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  • Ranni
    Firing Aubrey $chk board just made the worst personnel decision since the idiots on the Apple board fired Steve Jobs many years ago.
    4/18/13
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    • Ranni: $CHK
      4/18/13
    • Energysystems: lol...Aubrey dreams to be compared to Jobs. Does he have any more maps for sale?
      4/18/13
      • Ranni
        BAC should sell their ~$20B position in that chinese ponzi-bank, rather sooner than later.
        7/19/11
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          • Ranni
            Great time to get rid of toilet paper, called "euro", (includes all european assets). long US-equities is still place to be....
            7/13/11
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              • Ranni
                In, my view, Time Magazine, made big mistake..... Mr. Bernanke, should have been chosen person of the Year 2010. No question about that.
                12/17/10
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                  • Ranni
                    Spain^ +1.129% 5.514
                    12/14/10
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                      • Ranni
                        Trichet must have a hard time, constraining these yield pigs Portugal 10Y GVB +1.196% 6.378 EUR 1.129% VALUE: 5.514 10 Year
                        12/14/10
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                          • Ranni
                            S&P downgraded Belgium to negative. Spanish bonds spiking. (+1.426% 5.530) Good opportunity to add euro shorts.
                            12/14/10
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                              • Ranni
                                Trichet strikes back Eur +1.47% . They should know, PIIGS solvency issue won't fade away, with support purchases nor ill-structure of euro.
                                12/13/10
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                                  • Ranni
                                    Spanish Gov. bonds, creeping higher, near ATH (+0.810% 5.450). Needless to say, get rid of that toilet paper, immediately. (Short EUR/usd)
                                    12/13/10
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                                      • Ranni
                                        Spanish Government bonds spiking again (along w PIIGs). They're warming up printing presses. Meanwhile, Sell Euro.
                                        12/11/10
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                                          • Ranni
                                            Single-family home sales soared on Kauai in November (74% percent increase YoY) No double dip in Hawaii.
                                            12/7/10
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                                              • Ranni
                                                Everyone, should hold modest short position in €uro. Better hedge against total meltdown, than gold. It's overvalued too.
                                                12/6/10
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                                                  • Ranni
                                                    Bad tongues claims that, Mr. Trichet was seen warming up printing presses. Meanwhile it's good time to add €uro short positions.
                                                    12/4/10
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                                                      • Ranni
                                                        Job report couldn't be much worse, and markets are holding up. It's clear signal, buy equities.
                                                        12/3/10
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                                                          • Ranni
                                                            Those are looking entry point to short EUR/usd, now may be good time to add bets against it. It's still ~20% overvalued + EC2 is underway.
                                                            12/3/10
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                                                              • Ranni
                                                                Trichet is still waiting for a miracle. EZ-situation may look stable as long he is ready to eat that waste, which PIGS produce.
                                                                12/2/10
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                                                                  • Ranni
                                                                    EU GDP growth eased to 0.4% from 1% Mr Trichet, It's finally time to suck it up and borrow Mr Bernanke's blueprints (QE).
                                                                    12/2/10
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                                                                      • Ranni
                                                                        Spain bond auctions seems to go fine, as long Mr.Trichet is able to eat all that what El Toro defecate. "Yield 3.717 / Covered 2.27 times."
                                                                        12/2/10
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                                                                          • Ranni
                                                                            alaahalawi6: One would suggest, that period with "no surprises from Europe" won't last too long. ;)
                                                                            12/2/10
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                                                                              • Ranni
                                                                                After today's market rally one thing is for sure. Bearish SA Pundit Steven "Topping continues" Bauer, wont sleep at coming night.
                                                                                12/1/10
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