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posted on Feb, 5 2010 @ 08:14 AM
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This is a political stunt, to try to make it sound good for this cabinet in office at the moment..

I want to see where these jobs are. Ya know some transparency, anyone have a website for this so we can read it?


But how else could the MSM create their articles? -

U.S. headed for a weak rally

Rockpuck hit the bull again. The 10,000 mark will be defended like the Last Alamo. Watch those volumes for signs of intervention...






[edit on 5/2/10 by pause4thought]




posted on Feb, 5 2010 @ 08:17 AM
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Originally posted by Rockpuck
reply to post by Hx3_1963
 


DOW will finish above 10,000 .. letting it close below yesterday was not intended.. as someone on here said a few days ago, I believe DOW 10k is being used as a barrier.. people see DOW 10k+ and think the economy is good.. or getting better.. anything below = second crash coming and people run to remove money they have added to their funds.

Not likely. Futures are already hovering near 10,000. I expect will see it dip down to low 9900s and then recover a bit, or maybe it will all crash to hell. Commodites are already gettin killed.



posted on Feb, 5 2010 @ 08:18 AM
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Maybe the new electrics mentioned in Urbansurvival can level it out.

urbansurvival.com...

If what I read is true then the balance of power will shift and the BRIC alliance (Brazil, Russia, India, China) begins to make a whole lot more sense!!!

Holy power shift batman if Rare Earth becomes the new oil.

Also rumor of BIG FIRM meltdown taking root....

Dollar is up 32 points at 80.395. with that all earth made products are trading lower. Friday Night is always good for the bank failures to be identified, so watch for that, because this weeks dip in all physicals could imply a major to fail.
fortwealth.com...



posted on Feb, 5 2010 @ 08:22 AM
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Sorry I updated my thread I found out where the job numbers were gaining. check this out its temporary work, and retail. Yeah retail from the last holiday season.


I do not think the report is to positive. As far as the growth in so called job creation and the lower unemployment rate. Take a look at the report, now the MSM, is not saying where those gains were. This is just my opinion... If you read the report, still allot of losses in manufacting warehouse construction etc. etc.

[edit on 5-2-2010 by Bicent76]



posted on Feb, 5 2010 @ 08:23 AM
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Welcome!

Now you're scaring us. Admittedly it could go either way. But not without a fight. And, some suspect, some planning...



PS London seems to have got wind of some positives. Looks like they don't see anything less than 10,000 in NY either: 5097.42 down 41.89 (-0.82%)

Source



posted on Feb, 5 2010 @ 08:31 AM
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Very interesting. I'll take time to read the whole article.

How about a home run in response to your curve ball? Check this out:

Cold Fusion may well be Real, but Suppressed

(That thread should've been flagged to death. Instead it got 3 flags & no responses.)



posted on Feb, 5 2010 @ 08:44 AM
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Are the COMEX Gold Markets Done for??
news.goldseek.com...



posted on Feb, 5 2010 @ 08:51 AM
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Un(Employment) Friday 2/5
market-ticker.org...

The data continues with the January Employment Situation Report.

The top-line was a loss of 20,000 jobs but the unemployment rate "as reported" fell from 10.0 to 9.7%.

This was good for an almost-immediate 10 point ramp in the futures, exactly as I had talked about last night in the video - the potential for anything "in line" to provoke a snapback was quite real, and it became realized - at least until people actually read inside the report, that is!

But one must dig into the report and try to determine if we're seeing real improvement, or whether we've got statistical adjustments, remembering that January is a difficult month under the best of times because of benchmark and annual revisions.

And here we find some problems.

First, let's start with the good news:
More at Link...

[edit on 2/5/2010 by Hx3_1963]



posted on Feb, 5 2010 @ 09:04 AM
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Rockpuck

My love you are a genius,


The predictions today are, that the markets will do worst than yesterday, but the trend so far had shown that the markets actually like bad news.


We all know, Rockpuck included, that job performance has been underestimated and played out like is not a big deal as long as the markets keep performing (in some way)And the governemnt keep telling that they are "creating jobs" with the stimulus (whatever stimulus is in the works at the moment).

Job loses are been played out, counted only as the so call "Recession" started, but what they don't add and never will is the lost of jobs before the recession, those jobs are gone and none has been replaced.

And is not way to replace them either.

Doing this help keep the unemployment rates a littler bit lower than they actually are, like saying we lost 7 million jobs but is actually 8 million, no much but enough to keep rates lower.



posted on Feb, 5 2010 @ 09:07 AM
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Ah someone read the report!


Dow Jones Industrial Average 9,945.35 10:05am ET Down 56.83 (0.57%)
Dow Jones Industrial Average 9,928.57 10:07am ET Down 73.61 (0.74%)

S&P 500 INDEX,RTH 1,056.69 10:06am ET Down 6.42 (0.60%)
NASDAQ Composite 2,113.95 10:06am ET Down 11.48 (0.54%)

[edit on 2/5/2010 by Hx3_1963]



posted on Feb, 5 2010 @ 09:10 AM
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Hi, sweet thing, long time no see, you are so right nothing but bad news to bring the old crowd back.

But in my case I have to stay out of bad news, (no good for my health right now) so I will just pop in and out.

