Friggin thing is all managed short term. Bears farting all over the news at the close sets up a typical bounce next week. Down into OE usually means up the following week. This per forensic analysis. Flush out weak hands, scare off participants, rob and mug hapless bit players than buy the bottom of the bounce. Set up technical breakdowns everywhere, get Prechter crawling back out thru the woodwork, than body slam him to the concrete when you throw the whole rigged magic act into reverse yet again. Without a Sigma 10 or some sudden revelation, any pull back at this point should be aggressively managed North for a good political close over 10,000 by the Hoods and Operators in my opinion. Happy New Year, buddha
Unless their ability to play around at this level is over...
Wait and watch...the last of the buy and hold lifesavings money ran out in 2000...now we have a majority of riverboaters with out a constant massive influx of dumb money to eat up profit taking the stock market welfare system will run into problems...
I value your opinion... But this has to end then resume going up forever or the only leg which the second half recovery into the new bull market psychological bubble is standing on will vaporize...
"We are completely dependant on the commercial banks. Someone has to borrow every dollar we have in circulation, cash or credit. If the banks create ample synthetic money (at the request of the consumer) we are prosperous; if not, we starve. We are absolutely without a permanent money system.... It is the most important subject intelligent persons can investigate and reflect upon. It is so important that our present civilization may collapse unless it becomes widely understood and the defects remedied very soon." --Robert H. Hemphill, Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank,1938...
Budda, Budda, budda- I agree with you that Da Boyz are lying, scheming, pricks as you always point out. But hey the diatribe about how "THEY" will always hold the market up is wearing thin. We have had many rallies and Many dec lines since the top, this rally being the longest but far, far from the strongest. It is now over Rover and by year end we will set a new year low, plus old bean if the pig men were 1/2 as strong as you post about we'd be in a new Bull wouldn't we instead we are at the edge of the chasm as we should be after the longest rally of the Bear-Trade Safe-luck with the divorcee!
Anyone familiar with the Kurt Vonnegut short story, "Mr. Foster's Portfolio"? The story describes an archtypical anal compulsive nerd, whose life is entirely organized and conservative. But the punchline occurs when Fred Foster is found to slip out every Friday night, and performs at the local honky tonk on the piano as "Firehouse Freddy". (Well, you have to read the story to get the effect.)
I said all that to introduce my theory that mo mo monkey is really the wild side of Dr. Bontchev.
(on a site based upon scatalogical parody, I find it incredible that some of the sharpest stoolies don't always understand Shtick.)
Been thinking about what the mo-fo monkey said earlier. Apparently he missed the best of all rallies - the gold rally - and then he comes here and taunts goldmember for getting stuck with gold shares when it was goldmember, if you remember, who warned us that gold was due for a correction.
The top was called Aug 9 at HUI 177. The HUI since then reached 213.88, and has only corrected to 191.68. Accurate call, or not ?
from now on Tom o'brien is our enemy. Dont mess wid da stool Tommy boy!
Tommy boy, why do you have such a wingohockingmoyamensinged up format for your radio show? I cant listen to it! The foramt is something like www.igrowllikeatigerbutmostofthetimeitellshit.brn. or so, correct that Tommy Boy! Growwwwwwwwl!
That's great. Publicity is good. It cuts both ways. Negative publicity is good. Postive publicity is good. Being controversial is good.
If O'Brain said that (Unsolicited comment?), aside from it being not true, if it works out that the market does crash, Doc will be recognized as a prophet. (without honor of course)
And if it doesn't work out, like I said it's not true anyway...well not entirely, even if there is a kernel of truth to it. I have said that the prerequisites for a crash exist. I have compared the market to 1987 and 1929, but I never said the market WILL crash. Right? That said, I think the potential for a crash is as high as I have ever seen. There, all bases covered.
So whoever the stoolie was who called the show, much ass grassy ass. Keep up the good work!
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