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dhfexpress 2 posts  |  Last Activity: Jan 23, 2015 3:45 PM Member since: Aug 17, 2011
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    The Greek sell off begins, as expected.

    by barkerron121 Jan 23, 2015 3:09 PM
    dhfexpress dhfexpress Jan 23, 2015 3:45 PM Flag

    Beware oh Greeks bearing gifts ..... from what I have read and video clips I watched Greece will likely stay in Euro and with that CNBC might play it up and market could rally some Monday morning as it did Wed on QEnews but not quite as strong would be my guess as Greece is still in deep economic despair 6 years after bailout and anything they do is going to be a braid aid type fix. Dont think ant rally will have much staying power with today's China slower growth and UPS earnings miss and outlook on top of oil continued spiral. I think sometime Monday could be a good entery point on TVIX should Greece news rally market.

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    Any more questions?!?!

    by maslowmixer Jan 22, 2015 3:06 PM
    dhfexpress dhfexpress Jan 22, 2015 3:19 PM Flag

    I only hope market rallies again tomorrow and Dow and S & P test 52 week highs so I can load up at near 52 week low.
    That said.... My question would be at what point do the brokerages and banks sell their inventory to their clients and leave them holding the bag when the house of cards comes tumbling down like Goldman Sachs fraudulently stamped CDO's with AAA rating and sold them then shorted the companies they sold them to. This market and economy will fall this yeRar more than likely and no QE is going to stop it as QE is the main reason it will crash and burn. The masses are (_|_)'s and brainwashed by the CNBC cronies and Fed.

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