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  • Bernanke's First Bubble [View article]
    I like your Back To The Future reference there Biff. Too bad you weren't even born back in 1985....


    On May 14 01:31 PM Cetin Hakimoglu wrote:

    > You're annoying. make like a tree and leave.
    May 14, 2009. 02:54 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why dividends matter: Historically, dividends are responsible for about half of the stock market's total return. Yet by 2000, their slice of the pie plunged to just 10%. Meager dividends could significantly delay any full recovery.  [View news story]
    I willing to sacrifice myself if it means stopping a madman like Cetin....


    On May 13 09:08 PM heed wrote:

    > You do realize that you could end up with some friendly fire with
    > that picture, don't you.
    >
    > Kind of like wearing antlers during deer season.
    May 14, 2009. 06:38 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • More Retail Disappointment [View article]
    I guess that's why you have no understanding of it....


    On May 13 03:41 PM Cetin Hakimoglu wrote:

    > Macroeconomics isn't an intuitive science
    May 13, 2009. 09:00 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why dividends matter: Historically, dividends are responsible for about half of the stock market's total return. Yet by 2000, their slice of the pie plunged to just 10%. Meager dividends could significantly delay any full recovery.  [View news story]
    Cetin = Charlatan



    On May 13 08:44 PM Missing_Link wrote:

    > On May 13 08:33 PM archman82011 wrote:
    May 13, 2009. 08:49 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why dividends matter: Historically, dividends are responsible for about half of the stock market's total return. Yet by 2000, their slice of the pie plunged to just 10%. Meager dividends could significantly delay any full recovery.  [View news story]
    I am prepared to commit substantial capital to such a fund. As you can tell from my photograph, I too believe in doing exactly the opposite of what Cetin says...


    On May 13 08:37 PM Wisdom vs. Information wrote:

    > cetin cracks me up; i am thinking about starting a fund which simply
    > does the opposite of what cetin says
    May 13, 2009. 08:47 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why dividends matter: Historically, dividends are responsible for about half of the stock market's total return. Yet by 2000, their slice of the pie plunged to just 10%. Meager dividends could significantly delay any full recovery.  [View news story]
    Bill Seidman passed away at age 88 after a short illness. He wasn't "found dead" so stop trying to create some controversy and sullying his memory.

    Instead of wasting time writing you ridiculous posts, you might try reading Seidman's book "Full Faith & Credit" describing his experience as head of the RTC. Who knows, even YOU might learn something, but I wouldn't bet on it


    On May 13 07:47 PM Cetin Hakimoglu wrote:

    > Former FDIC chairman foudn dead 88. Is this the next shoe to drop?
    May 13, 2009. 08:46 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Lazarus Market [View article]
    It's not the author's fault that you don't understand poly syllabic words....


    On May 13 04:09 PM Cetin Hakimoglu wrote:

    > #1 rule of entering the smart club: Don't deliberately use big words
    > to pretend to be smart when much simpler wording will do. Those who
    > are actually smart see though it.
    >
    > ----------------------...
    > Besides the bleating heard from the Wall Street herd (what do lemmings
    > sound like, anyway?), such cacophony is emanating from a multitude
    > of other overeager prophets.
    May 13, 2009. 05:32 PM | 9 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Putting the REIT Maturity Crunch into Perspective [View article]
    So "Mad Money" is your other source of investment information? YIKES!!!! I'm not surprised you pray at the alters of Cramer and Kudlow...


    On May 13 07:54 AM Cetin Hakimoglu wrote:

    > Cramer may be right. -And the the John Stewart crowd wrong.
    >
    > ----------------------...
    > In either case current investors will long be gone, having sold to
    > whatever hot potato holders are the most fervent believers in Jim
    > Cramer's economic "fundamental analysis."
    May 13, 2009. 10:03 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • So Much for Shorting the Markets [View article]
    MY guess is your....


    On May 12 02:25 PM Donkey Kong wrote:

    > ECONOMY
    >
    > FINANCIAL
    >
    > STELLAR
    >
    > Make guess is your predictions are as faulty as your spelling....
    >
    May 12, 2009. 04:13 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Bull Market That Few Are Buying [View article]
    Thanks for your Twitter update. YOU were the one who said the futures were SURGING this AM. Why do you use the word SURGING so much? Do you have a lot of pent-up sexual tension?


