Seeking Alpha

anonymous#12

anonymous#12
Send Message
View as an RSS Feed
View anonymous#12's Comments BY TICKER:
Latest  |  Highest rated
  • Market recap: The S&P extended its winning streak to eight on strong reports from P&G, Halliburton and others to close above 1500 for the first time since 2007, with the next stop the 1565 high. Not too hot, not too cold: Earnings have come in better than expected, and money seems to be moving into stocks without a stampede. Treasury prices fell on signs the eurozone is healing from its sovereign debt crisis. [View news story]
    The "market" is noticing that things are getting better in the Eurozone with a recent auction in Spain being overbid by a lot.

    US economy is rebounding pretty strong after the crisis brought by the tea party.

    Retail Sales hitting all time highs, corporate earnings magnificent....what's not to like?
    Jan 25 06:21 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Initial Jobless Claims: -5K to 330K vs. 360K consensus, 335K prior (revised). Continuing claims -71K to 3.15M. [View news story]
    Lakshman Achuthan from the ECRI took a lot of doomers thru the slaughterhouse....ouch!
    Jan 24 08:59 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • "Huuuuuge demand for Spain's new 10-year bond - order book of over €17B for the expected €3-4B deal," tweets Reuters' Jamie McGeever. Earlier, Spain sold more than €2.8B of 3-6 month bills, above its target of €2.5B, with yields falling also. [View news story]
    Hahahahahaha....doomers were hoping things would collapse......


    So, where is the euro collapse?
    Jan 22 07:20 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • More on jobless claims: At 335K, it's the lowest read since January 2008. The 4-week moving average declines 6.75K to 359.2K. A Marketwatch report say seasonal quirks could be behind the big decline, without giving any detail. The news combines with the big housing starts print to send S&P futures +0.6%, 10-year Treasury yields to 1.87%, gold -0.6%, and the dollar higher across the board. [View news story]
    These doomers don't know how jobless claims are calculated. They lack normal brain functions.That's why they think everything is a conspiracy.
    Jan 17 10:43 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Wall Street Breakfast: Must-Know News [View article]
    Inflation getting very low, some people may need to reconsider their fantasies of a hyperinflation crisis.
    Jan 16 09:09 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Dec. Consumer Price Index: 0.0% in-line with expectations, -0.3% prior. Core CPI +0.1% in-line with expectations, +0.1% prior. [View news story]
    But....but Schiff said there was a hyperinflation collapse occurring!!!!

    Reality is that inflation is too low and needs to increase.
    Jan 16 09:07 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Initial Jobless Claims: +4K to 371K vs. 362K consensus, 367K prior (revised). Continuing claims -127K to 3.10M. [View news story]
    So where's the recession the doomers have been calling for...3 straight years now?

    I remember a guy here on SA that around August of 2010 said: "things are collapsing, you would see", "the S&P 500 going back to 600 soon"....hahahahahaha....
    Jan 10 09:50 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Fiscal cliff negotiations between Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Minority Leader Mitch McConnell hit a major snag after Republicans demand use of the "chained CPI" method for calculating entitlement benefits - which would result in lower payments for Social Security beneficiaries. Pres. Obama backed the provision previously, but Democrats now object to including it as part of a scaled-down deal. Updated 5:51 p.m.: The Senate won't vote tonight and will reconvene at 11 a.m. tomorrow, Reid says. [View news story]
    Oh my God those elderly people receiving $1,200 per month are living the high life!
    Dec 30 04:33 PM | 12 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The chances for a fiscal cliff deal in the next 48 hours are "exceedingly good," says Senator Lindsey Graham, appearing on Fox News. "Hats off to the President, he won," Graham adds. "The President campaigned on raising rates and he's going to get a rate increase." [View news story]
    If the cliff happens is all Boehner's fault. He owns it 100%.

    These T-bags only want to see the US fail for political gains. Disgusting.
    Dec 30 01:36 PM | 10 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Going over the fiscal cliff "looks like where we're headed," says Senate Majority Leader Reid. S&P 500 losses accelerate, -0.7%[View news story]
    Youngman, you don't live in the US. Stay away please. The less republicans here on the US the better.

    And this is all Boehner's fault. He owns the fiscal cliff.
    Dec 27 12:35 PM | 12 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Initial Jobless Claims: -12K to 350K vs. 365K consensus, 362K prior (revised). Continuing claims -32K to 3.23M. [View news story]
    NO recession. The US economy is growing strongly.
    Dec 27 12:29 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • If the U.S. goes over the fiscal cliff, the biggest impact in sheer dollars would land on relatively affluent households, but in terms of percentage of tax increases, low- and moderate-income taxpayers would face the biggest burden - an often overlooked part of the budget debate that’s beginning to draw attention as the year-end deadline nears. [View news story]
    Well we know what happens when anti-social doomers that lean republican have guns ....look at what happened in Connecticut. Time to ban guns.
    Dec 25 11:09 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Plan C. Acknowledging there is no time to craft a "grand bargain" before year end, the President urges Congress to pass a stopgap measure, saying he'll immediately sign a bill allowing unemployment benefits to continue and preventing tax hikes on those with income under $250K/year. [View news story]
    "Imagine what corporate balance sheets would look like if there were no FICA obligations and no expense for health care for employees"...

    Don't stop there....imagine if companies didn't needed to pay wages at all! Balance sheets would be phenomenal! Imagine if companies didn't needed to obey regulations and could just dump toxic waste without paying fines. Profits would boom! Capitalist utopia!
    Dec 22 11:39 AM | 7 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • "It's an absolute frenzy to buy finished lots or platted lots, the busiest my company's ever been," says the head of a Phoenix land brokerage firm. The homebuilders have obviously had a big year. How might landowners and real estate developers fare in this environment? The St. Joe (JOE), Limoneira (LMNR), Tejon Ranch (TRC), and AMREP (AXR) come to mind. Any others? [View news story]
    "hordes of people with no data beyond what the BLS publishes "....

    Hahaha....the irony....

    What data do you have to say that the cost of living up went 37%?Taking numbers out of your as$ doesn't count....

    Doomers, always have conspiracy theories. The stock market is up, oh no is Ben Bernanke buying all shares. Corporate earnings up, oh no is a massive fraud which all companies of the world are inventing numbers. Obama is a alien lizard the son of Satan bent on destroying the world.

    We know what happens when anti-social doomers get crazy, look what happened last Friday....
    Dec 18 10:25 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • "It's an absolute frenzy to buy finished lots or platted lots, the busiest my company's ever been," says the head of a Phoenix land brokerage firm. The homebuilders have obviously had a big year. How might landowners and real estate developers fare in this environment? The St. Joe (JOE), Limoneira (LMNR), Tejon Ranch (TRC), and AMREP (AXR) come to mind. Any others? [View news story]
    Same thing happening in California, things are moving faster than anyone could have expected.
    Dec 16 02:30 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
COMMENTS STATS
552 Comments
2,033 Likes