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  • bomber1000us bomber1000us Aug 21, 2009 3:02 PM Flag

    Why Does CNBC bash the Bull all day

    why and what is CNBC angle. They continue to bash teh amrketa nd say we need a pullback, They script their show to bring people who are saying we need a pull back, so what gives. I am making a killing in this run,,But i am getting cautious because they say the doom and gloom stuff and the herd mentality will rule,,,so will it all turn negative in a week or is this the real BULL

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    • Time to sell that why...cnbc reporters reported.

    • cnbc lowbrainer do this all the time because they just got done telling everyone the market was going to start correction the past week. as usual the stupid fucers are wrong we are in bull market in every way you can think of it. any pullback buy.

    • CNBC is the sister company of MSNBC and NBC. The Management has married the Democratic Party and their focus is helping the same. They cannot afford for the USA to climb out of this recession and turn on all the socialist remake of our country. If the market keeps moving ahead, that’s what will happen; they must talk the market down to keep their dreams of socialized healthcare and Cap & Trade alive.

      • 1 Reply to j_dwhit
      • That's the silliest, most illogical argument I've heard in quite some time. This is a media organization that needs to keep eyeballs fixed to the screen. As stocks take off, it's more interesting to inject some fear into things.

        Think about how Fox analysts -- and anti-Obama posters on this board -- are looking at this market action. Do you really think they are going to say the recession is ending and these past months are symptoms of that. How many posts today have said that a crash is coming.

        You cannot have it both ways, even as certain talking heads try to. You cannot bash the Obama administration with market success *and* market failure. The same goes for the coverage of the market by the media outlets. If both CNBC and Fox are mostly gloom-and-doom, then maybe the agenda lies elsewhere.

 
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