Looks like the warmietards are wrong again.
How do you know? It has not even traded one day since the call was made. You have said for SEVEN years now that the market is going to zero. Is 150 not on the way to zero? Also, I have said in other posts, I think the relief rally takes us back to about 200 or slightly higher.
Once 182 breaks next time, the SPY will plunge all the way down to 150.
Eff you warmietards. You weather-denying cl0wns deserve another record setting snowfall like you got last year. We don't want snow in the south.
You are lying you stup1d id1ot! No one knows what the temperatures are going to be in March. Has your dumb cult already created March temperature data or something? Most of the country is well below average temperature wise right now.
Not a single day above 45 down here stup1d lying m0ron.
Market is only 6% down from "the worst call ever". BTW, I called what looks like THE bottom in oil on Wednesday so go eff yourself.
Literally nothing. Today's candle as is bullish as it gets when it comes to a short-term/intermediate-term reversal.
It IS an invasion. Wait until they rebel against the French government.
xtgeminiman • Jan 20, 2016 3:23 PM Remove 0users liked this postsusers disliked this posts0Reply
Where do you think there will be more QE? The US? We are not even close to that point.
You might want to reconsider oil now down here. It's at a ridiculous price.
Why do you rail on Js but then support bolshevik J communist policies and J pols like Bernie Sanders? It makes it difficult to take you seriously.
We fear the "rare and exciting event" here in the DMV! We were told by our religious leaders that it would cease to exist and here comes a potential two-footer!
Priest Pud, it's time to inform your congregation to give up electricity and you yourself must make a point and get rid of your one lightbulb and shut down your internet!
BY JODI GUGLIELMI @JodiGug3 01/19/2016 AT 07:10 PM EST
Leonardo DiCaprio wants the world to say goodbye to fossil fuels.
While being honored for his philanthropic work at the World Economic Forum in Davos, The Revenant actor and devoted environmentalist, 41, praised the recent progress that's been made in the fight against climate change while pledging another $15 million donation from his namesake foundation for conservation efforts – but stressed the work that still needs be done.
"Last month in Paris, world leaders reached an historic agreement that provides a concrete framework to reduce carbon emissions," he said. "This was an important first step, but we are a long way off from claiming victory in this fight for our future – for the survival of our planet."
DiCaprio pointed to the elimination of fossil fuels as the next big step to be taken, urging business leaders to leave behind "corporate greed" in the oil industry and instead focus on the betterment of the planet.
"We simply cannot afford to allow the corporate greed of the coal, oil and gas industries to determine the future of humanity. Those entities with a financial interest in preserving this destructive system have denied, and even covered-up the evidence of our changing climate," he said. "Enough is enough. You know better. The world knows better. History will place the blame for this devastation squarely at their feet."
Nope. Pudtard can have all the snow for all I care. Even this area is too cold for me. I saw enough snow the few years I grew up in Massachusetts.