I'm no believer nor expert, but it seems some who've posted here said this "Planet X" thing should've happened by now.
At what point will the "Planet X" people admit that there's no such thing?
Same goes for all the "waiting on the Great Pumpkin" Linus people out there. Close the window to that weirded out, messed up, mis-informational website, and relax. And admit there's no such GD thing.
Ever heard of Yellow Journalism?
Three eyed monkey gives birth to talk show host for the fifth time.
Time horizon, let's see tomorrow's action. I think it may be early, that chart looks like more slides to come.
Ditto on the strike, but I want a little breathing room.
Given the potential for another "build" report blindsiding this trade, a strike bought, below the strike sold could serve as stop loss.
Watching this very close. Like I said it's very tempting, and you know it won't go much below $25. If that. That's a big "IF" that.
Crude is looking to put in a third support, a great place to sell puts.
For now I'd say sell the 34's, a nibble size trade. Myself I'm looking at the short 35, long 34 spread. But not convinced to do it today.
3 days later.....look at crude futures down hard now.
Could go much lower, but there's a solid floor not so far south of here.
There's a tempting trade, in my opinion, selling puts on the crude here.
Do you know what the "import/export bank" is?
It is a government program that hands out billions to corporations, for no reason what so ever.
I'm not a big fan of welfare, but I can stomach single moms getting help with my tax money.....but not those SOB's.
I've managed to read as much of your post as I could.
The central banks aren't going to crash the economy, if anything, a lack of circulating cash will.
Yes, wealth inequality is worse now than ever, but it has nothing to do with the FEDS, it has to do with the cash hoarding, greedy cry babies that flew into Washington on private jets, and asked for handouts.
Like the "Boeing Bank" wasn't enough.
Well, you are right that he stinks.
Then again, by historic standards, he's no FDR.
Heck, he took the ACA from Romney's playbook.
People back then were the occasional victims of acid trips, by accident. Sometimes the grains used to make the bread would have a bit of fungus on it, and they didn't realize this....
I think many of the bibles passages were written by people who had eaten such bread.
Let's try trickle down, 1925 Great depression
After 46 years of general prosperity, let's go back to trickle down!
1982....debt explodes because we combine tickle down with modern spending
Then comes Bush #2, deregulates and cuts down taxes to create that same 1925 style "trickle down"......3 years later, it's the great recession. This is after Nafta really set the stage, mind you.
Bernie has voted AGAINST all of these so called "free trade deals".
Clinton now "seems to be on board".
Trump says he's against them, but then again....president Trump? Really?
I wouldn't trust this in the hands of anyone who thinks "free trade" agreements are good, even if they do change their minds later.
I think it's still legal for a potential employer to ask if you wear zooloo warrior condoms, or do you find them to "airy".
I mean, they can, but unless you're applying for a porn job, who would care anyhow?
They've also said something recently about doing their own distribution.
So, a brick and mortar location, with an extra large stock area, could serve to be a distribution point for local same day delivery for internet orders, aka catalogue orders for some stores.
I'm not saying that is what they're up to, just an observation with a guess.
No one seems to care that our infrastructure is crumbling.
Let us just hope the next bridge you drive over is a safe one, and your next glass of water doesn't make you retawded.