200,000 Market drops 2%
220,000 Market drops 3%
240,000 Market drops 4%
So place your bets wisely, because tomorrow numbers determines weather or not a Sept. Rate Hike kills the BULL
before September Lock up expiration date. After lock up expiration we head for $110 and climb as investors realize Baba stock will jump higher then Amazon stock over the next few years simply because it has more customer, more growth opportunities and now stronger senior management at the top to push the right buttons
Oil company stocks getting crushed so forgive me if the Bull thinks the energy sector meltdown is a non-event. Come 10 am market will be red - possibly major red.
Agree - market thinks today's financial reports push off Fed rate hike until December, but Lockhart says "Sept Locked In". So who do you believe - a Fed board member who is slightly dovish or Mother Market? I'll go with Lockhart and a Sept. (bone crushing) rate hike.
Yep - Mark hands out the ice cream cone at Dairy Queen and Trump tells him where to stick it. What a ticket but one had to wonder if such huge ego's can actually fit inside a DQ?
and rumors now flying that Chinese officials will ban all stock trading on the China stock exchange until they can figure out how to "Fake New Numbers" that the local might buy for a day or two. Dow heading South on Monday and possibly all of next week.
and with the Fed to jack rates in six weeks - U.S. market will not only free fall but Dive Bomb like a SpaceX rocket.
much less a place you want to visit, unless you like living on 60 Euros a day.
Greece is considered to be extremely risky by most greenfield investors due to the current economic and political turmoil tantalizing the country, according to the Financial Times. “Greenfield investment into Greece has all but ground to a halt as the country teeters on the brink of bankruptcy and flirts with ejection from the Eurozone. The militantly socialist rhetoric of the ruling SYRIZA party and erratic behavior of the Greek government throughout its debt crisis have inevitably damaged Greece’s credibility as an investment destination,” journalist Courtney Fingar wrote for the Financial Times.
Investment in GreeceAnd she continued highlighting the country’s serious financial downgrade: “But prolonged economic difficulties had already placed Greece into a category its government and many of its citizens would reject: that of ’emerging market,’ as classified by index provider MCSI, which downgraded the country from ‘developed market’ status in late 2013.” According to Fingar’s report, corporate investors cannot find the three basic elements they are seeking for in Greece anymore. The Greek society’s inexistent elements this period of time are stability, predictability and growth. A data service of the Financial Times has recorded only 4 greenfield investment projects during 2015 with the total capital expenditures being estimated at around $13 million.
Game over for Greece and possibly Europe.
All it takes is one Creditor to walk away and the whole deck of cards comes tumbling DOWN.
It looked pretty much like Greece had a deal with its European partners and the International Monetary Fund, but that's now been thrown into doubt with a massive decision from the IMF board. The Financial Times' Peter Spiegel got his hands on documents from the institution showing that they won't sign off on the deal since there's no explicit agreement to deal with Greece's debt.
Sentiment means a lot in the bullion market, where only about 60 percent of what gets mined or recycled each year is used in jewelry and industrial applications. The rest is sold as coins or bars, so when demand from investors dries up, there can be painful consequences for the bulls who remain. Prices will drop to $914 an ounce before January, according to the average estimate in a Bloomberg News survey of 16 analysts and traders. That would be the lowest since 2009 and a 10 percent retreat from Tuesday’s settlement. Speculators are shorting the metal for the first time since U.S. government data began in 2006, and holders of exchange-traded products are selling at the fastest pace in two years.
“Gold is out of fashion like flared trousers: no one wants it,” said Robin Bhar, an analyst at Societe Generale SA in London. “It’s not going to collapse, but we think it is going to be at a lower level in the not-too-distant future.”
I'm afraid Tesla could run out of money before you ever see a Tesla battery that will take you 500 miles. Musk is way, way over leveraged and going broke building his battery side business. But the bigger worry is the bigger fish in the pond now and those big fish will first take major market share away from Tesla and its overprice EV and then go in for the kill and put Tesla out of business. Just wait for upcoming company report to find out how bad things really are - sales wise and revenue wise.
No wonder Tesla stock is Tanking. Increasing competition is a country where Tesla has fallen flat on its face.
Production will supposedly begin in late 2016, with deliveries in early 2017, putting it ahead of the Tesla Model 3 in terms of launch date. After a government subsidy, the vehicle will cost about $32,000 to $48,000, putting its pricing in line with the Model 3.
Wow - First Toyota comes out with a dazzling new electric car to take market share from faltering Tesla and now G.E. going to take away battery business away from Tesla. Talk about a double punch to the gut. $243 tomorrow and possibly $200 by Friday. When she starts to fall she will fall fast and hard, so sell now if your low Tesla or risk losing everything.
and as we all know the Germans hate being called SUCKERS.
sure looks like gold rockets higher as word leaks Fed won't tighten until later this year as Greece tells Europe Creditors 'TO STICK IT". Gold loves volatility and little Greece is bringing in back in Spades.
Not me - lower revenue coming along with steep stock sell off. Tesla is a "hyped" company with a "hyped" stock and as we all know fades can fade out very quickly and be yesterday's news. Oil will remain low long term now which means the "death to electric cars and their sky high prices".