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And as it is *.day US futures are of course up
and this just in
Indifference? Who cares?
PM's down - wynter benton gotta step it up.
You don’t need a weatherman To know which way the wind blows
So... anybody know why the Fed hasn't released the Discount Window docs yet? (apart from the fact that they're a bunch of lying bastards who consider themselves to be above the law)
The pathology displayed by the criminal syndicate known as Wall Street this day...is breathtaking. It is very clear that we are run by a plutocracy and its army of bankers. What is so painful is watching just how stupid said bankers really are. This morning, while trying to explain the unexplainable, namely why futures are up, there have been some syndicate banker gems:
1. On Japan: I think we are going from a Just in time inventory to a Just in case inventory system. In this case, the criminal syndicate banker develops a catch phrase to turn supply disruptions into a bullish thesis.
2. On economic data: I think if we can get a good jobs number, these world problems [Japan, MENA, radiation] can fade into the background. Never mind that we have been disappointed 14 months in a row on jobs numbers, what is really staggeringly stupid about this comment is that the criminal syndicate Wall Street banker cannot connect Japan, MENA, or radiation in terms of their effects on economic statistics...despite how that is his profession.
Just two simple examples of what happens when the premiere financial news television network turns every single broadcast hour into a infomercial for financial services. Way to go Ministry of Truth [CNBC]. Short COMCAST.
We are ruled by an ignorant class of criminal bankers...and our nation cannot heal from its economic wounds until this is changed. Capital cannot form in banks as corrupt as ours, nor should it.
I never get tired of you reminding us that they ARE criminals. And as for the CNBC kool-aid drinkers, I wish they would switch to the Jim Jones kool-aid recipe.
Work seems scarce right now. This is not the recovery we have been looking for.
LMFAO, look at REITS pre-market...
Looks like I may have a chance to add on the dip. Look for a bounce off of 1,400. If so, might be a good time to add. And so much is better out there, is it not. Don't let the daily swings move you out of your convictions.
expectations for today's market based on odds- down small: http://www.hedgefundlive.com/blog/sp-e-minis-failed-at-r4-implications-for-mondays-market-action
Portugal to sell it's gold instead of adopting "austerity" measures.
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