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denny.crane66 235 posts  |  Last Activity: 3 hours ago Member since: Aug 10, 2009
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  • Reply to

    What do CGM posters have in common?

    by denny.crane66 Apr 17, 2014 9:35 AM
    denny.crane66 denny.crane66 3 hours ago Flag

    I certainly do understand the value of the stock market, The difference between you and I is I don't act like a kid in a candy shop and attempt to give advice like you. I also know when companies get overvalued which you don't , I am also not driven by blind faith like you, I am humble enough to admit the money I made on my own was based on luck and people in the business like my ML friend who made Forbes top 50 and always in the top 100, and my NT friend who runs an entire branch likely know more than myself.
    My ML buddy manages $6Billion which belongs to somewhere around 75 clients. Ask yourself this... A guy who's clients average 80 million each better be doing something right t keep those clients. Compare that to to fund with a entry level of 1000 dollars. Do you think the manager worries if ten thousand small timers get angry at his funds lousy return? My NT friend has a 5-mil. minimum. same story there. This is what wealth MANAGEMENT is all about... I never said Google was a bad company, but just overbought by guys like you and sly who in their childish exuberance drove the price to the point of a big pullback.. You were still yelling buy buy up to the day it cratered. Your biggest problem is unchecked exuberance. Did you ever read up on the tulip bulb bubble,? If you do , you will see yourself more clearly

  • Reply to

    New One-a-day plan

    by juankehoe33 9 hours ago
    denny.crane66 denny.crane66 6 hours ago Flag

    this is all for you and me , we are hated on this board, and yes we know why, we have money and are enjoying it. You have your big house and pool and outdoor kitchen, I have my new place, boats, women
    They sit there and try to make a buck. playing with something they know nothing about, always trying to beat the market, always convincing themselves they can, They talk to eachother as if they actually know something
    they denigrate you and me to placate themselves. They are greed driven losers. simple. Btw I looked at your place google satellite, How many watts does that solar setup do, or is it passive piping for the pool, can't tell
    I am thinking same I have a perfect roof for that, might do it.

  • Reply to

    GOOGL

    by slydude0707 Apr 3, 2014 10:12 AM
    denny.crane66 denny.crane66 6 hours ago Flag

    "Sly are you adding here ? .. I like this googl.. this sell off is over done ."

    You were right Challenge...the sell off was overdone.
    I didn't add any...(unfortunately)
    then you said buy GOOGLE It's going to SOAR......and advised
    people to buy!! what are you an expert or something. You proved you know nothing. only fools blabber like that

    challenge these are your words, you are blinded with emotion
    the above words (yours) is a window into your mind, pure greed get a grip ! The traders and smart money will always make a fool of you. your type of thinking is why traders lose money

  • Reply to

    What do CGM posters have in common?

    by denny.crane66 Apr 17, 2014 9:35 AM
    denny.crane66 denny.crane66 7 hours ago Flag

    juan,
    I never told anyone you were 78, actually I don't know your age. I posted this Wealth Management
    issue because of what I have learned through my years is my investment wealth meaning my 401's and IRA's had multiplied 3X between '93 and '98 all in big caps with Northrop as the "guardian". At the time they did that as a service. This was pure luck, had i had that money in Schwab I would likely
    ended up with less in the end, but I left it alone and it grew. after '98 I played the NASDAQ with
    a third of it and multiplied that portion by 4 and lost half of that so after the crash I was 2X ahead on that. It was after that time I met my ML sailor buddy at the yacht club and he guided me to get more conservative. I was turning 50. His guidance has paid off plenty as I am now 3X ahead with that portion and have been seeing dividends which are re-invested come in for 10 years now This is
    what I call my golden goose. The rest I have scattered about a bit sloppily I have to admit. Anyway
    I learned that my own profits were no more than luck and my friends advice being in the business and non emotional was the way to go. Now 2 years ago I met my NT friend who is more aggressive than my ML guy , in fact his shop beat the S&P through all of last year by 3.5%. and so I got intop some foreign small cap value which has paid off also. The point is let the guys in the business
    guide you. These small fries on this board are all handle pullers and so they lose constantly.
    I will bet not a single response to my thread subject Wealth Management was considered.
    So you ask why dod I post it when I knew this already. Answer is simple, I wanted to get under their skin by showing them what fools they are and so they would lose sleep. Mission accomplished.
    I know a leopard can't change his spots. I am sure the goldturd fool is staring at his vocal cords on the floor in front of him. The louder he yells the less he is listened to , as for bun warmer, he thinks he can outdo me NOPE.!

