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buzz60016 262 posts  |  Last Activity: 12 hours ago Member since: Jan 31, 2007
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  • Reply to

    Has the trend changed ?

    by buzz60016 12 hours ago
    buzz60016 buzz60016 12 hours ago Flag

    Higher wages will be part of the next inflation cycle.
    Wages will not keep up with inflation.
    The standard of living will erode, based skill level.
    Low skill jobs will see few increases in pay, high skill will keep up with inflation.

    This deflationary cycle will end, and be replaced with a good bout of inflation.

    Those in cash, will see their purchasing power erode.
    Those in stocks, will be at risk for the next stock market crash..
    Real Estate ? Something other than Delta. residence at the local trailer park ?

    If your timing is good, buying stocks at the bottom, and selling at the top ...... but easier said than done.
    ZeroHedge is a fun read, but not very useful in timing, as ZH is always moments away from disaster.

  • Are stocks still rising ?
    Take any time frame, 10 years 20 years or 100 years....stocks are higher.

    When inflation kicks in - stocks will rocket higher, a lot higher.
    Wages should start to increase in the next few years.....

    wage will rise with inflation, but at a slower rate.
    take a peek at countries with high inflation, Mexico, Argentina, and Latin America markets.

  • Reply to

    The Bubble

    by bjxxxx 19 hours ago
    buzz60016 buzz60016 12 hours ago Flag

    bj - your stops were tight in 2012, 2013, and 2014.......
    Your stops will also be tight in 2016, 2016, and 2017.

    Low interest rates to continue for a very long time.
    Even if short term rates, now under 1% doubled to 2%, it would still be considered, a low rate environment.
    The party should continue for a very long time, with little corrections from time to time.

    Maybe the bubble will burst sooner, rather than later.....but it is doubtful
    Why is it doubtful.....because the all great and powerful Fed, can continue the manipulation.
    Besides, things are not that bad. People working, shopping, spending, life continues to move forward.

  • Reply to

    The Bubble

    by bjxxxx 19 hours ago
    buzz60016 buzz60016 13 hours ago Flag

    walker - the dow will open down some huge amount. Maybe more than 500 points.
    The markets have circuit breakers.....if the markets fall too far and fast, markets will stop trading, to allow trades to catch their breath, allow time to slow panic selling.

    When the bubble pops.....
    Might be a very long time with ultra low rates, to continue for ???
    At least until the economy recovers, or over heats, might be a long time.

  • Nope, no crash in 2014
    But bears has set their eyes on 2015.
    Every new days, brings the possibility of a new event that could crash the markets.

    Why are bears so eager, to see stocks crash ?
    Maybe due to the fact, they were not smart enough to buy at the lows back in 2010 ?
    Many did not buy stocks in 2010....fear was high, and for good reasons.
    Many are still troubled, as by seen by the high levels of cash in money market funds.

    Yes, Trillions still in money market funds, that will have to find its way into stocks, before the next real bear market.........

  • buzz60016 buzz60016 22 hours ago Flag

    delta, you are genius
    No one comes close, to matching your accuracy of calling the last 700 market crashes, of which none materialized........How do you do it so consistently ?

  • When will the great reset begin ?
    When will printing become ineffective ?
    When will the debt bomb implode ?
    When will inflation take off ?

    Anyone have a reliable crystal ball, that is willing to share with this message board ?
    CNBC nor the Wall Street Journal forcasted the 1929, 1987, 2000, or 2009 market crash, but someone did.

  • PeraBears are quiet
    No postings of the - WORLD TO END SOON ?

    Delta, and permabears are so sad.
    Markets fall 100 points, STOCKS ARE CRASHING.
    Market rallies 100 points.....the rally is fake, just manipulation.

    Christmas shopping was okay - not great, but not bad,
    Most are not deeply in debt
    many homes are paid off in in full.
    Yes, a segment of the population lives in poverty......That segment does not sell, because they do not own stocks.

    Nyner are many others have profited over the years, by being long stocks.
    Someone is buying RIG at $18.......and will be very profitable over the years.

    Merry Christmas to all.
    And yes, Delta will be right someday......once the printing has ended.
    The printing is not over......not yet.

  • buzz60016 by buzz60016 Dec 17, 2014 11:34 AM Flag

    delta is worried, people are going to laugh at him.
    got a feeling, people have been laughing at delta for a very long time.

  • when spx is down over 20%.........its a normal bear market
    when spx is down over will recover, as it always does.

    Now that UVXY is down 90%, and will never recover, bonerboy is far under water.
    are stocks crashing ? I do not think so.............

