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  • You been warned. FB is going to the moon and not looking back

  • AND GOING BACK TO 90!

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • ilovedthe80_s, thanks for the good read. Zuckergerg are doing things right. Earnings are great. Guidance is superb. "Accelerated revenue growth" is what came out of the quarter report. If anyone can connect the world its Zuckerberg and his team. They have the capital and the brains. COO Sheryl Sandberg did a fantastic job speaking from the Q report too. Long term chart still on Uptrend. GL

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    FB could easily double in 2016- seriously!

    by jjjjphilo Dec 17, 2015 11:21 AM

    FACT: Anybody who adopts a BUY and HOLD strategy in FB, along with FB in the money CALL options during every brief dip, is CERTAIN to make huge $$$ SCORE!!! FB has many years to go before its BULL market comes to an end!!!

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    Time to accumulate

    by willyboydog Jan 17, 2016 7:03 PM

    Sure glad I did NOT let the FB BASH SPAMMERS SUCKER me into buying forever WORTHLESS PUTS in the great FB...because they have WIPED OUT WORTHLESS 95% of the time over the PAST SEVERAL YEARS! LOL

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    Never, ever bet against FB

    by rubydid Jan 27, 2016 4:13 PM

    Yet another STRONG CLOSE IN THE GREEN, as per the BULL market norm!!!

    LOVE watching the WRONG WAY FB BASHER FOOLS blow all their $$$ betting against FB, and they've been doing so for the PAST SEVERAL YEARS...and FB is CERTAIN to RISE SHARPLY for YEARS to come until interest rates reach 5% or HIGHER!

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    BEWARE OF BAD THINGS TO COME

    by cashbar1 Feb 11, 2016 8:47 PM

    Bad for shorts that u.s. rocks

  • Reply to

    Major Stock Mkt Rally Tomorrow!

    by rcelini Feb 11, 2016 6:11 PM

    I called this yesterday before mkt close!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    BEWARE OF BAD THINGS TO COME

    by cashbar1 Feb 11, 2016 8:47 PM

    No, I meant 575, as in 100 less than 675, which was the last market low in 2009.

    You are absolutely correct that 1575 is the next pitstop, after 1810.

    Looks like a bounce at 1810, so 1575 may be delayed a few months?

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    Mad As Hell

    by cashbar1 Feb 11, 2016 11:33 PM

    Cashbar, you bring up many very salient points here.

    The timing of the Saudi "announcement" is highly suspicious. It happens within minutes of us breaching crucial S&P and DOW support levels. Why? Because the Saudis don't want us and then the rest of the world collapsing into a recession, or oil will fall even more; so, this was a tactic to pull our market back up, with no intention of reducing crude output. And, this is the belief of many financial figures who spoke after this happened.

    But, as the fools in the market will be, they went into a buying frenzy and pushed stock prices back up, which pushed the indices up.

    Of particular note is Carter Worth's charts today on Fast Money. This guy is bright and knows his stuff. He and Brian Kelly are the smartest, as they see a major correction or worse coming.

    Then, on Monday, China will be back from their holiday week, and will be reporting more figures.

    Remember, Sweden went to negative interest rates last night, and others are considering the same. Japan has already done so. None of this forebodes well; it is indicative of a global collapse.

    I wish with my whole being that I had listened to Brian Kelly's warning 2 or 3 weeks ago -- go into cash tomorrow. If I had done so, the hundreds of thousands I have lost since then, would not have been lost.

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    BEWARE OF BAD THINGS TO COME

    by cashbar1 Feb 11, 2016 8:47 PM

    You need to do some more research. You can start by reading the article on the home page of yahoo finance right now, titled - "All the reasons you've heard why the market is going down are wrong". That's just for starters and easy to read with a couple clicks from here. From there you need to keep researching and tell me and everyone else here what supports your theory and have hard facts please.

  • People!

    I've created a new blog called "Mad As Hell." Each week I will pick a topic that has people buzzing and talking around the water cooler, on their social media sights, and over dinner over some good wine or hard liquor. Whatever it takes...

    Here goes. Tell me what you think.

    "Mad As Hell"

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WINDtlPXmmE

    By Jesse Nash

    "Hear-yee Hear-yee townspeople. It's time to get out of the stock market and get into cash!"

    Interesting timing of the OPEC announcement at 2:31 p.m. Thursday. The market was about to capitulate, already down 400 points, oil was headed to $25 a barrel with enough puts at that price serving like a magnet -- and suddenly another announcement of another rumor from the UAE oil minister that OPEC is ready to cut oil production? FINALLY, right? LOL. ;-P

    How many of these b.s. announcements have we heard all based on a pump and dump rumor?

