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The "up-to-the-minute Market Data" thread

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posted on Apr, 30 2010 @ 03:11 PM

Originally posted by GreenBicMan
reply to post by Cabaret Voltaire

What did you avg down to in BGZ?

The two buys are not with the same number of shares or the same amount of money. They were made with the money I had at the time. Basically go for broke style. Here are the dates and prices....

09/30/2009 $21.89
04/29/2010 $12.49

My ATS account represents realtime magic.
It is a real mystical journey down Wall Street as I chase after Soros.
Being a billionaire via occult banking is my goal.

I'm not being sarcastic. The Google Bull sacrifice sign is real to me. It may not be really real in reality, but it is real to me. I believe Europe needs euros, they'll buy them with dollars from stock sales, stock prices will plummet, and this will set up the stock market for a nice lower buy level that can be supported for a return to bullishness due to active international trade on the weak dollar. The goods and services of the USA are at discount prices to the rest of the world. This is not going to be some sort of flight to the dollar for safety. The dollar is going to continue weakening. Another reason will probably be oil sales denominated in euros. The news media is going to switch to negativity and make everybody believe that things are getting worse. Obama really is going to play the savior role, in the sense that he takes the pain. He is set up to be the fall guy and to guide the minorities through the rough times to prevent them all from rioting in the streets and killing whitey.

posted on Apr, 30 2010 @ 03:44 PM
reply to post by Cabaret Voltaire

Avg. of 16.50 could be reasonable if sp500 goes to 1150.

If you average into +/- $0.00 I would consider that a win and just unload everything. You gotta think there is at least one more push around the 200 Daily. At that point there has to be something better looking in the market you gotta think and just chalk this one up to experience.

posted on Apr, 30 2010 @ 06:41 PM
here it is 7:38 (4 minutes ago i was watching Kudlow the dope)

the old world bafoon is completely amazed that Gold is doing well...
,(much to his idiotic chagrin)

i am amazed that the MSM 'Market Watch' keeps this looney on a payroll.

Oh well......


reply to post by Cabaret Voltaire

your on the money !

[edit on 30-4-2010 by St Udio]

posted on May, 1 2010 @ 01:21 PM
7 banks down again this week.. recovery sure is here... and there's 3 banks over the 1.2 billion mark... BIG ONES.

Total cost for this week : 7.33 billion... I'm sure the FDIC asked for treasury money on that one... After all their initial budget was 50 billion and they were already in the red of several hundred millions...

So...have you saved 24.44$/person in your household this week just to pay for the FDIC? I mean that's only 1271$/year/person... nothing much... and not to mention you have to pay for all those homeless people and unemployed people out there... so let's up this by have you saved 1525$ this year and maybe more for the FDIC?

posted on May, 2 2010 @ 02:32 AM
Ooooooh a total hoax in NY Time Square. What time is it?
We have oil shock, lowdown tabloid Obama cheating scandal, SUV bomb and markets pivoting.

What a load of crap. A suspected explosive SUV. It's explosive. It's an SUV. Ohhhhhhh the horror! It's bad for the environment. They say a guy on the street saw smoke coming from a metal box inside the SUV. Then it turns out to be propane tanks, some wires and a clock, and some fireworks. It is ludicrous.

It is theater.

[edit on 2-5-2010 by Cabaret Voltaire]

posted on May, 2 2010 @ 02:33 AM
Does anybody have any guess about the end of the global meltdown?

Does anybody have any hope left?

[edit on 2-5-2010 by Cabaret Voltaire]

posted on May, 2 2010 @ 01:33 PM
reply to post by Cabaret Voltaire

Hope springs Eternal my friend. The end of the current mess will involve the Strike on Iran and repurcussions on the energy supply. Oil spiking to unbelievable prices, if it's even available, will put food at market well beyond the grasp of most everyone. Don't expect them to stand for it though, the market will be looted. There is 3 days supply in the system, so under a day to be completely looted and gone.

It's not something that we have a choice in really. The Israeli's will come under attack at some point and/or offer Obama to attack Iran for them so they don't have to use their nukes. As you can see, that's not really a choice. Of course he'll take his chances with conventional before he'll let nukes into the equation. Results: pretty much the same regardless. Of course the 'market' will have gone away and ceased to have any meaning early on.

