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  • Seeking Alpha Expands Its Coverage To Mutual Funds [View article]
    This could be good if they organized mutual funds versus the averages they tie too given more than the majority do not beat the average. Mutual funds remain a great crop not for investors but for their firms to make guaranteed income of the herd of sheep that don't know better and freeze in every downturn because they get sheered and then exposed to the cold every downturn. Then the taxman comes and hacks off parts every year even if they fail to grow back.

    Stick with owning stocks. The wealthy do for a good reason.
    Feb 26, 2015. 12:06 PM | 11 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Google Becomes The Internet Grown-Up [View article]
    Google has a lot of capital and a lot of potential avenues to grow which the author himself mentions. Indeed, if Google tried to monetize a lot of what it offers at low cost to free it could make a pretty billion pennies or more.

    I agree the founders waste capital on stuff they like with no care for the investors. I also agree they have pumped their search engine with so much garbage to make money it is worse than Yahoo was when they lambasted it for being stuffed with junk. This is the fate of all successful search engines if they want to make loads of money.

    Google's future is murkier but far better than many tech companies which begs the question, why are so many selling for Internet stock bubble prices when the competitors are breeding like rabbits off of ridiculous IPO money from brokerages desperate to sell their clients anything with decent returns even if its a pump and dump sham.
    Feb 26, 2015. 12:01 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Initial Jobless Claims jumps 31K to 313K [View news story]
    lol.
    Feb 26, 2015. 11:51 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Don't Kid Yourself: Stocks Are Just As Overvalued Today As They Were In 2000 [View article]
    PE ratios are higher because people are willing to pay more for less returns given where interest rates are now. Any move towards normalization will see a steep collapse of the entire stock market bubble and is why Yellen is trying to prevent any interest rate normalization which is rather an absurd wish given the only way to do this is to somehow trash the US economy and prevent any wage gains.
    Feb 25, 2015. 11:16 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Substantial Oil Price Declines Coming - Myths And Realities [View article]
    Despite the cold winter oil production versus demand continues to create massive gluts. There still is no explanation as to how to bring this into line in the near term and there is only fanatical estimations about future declines sometime in the future. The simple fact is, oil production will still exceed demand near term and long term production will still rise even if demand doesn't due to energy efficiencies and alternative green energy technologies.
    Feb 25, 2015. 11:11 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Elevate My Market [View article]
    LOL why should the Federal Reserve give up power or stop enriching themselves and fellow bankers. Because it is bad for the rest of the economy when it collapses. In fact, the worse they make it the more power they will get and be given more QE to save themselves and buy up everyone else's assets as they go broke.

    The Federal Reserve won't stop precisely because you aren't broke yet. If there was no more to gain by doing what they are doing they might stop. Action to lossen at the end of a cycle and push up assets into clear bubbles is so blatant that they will get criticism and is why they are only not tightening rather than engaging in even more QE right now.
    Feb 25, 2015. 11:01 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Anatomy Of Market Tops [View article]
    The issue is the central bank can delay tops by pumping up asset bubbles as it already has been doing and seems interested in continuing to do until it leads to another horrible collapse which will encourage the government to approve of more QE and greater powers to them to enrich and protect themselves as everyone else goes broke. It is a self indulging cycle.
    Feb 25, 2015. 10:55 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Impeccable Quality, But There Are No Bargains Today In The S&P 500 Consumer Staples Sector: Part 8 [View article]
    As mentioned by commenters, this sector like many others is due to the fact this area looks enticing because there are few places to place your money that offer decent returns. With zirpish interest rates, the natural outcome is inflated asset prices. Everyone knows this as well as extending them encourages unsustainable bubbles. Why the Federal Reserve actively creates them and lies about their doing so should astound all economists.
    Feb 25, 2015. 10:52 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • U.S. weighs further sanctions against Russia [View news story]
    This will not amount to a hill of beans. If anything it's Russia's attempt to circumvent sanctions and nothing more. China can join the monetary system but needs to allow their currency to float. What will they do in the new system? A system with artificial prices won't work internationally and especially when they need consumers. Russia isn't going to buy lots of anything from them. As for India... what do they want, a gold standard?
    Feb 22, 2015. 07:06 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Still no agreement in U.S. refinery strike talks [View news story]
    They have some leverage because of the fact that oil companies need to get rid of the massive buildup of inventory and can only do this by processing and selling it if they can. Every day this is delayed makes the companies not just lose more sales but lose more money as their oil reserves drop in value. Before if they struck oil companies would just raise prices on everyone and the oil prices might rise, so they were fine not processing it, and very happy if the price rose.

    That said, striking over safety is fine although it is a sad statement about lack of proper regulations. Striking for more money is a joke given the massive joblessness in the US.
    Feb 22, 2015. 07:01 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Ripping The Shorts' Faces Off! [View article]
    I agree shorts in tech got pounded. As far as I can tell, given there is nowhere else to invest because that requires growing profit and sales, tech is the keyword, especially if it will take years for a company to make or increase profit. A dream is always better than reality seems to be the mentality playing the market up recently which is downright dangerous.

    The market upturn continues but each step up looks more and more dangerous and troublesome from the re-introduction of 3.5% home loans, a market rise on weak sales and earnings, a narrowing of trading and stocks rising, and a rise in the more speculative market bets. Careful guys, the up cycle of the market is very old even if the expansion never happened like it would if the market operated like a capitalist one rather than a socialist one. I guess we must accept Euro style growth now that we adopted so many socialist components to our economy and fell in love with state run banking and planned economies. No wonder small business growth means not what it used to but small growth in business.
    Feb 22, 2015. 06:30 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Don't Be Evil Edition (Podcast) [View article]
    A very good episode, although getting the government to make laws controlling themselves seems like a sad joke.

    Also student loan debt at these levels was pushed by the government and making it impossible to clear it up was pushed by the government to make sure they always get paid unless they die. I'm not sure if they have rules about it passing on to their parents then who can't get rid of it through bankruptcy. Anyways, it's evil created, fostered, and implemented by government. Good luck changing it. I will congratulate everyone who fights against it and who someday succeeds to get government out of student loans and their laws barring bankruptcy to get rid of them revoked. EVIL indeed.
    Feb 22, 2015. 06:24 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Dow adds 150 points, S&P at record on Greece deal [View news story]
    This in on top of many of the world's central banks coercing state run banks (TBTF banks in the case of the US) to gamble by buying and supporting their regional stock markets. The US has adopted the same ills they used to criticize China for.
    Feb 22, 2015. 05:56 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 50 Shades Of Greece [View article]
    No because they keep piling up the debt incessantly. In fact, the biggest issue the Euro zone has with Greece is the fact they refuse to cut their massive deficit that alone is unsustainable even if they had no debt payments at all.

    The good news is Greece's new government apparently recognize a deal needed to be made. Likewise, they need to realize those who gave them debt tried to help. Calling them evil demons makes it clear no one should give more debt to someone who demonizes you for your assistance.
    Feb 22, 2015. 05:51 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Eurogroup heard from, Greeks awaited [View news story]
    What do you mean a rally begins here? The US market has been rallying for ages now. There is no beginning to. The only change will be if it stops rallying.
    Feb 21, 2015. 03:33 AM | 11 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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