner, chicken dinner!!!

Superb call.

I paid homage to it at the end of IDS.

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Superb call.

I paid homage to it at the end of IDS.

 

Yep, someone snapped this anonymous pic of you when it popped the 8,000 cherry this afternoon... ;)

 

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Apparently that's what investors and short sellers ( who drove today's rally no doubt) think of Mr. Geithner.

a CFR Fed fox ushered directly into the U.S. Treasury henhouse

 

the future draws nearer

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maSSes reamwarded with a token 500-pernt Geithner showgoose

 

like a fifty tossed on the hotel room dresser while zipping up pants

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Finally fixed my friggin' avatar.....had to go through the old "profile" method.....duh!!?!?!?!

 

Damn it!!!

 

Didn't work!!!

 

Oh, wait it did...thank God!!!

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maSSes reamwarded with a token 500-pernt Geithner showgoose

 

like a fifty tossed on the hotel room dresser while zipping up pants

:lol:

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hmmmm, on the same day as the ushering

 

Gold laSSt 800.90

 

SPoozer settle 800.03

 

significant crossover?

 

coincidence, I guess

 

NOT :ph34r:

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(11-21) 11:19 PST SACRAMENTO -- California's unemployment rate jumped to 8.2 percent in October and employers cut 26,400 nonfarm payroll jobs as the global financial crisis punished the state and exacted its heaviest toll on the struggling Central Valley.

 

Although the Bay Area continues to suffer job losses, the report issued today by the state Employment Development Department shows that this region is somewhat sheltered from financial havoc that caused the statewide unemployment rate to jump from 7.7 percent in September.

 

In San Francisco County, for instance, unemployment stood at 6 percent in October, while in San Mateo County the rate was 5.4 percent. Alameda and Contra Costa, two counties more heavily exposed to the housing boom and bust, had unemployment rates of 7.1 percent and 7 percent, respectively, in October.

 

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