So NOW is the time to put Hope to work, not later.

posted on May, 2 2010 @ 03:04 PM
reply to post by HimWhoHathAnEar

Dude. That's some doomy hope. I like it!

I wonder what BGZ will be if the stock market crashes to 0.
It could be one million dollars per share!

I do remember Obama talking last year about increasing the fight sometime near the middle of the year. I don't recall the exact speech, but it was something about increasing troop movements or ratcheting up the war near summer. Summer solstice? God helped his people by making the sun stand still in that Bible story. I could see it happening.

posted on May, 2 2010 @ 03:21 PM
reply to post by Cabaret Voltaire

no hope here. the end is near *cheers* (im not talking about the biblical armageddon either)

Pakistan on verge of bankruptcy

posted on May, 2 2010 @ 10:28 PM
In The Other News Mr Rich man Buffett claims that

Buffett Says Economy Showing 'Significant' Signs Of Life

for the unemployment part well he doesnt know and yet the article made a twist to it.

"American business is improving, from everything I see now," he said. "At what rate unemployment will fall, I don't know, but it will fall."

The Twist

Now, Iscar and other Berkshire units are hiring again, Mr. Buffett said, adding that he expected U.S. unemployment would continue to fall as the economy improves. /

Yes i agree its improving but if i may ask for WHOM is it improving? everyday since the crisis all i am seeing on the news are rich tied man and women, which i believe the rich statement is we are going to break the poor people down.

I dont see any progress that the Economy is recovering,

for example in canada the minster of Labour said they added 8,300 jobs to the canadian economy.

However it was not true what was said in the media, when you go to the employment center or canada services, one of the worker said, thats not true, they didnt that many jobs, most of all them are part time.

I am just warning you, dont believe anything on the news that the Economy is recovering.

[edit on 2-5-2010 by Agent_USA_Supporter]

posted on May, 2 2010 @ 10:43 PM
reply to post by Agent_USA_Supporter

Interesting quotes...the most recent issue of Fortune magazine has an article with both Buffett and ex-GE CEO Jack Welch, plus some other big name, I think, saying that the economy was improving and unemployment would soon be dropping. I think Buffett's view is based on performance of his fund, which has over 80 companies in many different sectors. Somebody else noted that an increasing number of companies are now saying that they plan to increase hiring within the next 12 months.

But I found the article unconvincing and unscientific because no exact figures were given. If a company is planning to increase hiring, what kind of positions? How many? In the US or some third-world sweatshop? None of this was answered. Just the impressions of a few ultra-wealthy individuals. Or more precisely, the impressions that these individuals want you to think they have. The real stats -- housing, unemployment, debt, etc. -- seem much less encouraging on the whole.

My acquaintences and friends in the finance world are all upbeat, but I think so many of them are detached from reality. There is this tiny little world of Manhattan, Palm Springs, Martha's Vineyard, The Hamptons, Rodeo Drive in LA, etc. where everything seems shiny and everyone's got plenty of cash, but these people live in an echo chamber where that's all they see. And the media they consume panders to that world-view and reinforces their sleek confidence at every term. Also, everyone has an agenda...people who think things are getting better usually think that way because they want things to get better. I do, too, but I'm much more skeptical about the hard numbers. I think we've got more pain out in front of us. However, I over-estimated the damage of the dotcom flameout, too, so perhaps my inherent negative bias is also a form of blindness.

posted on May, 3 2010 @ 04:44 AM
What is going on is "dumbing down" the people.
Do you have any idea how successful socialism was? It was a total success - if you were dumb enough to swallow it without fretting...

What they do in the media is total oppression.

It is not the question whether people believe it or not. It's just about tying people's attention to the ongoing show, whatever crap it is. Just pin them down to it. If this doesn't work, then give them hyperinflation, that'll do. If not, then - war.

Now, they have removed the cap for the Greece. So, Greece is also too big to fall? Or, EU is too big to fall? I have no idea. I'm too dumb to understand...

posted on May, 3 2010 @ 01:11 PM
markets are booming today. for months now, I have expected it to drop for more than one day in a row. This really hasn't happened. Whenever the market drops, the very next day it makes up for that, and gains some more. So what the hell? It doesn't seem like there is any bad news possible, that would stop the markets. It doesn't make sense.

posted on May, 3 2010 @ 08:13 PM

Originally posted by xxshadowfaxx
markets are booming today. for months now, I have expected it to drop for more than one day in a row. This really hasn't happened. Whenever the market drops, the very next day it makes up for that, and gains some more. So what the hell? It doesn't seem like there is any bad news possible, that would stop the markets. It doesn't make sense.

