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#616 gruff

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Posted 15 December 2003 - 01:24 AM

[snip]and only lurk around for the intellectual content obtained herein--[snip]

BD,

I can't help ye with dat intellectual stuff... I'm just a humble line drawing type B)

Yr apology is accepted, though... and, pls accept mine... I now see yr *previous* apology - posted before my response. Ah, well... I decided it was time to start 'sticking up for myself' last night... and ye just happened to be de first to post something dat could be construed as being 'against' me.

I'm mad as hell! And, I'm not gonna take dis anymore! lol :(

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I DONT KNOW STATS FROM MY A**-BUT I THINK THAT THE UNIVERSE OF DISCOURSE REDUCES TO THE TIMES WHEN THE DOW WAS DOWN THREE YEARS IN A ROW THE ONLY TIME WHEN FOUR IS EVEN POSSIBLE-- SOOOOO
IF IN THE ENTIRE HISTORY OF TH EDOW 3 YEARS IN ROW ONLY HAPPENED ONE TIME THE CHANCES OF FOUR SERIAL DOWN YEARS IN A ROW AT THIS TIME IS %50 FIFTY PERCENT--

BELIEVE IT OR NOT--I DONT BELIEVE IT---WHO NEEDS YOUR ADVICE


The above msg begins with "GRUFF" and ends with "WHO NEEDS YOUR ADVICE"
I am NOT a Merkin, and if there was some subtle reference to 'Ripley's Believe It or Not' then I missed it... butt, I believe y'all ;)

Anyway, here's a chart to gladden de bears... I knew I had be bugger somewhere on my computer's hard-drive... it just took me quite some time to find it! :rolleyes: De chart's a bit out of date, so I suppose we shouldna attach too much significance to de FACT dat it bounced up off of dat 7500-ish level in Mar-03 :ph34r:

Maybe the chart will more-or-less repeat what it did at last century-turn? Spike1 (1900), then a relatively slight decline (1903), followed by higher highs <gasp> - leading to a Spike2 (1906) - before a final retrace to de lower trendline (1920)?

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Posted 15 December 2003 - 01:42 AM

Just emailed a Honey Carrot Soup recipe to babybear. But for all you chefs out there I threw my cookbooks away. I use Ichef.com you can search by dish or by ingedients and it brings up 100's of recipes. I also use the Adkins recipes at

http://atkins.com/index.html

http://www.my-meals....?RecipeID=28203

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Thanks Sleddog, I just saw I have a new message. Now, can someone pm me an answer to my questions on bid size. I'd be ever so greatful, and then some.

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Posted 15 December 2003 - 01:55 AM

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bid size
The number of shares that are being offered for purchase at the bid price, often expressed in terms of hundreds of shares. Some traders try to use the bid size and ask size to measure impending short term upward or downward pressure on the stock's price. This can work for stocks on exchanges such as NYSE and AMEX, but is far less useful on Nasdaq, which has market makers ready to buy and sell shares, rather than specialists who balance books of buy and sell orders.

http://www.investorw...2/bid_size.html

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Posted 15 December 2003 - 02:20 AM

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bid size
The number of shares that are being offered for purchase at the bid price, often expressed in terms of hundreds of shares. Some traders try to use the bid size and ask size to measure impending short term upward or downward pressure on the stock's price. This can work for stocks on exchanges such as NYSE and AMEX, but is far less useful on Nasdaq, which has market makers ready to buy and sell shares, rather than specialists who balance books of buy and sell orders.

http://www.investorw...2/bid_size.html

Thank you, that's very helpful--also bookmarked the site for future questions.

At Scottrade I've been watching the bid and ask sizes this week (along with the identities, which mean nothing to me). Just making up these numbers now but, if CDE is showing a bid of 5.05 and an ask of 5.06, and the bid and ask size box shows 721 X 13, that would indicate that traders wish to buy approx 72100 at 5.05 and that traders wish to sell 1300 at 5.06?

It changes so rapidly, I'm not really attempting to do anything with it now but--it would seem that traders can do something with the information since the information is supplied.

I'm sure everyone is beddy bye now for the big day tomorrow but if this interpretation is wrong, can someone just post a simple "wrong"? Much appreciated.

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Also, I remember reading here or at intraday how important mon and tues would be (don't know why but that's what you guys said)--now the big new of the capture--any relation?

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Posted 15 December 2003 - 02:24 AM

$SPX has a 161.8% retracement of the recent 13-day cycle high to low at 1087.5. I have a Fibonacci fan line from the previous 13-day cycle low at 1032 to the recent cycle top at 1074, not the new one that was double topping, crossing through the 161.8% retracement at the same 1087.5. Just above that I have a Fibonacci memorex fan line from the past due to intersect price at 1090-1091

It would seem that this 1090-1091 cash index Fib line has curbed the enthusiasm in the fucutures somewhat, given the premium thingy?

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Posted 15 December 2003 - 02:24 AM

Also, anyone know good spices for carrot soup? (Only if you have time, of course.)