Or my blood pressure will get out of control



posted on Feb, 5 2010 @ 09:40 AM
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Europe is down all around:

Belgium Bel 20 -64.43 -2.62% 2,390.47 2/5 4:19pm
Europe DJ Stoxx -50.12 -2.07% 2,375.01 2/5 4:19pm
Europe Euronext 100 -17.91 -2.76% 630.06 2/5 4:19pm
Europe Euronext 150 -36.63 -2.63% 1,354.74 2/5 4:19pm
France CAC -109.28 -2.96% 3,579.97 2/5 4:19pm
France SBF 80 -110.46 -2.39% 4,516.73 2/5 4:19pm
France SBF 120 -78.00 -2.88% 2,626.46 2/5 4:19pm
Germany DAX -85.61 -1.55% 5,447.63 2/5 4:19pm
Germany MDAX -230.10 -3.09% 7,228.28 2/5 4:19pm
Germany TECDAX -18.43 -2.31% 778.93 2/5 4:19pm
Netherlands AEX -8.63 -2.67% 314.60 2/5 4:19pm
Norway OSE Industry -3.38 -0.20% 192.29 2/5 4:19pm
UK FTSE 100 -95.86 -1.87% 5,043.45 2/5 3:19pm
UK FTSE All Shares -48.16 -1.83% 2,589.87 2/5 3:19pm
UK FTSE Eurotop -45.03 -2.14% 2,063.91 2/5 3:19pm
UK FTSE Techmark -28.14 -1.63% 1,702.58 2/5 3:19pm

canada is down:

Canada TSE 300 -129.91 -1.17% 10,998.85 2/5 10:19am
Canada CDNX -21.16 -1.46% 1,431.02 2/5 10:19am
Canada S&P/TSX 60 -7.33 -1.13% 643.35 2/5 10:19am

but the US is:

Dow 9,989.86 -12.32 (-0.12%)
S&P 500 1,062.86 -0.25 (-0.02%)
Nasdaq 2,131.81 +6.38 (0.30%)

.....confused. what a farce of a job report eh.. "oops we forget a million" that was hilarious.. what a bunch of incompetant lying scumbags of a government we have... dow is still below 10g, keep an eye on it.



posted on Feb, 5 2010 @ 10:04 AM
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Dow is down -32.42 at 9,969.76 annd faaaaalllliinng

FTSE is down -61.33 at 5,078.05 and faaaaaalllliinnng

[edit on 5-2-2010 by TheCoffinman]



posted on Feb, 5 2010 @ 10:21 AM
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Quite a dizzy ride:





Dow latest: 9988.28 down 13.90 (-0.14%)

Source



posted on Feb, 5 2010 @ 10:29 AM
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EUR/USD is still taking a clubbing...




ATX 2,395.34 11:12AM ET Down 79.51 (3.21%)
CAC 40 3,578.44 11:06AM ET Down 110.81 (3.00%)

Edit: Euro about to break under 1.36!!!


[edit on 2/5/2010 by Hx3_1963]



posted on Feb, 5 2010 @ 10:29 AM
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FTSE 100 is down 74.13
DAX is down 76.15
CAC 40 is down 108.45


DOW is down 34.01

UPDATE: Dow is down 56.23

UPDATE: Dow is down 69.90

[edit on 5-2-2010 by TheCoffinman]



posted on Feb, 5 2010 @ 10:43 AM
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Hope you feel better, I'll see you in line at the Dr.'s

I went to a Dr. of Oriental Medicine yesterday for the first time, learned some interesting things, western medicine has given up on me haha



posted on Feb, 5 2010 @ 10:46 AM
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Take a look at the charts

9300 DOW is my "last stand"

Anything between here and there are buying opp's IMO and even EUR/USD is getting out of hand oversold, although I think on the monthly timeframe we go to 1.26 on EUR/USD but that could take months

We at some point needed to go touch the 200 ema to keep this rally going as we all already knew so this drop shouldn't really surprise anyone, but it is nice to get more than 2 people in this thread voicing opinions



posted on Feb, 5 2010 @ 10:50 AM
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other western hemisphere markets:

^MERV MerVal 2,188.63 11:26AM ET -48.33 (2.16%)
^BVSP Bovespa 62,425.16 11:32AM ET -1,508.85 (2.36%)
^GSPTSE S&P TSX Composite 11,089.61 11:32AM ET -39.15 (0.35%)
^MXX IPC 30,141.11 11:25AM ET -462.60 (1.51%)
^GSPC 500 Index 1,055.87 11:47AM ET -7.24 (0.68%)

European:

^ATX ATX 2,403.05 11:33AM ET -71.80 (2.90%)
^BFX BEL-20 2,392.52 11:35AM ET -62.38 (2.54%)
^FCHI CAC 40 3,563.76 11:35AM ET -125.49 (3.40%)
^GDAXI DAX 5,453.27 11:33AM ET -79.97 (1.45%)
^AEX AEX General 315.04 11:35AM ET -8.19 (2.53%)
^OSEAX OSE All Share 396.40 11:29AM ET -7.33 (1.81%)
^SMSI Madrid General 1,053.08 11:25AM ET -11.01 (1.03%)
^OMXSPI Stockholm General 297.20 11:29AM ET -3.87 (1.29%)
^SSMI Swiss Market 6,269.54 11:30AM ET -126.97 (1.98%)
^FTSE FTSE 100 5,060.85 11:29AM ET -78.46 (1.53%)



posted on Feb, 5 2010 @ 10:55 AM
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www.marketwatch.com...


Concerns about the health of Greece, Portugal and Spain showed no signs of flagging Friday as Portugal decided to increase spending and a strike in Greece dragged on for a second day.

Credit-default swaps on all three hit record levels on Friday



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