  • Reply to

    I left my heart

    by libitardsrsheeple Apr 11, 2014 3:12 PM
    denny.crane66 denny.crane66 Apr 17, 2014 9:48 AM Flag

    Yup and let's see.... Google missed their numbers, Yeah it's going to soar....See challenge what a fool you and sly are , birds of a feather, you both can commiserate over the money you have lost. Wealth management
    is the answer not quick buck... need i say more? silly boys, and you challenge you are in your 60's should know bwtter by now...skies clearing now, bye

  • Pretty much apparent most here are small time quick buck types chasing past performance. It's an easy trap to fall into but considering the gurus are striking pretty much 50-50 or worse you might conclude people would be more long term investment minded. Buffett recently disclosed his wife's inheritance will be a mostly low fee S&P fund and suggested the average investor do the same. Performance chasers likely are in the game of catch up. Unfortunately they will more likely lose more of what little they had
    trying to beat the averages and hit timing on the nose. No one can do that , even the gurus, as we have learned.
    What is needed is a complete change in approach. Wealth Management is the key here and is very different than trying to beat the averages. Wealth management involves future planning and prudence. The high risk High reward mentality shown here on this board is not what Wealth Managers teach.
    My ML and NT friends are both Wealth Managers, I have listened to over the years and has paid off plenty. They don't let me get into this beat the averages mentality , It is mostly about growing wealth smartly with low risk of loss. Aside from that , you don't get into this hope-worry , high anxiety vicious cycle. It allows you to have a life. Right now i am writing this from the cockpit of my boat. After the rain stops we go sailing, I may not look at what the market has done untill this time tomorrow. I fully understand why I am not liked here, I am what you guys wish you could be someday and that is very apparent but you need to not be jealous, instead
    change your approach and read up on what the basics of wealth management are. You can do it yourself
    like most things these days but it requires change, which just like alcoholics that's tough... so i wish all you guys luck in getting past your quick buck mentality.

  • Reply to

    I left my heart

    by libitardsrsheeple Apr 11, 2014 3:12 PM
    denny.crane66 denny.crane66 Apr 17, 2014 8:47 AM Flag

    I missed that , "non-existantant" WOW, that says plenty
    who said it ? I can understand mis spellings but THIS...!!!
    wow we have a true moron here. No one could use that term unless they used it regularly and don't know any better, had to have been bunwarmer or goldturd which one? I am guessing bunwarmer. We had a machinist way back who said he was going to buy a second car 'cause he needed an ULTERIOR means of transportation. HAHA
    still laughing , 20 years now

  • Reply to

    I left my heart

    by libitardsrsheeple Apr 11, 2014 3:12 PM
    denny.crane66 denny.crane66 Apr 16, 2014 9:46 AM Flag

    I bring your brilliant post to the surface so you can see how foolish you are.. By Google?
    you must be joking... maybe blue eyed groupie stupid as sly. Handle pullers !
    Try to stay on point which was as society changes so does the surroundings. The low rent crowd was getting a discount, now
    they are given the boot because smart high paid workers are willing to pay higher rent
    for premium living, I say good, yet the protesters are blocking busses, whining crying
    they are losing their nice views they were so used to . These techies will pour money into the communities and the low rent crowd can go to a flat in Berkely and commute!
    They are out there calling people pariahs because they don't care....Well if anyone is a pariah it is AL GORE...spreading dis-information then capitalizing on it meanwhile diverting our talent and resources into folly chasing a rabbit. And yes true to form he is a democrat
    Why does THAT not surprise me?

  • Reply to

    Interesting. Global Warming, pffft!

    by bowhunter12002 Apr 12, 2014 9:03 AM
    denny.crane66 denny.crane66 Apr 16, 2014 9:35 AM Flag

    i see the bun warmer worm has again posted, no doubt trying to derail the thread likely slamming Bush again
    so i will repost :

    Uh, I think the thread subject indicated gore as a hypocrite. But even a bigger and more dangerous issue faced by our country is the power this guy has generated in influencing domestic and world policy in an inefficient and foolishly expensive direction. Expensive to first world nations and all based on folly, or shall I say "the right thing to do" simply an emotionally driven feel good,
    Try to stay on point. Both you and bun warmer try to divert the thread. Gore is a danger to our economy, period. Why don't you try to expand on that????? and quit with your childish attempt to be a philosopher

  • Reply to

    cgmfx wrong at every turn

    by challenge_your_limit Apr 16, 2014 5:52 AM
    denny.crane66 denny.crane66 Apr 16, 2014 7:29 AM Flag

    brilliant post crybaby, bet you wished you sold, but some guys just can't, Btw want to know what my NT guy says about your fund? You posted to get people to do free homework for you to help pull you out of the river of tears you are swimming in, but you never responded with a thanks that someone (me) would help your sorry rear end .... so as for the answer,,,, I have it and you never will. now you can go back jack , do it again
    your wheels are spinning round and round, better throw in a quart of 5W-20, going to be spinning for a long time and it's going to get really cold out there.

  • Reply to

    Interesting. Global Warming, pffft!

    by bowhunter12002 Apr 12, 2014 9:03 AM
    denny.crane66 denny.crane66 Apr 16, 2014 7:19 AM Flag

    Uh, I think the thread subject indicated gore as a hypocrite. But even a bigger and more dangerous issue faced by our country is the power this guy has generated in influencing domestic and world policy in an inefficient and foolishly expensive direction. Expensive to first world nations and all based on folly, or shall I say "the right thing to do" simply an emotionally driven feel good,
    Try to stay on point. Both you and bun warmer try to divert the thread. Gore is a danger to our economy, period. Why don't you try to expand on that????? and quit with your childish attempt to be a philosopher.

