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Damien Rice

 

Stones taught me to fly

Love, it taught me to lie

Life, it taught me to die

Fed taught me to buy

So it's not hard to fall

When you float like a cannonball

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The Gannerator spat out another couple price/time squares today. We've had a few this week.

 

Price/time squares are typically where a trend would reverse (or sometimes accelerate).

 

I need more time with it to understand how rare it is to have this many in a few consecutive trading days.

 

Hopefully it's rare. Heh.

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Lots of volume on the NYSE

http://stockcharts.com/charts/gallery.html?$NYA

 

A few blow offs, eg

http://stockcharts.com/charts/gallery.html?DBB (Cu Al Zn)

 

Tech was sold, makes a change

 

I guess oil and the oils could still do well ? (not sure though)

 

funnymentals still poor

EuroZones July PMI Services, 45.7

U.S. July ISM services 46.4, employment index, 41.5

 

SnPee PE ratio over 700 for GAAP

Cisco posts 46% drop in quarterly profit

 

lots and lots of calls bought even as the markets fell in the morning

ISEE 10-Day Moving Average 125

 

and I guess I'd be surprised if we didn't see SPX 1014 or 1121

 

SPX Fib 0.328 = 1014

SPX Fib 0.5 = 1121

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The Gannerator spat out another couple price/time squares today. We've had a few this week.

 

I need more time with it to understand how rare it is to have this many in a few consecutive trading days.

 

Hopefully it's rare. Heh.

 

Bob Pissonme said that all of the Gubermint owned

(AIG, FRE,FNM) stocks were up big today.

He forgot to mention the trading arm of the gubermint

GS.The guy on Lost Money said that institutional

money was flowing into Goldman big time today. Maybe they are figuring

out its good to be in a stock that risk is rewarded

every time,and if they are wrong they are first at

the taxpayer bailout trough.Its great to be king!

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Bob Pissonme said that all of the Gubermint owned

(AIG, FRE,FNM) stocks were up big today.

He forgot to mention the trading arm of the gubermint

GS.The guy on Lost Money said that institutional

money was flowing into Goldman big time today. Maybe they are figuring

out its good to be in a stock that risk is rewarded

every time,and if they are wrong they are first at

the taxpayer bailout trough.Its great to be king!

Goldie Lookin Sacks reclaims pre-crash levels.

 

Thank God for that. I was beginning to think our tax dollars had been totally wasted.

 

10&comp=NO_SYMBOL_CHOSEN&nosettings=1&rand=9482&mocktick=1

 

IMHO this vampire squid thing is a microcosm of the entire system. It is going to end extremely badly.

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Speaking of ending badly, anyone got a take on the historical accuracy of predictive linguistics outfit Half Past Human?

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Goldie Lookin Sacks reclaims pre-crash levels.

 

Thank God for that. I was beginning to think our tax dollars had been totally wasted.

 

10&comp=NO_SYMBOL_CHOSEN&nosettings=1&rand=9482&mocktick=1

 

IMHO this vampire squid thing is a microcosm of the entire system. It is going to end extremely badly.

 

I couldn't agree more about it ending badly.

The question is how long can they keep the wheels on

and will it end in inflation,deflation or stagflation.

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I'll skip to the punch line.

 

Out of curiosity I stumped up 10 bucks for the latest report from HPH (they trawl vast amounts of internet linguistic data for predictive purposes).

 

Their take on the next several years is pretty traumatic. It involves a multiplicity of global crises, coming to a theater near you, beginning this fall.

 

I'm not into spreading the fear vibe. In fact, transcending that is really the only way forward.

 

But I was curious about their track record. I'm pretty sure Hulbert doesn't cover them.

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Cisco takin the pipe in AH.

butt ain't she a Dow CONponent now?

 

they gotta prop 'er

 

they just gotta :lol:

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Can you feel the excitement? They estimate that the Treasury will need to borrow ONLY $568 billion in the current quarter. Let the good times roll!

well that's only another $259 Million per hour of additional indebtedness

 

not a problem :wacko:

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I'll skip to the punch line.

 

Out of curiosity I stumped up 10 bucks for the latest report from HPH (they trawl vast amounts of internet linguistic data for predictive purposes).

 

Their take on the next several years is pretty traumatic. It involves a multiplicity of global crises, coming to a theater near you, beginning this fall.

 

hmmm, SPX 2000+ easy then

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hmmm, SPX 2000+ easy then

Without sharing too much copyrighted content, the dataset analysis includes massive inflation in food and winter fuel costs, combined with 'crushing deflation' elsewhere, especially housing. A currency/commodity crisis in the earlier fall becomes a full-blown Death Of The Dollar international crisis in Nov.

 

That's just the beginning.

 

Anyway, link is above. It's just 10 bucks, if you need a reason for a stiff drink.

 

/tinfoil

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massive inflation in food and winter fuel costs, combined with 'crushing deflation' elsewhere, especially housing.

butt my Reamtor says it's a great time to buy buy buy

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