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  • optionstrader008 optionstrader008 Jan 17, 2013 4:33 PM Flag

    N`ahhhh intc now red... !!!!

    almost sad...............

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    • But INTC has run from 19. Unlike AMZN, INTC will continue rising in 2013. INTC, AAPL and GOOG have already received their stress tests. Here it is the shorts and put buyers than have received theirs...

      I truly cannot fathom that any institutional investor would add up here. Very soon, protection will be expensive and rather than selling into complacency, they will be selling into a vacuum (one created by the same algos who squeezed the shorts and put holders).

      This market is so much more fragile than anyone realizes.

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      • "But INTC has run from 19. Unlike AMZN, INTC will continue rising in 2013. INTC, AAPL and GOOG have already received their stress tests"

        I don't agree with that. The market is reaching the top of the range in the SPX since year 2000 with a ton of leverage now built up on the Central Bank level and oil prices threatening to go higher. At some point if it peaks, and we have a period that needs to wring out the excess that Bernanke has put back in with all the paper accumulated on his balance sheet, INTC AAPL and GOOG will not be immune to more decline because they had one in 2012. We'll see. But they are probably immuned as long as the Fed want to increase the dangerous leverage the market is reaching even higher. That's where the danger is building up.

 
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