Here it is for people that are not on his list
Well first time in long time is hard for me to make a call( directional move) Charts sending mixed signals from strength in EURO,SPX to weakness in $RUT,$USD. first time i have to be open to both scenarios bull and bear, most of you know i am stubborn with my calls ( black or white)but this time charts got me stuck. so what is the "call" for Friday??? well i will show both options this time.
VERY BULLISH: from Thursday close market will push higher ( using weakness of USD and strength EURO which might push for 1.35) to target 1450-1456. I dont call for 1500 spx because indicators showing weakness( $NYMO), that move might last till March 7th 2013 which is my call on TOP in this market, that would play great with my call. Even if market hits that number i expect sharp reversal so shorts might take some pain but on the end they will win. there is promised chart SPX with time frame something to think about so maybe you can see what is my thoughts on market, something as you see on my chart will have to break this coming week
Wasn't he the one with a stop in place at snp 1360? Talk about being wrong a million times.
I need some input from people using either one or both. Trying to close my Fidelity account and find a different broker. Any idea which is better and why? Ameritrade runs a promotional, no fees for 60 days. Scottrade is $3 cheaper per trade. I do about 30-40 trades per month. Thanks for any help.
NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- Analysts at Goldman Sachs on Wednesday identified a group of banks that they say are in good capital shape and are likely to pay off government TARP money ahead of rivals. They suggested clients buy a basket of those stocks, while selling the broader KBW Bank Index . Goldman's basket includes Bank of New York Mellon (BK:$20.56,00$2.54,0014.10%) , JPMorgan Chase (JPM:$19.50,00$3.60,0022.64%) , Morgan Stanley (MS:$20.84,00$4.36,0026.46%) , US Bancorp (USB:$11.40,00$1.21,0011.87%) , Northern Trust (NTRS:$53.76,00$5.88,0012.28%) , First Horizon (, Comerica (CMA:$15.26,00$1.78,0013.20%) , and City National (CYN:$26.71,00$3.12,0013.23%) . "While we think the regional banks, First Horizon, Comerica (CMA:$15.26,00$1.78,0013.20%) and City National (CYN:$26.71,00$3.12,0013.23%) , are likely to repay TARP in 2010 rather than 2009, these are banks with the most tangible common equity," the analysts said. They said that Wells Fargo (WFC:$11.81,00$1.84,0018.46%) is not included in their because, "while it is relatively more healthy and certainly wants to repay TARP, Tier 1 ex-TARP is less than 6%. State Street is also not included, as tangible common equity is only 1.2% at 2008 year end pro forma for conduit consolidation."
This junk is even lower than when I left, two weeks ago. I even had the guts to leave without setting a stop loss.
Who's still holding the bag? Dan? storm? sugarballs? Poor monkeys
you probably loved him pounding your ass