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Nov 28, 2009 8:07 am

US consumer is BACK.    

Next payroll number will be POSITIVE   (you heard it here first)

{say POSITIVE 80k ish jobs}

overtime in last report pointing this way

keep shortin mel













Nov 28, 2009 8:10 am

People are crazy.  My wife and mom got up at 3:30 to get in line.  She got two 32" flat screens for $245 each. 

Nov 28, 2009 9:45 am

Black Monday is kind of like your business. You get the traffic if you discount your fees enough but your payout sucks. Walmart selling TV's for 300 $ . What do you think their profit is on that. ZERO. the earnings not gonna make it to expectations. CRASH IS COMING



LONDON -(Dow Jones)- European banks have a total of $83.7 billion of loan exposure to the United Arab Emirates, Jaques Callioux, Chief euro-zone Economist at the Royal Bank of Scotland said in a report released Friday.





That's just European banks .

Nov 28, 2009 10:01 am

Oh, I see...the euro doesn't matter. Have you been watching the dollar trade. Scared Money goes to dollar the the mkt crashes. It's called the unwinding of a very overvalued mkt.

Nov 28, 2009 10:59 am
double dip:

Black Monday is kind of like your business. You get the traffic if you discount your fees enough but your payout sucks. Walmart selling TV's for 300 $ . What do you think their profit is on that. ZERO. the earnings not gonna make it to expectations. CRASH IS COMING



LONDON -(Dow Jones)- European banks have a total of $83.7 billion of loan exposure to the United Arab Emirates, Jaques Callioux, Chief euro-zone Economist at the Royal Bank of Scotland said in a report released Friday.





That's just European banks .





dubai     gimmie a break



u mean those hotels with a tennis court in each room in the middle of the gd desert didnt work?



who cares



their little hodgie liar buddies aba daba do will bail their stinky asses out.



the aba daba do soverein wealth fund is 3 quarters of a tril



hate not good...but its hard not to with those people



thats one thing i agree with obama nation on   get off hodgie oil



dubai    funny







the best thing is when CNBC used to have the king scum bag saudi prince dumb as* on for his investment picks.



he bought C in the 90's and thought he was buffet.    



C going to 15 tinies? ...... priceless



what a loser



   

Nov 28, 2009 11:19 am

I just went to Best Buy to return a printer i bought a few weeks ago. 10:45 am the Saturday after Thanksgiving. You could have shot a canon thru the store. I got the first parking spot up front. no waiting in line. DEAD DEAD DEAD. I remember when the consumer had a little money, the lines would be to the back of the store everyday thru dec 24th. It was a ghost town. The party is over. Black Friday sucked. retailers done. MKT crash coming. The mkts been pinning it's hopes on holiday shopping for weeks. Get your resume ready ICE you're gonna need it. 950 s & p

Nov 28, 2009 11:34 am

Why did you return it?  Did it run out of ink?

Nov 28, 2009 11:38 am
KensLoveChild:

Why did you return it? Did it run out of ink?







No, the color pictures of you wife's fat ass weren't as sharp as I had hoped for

Nov 28, 2009 11:42 am

Good one.  Original too.  I see though that you are an admirer of fat asses.  Mine's a little on the hairy side, but I'd have no problem sending you a picture of it for your Friday night circle jerk.

Nov 28, 2009 11:46 am
KensLoveChild:

Why did you return it? Did it run out of ink?









out of ink....funny



could'nt afford payments?

Nov 28, 2009 12:25 pm
double dip:

I just went to Best Buy to return a printer i bought a few weeks ago. 10:45 am the Saturday after Thanksgiving. You could have shot a canon thru the store. I got the first parking spot up front. no waiting in line. DEAD DEAD DEAD.





Liar.

Nov 28, 2009 6:06 pm

Preliminary sales data from Martin's organization, a Chicago research firm that tracks sales at more than 50,000 stores, showed shoppers spent $10.66 billion when they hit the malls on the day after Thanksgiving. That's only 0.5 percent more than last year when Black Friday sales rose a striking 3 percent. ( Yahoo Finance )



WOW. We are BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Less increase than the year of the market CRASH. In the simplest terms possible........ WORSE than last year!
Nov 28, 2009 6:21 pm

The dynamic of holiday shopping has changed significantly over the years. Most people buy their sh1t online now. Black Friday is not the indicator of holiday sales anymore.



E-commerce sales will be up.

Nov 28, 2009 6:43 pm
Magician:

The dynamic of holiday shopping has changed significantly over the years. Most people buy their sh1t online now. Black Friday is not the indicator of holiday sales anymore.

E-commerce sales will be up.

