tells you everything you already knew.
Shor Nuf! with the indices at near the HOD as I type. I don't believe in coincidences. And a green close is on tap for today; no surprise to you, I know.
He's a billionaire and can afford to make a miss call, now and then. Wind farm comes to mind... Oil and gas rule, as do currencies and gold.
Ah Ha! Will Tesla be making batteries for the solar industry? Now you're talkin', but solar hasn't had its day in the sun, as yet.
Too expensive, even 45 years after I first heard the word about "saving the planet".
What little I know of the FX market is where I know the ebb and flow, and how it goes. I'm certain Ms. Lagarde, and Ms. Yellen do also. And isn't that a remarkable in the rise of the EURO against the USD this week? And whatever happened to Syria, Yemen, and Greece leaving the EU? Not a problem, one stepchild to the curb will be hailed as a win win situation.
I could have been a reporter, and not only a journalist.
Including Sharon and Bertha.
Didn't I mention that regular gas was $3.99 and 9/10 at the Mobile station I passed by on Wednesday?
Earnings for most companies are mediocre, at best, and set at zero; any beat is heralded as a positive, SS/DD.
EOM selloff, and Friday may see a mutual fund buy in, as Friday is the first day of May.
You'll hear the TINA "investment" spin over the weekend, and the hump and pump of the RE market.
Again, folks who buy or refi at these historically low rates, are also ponying up for breathtaking high prices in many markets. Let's Review: Currently, mortgage interest is tax deductible. The price one pays is permanent, and can drop precipitously. And, when mortage interest rates rise, the prices of RE drop notably. However it seems, the Fed is Shanghai'd, so to speak; and can't raise rates to an appreciable level for investors, and not enough to encourage the non existent first time home buyers who remain doubled up with friend, or sleeping in their childhood bedroom, with their spouse or whatever, and maybe a child, in their parents home.
Exactly. It's kinda like a Bait and Switch. Generally speaking, bond markets and stock market don't rise in tandem. Historically speaking, it may be unprecedented.
Tulips for $2000, Alex.
I don't have a degree in finance, accounting, or business, but I have a looksee around, and keep up when I take a gander at how things flow, and appear. And I don't wanna hear another word about "savings at the pump" spewed in the media. I passed a Mobile station on Wednesday evening at $3.99 and 9/10ths per gallon for regular. That is $4 per gallon for those who roll in and purchase.
Yes, we all know that CA is the 8th largest global eCONomy, and fuel prices are higher here in part of the state taxes. Alaska is also another big oil state, and prices at the pump in most towns there meet or exceed what we pay here in CA.
If so, that would highlight the failure of all that QE's BS, and bank bailouts that the USA taxpayers funded. If 3% cripples a country, that tells you everything you need to know.
doesn't mean anything, until rates rise 3% or more. The .25% here, and maybe a .50% after are just toes testing the water. The facts are perfectly clear, and the USA can maybe service the debts at what is currently on tap to be paid. Issuing more at any higher rate of interest would make the current Greek financial situation look like a picnic in the park on a Sunday afternoon. Who are the buyers at the weekly auctions?
I don't buy my own items at my garage sale, and then call it a successful and profitable sale.
The pseudo cutesy names they all use on Fast Money is so very telling of the pump X and sometimes dump another stock. What they rarely disclose is if they actually have purchased retail shares of the discussed stock, or only the options. Publicly traded companies may have many classes of shares, bonds, and options. Specificity would be much more interesting, and the Fast Money rarely relays their positions to that degree.
somehow self destructed, on the topic of the major indices. That's OK, and Mandy's grey dress is so skin tight, and wrinkled, as it highlights her tummy bulge.
My typing skills must be less than when in my working days; as "ROI" and "want" were what I typed, but didn't print, in the above statement. The message stands.
OMG. Even Yellen doesn't want to see the actual and factual. China already knows, and their central bank system is trying to front run the upcoming disaster by putting on the false front.
When China owns California as a Deed from the upcoming default, they will know they made a higher RIO than the paper they purchased. And USA taxpayers will be on the hook for bazillions to buy it back. The Russians wants Alaska back; Seward's Folly was their mistake.
California is a representation of the entire USA, as it has such a large percentage of the total population.
Let's review: In the world of spin, the "Summer Driving Season" is coming up, and that refinery blowup here in SoCal last month was the cue to buy oil related stocks. Skeptics may say no correlation; I just pull up a chart. I can toss in a few hair tells, and futures hand signals by staff on CNBS, if ya missed all that aired info.
the CONsumer spending, etc. I passed by a Mobile station last night, and $3.99 and 9/10ths was the advertised price. That's $4 per gallon to me, no matter how you slice it. Tell me again about where gasoline is "cheap", and how much more cash I had, and will have, to spend on other sectors of the eCONomy?
Interesting. And yes, the Chinese were well represented in the Alaska gold mines, in Juneau and Douglas, back in the heyday, and after. . My Grammy told me the stories, and how the Chinese were treated. She was there then, and I wasn't. My Grammy didn't lie, and she had no reason to embellish on her statements.
Yepper Do! $3.99 per gallon for regular at the Mobile station about 2 miles from where I live. Tell me again how folks are saving so much at the gas pump, that they are buying homes, new rides, and stocks? Leverage up! Hello to the Flashback of 1929.
He's intelligent, and knows his biz.
I know myself.