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tradingreversal 56 posts  |  Last Activity: 9 hours ago Member since: Jun 1, 2012
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  • Don't forget it was just trading over $0.30 ten days ago, it's time to run the naked shorts out of it all the way to over $0.20 short term.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • why is that, you can't talk the truth about how the Wall Street criminals want to spin how everything is just fine in the rest of the world, and get you to buy stocks tomorrow when half of the world is heading back into a recession, so just close your eyes and keep buy the ....BS.... in the most bloated stock market in its history.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • and better get wise before the machines, and hedge fund manipulators hose them and leave you holding the bag.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • it's time for it, and that time is starting right now.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • now when everyone is on the dance floor and no one is on the sidelines, and there are more men on the floor than women, it's not if, but just when the fists fights start breaking out over guys trying to steal girls to dance with, and then the whole things ends in one huge brawl and many heading for the sidelines, as many get beaten up, that's what awaits this market.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • tradingreversal tradingreversal Nov 18, 2014 10:47 AM Flag

    I was surprised to hear him say that, being that him and his friend professor JEREMY pump bag share the same pump bed together.

    Sentiment: Sell

  • Opinion: 3 reasons why you should expect a 30% market meltdown

    By Mark D. Cook
    Published: Oct 31, 2014 5:01 a.m. ET

    545 33 116
    You’re too late to avoid the bear market, so get ready
    In a commentary for MarketWatch just over two months ago, I predicted that the U.S. stock faced at least a 20% correction. The signals now point to a 30% downturn.

    This recent market volatility VIX, +5.11% is just the beginning. The declines that corrected prices more than 10% in both the Russell 2000 Index RUT, -0.82% and the Nasdaq Composite Index COMP, -0.37% encompassed the majority of the market, and these stocks have begun their descent. Meanwhile, both the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, +0.07% , containing 30 stocks, and the S&P 500 SPX, +0.07% have yet to correct 10%, but historically they are the last to fall.

    Barron's buzz: Schwab’s outspoken CEO(2:34)
    Barron’s editor Jack Hough discusses the latest issue, which includes a profile of Charles Schwab’s CEO Walt Bettinger and a contrarian’s take on oil. Photo: Andy Freeberg/Barron's

    My proprietary indicator called the CCT gave an ominous sell signal in the summer. Since then, the sell signal has increased in intensity and entered a 30% correction zone.

    The CCT measures several internal market components. It is a leading indicator that actually can be quantified. The strongest component is the duration of buying versus the duration of selling. A healthy bull market sees mostly buying, indicated by the NYSE tick. The longer the buying persists with NYSE Tick readings in the plus column, the stronger the share price advances.

    But what happens when prices increase and the duration of the plus-column NYSE tick is less than the duration of the minus tick? This is a divergence, indicating lessening volume dedicated to the buying of a wide array of stock sectors.

    This duration buying has been lessening since July. Every rally shows less broad participation in all sectors of NYSE stocks. This

    Sentiment: Sell

  • and the morons who fall for it once again, he went into a panic this morning when Japan reported really bad GDP numbers and that it was back in a recession, and that will means China will report the samething also very soon, and that means most of Europe will have the same fate, there is no way it does not hit the U.S so all of this ...BS..... that the U.S is the only place to invest in is nuts, and is all one huge pump scam about to come undone and tank once the selling starts.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • JPMorgan Says Sell U.S. Stocks, Buy Europe on Valuation
    By Sofia Horta e Costa Nov 17, 2014 8:29 AM ET 4 Comments Email Print
    JPMorgan Chase & Co. told investors to dump U.S. equities in favor of their European counterparts.

    The brokerage cut its rating on U.S. stocks to underweight, similar to a sell recommendation, from the equivalent of buy, while reversing the call for euro-area equities. As enthusiasm for European stocks faded since the beginning of 2014, when bulls united in favoring the region, the lag versus the U.S. has now made them too cheap to ignore, according to JPMorgan strategists led by Mislav Matejka.

    U.S. shares have rebounded more than their European peers since falling to a low last month on speculation the world’s largest economy will withstand a slowdown in global growth and the end of the Federal Reserve’s bond-buying program. With analysts projecting earnings across Europe will outpace those for the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index next year, JPMorgan is betting the region’s shares have more to offer.

    “The recent underperformance of euro zone versus the U.S. is presenting an opportunity,” Matejka wrote in the note. “We see this as a relative call, where we believe euro zone is due a period of outperformance versus the U.S., but continue to expect U.S. stocks to make new highs.”

    The S&P 500 has risen 9.5 percent since Oct. 15, compared with a 6.6 percent gain for the Euro Stoxx 50 Index. That pushed the U.S. gauge’s valuation to 17 times projected earnings, compared with 14.1 times for the measure tracking the biggest euro-area stocks, data compiled by Bloomberg show. Analysts estimate profit at companies in the Stoxx Europe 600 Index will grow almost 12 percent in 2015, beating the 7.9 percent increase they predict for those in the S&P 500.

