1. China declares tiny speck are theirs.
2. U.S. sends jets over specks.
3. China says--"send us our money"
4. U.S. says, "no"
5. Rates rise 1% in one day; stocks have 10% drop in one day.
1987--Greenspan replaces Volker. Oct 1987--a huge pop.
2007--Bernanke replaces Greensan. 2008 a huge pop.
Maybe this time will be different.
whatever people say about you Sybil, you are hilarious. That was very funny. Yes, it iz going to hit the fan, very shortly.
"Red Flag for Investors" by Mark Hulbert. "Netflix insiders unloading--CEO, CFO and others". Article is on page 28.
And we are at the end of the bubble, not the middle. I can't see the bubble inflating much into '14. May start popping in January or February, or even before.
Everything looks attractive in the middle of a bubble. The music stops when the dollar loses its luster with foreigners. When they stop accepting our paper--actually electronic bits--in exchange for real commodities. That point could be closer than people think. The markets are bigger than the F.R. At that point the tulips will return to proper valuations.
I haven't "given up" dumb #$%$ GeeGee. Just commented that is a waste of time to read your inane comments, along with those of the cyberbullies NasQuack6000 and "Skidmark" skiidady. Meanwhile, have done very weel recently in PKI and Yahoo etc. These stocks have gone up way more % wise than AMZN & CMG. Have cleared out in recent days, and will be all over this one on the first sign of breakdown. It should scare you bulls when you look at a chart of Tesla--how quickly it fell 40%.
I will check in from time to time to monitor Techstrategy's posts, which are often good, and maybe Sybil's and a few others that make sense. Cutting back to 5 minutes per day.
Full of cyberbullies, morons, pretend traders. Sayonara!
Nope--but I suspect you & skiiday are the same.