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Investor Survey Explains Why Investors Remain "Side Lined"

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Submitted by Lance Roberts of STA Wealth Management,

 

 

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Tue, 05/13/2014 - 15:00 | 4755969 fonestar
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You sideline yourself when you miss out on Cheap C0inz!

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 15:06 | 4755988 Slave
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Christ, just shut the fuck up. Why can't they ban your ass for trolling and derailing comment threads?

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 15:09 | 4756004 kliguy38
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They're sidelined because THEY FIGURED OUT YOUR FOCHIN' GAME.......you SCUMBAGS!

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 15:15 | 4756019 nope-1004
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Technically, the term "sidelined" means they are active participants in the game but just waiting their turn.  I contend there are no people on the sidelines.  We have either crony capitalists gaming and frontrunning the system, or we have people struggling to get by week to week.

Like someone worried about eating this month gives a shit about Twitter stock or BigC0in.

 

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 15:16 | 4756023 sodbuster
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They should have had a category- Rigged and totally manipulated......

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 15:36 | 4756105 max2205
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Fed manipulated 3 crashes since 2001 and now no one 'invests' anymore

 

Maybe two generations are lost and wall st will miss them at some point

 

Fuck the fed

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 15:19 | 4756031 outamyeffinway
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Robert Kiyosaki predicted this phenomena over a decade ago.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 15:34 | 4756090 nuclearsquid
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And became the next George Soros trading his views.  Oh wait, no he sells books.

 

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 15:30 | 4756073 Oldwood
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I say fuck'em. I have been out since 2010 and have no plan to return. I'm taking my big .5% on my money market and living large. At this point I may well be stupid but I would rather eat dirt than give just one of these fucks a devalued dollar to gamble with. Its not that I worry about them making a lot of money or even that I am not. I feel they are using passive investors funds to basically burn the whole thing down. Kind of like a grass fire in the game hunt, burning it all down just to herd their prey into an environment not unlike shooting fish in a barrel. I know there are lots on this site who see nothing wrong with trying to profit from the "game", but just look around at the destruction you are enabling. Making money for nothing has always been the dream that has caused more destruction than about any other theme.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 15:51 | 4756108 Ham-bone
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Jan '00 -      '07 -          Feb '14

$5.7 T -->  $9 T     --> $17.5 T (National debt = 305% increase )

$9.2 T --> $13.7 T --> $16.1 T (GDP = 75% increase);

6.6% --->    5%    --->   2.4% (net interest rate on debt)

$300B ->  $270B ---> $223B (net interest paid on national debt)

74% --->     59% --->    20%  (% domestically held notes / bonds)

Jan '00 -      '07 -          Feb '14

Who's pushing the bond market to new global low yields???

$1 T  --->  $1.6 T ---> $5.9 T (cumulative "foreign" held US Treasury debt)

25% --->     40% --->    55%  (% of notes / bonds held by "foreigners")

1%  --->      1%  --->     25%  (% Fed held notes / bonds...Fed primarily held Bills until '08)

Domestic holders of US Treasury Notes/Bonds have relatively collapsed, likely something to do with rationally determing not to allocate capital toward extremely low yielding assets when your plan assumes 7 o 8% annual returns...why would "foreigners" not be similarly concerned???  Particularly since US trade deficit fell in half since '08 (fewer dollars to be recycled)???

When this underpins everything...good luck with the con game.

 

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 16:01 | 4756181 Ham-bone
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Looky here...Domestic holdings of US Treasury Notes/ Bonds are almost unchanged since '00...while the bond issuance exploded.

$17.5 T in US Treasury debt

$5 T intra-gov holdings

$12.6 T Public debt

                        FED ($2.3T)  Foreigner ($5.9T)   Domestic ($4T non-Fed)

Bills ($1.65 T)           $0                $600 B           $1 T

TIPS ($1 T)              $95 B            $300 B           $600 B

Notes ($8 T)             $1.4 T           $4.5 T            $2.1 T         

Bonds ($1.45 T)        $750 B          $400 B           $300 B

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 16:26 | 4756324 Stuck on Zero
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These investors are all idiots.  There is no sideline when you hold cash, stocks, bands, or cash instruments.  You are actively putting your money into the Wall Street/DC crapshoot.  Buy rental property, buy and hold PMs, or start a business or you are playing the house's game.

 

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 15:12 | 4756008 The_Ungrateful_Yid
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Every street has a retard, fonefucked is ZH's :\

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 15:34 | 4756095 nuclearsquid
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I prefer MDB to represents us as our retard over fonefucked.

 

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 15:51 | 4756151 MillionDollarBoner_
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Touched by the Hand of Satoshi....

