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  • Why The Correction Didn't Become A Crash [View article]
    I'm not fooling myself... perpetual QE will CERTAINLY help stocks. Why is that angry? Why does that mean stocks didn't go the way I thought they would?

    The only one here who is fooling themselves is CLEARLY you... The economy MUST be awful for Japan to expand QE that much. The economy MUST be awful for the Fed to even talk QE after just a 10% correction, the economy in Europe MUST be awful for them to talk QE.

    Now... an awful economy is NOT normally "highly favorable conditions" for stocks... its because of QE... period. Anything else is a farce.

    A little bit of "good" economic data used is COMPLETELY DEPENDENT on QE. The need for perpetual global QE proves that.
    Oct 31, 2014. 08:46 AM | 45 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why the Stock Market Should Crash [View article]
    Money printing & US dollar devaluation seems to trump all right now
    Nov 16, 2009. 12:44 PM | 44 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Unsustainable Lie of Inflation [View article]
    This is a great article... Americas failure will occur sometime, this path cannot be continued.
    Nov 9, 2009. 02:00 PM | 42 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Impending Collapse of the Gold Bubble [View article]

    This is a terrible article, the REAL bubble is in the faith of global fiat currencies.
    Mar 30, 2011. 01:21 PM | 41 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • And So It Begins: Futures Plunge as Fed Raises Discount Rate [View article]
    Printing money & inequitably distributing it among the wealthy while not creating jobs will not prevent the Titanic from sinking...
    Just look at today

    Hot inflation reading & rise in jobless claims
    Feb 18, 2010. 09:04 PM | 39 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 8 More Reasons Why a Double Dip Is Coming [View article]
    I'm a middle class physical therapist bro. Thats why I know more about whats going down on the street. I have 20 patients a day telling me how it is. That data is USELESS to them, theres been wonderful data for the last 40 years but the middle class keeps declining.
    Thats my point.

    Your data may be positive, I don't disagree with you. Going DEEPER as to WHY is it positive? Theft. Call it what it is
    1. Theft of purchasing power from the middle class
    2. Printing $
    3. 13 trillion in debt
    4. 0% rates to banks while taxpayers pay the bond interest
    5. Job cuts
    6. Destroying the dollar since the Feds inception

    So you are right, I won't believe any positive data until we are in a budget neutral & non-printing world at the expense of the purchasing power of the US citizens.
    Jul 29, 2010. 08:02 AM | 38 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 8 More Reasons Why a Double Dip Is Coming [View article]
    VERY weak argument. Do you not bother to ask Why?
    So the market is up from 80 years ago, WHY? Ask yourself

    Because the FED destroys the dollar to create the ILLUSION of wealth. Use your brain... the middle class in the 1960s could have 1 earner support 4 kids with a wife at home. Now thats unheard of. Homes are 5x income, wages are not keeping pace with costs, college tuition, health care. The debt keeps rising.

    Sure the market is up... so was Zimbabwes. Its not ECONOMIC recovery, its the continuation of wealth transfer to the elite at the expense of the citizens. Will it continue? Most likely, the market can run as the charade game is not over. My prediction? 30 years when this generation, my generation who has $2500 mortgages, $1500 per mo health care etc etc retires with NOTHING. We leave nothing to the next generation, we don't have 100K per year to put kids through college for no job.

    Your intellect may preclude you from seeing what is happening to real people... and throughout history when the majority of the citizens have had enough a revolution happens. The Roman empire, Soviet Union etc thought they could fleece the public forever.

    No inflation? Costs not rising? Retail sales? GDP? All of your stats are GOVERNMENT created. For someone who is criticizing my intellect I have to criticize your gullibility. Anyone who has intellect can see that the government stats contradict whats really going on.

    Did you believe Ben in 2007 that inflation was our biggest threat & rosy GDP stats meant we were fine?
    Jul 28, 2010. 06:22 PM | 37 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why The Correction Didn't Become A Crash [View article]
    Bullard talked QE, Europe did QE & Japan expanded QE

    There you go man... anything other explanation is a complete farce
    Oct 31, 2014. 07:59 AM | 32 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • What’s Really Behind QE2? [View article]
    Every article PRO QE2 continues to be TERRIBLE and this one is no exception. Just awful on a million points.

    Hey Ellen, will you be supporting QE7 too?
    Nov 20, 2010. 07:48 AM | 32 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why The Correction Didn't Become A Crash [View article]
    Bullards jawboning was MUCH more important than the end of QE. That set the bar for stock bulls to know the Fed will remove all risk of a post QE drop.

    Now its up to the future to decide if you or I am correct regarding economic growth in a post QE world. Lets give it a year of no QE. I'm absolutely willing to eat crow here & say I'm wrong if the US can grow without QE going forward.
    Oct 31, 2014. 09:38 AM | 29 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 3 Ways to Play the Bursting Gold and Silver Bubble [View article]
    No mention of monetary supply anywhere

    If you notice food, oil, copper etc are up too... are they in a bubble?

    There were no fundamentals to support everyones house being 700K, but gold, oil, food are fundamentally supported by printed cash needed a house.

    How can we take your article seriously when you dont mention global monetary supply?
    Jan 19, 2011. 01:04 PM | 29 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 25 Reasons We Will Not Have a Depression [View article]
    For all 25 of those things... you'd have to ask yourself where would these indicators be without extreme Fed intervention.

    Printed money explains all of them my friend...

    The definition of a depression will be different but it will be a depression for the middle class as their wages become a disproportionately small percentage of GDP over time & their buying power diminished...

    Its a depression, but not defined in GDP terms.
    Nov 20, 2009. 11:51 PM | 29 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Gold's Dull Future [View article]
    I wish I could block an author... Morningstar would be #1 for that.
    Way to talk up your book, terrible article. You should be ashamed really and seeking alpha should also review their policy allowing trash to be published.

    "Even though gold's long-run return is almost certainly abysmal"
    Terribly biased subjective statement
    Mar 29, 2013. 09:12 AM | 28 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Intel: $48 Per Share In 4 Years [View article]
    Can you shut up about it & let it decline to $20 again so I can load up? Geez dude :)
    Mar 23, 2013. 01:03 PM | 26 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 6 Reasons Why Monster Stock Rally 2012 Is Right Around The Corner [View article]
    Coke addicts & wall street traders are looking more & more alike every day.

    Both need a bigger hit of something deadly to avoid depression
    Both believe somehow getting more hits will kick them of the habit
    Both will die relying on that which kills them

    ZImbabwe had a monster rally too
    Aug 10, 2012. 01:21 PM | 26 Likes Like |Link to Comment