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seasons_beatings06 40 posts  |  Last Activity: May 17, 2013 4:26 PM Member since: May 7, 2013
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  • seasons_beatings06 by seasons_beatings06 May 17, 2013 4:26 PM Flag

    Stocks surged to another all-time high today. At 1,666, the S&P 500 is a full ONE THOUSAND points above its March 2009 shrub-induced low of 666. Some are worried things are getting too hot. But most agree that markets are nowhere near the irrational exuberance days of 2000 and the shrub bubble of 2007.

    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/stocks-rocket-time-high-heres-200008780.html

    while scrotes shout
    ¡¡BENGHAZI!!
    ¡¡GO TO CASHI!!
    ¡¡HYPERINFLATIONI!!
    ¡¡FOOD INSURANCE!!

    SEASONS BEATINGS!!!

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  • Reply to

    NYT Says They Knew

    by speedydekker May 17, 2013 3:47 PM
    seasons_beatings06 seasons_beatings06 May 17, 2013 4:22 PM Flag

    Just like ¡¡BENGHAZI!!, it's a big nothingburger, O Trust Fund Brat...
    TRUST ME ON THAT, OKKK???

    Keep on scrotin'!

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  • President Obama is improving the economy in spite of unprecedented opposition from your stooooopid party, scrotes.

    But... ¡¡BENGHAZI!!

    Fuggin traitors.

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  • seasons_beatings06 seasons_beatings06 May 17, 2013 8:03 AM Flag

    You mean Tweety? *yawn*

    Your stooooopid party takes the hits on their Phony Scandal Machine, O Trust Fund Brat.:

    "Recent polling shows GOP approval ratings are below that of cockroaches."

    Please proceed, scrote.

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  • Nice try on ¡¡BENGHAZI!!

    Your stooooopid party "leaders" have shot themselves in the foot AGAIN, ya fuggin looooozers.

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  • You doooooshbags are fuggin PATHETIC:
    Your ginned up "scandals" are falling apart

    The stooooopid party lost their phony baloney deficit/debt battle

    Claim: Benghazi 10 times bigger than Watergate, Iran-Contra combined
    Reality: Emails prove stooooopid party lying about ¡¡BENGHAZI!!: was a CIA operation, Clinton/WH out of the talking points.
    Outcome: Twice-elected President Barack Obama not implicated.

    IRS non-scandal: According to the agency inspector general’s report, attibuted to a group of employees in a division called the “Determinations Unit”.
    Outcome: Twice-elected President Barack Obama not implicated.

    AP non-scandal: ZERO evidence that the DoJ did anything illegal. Most people, in fact, think it was well within its rights to seize the phone records of Associated Press reporters.
    Outcome: Twice-elected President Barack Obama not implicated.

    The stooooopid party BS goes on and on, 37 worthless votes to repeal ObamneyCare. Last year, it was calculated that the first 33 votes to repeal health care reform took up approximately 80 hours of floor time from the House, or roughly two weeks. The Congressional Research Service said it costs $24 million to run the House for a week, so the first 33 votes cost taxpayers approximately $48 million.

    Your stooooopid party's shyte continues to corrode our country, scrotes: you're an embarrassment to the U.S.A. before the world and a laughingstock to Americans.

    Fuggin AHs.

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  • Here’s why, according to the president of River Twice Research, which he discusses in the accompanying video.

    First, the obvious: bond yields are low, people are reaching for yield.

    Second: corporate earnings. “There is one place in the world that’s dynamic,” Karabell says. “It’s not national economies…it’s companies doing interesting things globally and nationally. And insofar as those companies are represented by their stocks, they are where you want to be. Because that is the only place of excitement and dynamism in this global system we’re in." But what about top-line weakness? S&P 500 companies only beat revenue expectations around 43 perent of the time this earnings season, below the average beat rate of 52 percent over the last four quarters. Watch the accompanying video to see how Karabell responds

    Also: The skepticism of this “most unloved” rally is good for a bull market. “If you want a bull market to continue what you want is constant skepticism and not enough participation,” he says. “You don’t want 1997, you don’t want a 2007 where there’s all this liquidity because people are convinced things are going up – you want people skeptical that things are going to go up as they go up, because it means you won’t get so far ahead.” And by the way, the “great rotation” out of bonds and into stocks still has a long way to go, according to Karabell.

