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  • Not surprising given the firm's 1575 target for the S&P 500 next year, Goldman's Global Strategy Team upgrades U.S. equities to Overweight for the next 3 months. Global growth is "a hump to get over, then a clear road ahead," is #1 among the Top 10 themes for 2013.  [View news story]
    I agree, but I would say if the Cliff negotiations result in no near term austerity or some even mild stimulus then you need not worry about global growth as the US alone will lead the world into the scenario Goldman envisions. Get long now but leave a bit of dry powder if the market needs to throw a " Cliff fit".
    There are multiple fundamental reasons to be more optimistic now than in any time since 2004 or so.
    Dec 3, 2012. 07:46 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 28 Big Reasons Apple Will Fall: A Rebuttal  [View article]
    Quite good as a sensible reaction to an overwrought set of arguments that were proven dead wrong by Q2earnings.
    Apr 24, 2012. 08:16 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is Apple In Trouble?  [View article]
    Dead wrong. Eat your losses. I'll make it a point to ignore your posts in the future.
    Apr 24, 2012. 08:03 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple's Other PR Problem  [View article]
    Keep up the truth telling.
    Apr 7, 2012. 08:29 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • In what would be a high risk strategy, the SEC is considering appealing Judge Jed Rakoff's rejection last month of a proposed $285M settlement between the agency and Citigroup (C), the WSJ reports. The SEC could of course use the verdict to try to negotiate a tougher settlement with Citigroup, but it hasn't done that so far.   [View news story]
    An example of Regulatory Capture at it's worst. Here the regulator is siding with the regulated to avoid it paying a higher fine as Judge Rakoff wanted and to avoid saying it did something wrong,read fraud here. Amazing how little the SEC cares for investors. Now who was it chartered to protect?
    This government is corrupt through and through. Bought and paid for by the big banks. Through this action it becomes obvious for all to see.
    Dec 16, 2011. 08:11 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Wells Fargo Can Hack Its Writedowns - Can Citi and JPMorgan?  [View article]
    This is a tirade! Not a bit of logic or analysis. Horrible post.
    Dec 8, 2007. 07:38 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment