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  • spice.kake spice.kake Feb 27, 2013 12:11 PM Flag

    Sure looks like Dow 15000 and S&P 1600 before May.

    Markets are readying for a tear nearterm. Don't know what happens after September. Lets hope that EXEL joins the move up before June.

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    • And Nomad and his Hedgeboss have mis-calculated again. They were sure that Jobs DATA were going to be bad, they shorted ahead, and will pay going foreward. Big buyers needs to make them pay now that they got theirs. We should bust them hard right today. Even Cramer got caught short, no one was expecting a good report. I love these markets. I guess I predicted that we were going forreward with a 1800 year end S&P.

    • How's the market in last two years? How's the biotech index last two years?

    • Manipulation goes on, yesterday during normal trading hours , shorts sold 100K to keep it down, today they resume on high volume to hold it down. These shorts still believes that we will not break out. Like I predicted in Feb, S&P and DOW still making new highs and will plow through as soon as Jobs markets starts picking up again. We will definetly see a new DOW and S&P HANDLE forming above 1650. They canno't hold it down for ever, too many large holders who can add to the shorts misery.

      Sentiment: Buy

    • Just another reminder for the short dirtbag who lives here 24/7. Take heed, Exel will break out before Dow and S&P ever breaks down. Infact Exel will be the stock to own when markets starts getting crazy. Right now, too much money to make before sell in May routine. Exel is readying tp move up

 
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