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  • February Nonfarm Payrolls: +236K vs. consensus +160K, 119K previous (revised from +157K). Unemployment rate 7.7% vs. consensus 7.9%, 7.9% previous. [View news story]
    Really?
    Wow, I guess that all is well?
    Not in my neck of the woods where we actually eat food and have to work for a living.
    10.5 Real U/E rate here in N.E. Pa., but what the hell we can all get I-pads for a cheaper price ala Bill Dudley!
    Please!
    Mar 8 08:35 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • There's no evidence we are in a bubble right now, says St. Louis Fed chief Jim Bullard, appearing on Bloomberg. Notable in the discussion is Bullard apparently dropping any of his previous musings about imminent tightening. He calls 200K a good benchmark for NFP - not a prediction for today, but a number he would like to see on a regular basis. [View news story]
    Of course there's no bubble,
    these fed heads never see a bubble till it BLOWS UP IN THEIR FACES!
    How could he see a bubble?
    When you live in an ivory tower and are NOT in tune with the poor working man / woman, you will never see that for which you simply are NOT LOOKING FOR!

    Hey buddy,
    take it from me, a once true believer in the "Once Free Market System",

    There IS a Bubble!

    A fed INDUCED BUBBLE!
    Now send me some money for doing your job, I am all but wiped OUT by your policies!
    Mar 8 08:22 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Fed is considering abandoning its plan to eventually sell the trillions of dollars of bonds it's bought and just let them mature instead. The move would prevent the disruption of markets that might come with big sales, and it would prevent any losses if and when interest rates rise, not to mention any subsequent criticism from Capitol Hill. There might be some economic benefits too. [View news story]
    No!
    Nothing this fed has been doing is GOOD!
    Or is it ETHICAL!
    The Bernanke fed is a perversion!
    It is not natural and if it were an animal in the animal kingdom it would be taken out and KILLED!
    There is nothing good being done by the progressives in power, be it the fed or this administration!
    The working man / woman is having their standard of living destroyed and their children are being set up for NEVER being able to attain the standard of living of their parents, just look at the kids coming out of college today!
    The "Fabian Socialist Society" is doing its life work, "Molding the world into a "system" closer to their hearts desire",
    whatever that may turn out to be!

    "Lord forgive them for they know not what they do",
    unfamiliar with that quote?
    It is what Jesus is said to have begged the father as he withered in pain, dying on the cross!

    Please, those who direct the show,
    turn back while there is still time,
    capitalism and the once "Free Market System" have done more than anything in history to raise the most out of poverty.
    String theory states you CAN change the lane you are in,
    change now, for the sake of the free!
    Mar 8 08:03 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Fed Stress Tests: Ally Financial is the only bank not meeting the Fed standards.  All of the other 18 holding companies showed a Tier 1 Common Ratio higher than 5% under the central bank's severe loss scenario. [View news story]
    Shocking!
    Isn't it?
    Not at all!
    All is well, stay calm...
    Buy stock,
    buy more stock!
    Mar 7 04:40 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Feb. ADP Jobs Report: +198K vs. +173K consensus, 192K prior. [View news story]
    Rah rah rah ey buddy?
    Pump and dump 'em,
    if you got 'em!
    The system we are forced to "PLAY" in is hopelessly broken!
    Perverted by the master of market perversion,
    the one the only,
    Benny the bookie and his ever faithful suck up,
    Janet, I should beg forgiveness for the pain I inflict on the working slobs, Yellen!
    This is NOT the once mighty "FREE MARKET SYSTEM"
    no sir!
    Mar 6 08:27 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • "There's a lot of liquor out there now," says Paul Volcker, wondering at what point the Fed will begin to remove the punch bowl. He concedes a chance of moving too early, but "the much more frequent mistake ... is you go too slow." Earlier at the same conference, Janet Yellen argued there's no reason to even consider shutting the party down yet. [View news story]
    How disgusting?
    Yellen should be held accountable for this total lack of compassion for the working slob who does NOT have any money left from all the wonderful manipulating her boss and chief bubble blower Benny the Bookie to play the "stock's can NEVER go down" game!
    Excuse me Madame, you are complicit in the greatest stock market BUBBLE in history!
    Greenspan at least tried to B..S. his way through his bubbles and had "No Idea" the Bubble was forming!
    Hey Al, yeah,
    wink wink nod nod!
    Then Bennie the Bookie shows up and blows the housing bubble and now admits to supporting the Markets. Sir, you are in contempt, lying in front of congress and your "We will not monetize the debt" speech should have landed you in jail!
    The destruction of the once "Free Market System" by this Fed and specifically Bernanke and Yellen will go down in history, if the Republic survives.
    But all is well, go buy more stock and drive the markets into the "New High" area where Goldman will short the bejesus out of this perversion all the while on C.N.B.C. touting how wonderful this buying opportunity will be for all the small people who have no money left to play this Ponzi Game!
    God save the Republic
    Mar 4 05:19 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.B) is starting to look like an index fund, but with greater specific company risk, writes Cullen Roche. He notes the diminishing returns of book value gains relative to the S&P 500 - 14% in Berkshire's first 20 years, 5.6% in the last 20, 3.9% in the last 5. Berkshire is so big, he wonders if it can continue to outperform to a degree outweighing the risks of owning a single holding company. [View news story]
    An index fund?
    Really?
    I'd say it looks more like a government sanctioned "Insider Trading" vehicle for a fat cat who is as dishonest with regard to his taxes and his secretary and her "Income Tax" liabilities as you can get!
    Why is Buffett above everyone else?
    Why is Jon Corzone allowed to wreck havoc on thousands of peoples lives and livelihoods?
    Where is the standard?
    Where is the ethic?
    There is none with regard to Buffett /Corzine / and the total destruction of the worlds once greatest "Free Market System" that Bernanke and the fed has come out and admitted to supporting, or where I come from its called manipulating!
    Today's action is a classic tell, disgusting, in your face manipulation!
    Mar 4 04:36 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • While unemployment remains high, corporate profits have been growing, with companies being able to keep down wages due to the stagnant job market and make more money with fewer workers. Earnings have risen at an annualized 20.1% since the end of 2008 but disposable income just 1.4%. "There hasn't been a period in the last 50 years where these trends have been so pronounced," says Barclays economist Dean Maki. [View news story]
    You fool!
    Screw earnings, they are as misleading as Slobama!
    Earnings are being goosed by share buybacks (reducing the shares and lifting reported earnings) and the so called miracle of Super M&A the talking heads are always waxing poetic about!
    Hey lying good for nothings, all the so called M&A has done
    is resulted in massive lay -offs!
    There is no middle class end user demand, think CRAPPLE has been immune to the out of reach "TOY'S" people have finally woken up to the fact they can't EAT!
    Walmart is a grocery store now, people are only buying the absolutely necessary to survive essentials!
    FOOD AND CLOTHING Dean!

