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And just wait until the reverse split on Shittygroup, will knock off 1/3 of this volume.
with us picking up the tab as usual.
they will find something else ...
Oh, wait, wasn't it a holiday today? Shoot, I missed work!
A holiday for the algos and robots?
They all made their year. Off early this year to the Hamptons!
Qingming Festival: official chinese bank holiday.
Blythe was out today. Had to run down to DC, Daley needed a Lewinsky.
The question is - will silver hit $39 overnight, or will we have to wait until Wednesday?
The real question is when do we awaken to $100+ Silver one morning.
then i will need a parrot on my shoulder to "do the talking."
Thats pro. Im getting an Afghan Reesus Monkey to handle my day to day operations/familial interactions @ 100$
It smells to me like tonight...everything's in a line for a nice pop.
Turd's observation is that the cartel often waits until after Mondays in order to avoid it being obvious. It's called Happy Monday! I would expect a fierce attack tonight or tomorrow. If buyers step in, they will likely trace a new line in the sand higher up.
That's not until next Tuesday so they can crush it before the big options expiration at the end of the week.
Does that Cum with a happy ending?
Already hit it for me. I sold a bit so I could have some work done on my fence (in preparation for goats--coming soon to a tmosley near you), and got $39/oz for generic rounds).
Well, that's quite good really, considering goats supposedly scare trolls away!
They also climb dams - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=blfaSVFTBnM
And steal jobs - http://www.colbertnation.com/the-colbert-report-videos/362220/october-14...
Ever see the movie, Men Who Stare at Goats?
No wonder the parasites have been all over AVL like flies on Timmah: nothing else to pump.
It's so far beyond rediculous ..I don't even have the words for it .What the fuck is going on ? The Benank has really fucked everything up
+1. The pooch is screwed.
Congrats to all of you who have National Semiconductor Corp (NSM). Texas Instruments Inc is buying chipmaker National Semiconductor Corp for roughly $6.5 billion in cash, the companies announced on Monday. Stock is up 72% AH. Very bullish for tomorrow and shows you risk appetite is opening up...
it shows that companies would rather drastically overpay for revenue then for trying to grow organically (because they are unable to).
And pro-forma accounting hides a lot of ills.
Serious Leo??? Is that really your takeaway or did you forget your <sarc on / off> button?
He was being serious sad to say. Which is why I don't read anything he writes about on ZH anymore. He is a cheerleader, instead of telling the facts of truth. Nothing wrong with making money, but don't lie to people....trying to do it. You make yourself as low as the scum in the Treserve and in the White House.
Agreed - we are what we do.
Another example we need an ignore button.
Yes risk appetite always opens up when you're playing with other people's money...yes so bullish *rolls eyes*
In other words, you and Robo are so full of it. This is so similar to the dot com days when bankrupt companies were buying each other out in hopes to preserve their shareholders' (read: VCs) capital.
At least Robo objectively presents technicals. Yes, he seems to present positive set-ups disproportunately, but the market has been disproportunately to the upside. My observations tell me he is a proficient trader.
Well.. it's one thing if he objectively presents technicals. Unfortunately, he tries to make his posts look like he's an oracle but in reality he comes across as an arrogant monday morning QB with pics of hot chix..
You only see him around when the market is up.. otherwise, he's never around when things are down - which is why he gets junked a lot nowadays. A long while ago, he used to actually be fun to read when he wasn't so objective (read: not a bulltard)..
He's whiffed badly on PMs consistently.. There are a lot of people who doubt how good Robo is given his history of being more Monday Morning QB than oracle.. Especially when his explanations on why the market is up doesn't match what is really going on.
For the record, I didn't junk your opinion, but I strongly suggest that Robo is as objective as the Wall Street Journal's reporting on the Fed.
I suspect monday morning quarter back syndrome. Also Robo said in previous posts that he bought the recent precious metals dip, but hasn't said much since. The person who is always making the right trade at the right time is probably bullshitting.
TI way over paid for Burr-Brown in 2000, which ended up being the book-end of the Tech bubble. They are repeating history.
I also think their two fabs in N. Japan will be down longer than a July restart.
"they" have "fabs in japan"? who r "they" again?
Definitely starting to see some "end of bubble" type behavior. That's what excess liquidity will do.
Hope they can close this deal before July.
Perhaps the thought of four more years of "The One" is sinking in? Look at how well the first two years have gone.
Low volume on comments also, both here and the WSJ.
It is a bottom in pessimism. The paranoid anti-stock anti-usa crowd is losing hope. It may be time to short the market now! Buy on pessimism highs and lots of bragging by the zero hedge crowd, sell when comment volume is low and the pessimists are losing hope!
I guess I'm still of the completely unvalidated view that the Fed will never sell it's T's, its MBS's, and won't ever sell it's equity holdings (whether they be held by BlackRock or whoever). I have this funny feeling Fed is printing money from nothing, buying "stuff", and never putting said "stuff" back on the market. Results in less "stuff" for sale, Fed never has to write down assets (they're held to maturity...infinity?), and subsequently just creates more free money with which to buy more "stuff". What could be more inflationary and supportive of asset prices?
I have a strange feeling that the outstanding float of assets (even T's) may be getting lower on a daily POMO basis.
And I really curious about all the continued fake T's getting confiscated to the tune of a trillion plus. If these are what is "caught", means there are likely far more out there likewise hoovering up assets and increasing money supply???
Don't worry, the bankers only accept those funny bonds at a 10-15% discount - so inflation is already priced in.
Being able to print money and buy assets is good business -- even if half of them are bad.
Don't forget gouging customers with service fees. There's more than one way to get blood from a stone!
Only thing I have left in any of the markets is a nice round lot of SPY puts for September. Other than that, cashed out all FOREX, Treasury Direct account, and its all going to add to my silver pile.
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