    Fear is raging out there people. It's my belief that your money is NOT safe in ANY long positions in the stock market. This is just the first warning shot I have to tell you about.

    Lets add an even scarier situation: the banks. Not just in the U.S. but in Europe and China. I say we are just months, maybe weeks, away from a brand new banking crisis. The banks are already acting like there is a systemic crisis. And this will make the mortgage securities banking crisis of 2008-2009 look like it was just a warmup. Some say the banks may skirt away from a full blown systemic crisis. But why are they all acting like they're already in the throes of a new one?

    Lets add some more background hyperbole.

    Today live from some conference in Puerto Rico, Hedge Fund, the sometimes brilliant investor (and sometimes not as he lost 50% and 35% in his fund in recent years), John Paulsen, has the balls to say the market is "overreacting" to the drop in oil and other factors, yet he then says he's worried about China, and adds, "Oh, yeah, I'm out of the market and waiting for lower prices." It's NOT what you say John. It's what you do.

    "Fast Money" traders argued heatedly that something is up with all the banks but they couldn't figure out exactly what. But they DID agree the banks are acting like they are back in the beginnings of another systemic crisis. Crisis?!! Another one? I thought we all learned our lesson from 2008-2009? Crisis from what?

    No one would say.

    But CNBC "Mad Money" host, Jim Cramer, did. Now, I'll just say it plain as hay: I'm not a fan of this ball-headed wind-bag who gets it wrong more than he gets it right. But in his defense, I do check in on what he has to say each day because every once in awhile, he DOES make a point worth paying attention to. Today was one of those days!

    Read what Jim Cramer said on "Mad Money":

    "U.S. bank stocks were horrendous. Could this be the impact of having more bad oil loans than investors know about? Or maybe the Fed is not going to raise rates, and the financials depend on higher rates for more money? Or maybe the entire industry is lying and they all have huge exposure in European banks, so if Europe goes down the U.S. goes down? [I THINK IT'S A MIX OF ALL THREE!]

    "People are worried that there is systematic risk caused by potential European bank failures that have not happened yet, and for the record, might not happen at all — but we have to be scared out of our wits that the possibility is even on the table," Cramer said.

    People -- "Fast Money's" Brian Kelly said a month ago "stay in cash." Carter Worth says we WILL see 1575 on the S&P. Why is 1575 so important? It's where the last breakout occurred many eons ago. When markets capitulate, breakout levels can give you the information you need to seek out a bottom when the time comes.

    Friday could be, maybe, will be the real test of the Jan 20th lows. Thursday they got a reprieve because of that supposed OPEC cut rumor, another in a long line of them. Markets are green overnight. But come 4 p.m. on Friday, will we see red? Will we some real capitulation? Warning: It's a 3 day weekend. Whom would want to leave their money in THIS God forsaken market on a three day weekend?!?!

    Frankly, whether the real test to break the January 20th lows happens on Friday or not, it's not really important than to understand the aforementioned points I just made and to heed my call to action. GET IN CASH! Something this way comes and it will be real ugly. Not if, when.

    Oh, and one more thing: do you think the Bank of Japan's announcement they are going to negative interest rates, where they charge people for leaving their money in Japanese banks overnight, has opened Pandora's Box? Do you think this one action out of all now gives China the signal to lower the value of the yuan substantially? You remember what happened a week or so after they did that in August? The DOW dropped 1089 points, the biggest one day drop in its history. God help us for what may happen when -- NOT if -- the Chinese devalue the yuan. Cause it's coming, you can count on it.

    I'm mad as hell folks. If this market goes to hell, we're all going to suffer some way or another whether you're invested in the stock market or not!

    Strap in everyone. It's going to be a nauseating ride.

    ENDS

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    BEWARE OF BAD THINGS TO COME

    by cashbar1 Feb 11, 2016 8:47 PM

    1575. 1575. NOT 575.

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    BEWARE OF BAD THINGS TO COME

    by cashbar1 Feb 11, 2016 8:47 PM

    Mako you ignorant #$%$. China's banks are months, maybe weeks, from a systemic debt crisis. Weeks away from devaluing the yuan which caused the DOW to drop 1089 points the last time they did that in August. U.S. banks are acting like they are in the beginning of a systemic crisis but have yet to reveal what that crisis is. Too much exposure to Europe? To China? What aren't they revealing. they've done this before and we had a crash. Mako you want to be in denial, your risk. if you can stand to see your investment drop 10-20%, stay the course baby. But I don't want to see you post your tears should I be right.

  • lets see before long weekend...markets are back in 2008 mode.

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