unhappy, angry , pathetic human being, a person that seems beyond help , blaming people for his short falls, there is a saying , if it's to hot in the kitchen the get out,
You must be one ugly human being that has very little contact with the public to have so much hate and bitterness. Go have a drink and relax, life is short so try to make the best of it .
When one accepts one's shortcoming one begins to grow..
buying drinks this weekend that is how sure I am this week was the bottom and starting today we are back to rally time so...........drinks on me Dow up 250, Nas up 58 S&P up 29 holding strong, more buying towards the end of the day.....all in all a very good day, enjoy and drinks are ON ME..........Cheers
World War...LOL whatever happens in Syria is NOT A WORLD WAR. you are delusional !!!!!
just the beginning, this is why I loaded up . not much has changed , I already have made more money in the market than if my money was in the bank...cheers
I agree, those people are looking for hand out and blame other people for their failures
Non event , by the open dip buyers will step in at the moment they are enjoying drinks on the beautiful day in NYC ....cheers
he is the mother of socialists , blaming wall street for everything, blaming the rich, he believes raising taxes on the rich will help the rest, he should look to his own government--Obama , the Fed bailing out companies that should have failed or reorganized ,the Fed is the Reason markets are at highs, long live the Fed !, Sanders is delusional, why should all be able to go to college for free,
yesterday, well Yellen hinted she will most likely not raise rates so where else will the street park money....here we go
we can see markets have recovered more than half their losses,, I like what I see...cheers
Samra, who oversees about $20 billion for Artisan Partners, says now’s the time for a steady hand and no emotion as concern intensifies about the slowdown in China and the sliding price of oil. The winner of Morningstar Inc. international stock manager rankings in 2008 and 2013 says he’s sticking to his investment approach: finding undervalued shares with strong balance sheets.
“We welcome these types of markets,” Samra said in a phone interview from San Francisco on Monday. “We weren’t happy to see the potential social and economic disruption that happened during the financial crisis. It causes a lot of human misery. You’re not existentially happy about what’s going on. On the other hand, that turned out to be a market opportunity.”
Global equities erased $7.7 trillion in value this year through Monday as routs in commodities and Shanghai shares spread, taking global banks as the latest victim. Worldwide stocks neared a bear market on Tuesday as the yen surged and corporate bond risk jumped. The $10.7 billion Artisan International Value Fund, the largest Samra oversees, lost 8.3 percent in 2016 and is still beating about three-quarters of its peers.
Markets had become “very greedy” over the past few years, according to Samra, which he says was time to take advantage and sell shares. In today’s conditions, it’s time to “aggressively buy,” he said. His main fund had 12.7 percent of its holdings in cash as of Jan. 31.
Part of the rally was last week was nas up close to 300, another 200-300 this week.....cheers
Nasdaq Futures 4,106.38 +13.62
Nikkei 225 16,196.18 +141.75 +0.88%2
3rd day green, the whole week will be Green, bull market is back drinks resume....cheers
My man Jamie put a floor in the market , Dudley confirmed it Friday watch markets continue to head north next week, and for your information Q's ended the week flat so last week was a non event
Index Close Cur Future Change
4024.47 4041.0 19.00
FUTURES FAIR VALUE (-3.78)
Fair Val Close Cur Future Change
4018.22 4041.0 22.78
Last Updated: Sun, 7 Feb '16 | 11:39 PM ET
Here we go just like yesterday.....this just confirms to me that this is not such a big deal just a pullcack that we have not had in a very long time, so many are concerned ....
JPMorgan Chase's CEO Jamie Dimon buys 500K shares of the company - CNBC, citing DJ.....now I see why futures are green.......