This is part of their plan. They want to hurt short-sellers of the 2-3X overpriced stock market and anyone who is long precious metals. They want to hurt all but the ultra wealthy.
How are these chosen people able to manipulate up the market so much?
this should have fallen to around 8 or less before making any headway. this market is such a farce.
patience, diligence and knowledge should keep you away from a 2X overpriced market for a depressed economy. PE ratio for the S&P500 tends to 6-8 in bad times and today deserves a 5 multiple.
You are correct. People need to seek out the truth. I suggest looking up the two articles" 2X overpriced stock market and negative 10% GDP growth. The economic numbers are muddied with the impact of the actual inflation rate, the "stimulus" or federal deficit and also the 1% due to population growth that economists and especially reporters fail to do.
I see many times in history the S&P500 went below 10 and even below 6. Today is worthy of a multiple of 5 since the economy was never as bad as it is now.
I bet you are too lazy to look it up and that shows you are not an investor. If you are long this market you are not thinking.
and no solid basis behind it. look even at the small business confidence data. all the economic data is bad.
it was nice seeing this above 19 last month...sold some but evidently not enough. who would have expected the manipulators couldn't handle valuations going in the direction of fair value, even at 90% too high, now we are at above 100% of fair value
The manipulators are trying all they can to keep this market from plunging. Five days in a row it recovers quite a bit as they want to give everyone a false impression of the economy.
Stop making these market bubbles! Wait for fair prices. Short most everything. If you are going to be long, wait at least for a 30-60% pull-back in the market and if you want FB, wait until 3 to 8 per share.
Stop the bubble making, please!
they don't want to be caught shorting aapl or buying puts to be prosecuted so they are in a proxy etf
just see for yourself...look at market index etfs and see