    Stimulus Measures

    Three rounds of stimulus have helped spur growth in the U.S. The S&P 500 almost tripled from its low in March 2009, sending the value of U.S. shares to a record $24 trillion. The relative strength index on the U.S. equities gauge is close to 70, indicating the benchmark is almost overbought. The score for the Euro Stoxx 50 dropped below 30 last month, signaling the benchmark was oversold.

    A weaker euro will also provide a boost to growth in the region, according to JPMorgan’s note. The end of Fed asset purchases and a stronger U.S. economy helped spur the dollar against all major currencies in the past 12 months, while European Central Bank stimulus measures weighed on the single currency.

    The ECB’s stimulus package includes targeted loans, record-low interest rates, and the purchase of securitized debt. Economists surveyed by Bloomberg News predict the central bank will eventually embark on sovereign-bond purchases.

    After taking money out of European equities for four straight months, U.S. investors have added about $117 million to an exchange-traded fund tracking the region in November.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • tradingreversal tradingreversal Nov 16, 2014 9:50 PM Flag

    That is until one warning you wake up and all of your profits are wiped out.

    Sentiment: Sell

  • when it was expected to show a gain of over 2.2 percent, so now you know why the freaking Jappers BOJ were so desperate and aggressive last month with their .......BS...... acting like a bunch of drunken sailors buying stocks, because they knew their economy was going in the toilet,,and think they can save it with pumping up stocks, this will most likely blow up in their face, and drag down all markets.

    Sentiment: Sell

  • go watch the video on yahoo news front page about, this has happened only four times in twenty years,
    That is what coming the markets way next week, and the longer is does not pull back the worse it's going to be, starting next week a lot of the big fund guys will hold off on doing any big buying, after they have bought all they want for now, and could be more of big sellers on any nervous in the market and start this big pull back.

    Sentiment: Sell

  • that was a news flash at the bottom of the live CNBC TV show, when it hit SPY started to drop.

    Sentiment: Sell

  • maybe it's a warning and set up for when his Queen Janet talks today after 12:00 pm, and a heads up she might make comments that could affect the markets direction to the down side, and the smart money might Not be looking to not be too aggressive on the buy side today, and more to the sell side off these risk Dudley comments.

    Sentiment: Sell

  • Party's Over: Closing Ramp Fails To Close Stocks Green
    By Tyler Durden of Zero Hedge
    Wednesday, November 12, 2014 4:54 PM EST
    With bond traders back in the fray, US equity volumes were...(around 35% below recent averages). Futures drifted lower overnight as Japanese election headlines wer dashed and USDJPY dragged stocks lower... then the US cash session opened and we were off to the levitation races (nope, no other catalyst at all). The Dow and S&P were mucvh less exuberant that Trannies and Small Caps and AAPL dragged Nasdaq higher. Treasury yields dropped earlier but bonds sold off in the US session to end the day unch.

    The USD rallied (+0.4% on the week) led by EUR weakness. Commodities were weaker across the board but WTI and Brent were cracked again to new multi-year lows (Brent under $80 - lowest since Sept 2010) as Brent-WTI crossed under $3. For the 2nd day in a row, VIX closed higher in the face of mixed equities. After 14 days in a row, the S&P ramped in the last 30 minutes.. but failed to close positive - Dow, S&P red.

    For the first time since the Bullard lows ramp began, the last 30 minutes of the day saw a failed ramp attempt...

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • you have the most over bought market in ten years at this time, every analyst has warned from some of the biggest names, to even numb nuts Cramer that any more aggressive movements of RUSSIAN troops going into the UKRAINE like this video showed proof of, that it will much can start a big market sell off, this little hot air fake pump going right now could all be a trick to sucker in buyers before the risk of a big sell off happens in the next few days, anyone buying now, right here is OUT OF THEIR FREAKING MIND.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • keep loading up with stocks into you get caught with your pants down and are not able to run away, if anyone thinks that if all out war heats up over their again that this over heading by a mile market doesn't get het really hard again, then their living in a fantasy world, one of the biggest problems the market has to worry about is in the Ukraine, how many more times do you have hear it on CNBC & Bloomberg, even numb nuts Cramer has said this over and over again.

    Sentiment: Sell

  • tradingreversal tradingreversal Nov 11, 2014 8:25 AM Flag

    I love when idiot comments like yours show up, it's means this artificial pump up is at its end.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    Market too expensive? Charts scary?

    by extp4096 Nov 10, 2014 11:04 AM
    tradingreversal tradingreversal Nov 10, 2014 11:21 AM Flag

    Late to the party pump bag queens, who's greed has taken control of common sense, and will lead to massive losses out of no where.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • its gets to the point where there are no buyers left, and there is nothing but longs, and then it just bursts into a thousand pieces.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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