What makes you tick, why are You so hell bent on being a SLEAZEBALL basher, would it be that you were some poor fool who bought last FEB high over $0.03, and held on and got hammered and sold out for less than half of a penny, could that be it, why you are so going nuts and p. SSSSSSS OFF.
Those who don't realize that this is the end of the Santa rally at this level, after this up move in the past four weeks, well they will all end up with coal in their stockings for XMAS.
if their also selling out, it has to be only the foolish Japanese that are buying, and that is a major warning.
I grabbed 5000 shares when I seen the news this morning, got in at $0,05, could run up to over $0.10 on today's news.
I seen the news on it this morning, wish I would have bought it when it was cheaper but I did grabbed 5000 shares when it hit $0.05 looks like it can run to over $0.10 today off of the news.
the news is too good to even think about selling one share until its trading over $0.20.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
that it has happen only four other times in the past twenty five years, and that all of the times except for one time it led to a big correction in a short period of time once it happened.
Dollar Falls Versus Euro as Dudley Urges Patience on Fed
By Lucy Meakin Nov 13, 2014 8:34 AM ET 1 Comment Email Print
The dollar weakened versus the euro after New York Federal Reserve Bank President William C. Dudley urged investors to be patient on the timing of a U.S. interest-rate increase.
The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index fell, while the Australian and New Zealand currencies reversed earlier declines. Switzerland’s franc was at almost the strongest level in more than two years against the euro even as Swiss National Bank Vice President Jean-Pierre Danthine said its 1.20 per-euro cap will stay in place. Dudley, whose role has a permanent vote on the policy-setting Federal Open Market Committee, spoke at the Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates in Abu Dhabi.
“It’s a stronger euro because we had comments from Dudley,” said Ulrich Leuchtmann, the head of currency strategy at Commerzbank AG in Frankfurt. “Uncertainty regarding the normalization of U.S. monetary policy is popping up with comments like these. I don’t think this will be long-lasting. Dudley is known to be a super dove.”
The dollar depreciated 0.3 percent to $1.2470 per euro at 8:32 a.m. New York time. The U.S. currency was little changed at 115.45 yen after advancing as much as 0.4 percent. The euro strengthened 0.2 percent to 143.96 yen.
Bloomberg’s dollar index, which tracks the greenback against 10 major peers, slipped 0.1 percent to 1,093.
Last month, the Fed ended its bond-purchase program, citing improvement in the U.S. labor market, moving it closer to higher interest rates. Since then, data showed employers added 214,000 workers in October and the unemployment rate fell to a six-year low.
Investors are betting the first rate increase from the Fed will come in 10 months, Morgan Stanley index data show. Policy makers have kept their benchmark target for overnight lending between banks in a range of zero to 0.25 percent since December 2008.
“The reaction of financial markets to our actions will be important in terms of how fast we go once we start to tighten monetary policy,” Dudley said.
The New Zealand dollar climbed 0.5 percent to 79.18 U.S. cents. The Aussie rose 0.4 percent to 87.50 U.S. cents, after reaching 87.64 U.S. cents, the most since Oct. 31.
Switzerland’s central bank’s currency limit “is going to be in place for the foreseeable future,” Danthine said at a conference in Stockholm today.
The franc appreciated to within 0.2 percent of the SNB cap yesterday before a Nov. 30 referendum that, if passed, would require the central bank to increase its gold holdings. That risks making it harder for policy makers to control the exchange rate.
The Swiss currency was little changed at 1.20178 per euro. It strengthened 0.3 percent to 96.36 centimes per dollar.
The pound fell to the lowest in more than a year against the dollar as a property slowdown deepened concern U.K. growth has cooled, reducing pressure on the Bank of England to raise interest rates.
he said all indicators of way over bought and over hyped and out of control all Bulls in the market, with no buyers being left is about to create a stampede for the exits, on just one more report out of the Ukraine of more Russian troops crossing the border, which is happening but the media is keeping it from the masses on the orders to keep a panic from starting in the markets.
have been waiting months for this sold all my shares after hours at $120.00, and will be looking to sell my $125.00 calls in the morning hopefully for over a $1.50 and laugh all the way to the bank.
That's even more a reason to dump stocks right now, on a over pump story by low grade writer of the story.
and why so many puts are being bought right now, and giving a warning single that this pump is about to fall apart.
sounds like the smart money is starting to get really worried about this pump.
One more round of sanctions against Russia and the German economy will take another big hit, and so will the rest of Europe, and tank their markets big time just like last month.
anyone taking this market long over the weekend after this parabolic move up in the past ten days, has to be nuts, drunk, and stoned, on what the news could be over the weekend.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
and the market is at the top of that hill right now, he says also that the Dragi comments are once again a case of verbal manipulation that will once again hold no wait, once the reality of he will do not much more then what he has already done.
because of the whispers rumors of a more than expected stronger jobs that could be coming. and start all of the talk again of a Fed moving sooner on rate hikes once again, all over again that could spark another big sell off, on a market that has now had too much of a big run up again, in a way over valued market being reported.
you also have a bunch of trading blogs putting buys on it saying its setting up for a big run higher.
all negative candle on a chart after a big run up, at another very topping aria, that could correct with a big sell off any day now, on anything negative in the markets, anyone still buying this market must have a head full of rocks, and are at a big risk of getting their heads handed to them.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
And it's clueless fools like you who will get caught with their underwear wrapped around their knees and not able to run, when they are taken out at much higher prices, and Wiped out on their naked short position.
Sentiment: Strong Buy