  • buzz60016 by buzz60016 Dec 16, 2014 11:50 PM Flag

    Fed stops printing
    Just think of the fun, when the Fed starts printing again.

  • Reply to

    dez goes on vacation

    by delta_farce_10 Dec 16, 2014 2:49 PM
    buzz60016 buzz60016 Dec 16, 2014 11:49 PM Flag

    #$%$'in delta is a fun hobby......but is a waste of time.
    Besides, delta loves the attention.
    Might be one reason, he is popular at the local gay bar.

  • Reply to

    dez goes on vacation

    by delta_farce_10 Dec 16, 2014 2:49 PM
    buzz60016 buzz60016 Dec 16, 2014 11:46 PM Flag

    Hey "BonerBoy" I'm still here.....
    yes, I still enjoy laughing at your ridiculous 3rd grade paranoia.
    Someday you will be right........but your timing stinks, as usual.

  • buzz60016 by buzz60016 Dec 11, 2014 12:04 PM Flag

    Oil $100 to $60 is less than a 50% drop
    Commodities fluctuate 50% drops, and 100% gains on a regular basis, without predicting a market crash.

    When and if oil falls to $50 or less............Buying RIG or oil companies should be very profitable.
    When oil falls to $50 or less..............should be time to exit Airline Stocks.

    Buy low - sell high
    The world is not ending, life goes on.
    But for a few unlucky individuals.............the world is going to end..........(thats life)


  • Reply to

    did Santa just enter the building today??!!!

    by bangorang2003 Dec 11, 2014 9:02 AM
    buzz60016 buzz60016 Dec 11, 2014 11:58 AM Flag

    bang, the markets will get a 10% corrections in the years to come.
    The markets will also a few 50% bear markets in the decades to come.

    When the manipulation will be a historic bear market.
    Ultra low rates, or even just low rates, will keep the stock markets moving higher.
    Inflation, when it returns, will push the stock markets higher, much higher.

    Betting on bear markets can be profitable, if you get the timing right.
    Do not fight the Fed, they have more money than you do.

    You might know, the Fed is using manipulation, and it will end badly
    But you and everyone else is having difficulty with the timing.........

  • Reply to

    did Santa just enter the building today??!!!

    by bangorang2003 Dec 11, 2014 9:02 AM
    buzz60016 buzz60016 Dec 11, 2014 11:08 AM Flag

    is the correction over?
    is this the end of the wave 4 pullback?
    instead of a 4th wave looked more like a 2 day wonder.
    Thats where the permabears get an erection, when stocks make a normal pull back.

  • This a bad week for stocks

    Markets can not rise every week......
    Bear markets and corrections are normal.

    The huge bull market, up over 300% from the lows, will enter a bear market someday.
    Sadly, this bull market is very narrow in scope, on a few stocks made you wealthy.

    Weak economies such as Greece are looking sick.
    The weak economies will crash far in advance of the stronger nations.
    The USA can still restart printing, would be a huge boost to markets.....
    The manipulation makes "guessing" even more difficult.

  • Reply to

    bought some RIG

    by delta_farce_10 Dec 2, 2014 2:41 PM
    buzz60016 buzz60016 Dec 10, 2014 4:08 PM Flag

    randorn, I can also be wrong often.
    Everyone makes some mistakes......Some make a few good calls.

    Delta buying uvxy at $24 last Sept was a good play.....
    Delta calling for a steep bear market in precious metals (PM) was good
    Delta's call for $30 oil is so far.....the right prediction.

    Three good calls and several hundred "stock market crash soon", not so good.
    Dont worry about delta blasting you, or any of delta's other screen names.....

    You have been here long enough, to know who is smart, and who is not so smart.

  • Reply to

    Oil Speculation question

    by bryan_cass Dec 10, 2014 9:41 AM
    buzz60016 buzz60016 Dec 10, 2014 12:18 PM Flag

    sure. why not?
    2008/2009 was a spectacular crash, where everything went down, including real estate.
    This time oil is crashing, without a stock market crash. (so far)

    A while ago, you did call for oil to $30. A very good call.

  • buzz60016 by buzz60016 Dec 9, 2014 2:32 PM Flag

    Bear Celebration
    S/P down 5 points - wow

    Homes 3% down.........the bubble will grow bigger.
    The End is not here.....but bears can still celebrate, their day will come, after another uvxy reverse split or two,.

    I know its difficult to comprehend........but the weaker economies will crash first, well in advance of stronger economies.


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