    Also, as for the idea that stocks have gotten ahead of themselves when you look at the disconnect from the real economy, Karabell says that can continue for another ten years. In the video he explains why borderless companies are not burdened by the all of the drags that weigh on national economies saying, “invest in companies, not countries.”

    http://finance.yahoo.com/blogs/daily-ticker/stock-market-not-bubble-bull-market-karabell-130917143.html?vp=1

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  • seasons_beatings06 seasons_beatings06 May 16, 2013 9:21 AM Flag

    Everyone knows your just sore because you went to all cash and missed out on HUGE gains in The Great Obama Bull Market, Slow Eddie!

    That's what you get for taking investing guidance from The Trust Fund Brat!

    SEASONS BEATINGS!!!

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  • seasons_beatings06 by seasons_beatings06 May 16, 2013 8:34 AM Flag

    scrotes bewildered:

    The headline index of prices fell 0.4% in April from the previous month, more than the 0.3% decline predicted by economists.

    Excluding food and energy, prices rose 0.1%. Economists were looking for a 0.2% increase.

    ¡¡HYPERINFLATION!!, indeedy! Oh, and... BENGHAZI!!

    Please proceed, scrotes.

    SEASONS BEATINGS!!!

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  • Please proceed, scrotes: Americans laugh at you.

    SEASONS BEATINGS!!!

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  • Reply to

    Change: A President you Can't TRUST

    by korean1dan May 15, 2013 7:33 PM
    seasons_beatings06 seasons_beatings06 May 15, 2013 9:02 PM Flag

    What, you dislike making money in The Great Obama Bull Market? You're a lousy excuse for an investor, doooooshbag.

    Please proceed, scrote.

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  • Reply to

    Windmills Killing American Symbol

    by speedydekker May 15, 2013 11:22 AM
    seasons_beatings06 seasons_beatings06 May 15, 2013 11:37 AM Flag

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  • seasons_beatings06 seasons_beatings06 May 15, 2013 8:17 AM Flag

    The stock market must be a mysterious phenomenon for you scrotes: you've been screaming like Chicken Little since your boy shrub crashed the world economy:

    David Tepper Is Crazy Bullish And Says scrote Short Sellers Better Have A Shovel To Dig Out Of Their Graves

    David Tepper is "definitely bullish" on stocks.

    He says the case is overwhelming.

    The economy is getting better around the world. Everyone's easing. They can't find enough people to work in the housing industry and that that's the only thing holding it back.

    He says he's not at all worried about QE tapering. His only warning is to scrote short-sellers, who he says need a shovel to get themselves out of the grave.

    Tepper is famous for these appearances on CNBC, and they've become market-moving events. In this case, he's moved the markets to green.

    Please proceed, scrotes: keep wallowing in your Fox "News"-induced cognitive dissonance!

    SEASONS BEATINGS!!!

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  • ABC Admits That They Never Read ¡¡BENGHAZI!! Emails That They Smeared Obama With

    ABC's source was likely someone within the stooooopid party House, because these emails were made available to the stooooopid party investigating ¡¡BENGHAZI!! months ago.

    IRS targetted librul groups, too. also.

    AP kerfluffle is perfectly legal under cheneyshrub's awful "Patriot" Act.

    President Obama's and Hillary Clinton's approval unaffected; GOP approval is in the toilet.

    Americans trust former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on ¡¡BENGHAZI!! more than House stooooopid party by a 49 percent to 39 margin.

    Stock Market still rising to record levels.

    Please proceed, scrotes.