    This propaganda administration and the lame street media are complicit in causing the soon to come next leg down!
    Re-test of 2009 lows over the next two years?
    When the jig is finally up, beware the "Top Down" takeover this administration has been readying for over the past five years!
    God save the Republic!
    Mar 4 11:55 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Fed's asset purchases are not working, are benefitting the wrong people, and potentially counterproductive, says the Dallas Fed's Richard Fisher. His comments put him directly at odds with the last 2 days of Congressional testimony from The Chairman. Fisher calls it a Buzz Lightyear monetary policy, "pledging to hold the federal funds rate at zero seemingly to infinity and beyond." [View news story]
    Dick Fischer to replace Bernanke!
    RIGHT NOW!
    While the Republic still stands!
    Feb 27 04:52 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Fed's asset purchases are not working, are benefitting the wrong people, and potentially counterproductive, says the Dallas Fed's Richard Fisher. His comments put him directly at odds with the last 2 days of Congressional testimony from The Chairman. Fisher calls it a Buzz Lightyear monetary policy, "pledging to hold the federal funds rate at zero seemingly to infinity and beyond." [View news story]
    Thank God for one True American with a brain!
    Thank you Mr. Fischer!
    From all the working slobs trying to keep up with the standard of living killing from the Chairman!
    The Chairman,
    sounds almost communist?
    Slobama and his minions?
    I better tread lightly, S.A. will censor me!
    Thanks again Mr. Fischer for having the back of all the rest of the working men / women who don't shop at Rodeo Dr.
    Feb 27 04:51 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • "High above the Alps my Gnome is hearing a rumor that Apple will announce a stock split at tomorrow's shareholder meeting," tweets Doug Kass. The rumor has led Apple (AAPL +1%) shares to spike higher. Update (2:24 PM): Kass is using the post-rumor spike to sell part of his trading position in Apple. [View news story]
    Don't you mean crapple?
    Bubble blowin Ben killed the efficient market along with the once Free Market System!
    Crap in,
    crapple out!
    Feb 26 03:28 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The state legislature in New Jersey approves Governor Chris Christie's changes to an online gambling bill, ensuring the state will allow some forms of Internet gambling. [View news story]
    Great, just what the poor working slobs who can't afford their $15,000 a year school tax bill need!
    Oh, how stupid of me, just go online and win some online poker money to pay for the twice daily lottery and your "It's never enough" school tax union pay off!
    Man I am glad I split that state back in 2002 before Greenspan and Bubble blowin Ben decided to save us from ourselves!
    Lord have mercy!
    Feb 26 03:24 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Not in my neck of the woods!
    To paraphrase George Taylor from the original Planet of The Apes,
    and I quote,

    "It's a madhouse, a madhouse!"
    Feb 26 12:07 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Bernanke Semiannual Monetary Policy Report: The benefits of easing continue to outweigh the costs and risks, says Bernanke in his prepared testimony. Maybe putting to rest the kerfuffle from last week's FOMC minutes, he says QE will continue until there are substantial labor market gains. Watch live here[View news story]
    Whoa! Whoa,Whoa!
    Nice shootin' there Tex!
    Care to allow us time to get our feet of the floor,
    the sh** is gettin' deep in here!

    Bernanke / Yellen are DESTROYING the working slobs of this once PROUD country!
    Feb 26 12:04 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Jan. New Home Sales: 437K vs. 381K expected, 393K prior (revised from 369K). [View news story]
    @June1234,
    you are spot on!
    Amazing how you can get whatever figure you are after, just choke the foreclosure pipeline a little and all SEEMS well!
    NOT!
    Feb 26 12:00 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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