    On May 12 12:43 PM Cetin Hakimoglu wrote:

    > I don't day trade. I get the quotes in the morning and then check
    > the markets after the close.
    May 12, 2009. 12:51 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Bull Market That Few Are Buying [View article]
    As a professional investor with 25 years of experience, I don't rely on the abstract when it comes to investing. Yes, there are opportunities in every type of market. Jim Rodgers made a fortune in commodities in the bear equity markets of the '70s. CDs or US Treasuries were a great call in the high interest rate environment of the early '80s. CDs and commodities are NOT stocks the last time I looked!! Cetin is hawking large-cap tech, with only POT as benefiting from a high-inflation environment. His advice based on price momentum and basic technical analysis, which is a far cry from investment analysis.

    I certainly hope you are not a "real" captain because I would be afraid to serve in your unit or fly on your airplane.




    On May 12 10:06 AM captmanning wrote:

    > It appears that Donkey Kong is treating math and statistics in the
    > abstract rather than as tools for analysis and investing. I was actually
    > in the market in the 70s and 80s. "STOCKS" may have been BAD, but
    > there were plenty of solid companies that individually were good
    > investments. And higher interest rates also means higher deposit
    > interest, and during some of those years CDs were available at 15%.
    > Some of us did our homework and took advantage of alternatives. And
    > prospered.
    >
    > That seems to be Cetim's message: find the alternative with the lowest
    > risk/highest return. But that takes work that most people don't have
    > the gumption for. It's far easier to listen to some guru who predicts
    > the future.
    May 12, 2009. 12:03 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Debating Taleb, And Advice-Givers in General [View article]
    Why listen to Taleb...he doesn't even have his own math web page!


    On May 11 03:35 PM Cetin Hakimoglu wrote:

    > The Taleb fade never fails. When Taleb opens his mouth, buy as much
    > stock as you can. Buy large cap tech, especially.
    May 11, 2009. 08:42 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Jeremy Grantham Predicts A Tough Road [View article]
    Why listen to somebody like Jeremy Grantham when we all have access to the amazing Cetin (aka Kreskin)!!


    On May 10 03:23 PM Cetin Hakimoglu wrote:

    > I won,t be losing any sleep over this letter. I have no plans to
    > sell anything.
    May 10, 2009. 08:49 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Book Review: Great Depression Ahead [View article]
    I am violating my pledge to ignore you, but unlike the SEC, I feel obligated to expose fraudulent activities in the investment market.

    Even if you claim not to be a PROPONENT of algorithmic trading, you clearly posted that you had formula that showed how the market moves and a formula for finding the probability of a stock or index hitting a certain price level. I assume that is how you are generating the returns you claim. Put up or shut up.

    In the interest of accuracy, I have never seen you reference anything close to fundamental analysis. Please just tell the truth and admit you simply believe in price momentum.

    YIC

    Donkey Kong


    On May 10 05:44 PM Cetin Hakimoglu wrote:

    > I never claimed to be a proponent of algorithmic trading. The vast
    > majority of my posts allude to fundamental analysis with a few technicals
    > spliced in.
    >
    > Somewhere you said you would ignore my posts, but you just can't
    > resist, huh?
    >
    > On May 10 05:33 PM Donkey Kong wrote:
    May 10, 2009. 05:58 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Book Review: Great Depression Ahead [View article]
    Excellent advice. The best way to neutralize people like Paris Hilton, Lindsey Lohan, Blago, and of course Cetin, is to ignore them. Going forward, I will ignore any and all posts from Cetin and ask all other members of Seeking Alpha to do the same.

    Cetin = Charlatan



    On May 09 09:21 PM archman82011 wrote:

    > Donkey Kong:
    >
    > DO NOT waste your time with anything associated with this Cetin character.
    >
    >
    > He is either a fake or plagiarized that paper from elsewhere.
    >
    > Cetin works at WalMart, dreams of being the lead character from the
    > movie "Good Will Hunting", and posts non stop on Seeking Alpha to
    > the tune of 99% negative reviews for one reason:
    >
    > To promote his friends website.
    > (The one you see constantly linked to in his posts)
    May 9, 2009. 10:32 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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