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  • optionstrader008 optionstrader008 Jan 15, 2013 3:34 PM Flag

    SPY also have a rev h&s... buying call spread to hedge shor tpositions

    148-149.. this week and for next week.............

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    • Funny. I see uber top. The bond squeeze is losing life... Anyone buying here (S&P or AMZN) is simply stupid. Buy physical assets. Sell financial ones.

      All a rational human being need do is look at the relative price movement of AMZN and AAPL to know the market is beyond repair.

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      • Tech,

        You can buy physical assets beyond what is required to survive only if:

        1. You dont need to borrow money to finance them

        2. Only if you can sit on them without them generating any real money until 2020.

        Else, you just need to short stox.

        Bonds arent safe - big default bubble pop coming)

        Stox aren't safe (see bonds arent safe above)

        Cash isnt safe (bernanke printed too many)

        Soooooooo the only thing that will make you money - shorting stox, provided the brokerz make good on the bets in this new phat phingured phlashy crashy world that we live where a philled trade can be cancelled on a whim theze dayz.

      • as I said, only to hedge all my short positions(many ones) I bought spry call spread weekies for peanuts.. this week and next week..... If ever we see a pop, it won`t last..... but as I`m heavy on short side, I want to be hedged.....

        AMZN just like azo and many others are just a joke..... short it, work it.... and it might takes times, but those are easy short plays..................

 
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