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Posted 15 December 2003 - 02:25 AM

Yes I agree that if it was not for the internet we would not be talking to each other...Unfortunately the jig was up 40 years ago...It is just becoming apparent now...

We are a very small part of humanity the reality is everyone else is unsaveable...too far gone or corrupted...

No one wants to accept this...or they would have to act responsible...any serious logical study of the system exposes the truth that it is not responsible but absolute...It is a criminal system...based on the perpetuation of the tyranny of lies...Or reason.

The tyranny of truth is based on logic and is inescapable...

The tyranny of lies is what people escape to to escape the tyranny of truth...

Certain self destruction...without question or doubt

The basic mechanics of the system logically dictate that it will always implode...it is inevitable...It was inevitable now just as it was 40 years ago or 100 or 1000...

Whether I exist or not or you think so or not...

The hardest part to come to grips with is the fact that you will be alive when it takes place...there is no escape from the tyranny of truth...
"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...

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Posted 15 December 2003 - 02:29 AM

Paris just opened DOWN 23 points?

Why would the French market tank on news of Saddam capture?

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Posted 15 December 2003 - 02:32 AM

$SPX has a 161.8% retracement of the recent 13-day cycle high to low at 1087.5. I have a Fibonacci fan line from the previous 13-day cycle low at 1032 to the recent cycle top at 1074, not the new one that was double topping, crossing through the 161.8% retracement at the same 1087.5. Just above that I have a Fibonacci memorex fan line from the past due to intersect price at 1090-1091

It would seem that this 1090-1091 cash index Fib line has curbed the enthusiasm in the fucutures somewhat, given the premium thingy?

GM,

Looking at yr chart... it appears dat there is a line for every conceivable price level that has occurred over past seveRal months, and for every price level dat is likely to occur over next seveRal months. I wonder how ye manage to pick one line/level as being more significant than another? (In advance, ofkorse).

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Posted 15 December 2003 - 02:33 AM

only thing I can think of Shorty, is that anything which boosts Shrub is gonna make it harder for -their- oil-co's and bondholders to rake it in.

also, they've got a problem today with their big utility having to pay out some billions amount...and EU consitution, summit, etc. was big deal there.

otherwise, i dunno why! :lol:

gold was dropping fast, but whew...seems to have turned around now...

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Posted 15 December 2003 - 02:52 AM

anyone have the range for globex ( spoos) ? thanks
""Pretty bubbleheads preen daily on our financial networks, playing the shill to Wall Street and Washington in order to lure unsuspecting Americans into buying insanely overvalued stocks. The great market exchanges, once prudent arenas of investment where the engine of capitalism traded value for value, have become sham casinos staggering under decades of massive Fed created debt and lurching into oblivion on the greater fool theory. Yet our high level bureaucrats, led by Alan Greenspan, exhort all Americans to consume still more of their seed corn and seek still more fools." N. Hultberg

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Posted 15 December 2003 - 02:56 AM

Paris just opened DOWN 23 points?

Why would the French market tank on news of Saddam capture?

He was their best pal in the Middle East.

Now there is no chance of his return to power and new "pay back" contracts for French industry.

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"You can fool some of the people all of the time."
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"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."
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Posted 15 December 2003 - 02:58 AM

NEW YORK (Reuters) - International Business Machines Corp., the world's largest computer company, will move the work of as many of 4,730 U.S. software programers to India, China and elsewhere, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday. The unannounced plan, which the newspaper said it viewed in company documents, would replace thousands of workers at IBM facilities in Southbury, Connecticut, Poughkeepsie in New York, Raleigh, North Carolina, Dallas, Boulder in Colorado, and elsewhere in the United States

http://biz.yahoo.com...tech_ibm_1.html

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Posted 15 December 2003 - 02:58 AM

last 1086.75 +12.75
open 1087.25
high 1090.25
low 1086.75

all the night stops are already blown out, day stops go on the open

then, believe it or not, chance of a free fall

EVERYONE is expecting sure-thing rally tomorrow

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Posted 15 December 2003 - 03:02 AM

NEW YORK (Reuters) - International Business Machines Corp., the world's largest computer company, will move the work of as many of 4,730 U.S. software programers to India, China and elsewhere, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday. The unannounced plan, which the newspaper said it viewed in company documents, would replace thousands of workers at IBM facilities in Southbury, Connecticut, Poughkeepsie in New York, Raleigh, North Carolina, Dallas, Boulder in Colorado, and elsewhere in the United States

http://biz.yahoo.com...tech_ibm_1.html

article says the soon-to-be-eating-dirt-at-Walmart former IBM employees will be forced to train their replacements!

who get flown over here busines class by IBM, put up in hotel, meals, per diem, etc.

then flown back to India to start collecting the paychecks of the poor IBM slobs who thought all that computer study would pay off in a good career

they should have got GOVERNMENT jobs with PENSIONS

U.S. middle class PRIVATE sector is gone





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