Rush called.....he wants to know if you'll be available again tomorrow to hum it like you did today.
What's your answer there ky jelly?????
Your going to speak for entire ethnic groups, and pronounce such a verdict in one breath?
Mav is despicable, rude, over opinionated, brainwashed, objectionable, rock brained, and disgusting.
And those are his better qualities.
The law said to stone the adulterer "to death".
So, Jesus and his twelve apostles broke out a huge bag of green weed, and proceeded to "stone the adulterer to death."
they're looking for earnings to increase, when that happens P/E multiples will rise as well.
Lately the data has been mostly good, not perfect, and you see the "Brexit" thing was a market roiler, that ultimately presented a buying opportunity.
Conditions are OK for the stock market right now, but until the core issues are dealt with, mostly consumer weakness related issues, then it's sideways to up, with a potential for a black swan daily.
I agree, socialism and communism both suck. That's just one more reason why we should not have our products built in communist or socialist countries.
It can't be great there but terrible here at the same time.
I think we close above 210 Friday, won't be surprised if the open is lower than the close of today. Definitely above 207.50
Given the steep sell off was irrational, the rebound makes sense. Another thing, shorting into the 4th holiday doesn't work well often. Better to wait for the highs on Friday if you're going to short, and aim for that pull back that comes after the Independence holiday.
After three days of strong rally, there's a good chance it opens lower, even if it finishes flat or into the green.
The market had a panic over Brexit, then after two days of actually thinking about the details, realized it's not a big deal, and so it goes back to where it was.
A few of us pointed out that this would be the case, and got all kinds of red thumbing for it, but that is exactly what happened.
Elaborate on that. What types of things are going to happen, in your opinion?
See how that works. Brexit fears blown out of proportion, one big down day, and now almost fully recovered.
Some things about the Brexit:
1.) It will take around two years to complete the process.
2.) It involves re-negotiating trade deals between Britain and basically everyone else. That can be a good thing.
3.) Britain already has their own currency, so no big deal there.
By the time their done, the only difference could very well be that the British will have more control over their immigration policies.
This bounce is weaker than I was expecting. Which could be a bullish thing. Better a series of 20 point gains than a single big move.
Tomorrow is important. Another modest gain or minor loss could signal that the markets are going back to "normal".
A bigger move down would more likely signal that a downtrend will persist for some time.
Good to know that one person here enjoys when you visit, even if it is just you.
The thing I'm looking at is a firming job market. All I keep hearing from business decision makers, is that they are scraping for talent at all levels.
That's in many industries.
Wages have seen modest growth recently as well.
I consider these to be "backbone" indicators.
If it wasn't for "world markets", we'd be smooth sailing right now.
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We had a huge move Friday, and a 50% retracement bounce would not surprise me.
Then again, another leg down could happen, but I'm not sensing panic. This is nothing compared to the Lehman or Sterns crisis. This is more of a market "roiler", and it's going to create a buying opportunity more than anything else.
I see it turning out splendid. It was a failed experiment to begin with, just like "free trade", AKA exploitation of slave labor in certain communist and or socialist countries.
The working class of the world are the foundation for world economics, and greed is not so good.
I think 20 years of being on the edge of collapse has convinced the powers that be, that a wrong turn was taken, and a return to what really works, combined with a preparation for the automated future, is what we will be seeing.