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  • It looks like we’ve moved to talking about phony scandals just in time, because according to the Congressional Budget Office, the debt disaster that has obsessed the political class for the last three years is pretty much solved, at least for the next 10 years or so.

    The last time the CBO estimated our future deficits was February– just four short months ago. Back then, the CBO thought deficits were falling and health-care costs were slowing. Today, the CBO thinks deficits are falling even faster and health-care costs are slowing by even more.

    Here’s the short version: Washington’s most powerful budget nerds have cut their prediction for 2013 deficits by more than $200 billion. They’ve cut their projections for our deficits over the next decade by more than $600 billion. Add it all up and our 10-year deficits are looking downright manageable.

    Vive le Socialisme de Obama!

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  • seasons_beatings06 by seasons_beatings06 May 14, 2013 6:11 PM Flag

    Bad news for the scrotes:

    Since August, CBO has now revised down its projections of mandatory health care spending by nearly $500 billion, as Michael Linden pointed out. Since the 2010 CBO report, projected Medicare spending between 2013 and 2020 has fallen by just over $1 trillion ... or 16%.

    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/dont-look-now-medicare-spending-200751682.html

    Oh, and New Record Highs for the stock markets... Vive le Socialisme Obama!

    Please proceed, scrotes.

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  • Reply to

    IRS Scandal Grows

    by speedydekker May 14, 2013 6:00 PM
    seasons_beatings06 seasons_beatings06 May 14, 2013 6:05 PM Flag

    *yawn* ...zzzzz z z z z z . . . . .

  • seasons_beatings06 by seasons_beatings06 May 14, 2013 12:45 PM Flag

    With the S&P 500 at an all-time high, many stock market pundits have grown increasingly cautious.

    However, the savviest experts are reiterating their bullishness, and they are all pointing to one metric: the equity risk premium.

    "The equity risk premium is the key to investing and valuation," says legendary NYU finance professor Aswath Damodaran,

    The equity risk premium can be defined simply as the expected return on a broad stock market index in excess of the long-term risk-free rate, which is often measured by a government bond yield.

    Markets spiked this morning when influential hedge fund manager David Tepper held up a chart of the equity risk premium as he presented his uber-bullish case for stocks during a CNBC appearance.

    Blogger extraordinaire Barry Ritholtz and stock market legend Laszlo Birinyi each pointed us to Tepper's exact chart last week. Birinyi confident we'll see the S&P 500 pass 1,700 this year, and 1,900 relatively soon.

    Jim O'Neill, the now retired economist from Goldman Sachs, has long been bullish on stocks thanks to the equity risk premium. In the final slide of his final presentation, O'Neill argued, "Current ERP levels continue to indicate that equity markets are still quite attractive in many parts of the world."

    http://search.yahoo.com/search?p=Equity%20Risk%20Premium%20is%20High%20bullish

    Vive le Socialisme Obama!

    Keep on scrotin', scrotes! Oh, and... ¡¡BENGHAZI!!

    SEASONS BEATINGS!!!

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  • Federal deficit is down 32% so far this fiscal year

    WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — The U.S. government ran a budget surplus of $113 billion in April, the Treasury Department reported Friday, $54 billion more than in the same month a year ago.

    It was the first monthly surplus since January and the biggest monthly surplus since the $159 billion budget surplus of April 2008.

    Vive le Socialisme Obama!

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  • WRONG yet again, O Trust Fund Brat:

    Consumer Reports just published its review of the 2013 Tesla Model S, and it gave the electric car a 99 out of 100 — higher than any other car it has tested.

    The independent, consumer-oriented magazine called the Model S "truly a remarkable car," despite its high price tag (it tested the version with the largest available battery, for $89,650) and the range limitations that make it impractical for spontaneous long trips.

    Tesla's rally continues. The stock is up over 10% in the first minutes of trading to $97.03.

    Tesla reported its first ever quarterly profit and crushed earnings expectations on May 8. The stock closed at $55.79. It opened at $70.12 Friday morning.

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