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  • 1999 all over? 3 Reasons To Tap Home Equity To Buy Stock [View news story]
    another jack-ass with his hand out
    Mar 18 03:45 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The other big problem at Sears Holdings [View news story]
    problem at Sears is Eddie Lambert--end of story, so much for wonder boy...
    Jan 10 01:13 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Boehner supports military intervention in Syria [View news story]
    Will he start to cry if congress says no to the request.
    Sep 3 12:05 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Kerry makes the case against Syria [View news story]
    have we consulted congress about this limited (act of war )--where has the fuc^%$ constitution gone-- we are pathetic for not standing up to the war state.----disgusted!!
    Aug 30 01:40 PM | 8 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • JPMorgan settles energy market manipulation probe [View news story]
    I wonder if I could do that trade?
    Jul 30 09:02 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Bank of America Corporation (BAC) declares $0.01/share quarterly dividend, in line with previous. Forward yield 0.27%. For shareholders of record Sept. 6. Payable Sept. 27. Ex-div Sept. 4. (PR[View news story]
    Jul 24 02:11 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Intel's Q2 Results May Have Created A Buying Opportunity Investors Should Not Miss [View article]
    my vision is in the 21-22 range and thats a bit of a reach-stay thirsty my friend
    Jul 18 12:22 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BofA cuts its price objective on shares of Deere (DE -0.5%) to $95 from $102 citing reduced EPS estimates for FY14 and FY15. The new numbers from analyst Ross Gilardi: $7.80/ share in 2014 and $8.45/ share in 2015. The new target price represents 12.2x FY14 estimates which is 14% below the historical multiple. [View news story]
    big jim is shorting CAT ,so the wonderful BAC analyst now cuts DE----Way to think for yourself-no prodding on this one at all--their must be a reason I dont like BAC.
    Jul 17 04:03 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Bank of America (BAC +1.3%) calls "impossible" claims made by former employees the bank awarded bonuses to those who helped block homeowners seeking assistance. "(They) could not have witnessed what they claim to have witnessed because they were not in a position to do so and would not have witnessed such things in any event because BofA's actual practices were diametrically opposite." The argument was made in court papers as the bank seeks to block efforts to attain class-action status. [View news story]
    the corporate culture of this bank is jaded at best & what ever happened to that wonderful leader they had in ken lewis-talk about ego, just another government partner is BAC--nightmare
    Jul 12 12:43 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Markets get another boost as a soothing Jon Hilsenrath piece hits reminding the Fed wants us to know a taper of asset purchases doesn't mean an end to asset purchases, and a hike in short-term interest rates isn't anywhere close to being on the radar at this point. S&P 500 (SPY +1.6%), Nasdaq 100 (QQQ +1.4%). [View news story]
    I wonder how long this guy Hilsenrath is or is that offensive--my longs thank him as I just sold out some positions-for all the wrong reasons- but you cant let a gift go bye that easily.
    Jun 13 03:53 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • CME Group fines Goldman Sachs (GS) $875K (not a typo) over its failure to "diligently supervise" a top Treasury futures trader in 2008. The trader - who now works at Morgan Stanley - will also be suspended from CME access for 10 days. As is customary, neither the trader nor Goldman admitted or denied the violations. [View news story]
    BAN the prick from the exchange--10 days-- this bum made so much $$$ you could give him 2 years off and hes still ahead of the game--the CME group has some set of balls--or the lack of
    May 31 05:39 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Goldman Sachs lifts its forecasts for the S&P 500 (SPY), as David Kostin and company now say they expect the index to gain 5% by year-end to 1,750, 9% to 1,900 in 2014, and 10% to 2,100 in 2015. The rationale: expectations of above-trend real GDP growth beginning next year (Mr. Evans' "escape velocity" ?) coupled with P/E multiple expansion to 16x. Furthermore, dividends should rise ~30% over the next two years, bolstering the firm's claim that dividend-paying equities (DVY) are one of the only places U.S. investors can look to for income-generation. Some of GS's dividend picks, as listed on MarketWatch: Mattel (MAT), Ford (F), Philip Morris (PM), Walgreen (WAG), Chevron (CVX), U.S. Bancorp (USB), GE, Western Union (WU), Dow Chemical (DOW), and AT&T (T). [View news story]
    Where is Abby Joseph when you need her---another GS one call wonder---its easy when the powers to be decide to buy & tell you about it a week later just in time for you to chase their stock higher--Why listen to them OH I forgot there doing GODS work--right Lloyd--Bags of S$%^ one and all.
    May 21 11:32 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Obituary: A Ridiculous End Of The Too-Big-To-Fail Mantra [View article]
    the big banks are still doing things they should not even be authorized to dable in ( derivatives ) for one--- let them fail & NO, it would not be the end of life as we know it..Crooks one and all need to go to jail for a spell--OH and I mean real jail.
    May 17 12:50 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Market recap: Why do people listen to David Tepper? Because he's often right. His appearance on CNBC this morning to share his bullish views set the table for today's rally, led by big banks including BofA and AmEx. However, techs lagged after Apple sold off on no apparent news. Nymex crude ended below $95 as the IEA detailed a "supply shock"; gold fell to a three-week low at $1,424.50. [View news story]
    Well lets see ,I am long stocks so I tell everyone who kisses my @#s that the place to be is in stocks & they will go much higher---So now I make even more $$$$$--Stupid public and stupid funds looking for % gains to get new customers -push an overbought market to levels not seen before-------Nobody ever gets in trouble for that kind of a FRONT RUN---A RIGGED GAME
    May 14 04:44 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A new twist in the legal battle between AIG and BAC as a judge rules the insurer did not give up its right to sue BofA over $7B in MBS-related losses even though it unloaded the paper as part of its bailout. The FRBNY has already settled with BofA over MBS its Maiden Lane II took in from AIG as part of the rescue. [View news story]
    two of the most hated companies (CROOKS)--who cares who wins---Garbage in Garbage out.
    May 7 01:51 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment