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#61 K Wave Rider

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Posted 20 September 2009 - 05:48 PM

I mentioned it a week or two ago, but I'll say it again, Someone is betting that WFC get's pole-axed in Oct, open interest on the right, strike on the left
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21.00 WFCVJ.X 0.10 0.05 0.05 0.10 686 10,465
22.50 WFCVX.X 0.15 0.00 0.10 0.15 2,387 30,613
24.00 FHUVX.X 0.30 0.05 0.25 0.30 9,719 148,488
25.00 FHUVY.X 0.40 0.03 0.35 0.40 7,860 51,037
26.00 FHUVZ.X 0.55 0.00 0.50 0.60 4,366 16,925
27.00 FHUVA.X 0.85 0.05 0.80 0.85 48,551 167,080
28.00 FHUVB.X 1.20 0.05 1.15 1.25 5,714 13,219
29.00 FHUVC.X 1.65 0.05 1.65 1.75 1,034 5,775



Some "alarming" numbers being posted at Wells....

90 day+ delinquencies running at 300% of national average...

http://wlmlab.com/bk...&...fm&met=loan

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Posted 20 September 2009 - 06:08 PM

Some "alarming" numbers being posted at Wells....

90 day+ delinquencies running at 300% of national average...

http://wlmlab.com/bk...&...fm&met=loan



Even Dick "Bag" Bove is blowing the whistle on this one...

As we wrote earlier this week, outside experts hired by Wells Fargo to examine its books are reportedly shocked at the bank’s exposure to derivatives trades it took on when it acquired Wachovia, fearing these may trigger huge losses at the bank.
And now Dick Bove is also worried about the bank, seeing a “volcano, with numbers of tremors, that is possibly about to blow.
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http://www.businessi...-explode-2009-9

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Posted 20 September 2009 - 06:27 PM

Call papa johns:

http://bankimplode.c...bomb-exclusive/
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Posted 20 September 2009 - 06:50 PM

Asian Economies Gradually Decoupling From US Economy

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Based on 3 ETFS: AAXJ, DOG and WIP.

Although unrelated, I would also throw JNK into the mix...
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Posted 20 September 2009 - 06:56 PM

For cryin' out loud, when I was growing up in the '70's we used run our sh*t into the ground.....no more shade tree mechanics...the only way a car ever made it to the junk yard was because of an accident that totaled the car

On "rare" occasion did a family have the 'jing to buy a new car.....and then everyone would stand around and admire the new baby


LOL here.

I am not as old as you, but I remember my high school days about 18+ years ago. There was the parking lot closer to the school where the teachers and staff parked. Then there was the pasture where the students parked which was full of cars that barely ran, parts held together by duct tape, bailing twine, or chicken wire, bad or missing mufflers, missing quarter panels etc.... I drove an old truck to school. Every morning I would have the hood up spraying ether into the carb to get it to start. If the truck sat more then ten hours this had to be done or you would wear the battery down trying to get the POS to start. I remember vividly trying to get this thing to start after a baseball game. I had poured too much ether, gasoline and Everclear (commercial moonshine) into the carb and caused a minor explosion in which the entire engine compartment caught fire. A friend of mine was turning her over and I was unfortunate enough to have my eyebrows singed but fortunate to have my face. Anyway, at the time, I felt lucky to even have a vehicle to drive. Heck, this POS didn't even have power steering, was a stick (which made it harder to drink beer and drive at the same time), vinyl seats (the girls hated it), backfired, and deiseled uncontrollably. For some reason, I liked this POS and it was much better than riding a bicycle.


Fastfoward to today:

The student parking lot of the local high school down the road is filled with new leased by the parent cars, BMW's, convertibles etc. A friend of the family had a daughter who began driving a few years ago. Her grandpa found a great deal on an old Honda Civic that was about ten years old but was in great condition. He bought the thing and gave it to her. She drove it for about one month and refused to drive it anymore because she was embarrassed, it was beneath her and probably clashed greatly with the other cars in the student parking lot. Eventually, her dad got her a newer, classier, car.
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Posted 20 September 2009 - 08:38 PM

Is this going to hit gold hard on Monday?

http://www.news.com....779-951,00.html

THE International Monetary Fund will sell 403.3 tonnes of its gold reserves, worth an estimated $A15 billion, to provide loans to poor countries and shore up its finances.
While the fund's executive board said it decided on Friday to sell its stocks in a way that would not disrupt commodity markets, gold prices are expected to be hit hard.



