I can't wait to see what the bulls have up their sleeves to get the bears to cover in mass. Maybe something like the Fed changing the goalposts for the beginning of tapering might do the trick. No matter what they dream up, finally putting in the top will be most likely be like the Macy's 4th of July fireworks display.
I hope you realize this coming from the idiot who wrote;"Once the general sentiment on this board turns bullish, it will be time to short the market"
What an idiot! LOLOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
It's been a while since I've posted on this mb, but I must say that after reviewing some of your posts, I've concluded that you are an arrogant, narcissistic, boiler room junkie who gets off on insulting retail opinion.
Man, I guess the arrogance and ignorance never changes. Your tactics are template boiler room and your posts are just personal enough to get a reaction. Your prophecies of a market "blow off top" are just brilliant, and borderline genious. You sound like a graduate of Wharton or maybe Brown U. This board should be so honored to have someone with such credentials offer the wonderful and invaluable insight you so readily provide.
Whoa, your call for bears jumping out windows after this "massive blow off top", which by the way you predict is a whopping 3% off the current highs, is just so amazing I actually had goose bumps reading about it. I can't wait to read the rest of your brilliant observations because you are just so wise and intelligent.
And now on a serious note you pathetic excuse for human life.....you boiler room #$%$....you deceiving, mis-leading s.o.b. Nothing you write has any shred of truth to it. But of course you know this. You get paid to screw with the average Joe. To plant the seed of doubt. That is your livelihood, to deceive and mis-lead. What a sorrowful way to make a living. You're are what's wrong with society today. How do you live with yourself. Do you have children? If so, how in this world can you live with yourself. How can you fall asleep? How do you tolerate your own existence? I pity you. I really do.
And for the curious retail trader out there let me offer a piece of advice from someone who once managed $20 billion for a private hedge fund: only a privileged few know the direction of the market with absolute certainty. A few more get a vague scent for the hunt. And the rest fend for themselves with dillusions of foresight. Current market levels are unsustainable...believe me!