VIX is exploding today. Man, I tried to get you guys in this puppy back when they were at their alltime lows. UVXY could easily see 50 by friday. Things are looking good here!!!
yea, it got slammed today but i'm stil up nicely. I think the market sells off from here but will be watching closely and if it doesn't, I'm out
KOG went from 13 to 16 shortly after i recommended it but this UVXY has been on a tear. Bought in at $28, 26, and 25 and now it's up in the mid 30's and could surge to the 50's this week if the market takes a massive crapper.
dem dirty rotten jooooohs!!!! oh how they've hijacked and destroyed everything in this counrty. i call it amerisrael
When no one expects it at all, the market will lose 50% within one week. When the central bankers pull out their 29 TRILLION dollars that they've fluffed the markets up with, it'll crash harder and faster than anything we've ever seen. The only question is when... I would say sometime between 2015-2016
this board is 99% of immature kidlike bickering back and forth, trying to build their self esteem up or something since in their real lives they are such losers.
On one hand Janet Yellen, Series 7, 63-certified, and a consummate expert on equity valuation said the following soothing words about market values:
While prices of real estate, equities, and corporate bonds have risen appreciably and valuation metrics have increased, they remain generally in line with historical norms. In some sectors, such as lower-rated corporate debt, valuations appear stretched and issuance has been brisk.
On the other, and sadly for holders of biotech and social media stocks, Yellen appears to have just burst that particular bubble.
Nevertheless, valuation metrics in some sectors do appear substantially stretched—particularly those for smaller firms in the social media and biotechnology industries, despite a notable downturn in equity prices for such firms early in the year. Moreover, implied volatility for the overall S&P 500 index, as calculated from option prices, has declined in recent months to low levels last recorded in the mid-1990s and mid-2000s, reflecting improved market sentiment and, perhaps, the influence of “reach for yield” behavior by some investors....
... signs of risk-taking have increased in some asset classes. Equity valuations of smaller firms as well as social media and biotechnology firms appear to be stretched, with ratios of prices to forward earnings remaining high relative to historical norms. Beyond equities, risk spreads for corporate bonds have narrowed and yields have reached all-time lows. Issuance of speculative-grade corporate bonds and leveraged loans has been very robust, and underwriting standards have loosened. For example, average debt-to-earnings multiples have risen, and the share rated B or below has moved up further for leveraged loans.
Call it Yellen's "irrational exuberance" moment. Also call it a warning.
very well said. it's kaden under one of his million aliases. He's the most idiotic pathetic pumper who has the mentality of a two year old. He makes up another new alias every week and tries to disguise himself, however, only one person talks as foolishly and dumb as him, giving himself away each time.
Hey numnuts, is this your first month in the stock market?? Pull up a stock that was bought out for 5% more than previous day's share price. You moron lol And pull up any company that has missed eps 3 out of their last 4 quarters like KOG has. I bet you can't. lol
And now they hold the world record for worst share price movement after being bought out lol
Me wake up?? Dude, I've heard this talk for the past 6 years. Just music to my ears. They won't stop and if they do, it won't be until their chosen black boy in office is gone. And they haven't taken the foot off the breaks one bit ever since 09 and look where we are now. You can still get rich dude, so wake up.
You really believe the liars when they say printing is done? If printing was really going to stop later this year like they say(they said october) then the market would have crashed at least 1k points in just two days this week. Printing will never stop. It just can't and the cb's have 29 Trillion in the markets. Do you think they are just going to pull out and let the markets go to zero? Zero is where the markets would be if there was no printing from the cbs.