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Watch out for the retailers.

 

Avoid shorting these stocks for now.

 

TGT and BBY upping guidance this morning.

 

Consumer spending continues unabated.......

Just a boost from the helicopter money and back to school. It cannot be sustained. Wait a couple of months and short them. Lump of coal for Xmas this year. :P

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Watch out for the retailers.

 

Avoid shorting these stocks for now.

 

TGT and BBY upping guidance this morning.

 

Consumer spending continues unabated.......

Just a boost from the helicopter money and back to school. It cannot be sustained. Wait a couple of months and short them. Lump of coal for Xmas this year. :P

I thoughtHartman's (FSO) challenge , posed by a quote on Bloomberg ("what's wrong with this statment?") is telling of the pervasive ignorance out there:

 

?Less wealth generated from refinancing may strain economic growth as early as the fourth quarter unless job growth and business investment kicks in soon, some economists said.?

 

Bold case mine. Wealth = debt, the sky is the limit.

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QUOTE (wndysrf @ Aug 7 2003, 07:45 AM)

Watch out for the retailers.

 

Avoid shorting these stocks for now.

 

TGT and BBY upping guidance this morning.

 

Consumer spending continues unabated.......

 

 

FWIW, I have been shorting WMT successfully over the past 3 1/2 years. Over 53 is good but over 55 has been followed with a good 15%-20% drop. Will be looking to short as soon a volume dries up.

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Demand for Slutwear for teenage girls continues.

 

Ever been to a junior high school lately?

 

All the girls are dressed up like hookers.

 

PSUN and HOTT gapping up in the PreMarket.

 

I'll be closing my ROST short on the open, and will buy more silver stocks.

 

Retailers not ready for prime time yet.

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Doc I'm showing FNM -.30 right now....maybe a sign of things to come later?? :D

New York Times;

 

"FNM could face much bigger losses from interest rate swings than it had publicly disclosed" ---unidentified insider with knowledge of FNM computer models used to value portfolio

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When is PrintSaLot.........going to bring out So Damn Insane from hiding.........................

 

Now or Later?.........His last Wild Card..................

 

Desperate times require desperate measures......................

 

But I'm guessing he's saving it for a friday or monday in October...................

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Let's see, Jobless claims down (after revision), Productivity up (after layoffs that will be revised upwards later so as not to conflict with Jobless Claims of today)....and just last week, news like this was the reason Bonds Yields were rising....now today, the opposite is occurring...you don't think it has to do with a little Auction, do you? :unsure:

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