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  • ponzescheme ponzescheme Nov 27, 2013 12:16 PM Flag

    CME and one blind analyst following another

    Both Bernstein and Sandler raised the price targe to $90.00 What would we do if they weren't here? The answer is BETTER.

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    • PONZ....I SEE THEM and raise it another $10. $100.... Stupid ANALyst

    • ponz did they give reasons as to why the upgrade to 90? By the way what were they looking for before the new number? thanks MOST IMPORTANT WHY DON'T
      YOU LIKE THEM? ARE THEY FROM CNBC? I know you don't like the action in gld open up than go south but as long as we are not going down big and it's dead on floor i can live with tdys action by going sideways it looks to me like on bar chart she trying to build a base to rally from, at least i hope it is? Formation still in works nothing changed that yet.

      • 1 Reply to joeypoles
      • No they aren't from CNBC. I don't like analysts because they have their own motives. I will give Sandler O'Neil credit because they have mostly been supportive of CME for years now. Last time analysts upped their targets on CME all CME did was correct and go lower and that has certain probability this time around also. I have no idea what they said. I do not get their reports. The actual metal trading today was PUKE. Strong in Europe up over $11 and then spit on in our markets just like they would do to CME. Open high and kill it. From what I can notice there are some big blocks that hit the GLD pretty frequently and that keeps the pressure on. Its tough to get a rally with that constantly going on. Plus it just has to base out for awhile and thats not easy.

 
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