So why, pray tell, does the SEC continue to look the other way? You don't think some big players are paying them off, do you? That would be fraud, there's no fraud in the markets, right?
This market is officially impossible to trade. There are no trends, no charts, just media and Fed minutia driving equities; and then the computer programs take over.
They will probably be ordering a heavy inventory of protective Hazmat suits and other protective clothing, just to be proactive and be prepared in case of an emergency. More later....
Pandora, I just don't understand how a market can go parabolic after all that technical damage. Maybe I'm naive, or maybe this time it's different, who knows.
The US is selfish in many ways. Most people could care less about disease, famine, poverty, etc., unless it effects them directly. So if there are no new ebola cases in the US, the financial media tells you to resume buying stocks like a drunken sailor, and the bots take it from there.
Exactly dunrunnin.....and yet the casino continues to march to a different drum.
And the market is up huge again. Isn't it funny how the market strategists and CNBC anchors said the IBM report was one off, or IBM specific, and the AAPL report is leading the market higher?
Shorts think because there are no new cases in the US, that means that no more hazmat protection will be in demand? Nothing could be further from the truth. There are new cases globally, and there's talk of having hospitals in the US and other countries buying Hazmat suits to be pro-active, just in case......Think about it, it makes sense.
LAKE's products will be in huge demand for quite awhile.
The jobless rate is down, but incomes are also down or stagnant. No one wants their I-pads, they're not selling at all. And everyone who wanted an I-phone already bought. Once the market crashes, AAPL will go down with it.
We're hearing it's possible to catch the ebola virus by using store touch pads used by others. If not ebola, you can catch the flu, or other diseases. And with the global economy slowing, I don't see how they can guide any numbers....I'd rather they tell the truth and refuse to give guidance.
He needs to dress up at company presentations and stop trying to look like Steve Jobs in black shirts. He's not professional....I don't buy the California casual #$%$, this is a public company, act like a leader.
He's excited about his product launches going into the holidays. The problem is, no one cares, because the global economy is sinking quickly, and consumers can't afford high priced Apple toys anymore.
This was predicted, it's all priced in.