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  • QE2 Appears Fully Priced Into Stocks [View article]
    Hmmm. I believe that when a bull market starts sellinig good news and buying bad news a reversal is within 1 week of a major move down. IF the economy continues to improve from current levels it runs into many problems.

    1- oil rises and wipes out large chunks of corporate profits
    2- QE ends
    3- dollar rises
    4- interest rate hikes

    These are all bad things for the stock market which is why it will end either lower than when the year started or at the exact same place. Only a fool would buy stocks at current prices. The market is grossly overextended and a correction at this point would only be healthy. The higher we go from here the thinner the volume will be, and the more likely a violent crash will occur. This would NOT be good for the Obama administration if it happened as he starts campaigning again. Pray for a correction.
    Jan 9, 2011. 11:51 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Dramatic U.S. Dollar Sell-Off? Only a Matter of Time [View article]
    All currencies are intrinsically worthless. They are nothi g more than clth paper with an inked design. The us dollar is a traded entity which co-exists with several other "pressured" currencies which is the fundamental difference between folks correlating zimbawes inflation by printing money to ours. The USD is not going to tank and will likely move up to pre crisis levels when the European Union collapses and Japan moves to balance their deflation. This is why QE is brilliant and works. Econ 101 tells us that printing money doesn't work and causes inflation but that teaching came before the rise of Forex and assumes the "printer" is not the king reference frame (currency) of the world and cannot manipulate other currencies around that reference frame. This article is gloom and doom nonsense. This is the United States world and everyone that's not a US citizen simply works for them in one form or another. Call that arrogant but I just call it the way I see it. QE2 is half way over and the dollar is much stronger than it was before it. People don't understand that the US gov't is rooting for and doing all they can to make sure the European Union collapses. This is why China has been stepping in to try and help pro bono
    Jan 9, 2011. 11:27 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Sector Rotation Is a Key Theme for 2011 [View article]
    What kind of crap are you spouting? Precious metals have nowhere but up to go and are not overpriced with the billions of new dollars being printed on a daily basis. $5 gas will effectively wipe out 15% of all corporate profits in all sectors other than oil companies. You're 2011 strategy is nothing more than a neo twist on the bullish propaganda being parroted everywhere in blogs, articles, news networks, brokerage ads, message boards and around the family dinner. Please stop. Buy leveraged bear etf's which are at 52 week lows and grossly oversold rsi's. Let the dumb money hold their multi year high stocks and buy when others are greedy.
    Jan 2, 2011. 05:04 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • VIX and Put-to-Call Ratio Snapshot [View article]
    Say what you want but once the vix actually starts moving it's pretty goddamn hard to stop it. If I were a bull I would be very concerned about what looks like a very clear pivot point.
    Dec 16, 2010. 02:42 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • VIX Near All-Time Lows? Not Even Close [View article]
    This article is Bullish propaganda! The vix has rallied big already today and I'm expecting more of the same for the entire month of December.
    Dec 15, 2010. 03:22 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • VIX Near All-Time Lows? Not Even Close [View article]
    Nonsense, when taking into consideration the market collapse/low just a little over a year ago, the European debt crisis, unemployment, recession etc... The vix is at gross lows. The vix "all time low" is a worthless indication of anything considering the time it occured. For the vix to be as low as it is now given the melieu is frightening. We are one piece of bad news away from the vix breaking it's glass roof and setting off all kinds of trouble. I'm curious as to the the purpose of this article. Your article pointing out an irrelevant fact is more of the same bullish propaganda that is literally everywhere one looks in the marketsphere. Its no secret that seekingalpha advice loses people money 80% of the time. And you can sit here and tell us that you made no recommendations and disclosed no positions and how "neutral" your article is but for individuals that see past bullshit the message is there in writing. So heres my opinion since you gave yours 1)The vix is too low 2)it will spike 3)the market will violently reverse 4)all the bull money made over the past 3-4 months will be wiped out in a matter of a couple trading weeks. GL! Get out there and buy some 52 week high multiple year high stocks. Tell us how it works out.
    Dec 15, 2010. 12:12 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Big Call Option Activity Is Contrarian Caution Sign for the Market [View article]
    Good article sir. However you say stocks on the s&p are not overvalued and that's true but they most certainly are not undervalued either. They are historically higher than they have been the majority of the time since '29. Why I ended my bullish stance is the extreme high on the RSI swiftly being approached by all indexes. You are also correct about the calls and "dumb money" as I believe they will be taken out before opex.
    Dec 13, 2010. 07:25 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 10 Signs of a Market Top  [View instapost]
    It's hilarious to think a big rally will continue as RSI's in all indexes are at the grossly overbought 70 level. Bulls now remind me of bears in late august. Same idiots different name.
