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  • sybil_rulez sybil_rulez Mar 30, 2013 10:52 AM Flag

    Unfortunately, markets dont crash when everyone expects them to....

    Thats too bad, because sybs a h8r thats stuck bieing in agreement with the general consensus that the market iz a scam destined for a BIG crash thats right around the corner.

    The only thing that sybil hates more then scam stox in bernanke's manufactured big markets iz being in consensus with billionz of other dopes that are h8r's too.

    Sybil's got a new measure by which to scale and weigh a potential market top.... Az cruel az it sounds, sybs haz designed this metric around a posting pal's trading methods: techstrategy. Sybil callz it the TECH FACTOR. Here's how it works:

    Now sybs had a hunch for yearz that optionz on a grand scale are going to be one of several major components leading the boom / bust cycle that we are in. Tech haz been a BIG trader of 'quality' DITM , 6 month, 9 month and leap optionz all the way through this cycle; just Waiting for pig stox drop on puts and barking dogz to get up and run on callz.....

    Ok let sybs get to the point: When tech capitulates on optionz and sybs dumps scam bear etfs that ise optionz in disgust - that will be an indication of the top... Or if tech and sybs dont capitulate only to find that optionz contracts and etfs side bets will be liquidated to 0 without being honored due to 'black swan' market conditionz - that will be a sign that the crash iz in full effect.

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