  • Reply to

    Gurus

    by surly_woman Apr 15, 2014 10:53 AM
    denny.crane66 denny.crane66 Apr 15, 2014 1:48 PM Flag

    I read some on that and yes, there was plenty of variability for instance Nassir data was accumulated 8 years ago, over a 2 ?year span.
    another high flyer called the Nasdaq bubble but went way too bullish
    in '08 and missed, That in its self is not trivial.. In the end just too high a beta to draw conclusions
    involving predictable accuracy.

  • Reply to

    Gurus

    by surly_woman Apr 15, 2014 10:53 AM
    denny.crane66 denny.crane66 Apr 15, 2014 12:13 PM Flag

    interesting.. so just like Rukysers elves who were edged out by a group of chickens pecking at a screen
    we can conclude most of these guys are to be ignored. I read the article CXO advisory as for the explanations of why the dismal results, no great conclusions unless I missed something but obviously there is statistical significance between the tales of the curve. Without further thinking it seems the guys at the bottom could be useful if you shorted all of their longs
    example Prechter is 30% below a neutral probability and Nassar is only 18% above . but then there's Vomit
    who is running 99.9%

  • Reply to

    Interesting. Global Warming, pffft!

    by bowhunter12002 Apr 12, 2014 9:03 AM
    denny.crane66 denny.crane66 Apr 14, 2014 5:34 PM Flag

    juan , you created anger with your own words. By telling what money you are playing with slaps people in the face. There is no way you will be respected on this board. Sorry to be so candid. They hate me too but I don't care in fact I love being hated, you still do care just going to have to live with knowing you are hated...and tha's ok too

  • Reply to

    yup another big blind mullet in your lap

    by denny.crane66 Apr 10, 2014 9:31 PM
    denny.crane66 denny.crane66 Apr 13, 2014 9:27 AM Flag

    I read up on this fund in Mutual fund observer , worth looking into
    considering latest inflation news, I will pass it by my friend at Northern Trust: Senior VP and branch Mgr. he has a staff of 5 who do research
    The fund is unremarkable so far and should show its value if inflation rises. It sounds like it has all the right stuff but it needs to prove itself.

  • Reply to

    yup another big blind mullet in your lap

    by denny.crane66 Apr 10, 2014 9:31 PM
    denny.crane66 denny.crane66 Apr 12, 2014 7:14 PM Flag

    I see you have responded but it is too late. You don't use a
    charting with a sliding time base. That told me you are not technical and I can't deal with that , sorry , nothing personal.
    good luck

  • Reply to

    yup another big blind mullet in your lap

    by denny.crane66 Apr 10, 2014 9:31 PM
    denny.crane66 denny.crane66 Apr 12, 2014 5:03 PM Flag

    one more thing little horn blower , Had my taxes prepared and I was advised my custodian of my MLP's is responsible for sending the IRS what taxable income I owe and that has been exactly what they have done in the past they just needed to get some details from me, and in fact those forms are no big deal either, in fact it's very trivial. You almost had me concerned bit for now, you can put you little tin horn down and put your nerves to rest. People like me do tend to get a little sloppy. We are not concerned with commissions for instance.
    The fact you are concerned gives you away as a small fry. We have no need to talk, you have offered no information valuable to me, all your wailing and shaking about these bond funds included. As i said you are
    a hot tip quick buck small fry in my book. Good by and good luck

  • Reply to

    yup another big blind mullet in your lap

    by denny.crane66 Apr 10, 2014 9:31 PM
    denny.crane66 denny.crane66 Apr 12, 2014 4:31 PM Flag

    you are really struggling to save face but I will give you some advice, not that you are worth it. First use Stockcharts which has a SLIDING TIME BASE...not a truncated time base. Do you even know what a time base is?? geez, then you will see
    the departure between the two funds I mentioned. Second I was in PONAX way back , I don't know or care what the purchase issues are now but I do know PONDX is the retail investor version. You obviously don't have the technical background to
    substantiate your claims , this is really simple stuff. But what I do know about you is you fall into the hot tip quick ,buck mentality
    and I have no time for you. You my little man go off to ignore land along with goldturd

  • Reply to

    yup another big blind mullet in your lap

    by denny.crane66 Apr 10, 2014 9:31 PM
    denny.crane66 denny.crane66 Apr 12, 2014 1:15 PM Flag

    run Forrest run. Heah Heah Heah

  • Reply to

    yup another big blind mullet in your lap

    by denny.crane66 Apr 10, 2014 9:31 PM
    denny.crane66 denny.crane66 Apr 12, 2014 11:49 AM Flag

    Don't try to save face here. Too late
    The charts I mentioned are clearly divergent , and Don't think you can throw around fund managers names as if you actually know them. All I see is a very insecure person
    attempting to impress , As for the commissions 7.95 or 49...geez who cares, As for one year , I am long past that. buzz off termite
    go eat some wood......my wood for starters ...apple bobber

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