Actually, it was longtermholds that first mentioned the UBTI factor after you neglected it in your first post. You then came back to reiterate to HIM that that his statement about UBTI was erroneous and concluded your statement with "you are showing your ignorance". I then provided the definitive answer on the subject of K-1s as related to tax obligations in retirement accounts. My info is factual, indisputable, and 100% relevant to the topic of discussion.
I'm not sure how your warped mind registered that as an attempt to deceive.
So you state Berkshire had a bad year in 2014 but you don't have any numbers ... just making stuff up ah?
YTD is a commonly referenced timeframe
S&P = -5.47%
DOW = -5.21%
NAS = -8.98%
BKK-B = + 1.61%
I'm pretty sure REAL professional traders focus on the hard right edge of the chart ... who said that?
Did you see Jesus in the Hamptons or in the swamps of Vietnam? Or was it "Viet Nam" LOL
WOW ... technical discussion about crude oil prices breaks out and the "professional" wants to talk politics ...
got stopped out today at the PSAR level of $27.10 for a nice 15% loss in less than 12 trading days.
Time to go to the bank and make another withdraw ... LOL
You neglected to mention Schwarzman's massive equity loss ... so typical
Huh??? b_d_l wasn't talking technicals. He was talking fundamentals ... in particular, market participant demographics and VALUATION of the S&P.
Now that the pro has all buy signals and is flashing buy ... contrarians might consider taking profits in short term long trading positions ... This would be application of the Whipsaw trading theory (wink-wink)
Just wondering ...
Now that BX is nearing overbought conditions and is at the TOP of the Bollinger bands, the pro says BUY?
Let's see what happens ... I know I'M being entertained
"The SHORT Signal Prevails ~ by the_professional_trader • Feb 24, 2016 9:44 AM Flag
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I wasn't trying to harass, I was trying to embarrass you into deleting your trash post ... and it worked!