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  • JP Morgan: Ignore the Bad Economic News [View article]
    Buzzer, you must be one stellar trader. How about some of your projections for the next 12, 24 or 60 months, so we can praise you IF you time it correctly again. Until then, you are just a joke.
    Mar 4 02:05 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Options Trader Monday Outlook: Is Momentum Shifting? [View article]
    I used to trade Equities and Derivatives For a couple of the big 12 you are always punishing (for a good reason by the way). I am bearish, but knowing how trading and especially bonuses work, I would be very surprised if they let this baby drop by year end. Too many large HFs and IBs are so in the money, they will do whatever it takes to protect their bonuses. Trading is light, so playing the market from the derivative side shouldn't be too hard. Well next year is a whole different story, this could be interesting.
    Oct 26 04:47 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Look Ahead at Earnings This Week [View article]
    Pat, they already mentioned several times they want to give it back. Quite honestly, they never wanted it in the first place. They need compensation flexibility to hire whom they wish. Can't have the government tell them what to do. Many banks were forced to take ATRP, so the bad/dangerous ones weren't so easy to spot, unless you do your due diligence. Due Diligence is so overrated these days, well fundamentals don't matter much either, so why bother.


    On Jul 13 11:07 AM Pat C wrote:

    > Sure would be nice if we could get back the $10 billion that Goldman
    > stole from the taxpayers with all this profit they are generating.
    > Yea, I'm still ticked-off, I don't think I am going to get over it
    > for some time if ever. I don't know why everyone continues to give
    > them their business.
    Jul 13 12:46 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Real Crisis Is Food: Beginning of the Bull for Agriculture [View article]
    $2 for a filet mignon? You either forgot a 0 after the 2 or you haven't gotten a filet mignon. Pick one!


    On Jun 22 10:00 PM Dirk McCoy wrote:

    > I paid $1.79 for a gallon of milk, $2.00 for a filet mignon, and
    > $.99 for a loaf of wheat bread today- so what are you talking about?
    Jun 26 06:14 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • IBM's Gerstner Favors Taxing Short Term Capital Gains [View article]
    Well Tyler, I really like your posts, but S&P at 0? I am bearish too, but I am thinking more along the lines of 700.
    Jun 26 11:40 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Investors Rush into Duoyuan Global Water's IPO [View article]
    Mister "China Expert", just hit the button that says "prospectus" you got everything you need. It would be nice if you can shoot me and/or others a note what your analysis brings about. Have a great day.


    On Jun 25 08:15 AM China Expert wrote:

    > Too bad this post does not include a proforma balance sheet and capitalization
    > table.... just maybe....maybe.... someone could actually put a guestimate
    > of this company's valuation.
    > If someone is going to cut and paste information from a prospectus.....
    > you might as well be thorough about it and cut and paste relative
    > info.
    Jun 25 12:27 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Top 12 Indicators That the Economy Is Still Bad [View article]
    Love #8 :)
    Jun 18 04:38 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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