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Discussion in 'General' started by johnnyredstorm, Nov 2, 2014.
I have some silver I been sitting on. Would love to sell it and buy crypto. Keep running baby.
What are you fees? How can I sign up?
Congrats!! You're having a banner Q!
thanks man, best of my life so far.
Allakos holding me down for now
JNUG has been a gold mine this month
No pun intended I’m glad I took advise and bought actual shares instead of options
kicking myself for not doing this when it was at 70
too late now
I’m about to lock in some gains
JNUG mooned, JC
I've had an abundance of free time lately at work, I think im going to dive back in.
Added more shorts at close today.
Seems to have been a rally based on buybacks and short term sentiment swing but nothing of substance. Trade tensions have not gotten any better. Headline risk is very high. Stay cautious.
Been sitting on it for about 2 years now, not making much noise. It is just their, I pay it no mind at this point.
He's a Permabear but his calls are spot on.
Yup, rising unemployment will be the final trigger, still not there yet but we already have had negative revisions to the jobs number for the past 3 months in a row, which is a bad sign.
This is by Morgan Stanley, some interesting charts to look at. I'm getting more and more bearish about this market, I don't think rate cuts and QE will do anything to stop the decline.
Mike Wilson da Goat
Rate cuts and QE worked for 10 years. Their power surely has to be waning. What’s trump gonna do with the trade war? Bail out farmers again?
I’d prefer not to open a new position in favor of adding to current positions, but the insider buying at ABBV is temping to piggy-back on. Could be a quick 25% return in a few months.
waiting for it to hit 63 and in
Monthly chart is interesting. Could be close to bottoming.
10/2 yield spread dropping like a stone, dangerously close to inverting now, seems imminent.
@tkthafm what's that usually mean in laymen's terms? Not familiar with what that usually indicates.
It's a very good warning sign that a recession is coming soon, 10 year/2 year yield curve inversion preceded all previous recessions in the past 40 years, most recently in 2007.
Looks like within the next 18 months for sure but who knows exactly when, conveniently just in time for the Dems to take back the House next Nov and eat all the blame probably. I will say tho, the yield curve is a little different now than before cause before the Fed didn't have a giant balance sheet of long dated US bonds which drove down their yields but def seems bearish at best.
Booming today w/ the tariff delay announcement, imagine the $ being made by the Trump's insiders who have the heads up in advance. Must be nice.
10/2 Yield curve inverted.
Very scary chart to look at when you consider how long it took the people who bought MSFT at the top of the last parabola to break even.