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  • techglass1 techglass1 Apr 28, 2013 11:02 PM Flag

    The market is just going up..dont try and figure out reason..ITS THE FED

    The momentum casused by central banks buying their own debt and the fed keeping rates low is all anyone needs to knowe..the rest is just noise..The economy in the US is horrible..around the world even worse with chances of collaspe everywhere..but the charade needs to go on to allow business as usual.....Stocks are a joke..but the only game in town

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    • It will go down. Big bubble in housing market feeding to stock market and vice versa. In my opinion housing is really big bubble due to low interest rates and govt stupid policies. A big hype which is not sustainable. Hope it is not crash landing. It is no investing these days only speculation. Trying to make some money in ups and downs but really worry about crashing any day !!

      Sentiment: Sell

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      • Actually, I'm stunned, and kinda sorta wonder if I didn't Miss a Boat/Train.

        A RE gal came by my residence the other day, handing out her card, and asked me if I knew anyone who might be intererested in buiying or selling.

        I said to her: "No, and that's exactly why I haven't put my RE license to work. I don't know anyone who wants to buy, or sell."

        She seemed a bit taken aback at my response, but didn't argue the point.

        Nor would she be goin' door to door and asking questions, if the market was brisk.
        Just the Facts.

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