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 15:45 | 4756127 fonestar
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Christ, just shut the fuck up. Why can't they ban your ass for trolling and derailing comment threads?

Nice, suiting avatar "Slave".  I guess you're like one of those thug morons with dollar sign tattoos all over, but no dollars?  Zerobrains missed single digit BTC, missed double digit BTC and are now going to miss triple digit BTC.  Keep losing, losers!

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 15:07 | 4755994 superflex
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You parody yourself promoting that ponzi.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 15:09 | 4756002 NoWayJose
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Another big problem is that the algos and HFTs have made stop loss orders too dangerous. If they see any stop loss orders (or shorts or many other things) they flood the market to pick those off - even if the move only lasts a few seconds. This fits in well with the survey that wants returns without risk of big losses. You simply cannot have any orders in the system or the algos will take your money.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 15:13 | 4756009 El Oregonian
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Once you've been neutered by these thieves, over a over again you are not just "sidelined" you are put on the 'Injured Reserve' with permanent financial retirement coming up quickly...

But the zombies just love it and can't wait to get mauled once again.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 15:17 | 4756021 Theta_Burn
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Everybodys favorite douche-bag (Jim Cramer) is quite bullish...

http://money.msn.com/investing/investing-news.aspx?post=52de39a4-9552-4107-94ed-0bf9a4e28b9c

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 15:21 | 4756037 sodbuster
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Can't bring up his name without this!!!     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3FVBKic5Ek  

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 15:16 | 4756024 madcows
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This article strikes me as a sales pitch for this financial advisors services.  If you just listen to him, he'll tell you where to put your money... for a small monthly fee.  Don't let your emotions get in the way.  I'm emotionless, let me invest it for you.... I'll get you big returns.  Don't worry about risk.  That's an emotion.  I know a great hedge fund that will make you millions.

FU we don't play your game anymore.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 15:38 | 4756112 Oldwood
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No financial advisor will tell you to get out of the markets...unless they have something else to sell you. They are salesmen. Like Goldman they are only interested in advising you to buy what they have for sale. How many advisors took the blame for the losses of 08? A high tide lifts all vessels but to run one aground is the pilot's fault.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 15:25 | 4756054 Spungo
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Bitcoin is such a scam. You need to start selling Avon products.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 15:32 | 4756085 Oldwood
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We know it is a scam for one reason...no one is buying bitcoin for safety or even electronic commerce...they are in it to make a fast buck, speculation. That always ends badly for most involved. Buy for value or don't buy at all.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 15:37 | 4756111 ThisIsBob
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We don't need no stinkin' investors.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 15:52 | 4756161 ebworthen
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Not to mention people like me who lost their job over the last engineered crash who have had to cash out 15 years of saving just to survive.

Fucking Ponzi.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 15:58 | 4756174 Spungo
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I tried to subscribe to Stansberry's newletter, but I couldn't figure out how. There's no "buy now" button or anything like that.

btw the simplest sell signal is a trailing stop. If you're down 20 or 25% from the peak, sell the stock and move on. I'm sure there are thousands of people who own shares of Twitter, and they will ride that bitch all the way to zero. 

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 23:41 | 4757770 Arthur Schopenhauer
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In Africa the natives use a technique to catch monkeys. They hollow out one end of a coconut and they put peanuts in there. The monkey puts his hand in the coconut and when he makes a fist to grab the peanuts, he's trapped. The natives will pull a string attached to the other end of the coconut and capture the monkey.

The shilly sit monkey just refuses to let go of them damn peanuts.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 16:40 | 4756376 moneybots
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"It has often been stated by the media and Wall Street analysts that the current "bull market" cycle is "the most hated in history."

 

Not surprising, considering the still rampant massive financial fraud, which is holding the market up.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 16:43 | 4756380 moneybots
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"It is interesting that most mainstream analysis is confused as to why individuals remain cautious despite the surge in asset prices"

 

They shouldn't be.  People are sick and tired of the still ongoing massive financial fraud.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 06:57 | 4758147 AdvancingTime
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The term "the new normal" has not been used much as of late, but going forward it may be about to return. Many investors and the public at large may be about to realize that central banks can only do so much through printing money and lowering interest rates. Both these actions carry with them some very strong and nasty side effects.

Markets have become very distorted as money has flowed into risky assets in search of higher yields. It could be we are about to see the markets morph into a "realizing market", one that grinds slowly downward. Another possibility is that at some point the wisdom of buying every pullback changes and the market simply drops like a stone. More on what the future might hold in the article below.

http://brucewilds.blogspot.com/2013/06/realistic-expectations-for-econom...

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