http://www.businessinsider.com/heres-why-some-mf-global-clients-still-cant-get-their-money-back-even-after-520-million-was-transferred-2011-11looks like lots of people will NOT be shafted...this is very bullish for next weekwe need trust in our markets
The bearish side of the equation... http://www.nytimes.com/2011/11/20/your-money/goldmans-beige-book-shows-an-uncertain-business-outlook.html?_r=1
I'd love to join the party, but Nobody Makes Money unless Somebody Loses Money. And most don't get even their principle back. When I hear some say "preserve capital", and "preservation of capital", my ears are on full alert. Have I missed a Great Run? Yes.Do I regret missing it? Yes, sorta.Did I miss the slide to the down side? Yes.Will the next one be larger? Odds are, yes.Can I be wrong? Of course. And probably am.I'm set for being long next week, and could get rooked. So be it. Being Bearish hasn't worked too well either. Except for quick day trades, at best.
Ooww....dat is good newz. I like duh good news. Now, all doz inwestors can reinvest in the market. Wery gud newz.LIKE I SAID, I LIKE GUD NEWZ.
Good to hear nothing but doomers here