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Feb 12, 2010 5:47 pm

I have stated my position on here time and time again. ( All of my reasoning included )

 
Question......................................
 
At what point do you turn bearish ?????
Feb 12, 2010 5:56 pm

Most have a bullish bias, therefore don't need a reason to be bullish (which is why people think over time the market always goes up).

Therefore, people that are regularly bullish will never turn bearish. It's a pointless debate.

Feb 12, 2010 6:53 pm

People who have a bullish bias are always bullish long term, but can be bearish, or cautious short or intermediate term.

That is how we become more than the idiots that shoeshine thinks we all are. Although that is far from my goal in life. Its not even in my bucket list.
Feb 12, 2010 7:11 pm

How about this, Shoeshine.  When are you going to start getting bullish? 

Feb 12, 2010 7:21 pm
howboutshoeshine:

I have stated my position on here time and time again. ( All of my reasoning included )



Question......................................



At what point do you turn bearish ?????





trim winners on extended charts

raised some dry powder when sentiment got stretched

(there are posts to prove it)

blow out broken names when we make a mistake (never sell in fear). wait for bounces.

tweak allocations.

not market timers

stocks go up over time

selling hardest and most important part of deal...by far

no ego

bests trades EVER done were losers. BY FAR

market tells you when to get out.

owned mer,goldie,jpm,countrywide,fnm etc......own NONE of them into meltdown. sold em when they brokedown



buy strength, sell weakness.    same with tech in 2000.



they ALWAYS give you a chance to get out.



NO EGO

NO EGO

NO EGO

NO EGO     



stay objective



market doesnt give a fukc what you paid for a name.







   

Feb 12, 2010 9:01 pm

Avoid commodities like the plague - Short term

Avoid Brazil, but get in mid-March
Asia Ex-China/Japan now - China soon (Managed funds over indexes)
 
Buy these tickers and send me my obligatory 10% cut later:  CHI, IGF, EFR, MCHFX, GHAAX
 
Goooo long
 
Feb 12, 2010 9:23 pm
3rdyrp2:

Avoid commodities like the plague - Short term

Avoid Brazil, but get in mid-March

Asia Ex-China/Japan now - China soon (Managed funds over indexes)



Buy these tickers and send me my obligatory 10% cut later: CHI, IGF, EFR, MCHFX, GHAAX



Goooo long





John Calomos one of the top 10 smartest men in our business

Feb 12, 2010 9:41 pm

Not a SINGLE answer. Very typical of this forum.

 
I will be bullish when upside volume exceeds downside, when the market has a reasonable basing period condusive to long-term buying, when economic data truly begins getting better. ( Not the fake *ss spin that we have been getting as of late ) When every single broker I know is NOT bullish
Feb 12, 2010 9:53 pm
howboutshoeshine:

Not a SINGLE answer. Very typical of this forum.

 
I will be bullish when upside volume exceeds downside, when the market has a reasonable basing period condusive to long-term buying, when economic data truly begins getting better. ( Not the fake *ss spin that we have been getting as of late ) When every single broker I know is NOT bullish
 
Then you'll be too late.
Feb 12, 2010 10:20 pm
howboutshoeshine:

Not a SINGLE answer. Very typical of this forum.



I will be bullish when upside volume exceeds downside, when the market has a reasonable basing period condusive to long-term buying, when economic data truly begins getting better. ( Not the fake *ss spin that we have been getting as of late ) When every single broker I know is NOT bullish






i answered you



trim winners on extended charts

raised some dry powder when sentiment got stretched

(there are posts to prove it)

blow out broken names when we make a mistake (never sell in fear). wait for bounces.

tweak allocations.

not market timers

stocks go up over time

selling hardest and most important part of deal...by far

no ego

bests trades EVER done were losers. BY FAR

market tells you when to get out.

owned mer,goldie,jpm,countrywide,fnm etc......own NONE of them into meltdown. sold em when they brokedown



buy strength, sell weakness.    same with tech in 2000.



they ALWAYS give you a chance to get out.



NO EGO

NO EGO

NO EGO

NO EGO     



stay objective



market doesnt give a fukc what you paid for a name.





(I get cautious when people get too happy-seriously. But the market TELLS you when to act)

Feb 12, 2010 10:22 pm

when upside volume exceeds downside?  lol 

Feb 12, 2010 11:20 pm
skbroker:

when upside volume exceeds downside?  lol 

 
Correct, are you thick or stupid? lol
Feb 12, 2010 11:30 pm

Nice comeback asshole. Lol