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  • ybdc ybdc Sep 11, 2013 7:01 PM Flag

    New SA article ----I'm only a couple of paragraphs in, but

    my general rule is: Be wary of some a-wipe who stars out by trying to establish some cred by quoting some bonehead academic at Harvard rather than Art Cashin...... -----now back to the article----but ONLY because MY MONEY is involved....

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    • Saw that article and I'm with you. Everything has been so positive someone was bound to break the trend and try and put a feather in his cap. All it takes is a big headline or our socialist government making another rush at the 2nd Amendment and the panic buying starts up again. This should go on as long as this administration is in the W.H.

      Sentiment: Buy

    • mcvjmicvuhihui123e7837 mcvjmicvuhihui123e7837 Sep 12, 2013 12:14 AM Flag

      I love Art Cashin . . .totally "old school", with a hell of a lot of experience . . . I will miss him when he is gone . . . just like Marty Zweig, who recently passed. He was rock solid on the WSW show with Lou R . . . Marty was always nervous about the markets, even when they were getting hammered!

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      • I'm totally with you about Marty on WSW... There were times when Lou's puns got a but all things considered, good viewing. I watched it religiously right from its inception. I remember Sir John Templeton always addressing Lou as "Louis"...That was back in the day when it and Nightly Business Report with Paul Kangas were the only financial news programs on TV. Neil Cavuto was a cub reported on NBR.. Now we have Cramer (and many other hucksters)...he in particular has done to financial reporting what Obamas done to the Presidency...

      • mcvjmicvuhihui123e7837 Mc, Yes, Marty Zweig; he was probably the first one to get me noticing and interested in the possibility of a rationale way of investing./ trading in stocks. I think his book was the first I read as well. Great guy. His often refrain "Don't fight the Fed" and especially "I'm always worried" are classics. ----The latter gave me an insight into perhaps that investing and or trading could be taken on rationally and without abandoning what seamen call the General Prudential Rule! ---thanks for bringing up the memory of MZ.

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