Booming not so, it was just booming for the news media news networks so they can fake out some good news, well denying the real happening around the world.

Remember all news media networks are paid and work for the western interests.

[edit on 3-5-2010 by Agent_USA_Supporter]

posted on May, 3 2010 @ 09:07 PM
There are no 'markets' at this point, only manipulation. Banks borrowing money from the american people without interest and turning around and buying each others stocks with it is not market activity.

Printing money to give to the IMF to give to Greece is not 'saving' anything. It's just delaying the day of reckoning. Extend and Pretend only works so long though. If printing money were the answer then Zimbabwe would be the richest nation on earth. Gold and Silver are telling the real story.

posted on May, 4 2010 @ 05:39 AM
Here is a nice euro chart that shows you the trend is up. American cultural artifacts are on sale to the rest of the world. Europeans wish they were us.

Stock futures are down. CNN says the stock market is ready to fall a bit. If you can believe CNN.

posted on May, 4 2010 @ 05:56 AM
It's gonna be real sad watching all the retirement funds and university endowments and so on get sheared again later this year like the dumb sheep they are. Mooooo, time to milk the cow...

posted on May, 4 2010 @ 06:35 AM
Yep. Sometimes people get stuck in stocks....

Pearls Before Swine, Tuesday, May 4, 2010

posted on May, 4 2010 @ 07:11 AM
EUR/USD falls below 1.31...the bluff is being called!

Containment Fails: European CDS Explode As Market Looks To Future Bail Outs, bank runs

Now that Greece is thoroughly irrelevant, the market just told the ECB, the IMF, and the EMU to prepare another $1 trillion in bailout packages. The reason: the Greek bailout just made it abundantly clear the bond vigilantes have free reign to call the bureaucrats' bluff whenever they see fit. The result: CDS of all non Greek PIIGS are now blowing out, and represent the top 4 names of all biggest CDS wideners for the day, each pushing a 10%+ change from yesterday. This movement wider will not stop until the IMF resolves to backstop all the PIIS ex. G. At this point nothing that happens in Greece is important (although the thing that will most likely happen is that the Greek government will fall imminently, killing the austerity package and destroying whatever credibility the EMU and the EU have left, but not before the IMF and the EU soak up another 110 billion euro in their slush funds ). As we expected, the euro is about to breach 1.31 support. At that point, not even the US algos and the Liberty 33 traders will be able to prevent the contagion. And adding insult to injury is the latest rumor of an upcoming downgrade or very cautious language of Germany by the suddenly hyperactive rating agencies. When that occurs, you can kiss Europe goodbye.
Russia 1541.61 -31.23 -1.99% 16:12
London 5473.77 -79.52 -1.43% 12:57
Paris 3755.79 -72.67 -1.90% 13:57
Frankfurt 6089.48 -77.44 -1.26% 13:57
Turkey 57628.64 -771.57 -1.32% 15:11
Hungary 24133.28 -417.18 -1.70% 13:57
Austria 2637.53 -29.05 -1.09% 13:57
Poland 42512.20 -782.97 -1.81% 13:56
Czech 1275.50 -7.10 -0.55% 13:56
Sweden 1044.14 -15.30 -1.45% 14:12
Finland 6884.92 -103.16 -1.48% 15:11
Norway 346.04 -3.89 -1.11% 13:57
Greece 1777.86 -75.69 -4.08% 14:57
Italy 21720.98 -527.83 -2.37% 13:57
Luxembourg 1455.94 -25.11 -1.70% 13:50
Netherlands 341.43 -5.51 -1.59% 13:57
Iceland 610.65 -1.79 -0.29% 12:05
Denmark 410.75 -2.72 -0.66% 14:11
Switzerland 6565.52 -42.19 -0.64% 13:57
Spain 1043.69 -34.70 -3.22% 13:55
Portugal 2584.01 4.43 0.17% 05/03
Ireland 3345.20 -51.80 -1.52% 12:57

[edit on 5/4/2010 by Hx3_1963]

posted on May, 4 2010 @ 07:20 AM
reply to post by Hx3_1963

Keep riding the money train brother.

Full steam ahead

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