Probably not, according to Mr Sinclair. I will be sold to a government such as China at a negotiated price. 13 bil US is walking around money for the Chinese. :wacko:

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Posted 20 September 2009 - 08:43 PM

Word.


oops, except that what I meant was "although I think those classes that will continue to INFLATE will narrow considerably at some point in 2010." I typed deflate instead. Are you in concurrence with the former or the latter, having misunderstood my meaning in the misstatement of said meaning?

Knowwhadduhmean? :lol:

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Posted 20 September 2009 - 08:44 PM

In re the IMF gold sales - Parler est le moin cher.

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Posted 20 September 2009 - 09:12 PM

LOL here.

I am not as old as you, but I remember my high school days about 18+ years ago. There was the parking lot closer to the school where the teachers and staff parked. Then there was the pasture where the students parked which was full of cars that barely ran, parts held together by duct tape, bailing twine, or chicken wire, bad or missing mufflers, missing quarter panels etc.... I drove an old truck to school. Every morning I would have the hood up spraying ether into the carb to get it to start. If the truck sat more then ten hours this had to be done or you would wear the battery down trying to get the POS to start. I remember vividly trying to get this thing to start after a baseball game. I had poured too much ether, gasoline and Everclear (commercial moonshine) into the carb and caused a minor explosion in which the entire engine compartment caught fire. A friend of mine was turning her over and I was unfortunate enough to have my eyebrows singed but fortunate to have my face. Anyway, at the time, I felt lucky to even have a vehicle to drive. Heck, this POS didn't even have power steering, was a stick (which made it harder to drink beer and drive at the same time), vinyl seats (the girls hated it), backfired, and deiseled uncontrollably. For some reason, I liked this POS and it was much better than riding a bicycle.


Fastfoward to today:

The student parking lot of the local high school down the road is filled with new leased by the parent cars, BMW's, convertibles etc. A friend of the family had a daughter who began driving a few years ago. Her grandpa found a great deal on an old Honda Civic that was about ten years old but was in great condition. He bought the thing and gave it to her. She drove it for about one month and refused to drive it anymore because she was embarrassed, it was beneath her and probably clashed greatly with the other cars in the student parking lot. Eventually, her dad got her a newer, classier, car.



HAHAA, I hear ya! I started driving in '94 and my first car was a white '79 Pinto with a blue front quarter panel and rust all over. Paid $150 for that thing and was proud as a peacock that I finally had my freedom. I went to a private high school and there were a lot of BMWs and Benz's in the parking lot. I got made fun of but never even cared, I loved that car. My next car after that was an '81 Corolla that I paid $500 for and drove it all through college. I'm in the market for a new car now and if I could get one of those back I would take it in a second for the nastalgic sake!

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Posted 20 September 2009 - 09:59 PM

This should be replayed for this guy to listen to every time he goes in front of Congress and said he "saved the world" .....

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Posted 20 September 2009 - 10:05 PM

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Posted 20 September 2009 - 11:17 PM

1060 futures target all done

Godman Sachs called it and showprinted it

now I expect them to quickly take it back down to 940

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Posted 20 September 2009 - 11:58 PM

THE REAL WAR RAGES

As the completely false war of republican versus democrat rages on the soapboxes of America, the real war - the war of where the money is in America - the war of the consumptionists versus the productionists rages unchecked.

And the Government is firmly in the side of the consumptionists

Thats where all the bail out money has gone - to fall street to re-inflate the consumptionist economy.

Its no surprise that the rally was lead by the banks -

The credit enablers - the consumption fuel providers - the captains and comanders of consumptionism - the leverage high rollers at the financial casino....and thank you for the credit congress.

It has been a classic consumptionist rally.

But they are going to run out of ammunition soon.
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