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karennma
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msg #145382
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11/29/2018 7:53:55 AM

I think Jerome Powell saved his butt yesterday. (I wanna keep my job, therefore, I will not raise int. rates.)
Thus, the big rally.


four
5,087 posts
msg #145415
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12/2/2018 7:04:39 PM

https://www.hussmanfunds.com/comment/mc181128/

At the September peak, we estimated that a conventional portfolio mix invested 60% in the S&P 500, 30% in Treasury bonds, and 10% in Treasury bills was likely to produce total returns averaging just 0.48% annually over the coming 12-year horizon.

karennma
7,704 posts
msg #145422
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12/3/2018 7:35:04 AM

@ Four,
Thanks for the insightful article.
Quote: "so my sense is that a major price collapse like 2000-2002 and 2007-2009 is the most likely way this bubble will be resolved."

Look at AMZN, AAPL, NVDA, NFLX & FB (charts).
Isn't a 20% drop considered a bear market?
Did the bubble already pop and this is the rebound?
Looking at the pre-market action this morning, I'm just shaking my head.
AMZN is up $75 in pre-market.
This is a sick market.
Honestly, I don't know what's going on ...
Larry Kudlow called this a "correction" just like any other a month ago.
SMH ...
I don't know.
I'm just speechless.




karennma
7,704 posts
msg #145435
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12/3/2018 10:32:03 AM

Geesh!
NVDA went from 290 to 136 in 2.5 months!
THAT is f* up.


karennma
7,704 posts
msg #145446
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12/4/2018 9:04:19 AM

Inverted Yield Curve
https://www.aol.com/article/finance/2018/12/03/the-treasury-yield-curve-just-inverted-sounding-the-alarm-for-recession/23607515/

"“This solidifies not only my flattening bias but I think it will lead many players in the market who [expected the yield curve to steepen] to capitulate on that,” Lyngen said."


karennma
7,704 posts
msg #145544
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12/11/2018 9:14:26 PM

Once GOLD breaks $1300, ye shall know the truth.

shillllihs
5,170 posts
msg #145546
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12/11/2018 9:27:20 PM

Are you a paid contrarian pumper that goes from site to site and what does it pay?
You’ve been doing this for decades and you’ve never been right about a bear market.
At this pont this is a legitimate question.

marine2
897 posts
msg #145548
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12/12/2018 12:43:36 AM

With the huge news about China lowering their trade tariff on American autos cutting it in half you would have thought the stock market would have gone up quite a bit. Instead, the media didn’t say anything about it? Was this news I read fake news or real news?

karennma
7,704 posts
msg #145549
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12/12/2018 8:59:55 AM

Shillihs,
No need to be rude ...
I CLEARLY STATED AT THE BEGINNING OF THE POST:

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karennma
7,141 posts
msg #144886 10/9/2018 6:45:20 AM
Please don't be mad at me. I know I ask this question every Spring and Fall.


S,
I have a legitimate concern.
Markets don't go up year after year. There ARE bear markets.
If you don't like my post, then MOVE ON.
No need to be a prick about it.
Have a nice day.



marine2
897 posts
msg #145551
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12/12/2018 11:55:57 AM

Karennma, myself, I saw nothing wrong with your post. You’re concerned at the severity of this present market downturn and really how bad is it. Some people just don’t like others talking about negative outlook to our markets. But, the market goes up and the market goes down. With many of us with skin in the game your question about it’s severity is a valid question. Carry on, you’re doing fine.

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