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  • Broad sales gains across segments for GM [View news story]
    GM and F are going to be selling a lot of cars for back-to-school. This is the best shopping season for consumers either going to look at next year's models coming out now or hoping to get last year's models at a discount.
    Aug 1 09:49 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • General Motors July U.S. sales [View news story]
    GM, whose sales are greater than Ford, matched the growth of 9.4% in sales which is very good. Both companies are good investments with GM having the larger dividend yield of 3.55%.
    Aug 1 09:42 AM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Short Sellers And Seeking Alpha [View article]
    You can lose money too by listening to short sellers. Many times I have sold good companies from reading bearish articles only to later regret it. And articles from bears seem to have more comments. Explain that. And it appears to happen while America sleeps.
    Aug 1 09:37 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Corning's Stock Is A Great Investment Opportunity Right Now [View article]
    I agree with you that GLW is a good buy now. Dow Corning Reports Increased Sales and Profits for First Half of 2014. Corning reported revenue of $2.48 billion, up 8.4% sequentially, 25.2% year over year. I'm buying shares around $19.
    Aug 1 09:34 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Thursday's Sell-Off Matters [View article]
    The summer gives you buying opportunities. If you don't take advantage of them, next year you will regret it. It's easy to look at cheap stocks of good companies that are down for the year and do nothing. But the Fed isn't going to change its outlook, and you need to be putting your money into stocks that have given you the opportunity to buy them lower that you have been waiting for this summer. If you don't want to pick stocks, then look for good mutual funds that are down for the year, but have a long-term, 10-yr, performance history. The fastest money I have made is in stocks who are below the 200 dma but with some bit of news on new products that hits the news media like Barron's. Slow and steady companies like IBM are for those who want safety but with significant upside ahead. If there is too much pessimism on a good company, time to consider the other side. Or if you don't like mutual funds or picking stocks, then go with Berkshire Hathaway or another value conglomerate.
    Aug 1 09:13 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Thursday's Sell-Off Matters [View article]
    I read somewhere that today a Portugal bank couldn't pay a hedgefund their debt payment so I think that is what happened. And traders probably stopped buying anything.

    http://bloom.bg/1s8bDlW
    Jul 31 08:46 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Volatility Is An Essential Asset Class To Own [View article]
    Since April 30, when everyone started jumping on the "Sell in May" band wagon, VXX is down 21%.
    Jul 31 08:34 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Thursday's Sell-Off Matters [View article]
    majority of your money is short? You are a brave one with the unemployment rate dropping.
    Jul 31 08:29 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Thursday's Sell-Off Matters [View article]
    The point is that they were wrong. "Sell in May" didn't work.
    Jul 31 08:27 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Thursday's Sell-Off Matters [View article]
    Since April 30, VIX is up 23% while the VXX ETN is down 21%. There is an article on this website that explains the difference. The VXX is for traders and is not an investment. Perhaps it's just a way for you to pay money to try to prop up Credit Suisse.
    Jul 31 08:23 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Thursday's Sell-Off Matters [View article]
    MarketWatch: “Risk of 20% correction highest until October” – April 30
    CNBC: “This chart says we’re in for a 20% correction” – May 1
    CNBC: “This chart is ominous for S&P” – May 1
    Bloomberg: “The next liquidation crisis: What are the signals?” – May 5
    TradingFloor.com: “A deep correction’s on the horizon” – May 5
    CNBC: “I’m worried about a crisis bigger than 2008: Dr Doom” – May 8
    SeekingAlpha: “Economic hurricane season is approaching” – May 10
    MarketWatch: “Stocks are telling you a bear market is coming – May 15
    Bloomberg: “Tepper: ‘Hold cash, market’s dangerous’” – May 15
    Jul 31 07:55 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Thursday's Sell-Off Matters [View article]
    "Looking at all periods of rate hiking cycles, volatility has increased some, but the net median impact over 6 months is ~+0.6 points."
    http://on.barrons.com/...
    Jul 31 07:22 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Thursday's Sell-Off Matters [View article]
    Credit Suisse is probably buying it but again I say they are on their way to going out of business.
    Jul 31 07:15 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Thursday's Sell-Off Matters [View article]
    I am not buying Treasuries, Gold, or the VIX. I think this is just wishful thinking for those who already own them. I already have too much cash. And I think it is better to buy stocks that are too cheap than to buy anything else. Why would we have a bear market with the unemployment rate falling and GDP rising? What we lack is trust in the market and people sitting on the sidelines pretending to be there for liquidity while they really would like to get cheaper prices to enter. By the time you see the dip, it will be in the rear-view mirror.
    Jul 31 06:30 PM | 12 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Morgan Stanley: Auto Industry Is Peaking [View article]
    China sells more Buicks which cost more than Chevys. That is my point about comparing the price per unit sold.
    Jul 31 01:25 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
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