Trump isn't conservative! He admitted it when he said he's bought politicians. Trump
is as bad as Clinton, most of his backing will disappear when the voting starts.
So, I'm making my final prediction for the price of BAC by 12-31-2015. I'm predicting that BAC will break $18.50 by then. The most crucial catalyst may be the FED cutting BAC loose by December 15. But the FOMC rate decision on the 16th is probably of secondary importance. We will probably have some clue as to where the FED is going to go on the 16th by weighing all the economic data this week which will culminate in the payroll data on the 4th.
I won't be taking any leveraged positions based on this prediction. Although you could buy an $18 DEC 24 CALL for 26 cents, right now. At $18.50, that would give you a market value of 55 cents by about the 14th. Still, $30 a contract doesn't thrill me.
The anonymous sources know an anonymous friend who said "Debbie Downer" is a Hillary code word for any "republican".
"The Clinton Foundation is the tops when it comes to shady capitalism!"
That must be why Trump has given between $100,0001 and $250,000 to the Clinton Foundation, according to the nonprofit's records. On four separate occasions, Trump has donated to Hillary Clinton, in 2002, 2005, 2006 and in 2007.
And that's not a picture that conservatives want to see!
Anonymous sources claim the FBI found links to hacker.boob's and bac_trader's posts on this board. Mrs. Clinton noted on some: "Is this the new Debbie Downer of the republican party?" Then she typed lots of LOLs.'
More details to come on Fox News.
Kind of unexpected with the 10 year reacting so mightily to the ISM number this morning. Would have expected the banks and our beloved BAC to follow suit.
Happy with the outperformance of course, but a little skeptical. There was some good data to be had today though, so maybe it is offsetting some of the negative chatter? ISM employment index was higher, portending perhaps a strong jobs number Friday. Auto sales were strong which reflects a resilient consumer. All in all a muddled picture to be sure.
I suppose when services make up 80% of GDP, manufacturing data is more of an anachronism than anything else. Still, some people don't like to see contraction and that explains the bond market moves I suppose.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Around 100 corporate visitors, 50% giving contributions too the Clinton Foundation, plus
overseas contributions with a fund in Columbia of all places. You know the Clintons beat
the Koch brothers hands down. The Clinton Foundation is the tops when it comes to
I'll bet they do... since Obama runs around like a chicken with its head cut off screaming that they are all going to die. But the fact remains, orchestrating the weather will make putting a man on the moon look like a simple case of jacking-off. History is replete with charlatans that claimed they were going to manage the weather (...for a fee, of course) and the U.S. is no less a charlatan or a thief. (And, hint, hint ! None of the rest of us are going to help you. We are ecstatic that you are going to exhaust yourselves to annihilation running up your debt a few more hundred trillion (...because the government doesn't account for all its promises - - just what it owes in the next 365 days).
If a Repub was POTUS right now, noob would be screaming his praise for the current condition of the American economy. Nothing but an uneducated little right-wing troll.
After dancing around the $17.60 line it looks like, maybe, Master is gonna let the Pooch out? Bid strong at $17.66. It could just be following the market but let's see if it can test the current intraday high of $17.71 again....
Here's some bright spots that Debbie Downer overlooked: "U.S. construction spending rose more than expected in October as outlays rose across the board, suggesting the economy remains on firmer ground despite some slowing in consumer spending and persistent weakness in manufacturing.
Construction spending increased 1.0 percent to a seasonally adjusted $1.11 trillion rate, the highest level since December 2007, after an unrevised 0.6 percent gain in September, the Commerce Department said on Tuesday.
Construction spending has risen every month this year and is likely to support the economy in the final three months of the year as it deals with the headwinds of a strong dollar and spending cuts by energy firms, which have undermined manufacturing. Frugal consumers are also holding back growth."
Yeah Car sales were good at ZERO % interest giving it away If the FED raises rates depression. Heath Insurance sucking up any gasoline savings. Wal Mart Jobs just wait .25 % is a big deal to many w care loans