and we know at least half will be "Home Runs" and the other three solid triples
but if DOT is a hit its jumps to $5 and doesn't look back.
either at market close or certainly come Monday. Then when Iran walks from nuke talks next week, UWTI test $5 and climbs. Buy low - sell high guys.
Then next week we can cancel Nuke talks again when my dog does to be followed the week after to cancel because my hamster died. Its the Iranian way - keep stalling and stalling and stalling but behind the scenes keep building Nukes to take out Israel and U.S. and Europe.
Dawn of Titans will be soft-launched soon, with a global release to follow later in the summer. If it catches on, given the huge money being made by mobile games like Clash of Clans and Game of War, it could make that £317m acquisition look like a bargain.
I figure around July Zynga will be trading over $4 a share on anticipation of Dawn of Titans being a "Block Buster".
Merkel and Obama want to hold off taking any action to confront Russia, but only after Russian soldiers (in little green uniforms) and Ukraine rebels get half of Ukraine and then set sights on Baltics. At the rate Merkel and Obama are going Putin will have Poland in his hip pocket by August as world leaders sit on their hands. Useless politicians.
Separatist leaders in eastern Ukraine threatened Wednesday to abandon a cease-fire following changes to a law granting their regions self-rule. Gee and I thought Putin was just spending time with his "love child"?
and that sound you hear is Merkel screaming - "We just lost 300 billion Euros to those Crazy Greeks and will never see a dime back". And you thought Merkel was forward thinking. HA
The current money-go-round is unsustainable. Euro-region taxpayers fund their governments, which in turn bankroll the European Central Bank. Cash from the ECB's Emergency Liquidity Scheme flows to the Greek banks; they buy treasury bills from their government, which uses the proceeds to … repay its International Monetary Fund debts! No wonder a recent poll by German broadcaster ZDF shows 62 percent of Germans say they want Greece out of the euro, up from 41 percent last month.
I agree. Shorting Spy at this level is a no brainer but if you time it properly you can make a killing going long Tvix and Uvxy. Now the question is will we see panic selling tomorrow or worse?
that starts today and ends sometime late this year. Some might say I'm a little early but my sources tell me Yellen has her Rate Hike hat on and loves tasty bull meat for dinner. So time to go long Tvix and watch it double in front of your very eyes and possibly triple by Friday.
and hello rate hike this summer. Anyone going long GLD is plain crazy since Gold is set for a major correction with the Fed warming up to raise rates June, July or August. Its coming as gold melts down below $800 an ounce.
because deep, deep down market knows Fed is about to move on raising this summer and the "BULL" won't be able to handle reality. As in "free lunch gone" and the bull starves for the rest of 2015.
yet Tvix closes up only 5% and well off its high. So are "shorts" controlling this crazy ETF or is it just a rigged games that only goes in one direction (down, down, down). So we had a huge market sell off last Friday and another big sell off today and we are still treading water at $2 a share. This sucks since you're supposed to make money holding this worthless ETF when the market tanks and volatility jumps. What a SCAM this is.
When Argentina defaulted it did not take any other countries with it (in South America). With Greece its a totally different story since if they leave the Euro or get kicked out, Spain, Portugal, Ireland might follow. And if one of those countries do bail the Euro, look for Italy to get in line. Argentina cannot be compared to Greece, since the Greeks want to take down Europe as they smile in everyone's faces.
Now that total number won't all fall on Germany since they are probably hold 50 billion in Greek debt, but its still going to be very, very ugly when Greece Fiance Minister says "we pay back nothing yet expect more loans for our failing economy". And with that Germany closes up shop, leaves the table and starts the Greek Default Clock ticking.
When Greece says no pay back to creditors and Europe says "no money for Greek banks". Its a Mexican stand off that will not end well, indeed.