Since when is it so important for ANYONE to admit their sexuality, which is absolutely no one's business? Being liberal is one thing, but having absolutely no values is another.
The Fed has stopped the normal business cycle for too long, and giddy euphoric investors need to have their expectations brought down to earth. A recession can do exactly that, and will offer a huge buying opportunity when the recession is almost over. In that spirit, 1600-1700 on the S&P might be reasonable.
Really? You mean it's not because the S&P went up about 125 points in the past 4 trading days? It's not because this has been a bear market rally? It has nothing to do with global slowing, ebola, or ISIS? Does CNBC or any financial media have any idea what they're talking about?
The truth is, the media creates their own self-fulfilling prophecy.....If the average Joe saves about $35-$40 a month on gas, why can't they use that to pay down credit cards, or just save the money for their child's education or a rainy day? No, the media says the consumer will spend the money on Xmas and I-phones,
restaurants, clothes, etc. The media knows everything, just ask them.
CNBC's latest headline is "the Dow soars almost 200 points today, as investors cheer the latest round of earnings reports." What? You see the how the media plays the game? Verizon missed, McDonalds missed badly, IBM was a disaster, and there were others.....is this what investors cheered?
You all know what that means, right? if Gartman said that, you should sell everything starting tomorrow. A major correction is heading our way.
When the market starts falling, as it will tomorrow, Cramer will tell you to be cautious. Then, when it falls
further, he'll tell you to consider taking profits. Then when it revisits the lows, he'll tell you to get out. Then, if it starts heading back up, he'll tell you to buy.
There will no such thing as seasonality this year. Geopolitics will cause the markets to head much lower, and the weak global economy will adversely effect the US, and we'll head towards a recession. Oil is already crashing, the US markets will be next.
I won't let Cramer ruin your portfolio by telling you to get out when it's too late. I'll tell you right now.....start
getting out and take your profits this weeks, before it's too late.
How does it feel now? It feels great. I bought back in (out 2 weeks ago) in the last 10 minutes under $14. And if it tries to close the gap tomorrow, I'll load up again. That's how it feels genius.
What is it about their huge demand for their products you don't get?
What is with these people? Do they want their clients to lose even more money? This looks like a bear market in the making, and that's obvious to everyone except guests on CNBC and their anchors.
Get your history books out from 1978 so you know who Jim Jones was.....Jim Cramer has been literally
screaming on TV " I WANT YOU IN THIS STOCK, NOT THAT STOCK." He's gloating because the market is parabolic, and yet when the S&P was at 1820 on October 15 (yes, less than a month ago), he was telling
everyone to take profits if the market goes up at all. What a fair weather clown!
This is huge news, and shows support for the stock. Reported in a filing today, this is a new buy.
When the hell is this market going to fall? If I read one more article about "seasonality", I'm going to scream. These talking heads try anything they can to manipulate the markets. A parabolic move off a low point is
unhealthy, and unsustainable.
Breaking news: Time Magazine decided the Ebola fighters deserve this recognition. I agree....Don't think for a minute that just because you don't hear about any US cases of Ebola, the disease went away. Nothing can be further from the truth. The battle rages on in Africa and other nations. And I'm betting what we hear from the company in after hours today will confirm the huge demand for their products.
Do us all a favor and just stop. I don't know if you're long or short the stock, and it really doesn't matter. I do know this is a public company, and CEO's normally don't talk to Yahoo message board posters. Even if they did, they would not share what is construed as proprietary information.....and that poster would then know enough not to disseminate that information in a public venue, which you obviously don't.
"Daniel was pretty vocal about the reports." Sure he was.....and I'm the Queen of England or the NJ Jets quarterback.
GWPH may get all the attention for medical cannabis applications, but the truth is INSY may be ahead of them in their effort.
1. This is a profitable company, that reported stellar results their last report
2. Well documented recent insider buying
3. Cannabis applications receiving orphan drug exclusivity
4. On a technical basis, the stock broke out today and took out resistance.....There's not much stopping INSY from making new highs in the near term.
This morning, some boutique analyst firm named Susquehanna changed their rating on IRBT from positive to neutral. I can only guess that they had clients who were short the stock, and they need to try to cover lower. IRBT's report was very impressive, and they raised guidance, which caught the street by surprise. Any weakness today, I'm adding to the position I started yesterday.
By the way, Cramer said last night he thinks IRBT is very inexpensive. The market will probably be up today, and IRBT may even be green by the end of the day. I think we'll be in the $36-$37 range by Friday or Monday. If you believe in the story, there's no reason to sell.
I wish they would just go dark and disappear. They're not helping anyone. And dragging the Fed governors on air 3 times a week is a joke, just like Jeremy Siegel.
Not that I really care, but why would you risk shorting a stock that could be a $50 stock in a few weeks? It doesn't make sense. If this virus is not contained, the stock could go parabolic.