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  • hawcreek12 hawcreek12 Mar 21, 2013 7:13 AM Flag

    'Tard Baldy's pump needs it's own thread, the ruse of this market in a nutchell

     

    Every market is highly leveraged, banks are, businesses can well be.

    The leverage rate in a healthy market is 20:1 or maybe a bit more, assuming few want to take their money. That is that for every $1 that flows into a bull market the market valuation that day may rise $20, nothing new there.

    This market is much more highly leveraged, unprecedented as a matter of fact unless the 1930s may be greater.

    "The index has climbed 130 percent since March 2009, adding $10 trillion to the value of American equity"

    Anyone who would so misuse the word "equity" has to be a complete fiscal moron. Equity are tangible assets.

    As an example of one pumped, highly manipulated stock Chipolte rose $4/share on under 5,000 shares traded.

    According to 'Tard Baldy's market moron that means less than $200,000 invested because the DOW was being pumped increased the "equity" of the U.S. (Chipolte market cap) over $110,000,000.

    That is a 560:1 leverage of dollars invested to market cap increase. That is conservatively 5 times anything normal and with no market consolidations recently nearly pure air.

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      [Definition of 'Equity '
      1. A stock or any other security representing an ownership interest ]

      Very simply if Chipolte rose on low volume with little transactions it was because the holders also saw the value increase and rejected the opportunity to sell.

      Your simple minded view of market trading is astounding in light of your claim to business experience.

 
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