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  • keepshorting keepshorting Mar 14, 2013 11:10 AM Flag

    GET OUT OF ALL MINING STOCKS - RIGHT NOW PEOPLE

    GET OUT FOLKS.

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    • TOLD YA SO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Reason #5

      It is time to be forewarned! All the big money interests are selling into the last hurrah of the last financial bubble. This same group did it to the investing public at the end of the tech-stock rally of the late 1990s. They did it again to John Q Public with the sub-prime mortgage collapse in 2007, and they are getting ready to do it again. This time, we believe, is going to be the real BIG ONE, a mafia-style bust-out scam for the ages. Trillions upon trillions of hard-earned dollars may be erased. Protect yourself and move all your assets accordingly. We specifically recommend precious metals as the ultimate safety net for such a financial catastrophe.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • Reason #4

      ENORMOUS PUT OPTION S & P ACTIVITY – Last week, an anonymous trader bought 100,000 put option contracts on the exchanged traded fund (ETF) XLF, which charts the S&P Financial Select Sector Index. What is especially revealing about this is that this order has a very short time premium, expiring on April 25, 2013. This, then, represents an enormous one million share short-term bet that financial equities are soon to take a very big hit. Normally, the maximum high-end option contract purchase will not be greater than 500. That’s why astute professionals took notice, last week, when a put option purchase 200 times of the normal high-end range hit the trading floors. An order of this magnitude (especially for such a short time span) absolutely screams of insider foreknowledge of a possible giant sell-off.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • Reason #3

      GOOGLE CHAIRMAN SELLING LARGE STAKE IN PERSONAL SHARES – Google, Inc., executive chairman, Eric Schmidt, has notified the SEC last week of his plans to sell 2.51 billion of his shares in the company. This represents an astounding 42% of his stake in the internet search giant. Since nearly all of Google’s income is derived from advertising revenue, it would seem that Schmidt may be seeing the writing on the wall that the bull market for equities is coming to an abrupt end.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • GET OUT OF THE MARKET Reason #2

      BILLIONAIRES DUMPING STOCKS – Famous billionaire traders, such as Warren Buffet and John Paulson, have been unloading shares in their funds at a brisk pace. Buffet’s holding company, Berkshire Hathaway, has been dramatically reducing its exposure to consumer related stocks, selling nearly 19 million shares of Johnson & Johnson. Berkshire Hathaway also sold its entire stake in computer parts giant, Intel. Commenting on this, investmentWatchblogdotcom presciently adds, “With the 70% of the US economy dependent on consumer spending, Buffet’s apparent lack of faith in these companies’ prospects is worrisome.”

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • Good call, keepshorting. Here is why;

      For some odd reason every 13th year since the 1974 stock market low, a historical event/year has taken place….13 years later.

      1974….Stock Market low

      1987… Stock Market Crash

      2000…Tech Bubble Peak

      2013…Another important historical year at hand???? I say...GET OUT FOLKS!!

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • nice finale to your posting on yahoo.
      this will go down as THE worst call of 2013.
      nevertheless, you will probably re-incarnate your persona under a new identity.
      it has been nice knowing you as keepshorting.

 
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