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Oct 24, 2008 8:49 am

Today will be so ugly they will shut down the market for at least an hour to avoid panic selling. 

 
We all have a front row seat to History in the making.  Call ALL your clients today, use the time the market is shut down to speak with people, call prospects at other firms. 
Oct 24, 2008 8:53 am

word.

Oct 24, 2008 8:53 am

the market wont "shut down"  for an hour unless it falls by 1100 points before 2 pm. We have had a front row seat to history since march. Where have you been? 

Oct 24, 2008 9:17 am

And now a word from our sponsor, Chicken Little, Inc: "There is a complete loss of confidence and it was brought on by the
decline in Japan," said Francis Lun, general manager at Fulbright
Securities in Hong Kong. "We are going back to the stone ages."

Now there's the kind of calm, level headed analysis that people are craving.  If this weren't so serious, it would be hilarious.

Ugly and nasty times in the market do not equal the end of the world. 

Oct 24, 2008 9:39 am

Best of luck everyone.  Hold on...

Oct 24, 2008 11:48 am
gvf:

Best of luck everyone.  Hold on...

 
What now?  I'm still holding on.
Oct 24, 2008 11:53 am

So far not bad.  Hopefully there will not be a huge sell off b/4 the close.

Oct 24, 2008 11:54 am
BullBroker:

Today will be so ugly they will shut down the market for at least an hour to avoid panic selling. 

 
We all have a front row seat to History in the making.  Call ALL your clients today, use the time the market is shut down to speak with people, call prospects at other firms. 



Thank you.  It's people like you making statements like that that give my clients and I the opportunity to buy at truly bargain prices.

I will remember you when I'm able to fund my children's college education without any debt.

Oct 24, 2008 12:22 pm

I started calling when the circuit breakers hit this morning.  No harm in being proactive with people.  If things don't hit the wall today, that's great. 

I don't think BullBroker meant it the way you're taking it.

Oct 24, 2008 2:54 pm
HymanRoth:
BullBroker:

Today will be so ugly they will shut down the market for at least an hour to avoid panic selling. 

 
We all have a front row seat to History in the making.  Call ALL your clients today, use the time the market is shut down to speak with people, call prospects at other firms. 



Thank you.  It's people like you making statements like that that give my clients and I the opportunity to buy at truly bargain prices.

I will remember you when I'm able to fund my children's college education without any debt.

 
You are truly an ignorant SOB if you think one guy that manages less than $15 million will affect your childerns college fund because of a post on an internet message board.  I just relayed what the idoits on CNBC were saying this morning at 7:00 a.m.
Oct 24, 2008 3:43 pm

If you consider the value of the dollar we just retested the 7800's from Tuesday last. It held and I THINK WAS THE BIG CAPITULATION. EU & Asia always lag. Monday will be the true tale. Tuesday will start a long grind / consolidation and the VIX will be back below 30 before the first of the year.

 
Mark my word ladies you heard it here first.
Oct 24, 2008 4:14 pm
BullBroker:

Today will be so ugly they will shut down the market for at least an hour to avoid panic selling. 

 
We all have a front row seat to History in the making.  Call ALL your clients today, use the time the market is shut down to speak with people, call prospects at other firms. 



Well it didn't happen.  Maybe the next "wolf" cry will do it. 

Just hoping these banks start using the money they got from us taxpayers to good use.  To banks: "Lend! Lend! Lend!"  To consumers: "Buy! Buy! Buy!"


Oct 24, 2008 4:16 pm
gregoron:


Well it didn't happen.  Maybe the next "wolf" cry will do it. 

Just hoping these banks start using the money they got from us taxpayers to good use.  To banks: "Lend! Lend! Lend!"  To consumers: "Buy! Buy! Buy!"


 
And to the media:  "SHUT UP!!!!!!!!!!"
Oct 24, 2008 4:23 pm

I think anyone who was at their desk for the open realized who he was quoting.  

Oct 24, 2008 4:38 pm
BullBroker:

I just relayed what the idoits on CNBC were saying this morning at 7:00 a.m.


CNBC talking heads - there's a great source of worthless noise for you.

They are entertainers selling advertising.  Watch them if you want to be entertained with financial pornography.  If you want information, turn elsewhere.

Oct 24, 2008 4:45 pm
gvf:

I think anyone who was at their desk for the open realized who he was quoting.  



I don't have a TV in my office.  I have considered it every now and then, but largely it's a distraction.

Oct 24, 2008 4:48 pm
BullBroker:
HymanRoth:
BullBroker:

Today will be so ugly they will shut down the market for at least an hour to avoid panic selling. 

 
We all have a front row seat to History in the making.  Call ALL your clients today, use the time the market is shut down to speak with people, call prospects at other firms. 



Thank you.  It's people like you making statements like that that give my clients and I the opportunity to buy at truly bargain prices.

I will remember you when I'm able to fund my children's college education without any debt.

 
You are truly an ignorant SOB if you think one guy that manages less than $15 million will affect your childerns college fund because of a post on an internet message board.  I just relayed what the idoits on CNBC were saying this morning at 7:00 a.m.



First of all, I didn't know what the idiots on CNBC were saying because I don't waste my time watching it.  I have the financial porn on for about 15 minutes a day, and it isn't CNBC.

Second, if you read my post carefully, I said "It's people LIKE you..."  Go back and read it for yourself.