    Dec 12, 2010. 07:31 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Where Are Stocks Headed? [View article]
    I don't think you read my reply with aplomb. You talk about knucklehead bears pointing to Hindenburg omens and deathcrosses and they had good reason to do so as indexes were dipping just below support levels. Well guess what knucklehead? The exact same thing is playing out here in reverse. It's sad to see what bulls have become. Refusing to lock in profits blinded by greed like bears of late august. I remember more sensible times for bulls. Articles like this are everywhere. News networks, message boards, analysts and retailers are happy as hell expecting more and more pumping at every opportunity. Even shorts have gone long. I heard a family member of mine who took out all his 401k money last year was also putting everything back into the mkt. Too, MM's won't let the massive amount of new call money go itm by opex this week. They will wipe it out and the selloff will intesify as tax selling starts once losses begin registering. Every bit of good news also will cause a selloff through December. I was a bull up to about a week ago. It's just sad to see what bulls have become. SAD. I wish all you new money knuckleheads luck on your bullish stance... If only you weren't 3 months late to the party...
    Dec 12, 2010. 07:19 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • S&P 500 Has Reached a Short Term Top With Financials Highly Overvalued [View article]
    Guy should consider himself lucky if he can come close to making his money back. I'm sure he will stop tucking tail and post again if faz moves up a few pennies. A bum. A complete bum.
    Dec 12, 2010. 04:00 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • S&P 500 Has Reached a Short Term Top With Financials Highly Overvalued [View article]
    Oh and BTW, options expire this week? This week really? Are you really that stupid? You mean next week?
    Dec 10, 2010. 12:54 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • S&P 500 Has Reached a Short Term Top With Financials Highly Overvalued [View article]
    Yes iIncluding yourself. Next you are going to tell me that banks are broke right? They would love you to believe this. Knucklehead, Bank of America alone aquired countrywide, merril lynch, wachovia and about 15 small regional banks over the past 2 years. The big banks are bigger and more powerful than they have ever been and will post profits in the near future much larger than they ever have. Look, if anyone listened to your article they would have lost a good amount of money already and your strategy of going long on a decaying leveraged ETF is pure unadulterated idiocy. Another black eye for The Market Financial.
    Dec 10, 2010. 12:05 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • S&P 500 Has Reached a Short Term Top With Financials Highly Overvalued [View article]
    Look, every pullback is going to be nothing but a healthy retracement and won't last long enough or be big enough for you to profit on faz with decay figured in. Mkt moves sideways you also lose. My faz buy price target is $8. The intelligent way to profit off of these etfs is to buy both faz and fas simultaneously and sell intraday rips off both as the mkt goes from red to green or viversa. You also fail to realize that all bad news being talked about back and forth heretofore is already priced into the mkt. You are going to need a miracle to stay liquid in FAZ. Dow will see 12,000 by Christmas and you can yell fundamentals from the top of your lungs on the Capitol steps and nobody will care.
    Dec 9, 2010. 11:30 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • S&P 500 Has Reached a Short Term Top With Financials Highly Overvalued [View article]
    To try and short financials as they are breaking out is utterly ridiculous. This is the same talk that crushed bears when they went hedged deep into early September. China raising rates? I'm not sure you understand what will happen if that happens. If that happens you are going to see a huge run up on US equities as foreign capital flows in and you will also see commodities prices collapse. Likely, financials will lead the next leg up. Leave the technical analysis to the amateurs and pennystock boards and concentrate on general economics. As of right now FAZ is taking another beating and this whole article has been invalidated. People are finaly staring to see past the media "doom" they have been selling since 2008 raking in the advertising revenue. Ill never forget the masses that screamed to get out of stocks and avoid the markets in march of 2009. Thankfully i avoided the folly of knuckleheads like the author of this article and bought. Only a fool would bet against financials as they start to break out and China does the US a huge favor and raises rates.  And lastly, you are "long faz"? You are long an inverse leveraged ETF with a 1.5% weekly decay rate? They are for swing and day trading only. Please stop wasting bandwidth as anybody that reads this article and heeds any advice contained herewithin is bound to lose money.
    Dec 9, 2010. 10:19 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Preview of AspenBio's Potentially Blockbuster Clinical Trials [View article]
    Dan you are a complete joke. How much were you paid to write this article? You said you recieved confirmation that results would be released this week. Didnt happen. I quicky read your joke you call a blog and your 10 predictions for 2010 and 2009. You are 35% right dude. In the market world you are the eqivalent of an unskilled laborer. You should leave the investment advice, blogs and articles to those skilled in investments and markets. Please stop.
    Jun 4, 2010. 08:04 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment