We are paying the price FUR British FUReign policy in the Mideast with this present war.
Yep. Agree strongly with that.
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Posted 14 March 2003 - 02:59 AM
Yep. Agree strongly with that.
Posted 14 March 2003 - 03:02 AM
Fine, my brother. 100%
Meanwhile...all the girls are asleep. And, its all about poof: Club $80K-24hrs, Club WiFi, Club Havana, 78 degrees and the calm breeze of the G of M.
For now, I'm a DAYTRIPPER but I couldn't macro-agree with you more.
Posted 14 March 2003 - 03:10 AM
Tanks for response. I believe we in de same neck-of-woods? How about an ale Mon/Tue next week? PM me if interested.
Posted 14 March 2003 - 03:12 AM
All other points well taken. Knowing why is no basis for trading. It just makes it interesting along the way.
Posted 14 March 2003 - 04:02 AM
A short read is "The Global Impact of the Great Depression", Dietmar Rothermund, 1996, ~160 pages. Rothermund specialized in the history of modern India.
Turns out the Brits did quite well, relatively speaking, but at the price of protectionist circling of the Imperial Commonwealth wagons (the Sterling Bloc), which broke down global trade.
They supported sterling by sucking a ton of gold out of India, from the jewelry of Indian peasant women.
Posted 14 March 2003 - 07:10 AM
figured i'd have a couple coffees and see what exchange of market ideas i missed last night. i appear to have stumbled into political stool, must be my mistake.
Quod Severis Metes
Your life is the sum of a remainder of an unbalanced equation inherent to the programming of the Matrix. You are the eventuality of an internal anomaly, which despite my sincerest efforts, I have been unable to eliminate from what is otherwise a harmony of mathematical precision. While it remains a burden assiduously avoided, it is not unexpected, and thus not beyond a measure of control. Which has led you, inexorably, here.
You haven't answered my question.
Quite right. Interesting. That was quicker than the others.
Posted 14 March 2003 - 07:26 AM
Sorry about that phat, took a while to get rid of the clutter around here......
For all you Francophiles-
If you want to change the subject in a thread. START A NEW THREAD!
If I messed up someone's on topic post, I apologize, it was unintentional.
"Americans can always be counted on to do the right thing...after they have exhausted all other possibilities."
"You can fool some of the people all of the time."
"I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies. If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around the banks will deprive the people of all property until their children wake-up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered."
Posted 14 March 2003 - 08:24 AM
Props to SI/Shack/Juergen/Mathias
NDX E-Wave update:
Yesterday Onischka forecasted upside targets of 979, 984 and 994 which were reached and overbid significantly. Meanwhile the NDX trades near the important resistance on daily basis (around 1.030). Here Onischka sees the 100%-extension of the last up-wave since mid February and the limitation of the downtrend since last December. A significant break would signal that the large wave C has started.
Very short term:
Onischka sees a short term top at 1.032 (see chart). In case of a failure at 1.030 Onischka expects a downmove to 950. A first correction target would be 994. Very short term two small subwaves are missing: a mini-correction to max 1.010/11 followed by a rise to around 1.031 would be ideal.
Posted 14 March 2003 - 08:43 AM
DOW DATA SINCE 1900
The chart of the 100 years of DOW data that Aussiebear provided shows that the 20 years to 2000 was the steepest straightest bull market in the last 100 years.
After such a great bull there has to be an equally great bear dont you think???
Posted 14 March 2003 - 09:47 AM
Studs Trekel's book The Oral History of Great Depression, i believe it is called, will give you a human perspective of the pain felt amongst the citizens of the US. IMO, history is not about facts and figures or political or economic debates that history books can manipulate, but the feeling of the times related by the masses.
Posted 14 March 2003 - 09:59 AM
I guess Mark got his Repo Blast. Or was that a bunch of Bears stampeding for the woods all at once? According to Crapvision this AM, it was the latter.
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