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  • bauherk bauherk Jan 18, 2013 11:18 AM Flag

    On Tuesday, January 8, Jim Cramer said on CNBC that BAC is a buy. The next day it collapsed.

    That shmuck's irresponsible commentary was evidently hype driven. I'm not saying that I was influenced by him. I go with gut feeling when I can. Point is these so called market experts are anything but. They have proven it over and over again. No one can make money in the market unless you are fraudulently misleading and hence manipulating the markets to head in the direction you hope for.

    Remember back when Zynga was close to and eventually above $6 during their conference to publicize their latest gaming developments back in june, 2012? That other incompetent fool of a CNBC analyst, Pete Najarian, on CNBC, at least a half dozen times, said that ZNGA was a huge buy with a price target of $12. No less.

    What in the world of blasted indecency do they frigging know!!!

    Mind you, I did not get burned at ZNGA. I have a list of stocks they rate buys and sells and then determine their incompetency based on the stocks' actual performances on the stock market.

    And had I been burned, I certainly would not blame those nincompoops.

    I've known them NOT TO BE ABOVE MY GUESS WORK FOR A VERY LONG TIME NOW.

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