electric bikes a good idea, though
there are soOOOO many electric bike companies, though
and they are competing with themselves (gasoline bikes)
maybe easier to get into the US electric bike market then car market
I think they are waking up to reality and joining the crowd
eventually all cars and bikes will be electric, that's my guess
gas engines are complicated and high maintenance also
I seriously wonder if they could fix it at this point. Sure doesn't look like they are doing anything. It's the way the government is structured, too many minds with alternative motive. To me, it seems like it is the only thing they should be doing and seriously focus on it. There is a lot they could do, like stop giving money away, bring the military home, etc.. I don't think they feel the urgency, they think it will kill the economy, and it would definitely cause a recession, but the right now, the house is on fire, and a little water damage would be a better.
They don't even talk about it. I think their game plan is denial.
borrow more and more and no policy to turn it around and borrow more and more. What happens eventually?
Amazing. Did anyone interview Janet Yellen? Were they looking for a puppet? Stocks should have to be held for a month minimum or something like that, long or short. They have these Monday set-ups, like they had a meeting on Friday and decided to push it up $140 billion dollars in market cap. Then they take the focus in another direction and talk about something trivial like Martha Stewards (spelling) insider $14,000 trade. Poor Martha's trade was a factor of 10 million less and they talked about it for 2 years. Wall street jumps the price $140B on half volume and not a word!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Of course, there is no manipulation in the market, says Janet Yellen. Including high speed trading?
I forgot to say that 40% of the money goes to wall Street
for what, ripping the rest of the country off
high speed trading has been going on forevery, no one cared
no one cares now, but they have to look like they do, due to the 60 minutes thing
they want it to fade away
and high speed trading a small compared to the rest of the pocket lining tricks, but it isn't small
except I think the market will eventually drop 60% instead of 30%
too much debt and slowing spending as a necessity is happening and happened
percent of people working says fake economy
fake economy propped up by government over spending
interest on the debt about equal to the income of the country
deficit about equal to the income of the country
no one ones to admit it, so they compare it to the GDP
we were at 75 around 5 years ago
look at a 10 year chart of bigcharts and you will see that a drop to 75 is likely, since in the 5 year ago drop we spy hit around 70 then, making a drop to 75 a reverse head and shoulders; not written in stone but could happen very easily
the giant sucking sound is getting loud
more folks on disability etc, hiding the real employment numbers
military in 100 countries, duh
might have a geopolitical mess from the military madness, overextended world police
that's a 60% drop back to spy = 75
why shouldn't it happen
Wall street sells and sells; no one buys, waiting for the bottom; wall street is short and wants it to fall, so they can make a killing and buy the very low bottom.
someone made some money, a lot of money, like 278 simi trailers full of $100 bills (or whatever)
That's a pretty serious number. Someone mentioned that the market has been up more than 90% of the time in the premarket lately. If they wanted to buy, they wouldn't do that. I saw that go on with Research in Motion a few years ago, before it crashed to 10% of its peak.
Back out and look at the big picture. The market won't go to the moon, based on a dollar of premarket manipulation. It's a triple top until it really breaks out, which is unlikely.
and demographics (money coming out)
eventually the market will retreat in a big way, I believe, just makes sense
the interest on the debt is close to the income of the country
the deficit is close to the income of the country
GDP isn't the number to look at, it is the income total of the country, more like 10% of the GDP
Washington has royally screwed up the economy and the dollar
sell the premarket open
Once it sells of for a week or so, the anti wealth effect will be major and SPY may go to 80 again.
and that's just the tip of the iceberg. I remember when Intel traded 40M shares a day. That's 10 billion a year. It was as though the company was being bought and sold every 3 months, based on it's market cap. I think it slowed down these days. How do you explain that? Commissions? High speed (lower speed high speed trading back then). I remember putting in trades over and over and seeing the bid and ask jump up. I could see it with my own two eyes. They knew. The SEC gets paid $500M a month to give the brokerage firms special configurations within the exchange, allowing high speed trading. It takes 60 minutes to wake up the FBI. They finally decide to get off their butts and make an attempt to make themselves look good. IT'S ABOUT TIME! The SEC is part of the problem and should get sued in my opinion. Remember #$%$ Grasso walking away with $140 million. He was too busy counting his money to police the markets.
still it lines up so far, lower lows (this is the third lower low). Could go up, but I think the top is in, and its on its way down. Been wrong before.
When it's 4 in the morning and your 325 pound date for the night walks by for the 5th time with a shitty diaper stuck to the back of her shorts and hasn't a clue that it's there. Time to go home.
I agree. History suggests that every country that things they can spread their charm around the world goes under. Is the unthinkable possible, sure it is. And like you said, whose money is it? If Obama wants to spend his money doing that fine, but it ain't his money. Obama isn't president of the world, neither was Bush. We need to stay home and laugh it off, take the military home and when it comes here, give them a very serious fight, fast and furious and get it over. It's too expensive. $17T in debt and giving money away. I read they just gave $1.5B to Ukraine. Did they as America? No one would say yes, not with $17T debt and growing.
In time, and maybe fairly soon, within 2 to 6 months, a waterfall sell off. The reason: the technical are pointing down and it hit 70 before so 80 would form an inverse head and shoulders; demographics means a lot of money is coming out; Wall Street constantly sucks money out of the market to the tune of 40% of all the earnings so something has to give; the economy is hurting.... The US interest on the debt is about as much as the country earns (net income combined) so its too crippling; The deficit got better (much better fast), but it is still well over $600B and anything can take it up again like a world recession/depression caused by war or the $100T in debt (it was $70T in 2007) too much too fast says sick economy. I know all this sounds negative, I think its reality. The positive is that business grows and the economy wants to do well by nature. It's just that things have gotten out of hand via special interests and it really isn't even in their best interest either.
You see what I am saying. The deficit seems to have dropped, but they are spending as much as the total income of the country. And the interest on the national debt is about equal to the total income of the country. And after the real estate bubble and criminal acts of the banks, they went out and talked a lot of other countries into increasing their debt in a huge way. Seems stupid to me.
It's just the way it works, the big Beta swings. It's March, time for the sell off. The market went up about 300% from it's low. There are stocks that are up a factor of 4 in a couple years, like FB. Russia, China, something, anything can help be a trigger. I wouldn't stick around for more gains, when it fact it is heading down. Technically it looks like its selling off. Maybe it will turn back up, but is sure doesn't seem likely. Though things look better, don't forget that spending is still huge and the debt is huge. Furthermore, they always compare to the GDP. They should compare the deficit to the income of the country. It matters when the deficit and interest on the national debt are about equal to the nations income (actual income, not the GDP (money changing hands). The world's debt is $100T and it went up from 70T to 100T from 2007 to now.