 
So you read the same article. Good for you and good forecast now that the news is out. Also, no it's not. Store shopping will always be the parimeter with which to judge consumer shopping. This debate is ridiculous ayways. With unemployment at the highest levels in 30 years of course spending is down. DUMB mother fckers
Nov 28, 2009 6:53 pm
howboutshoeshine:
Magician:

The dynamic of holiday shopping has changed significantly over the years. Most people buy their sh1t online now. Black Friday is not the indicator of holiday sales anymore.

E-commerce sales will be up.

 
So you read the same article. Good for you and good forecast now that the news is out. Also, no it's not. Store shopping will always be the parimeter with which to judge consumer shopping. This debate is ridiculous ayways. With unemployment at the highest levels in 30 years of course spending is down. DUMB mother fckers

"The stores I went to were packed" rm
Nov 28, 2009 7:26 pm
howboutshoeshine:
Magician:

The dynamic of holiday shopping has changed significantly over the years. Most people buy their sh1t online now. Black Friday is not the indicator of holiday sales anymore. E-commerce sales will be up.



So you read the same article. Good for you and good forecast now that the news is out. Also, no it's not. Store shopping will always be the parimeter with which to judge consumer shopping. This debate is ridiculous ayways. With unemployment at the highest levels in 30 years of course spending is down. DUMB mother fckers





Actually, I have no idea what article you are looking at. The simple fact of the matter is that most people would rather shop from the comfort of their own homes. A growing demographic for online shopping is the older crowd. It is hard on their bodies.



Also, what is a "parimeter"?



Why all of the doom and gloom? If everybody were that pessimistic, no one would ever get anything done.

Nov 28, 2009 8:06 pm
howboutshoeshine:

Preliminary sales data from Martin's organization, a Chicago research firm that tracks sales at more than 50,000 stores, showed shoppers spent $10.66 billion when they hit the malls on the day after Thanksgiving. That's only 0.5 percent more than last year when Black Friday sales rose a striking 3 percent. ( Yahoo Finance )



WOW. We are BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Less increase than the year of the market CRASH. In the simplest terms possible........ WORSE than last year!





great info

thanks for sharing



keep it coming

short more



spx new highs by thurs

Nov 28, 2009 8:41 pm

[quote=howboutshoeshine]

Preliminary sales data from Martin's organization, a Chicago research firm that tracks sales at more than 50,000 stores, showed shoppers spent $10.66 billion when they hit the malls on the day after Thanksgiving. That's only 0.5 percent more than last year when Black Friday sales rose a striking 3 percent. ( Yahoo Finance )





WOW. We are BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Less increase than the year of the market CRASH. In the simplest terms po







your a bit testy



this bull your missing is tough to take?

?



you were all in going into 08, wer'nt you?



finally capitulated and sold?



let me guess...around down 6900? mid feb?



you felt smart for about 3 weeks?



turned bearish and flipped to that candy ass, girly man, depends portfolio?



thats it is'nt it? gold was like 800 when u shorted it?   

USD down at least 30%



you might be up on 20 yr   (maybe not)



heck, id be pissed too.   what a horrible trap.   you missed such a monster move and your actually LOSING money on way up.



that is brutal. down 45% from peak and 10% on bull run?



id be a bit wired too.   what do you do now?   get in?



triple whip saw?



and your a young guy.



i'm sorry dude



you know what.   i think you need a finacial advisor
Nov 28, 2009 9:38 pm
Shania Twain:

[quote=howboutshoeshine]

Preliminary sales data from Martin's organization, a Chicago research firm that tracks sales at more than 50,000 stores, showed shoppers spent $10.66 billion when they hit the malls on the day after Thanksgiving. That's only 0.5 percent more than last year when Black Friday sales rose a striking 3 percent. ( Yahoo Finance )





WOW. We are BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Less increase than the year of the market CRASH. In the simplest terms po



your a bit testy

this bull your missing is tough to take?
?

you were all in going into 08, wer'nt you?

finally capitulated and sold?

let me guess...around down 6900? mid feb?

you felt smart for about 3 weeks?

turned bearish and flipped to that candy ass, girly man, depends portfolio?

thats it is'nt it? gold was like 800 when u shorted it?   
USD down at least 30%

you might be up on 20 yr   (maybe not)

heck, id be pissed too.   what a horrible trap.   you missed such a monster move and your actually LOSING money on way up.

that is brutal. down 45% from peak and 10% on bull run?

id be a bit wired too.   what do you do now?   get in?

triple whip saw?

and your a young guy.

i'm sorry dude

you know what.   i think you need a finacial advisor
 
Short answer NO. I missed nothing. I was in before you and started scaling out at 950. Completely out by 1050. You all ready know what I hold now. I was covered for MOST of the crash not ALL. I guarantee I've made more than you, but I can't prove it here. I will prove I have more knowledge than you when we DIVE back to the lows and break them though. Funny thing is..........you will still try and spin it with lies because you're a traditional advisor ( I can tell by your posts ) and that's what you do. You will cost people most of their life savings, but won't feel any guilt because"making people money is NOT your job" or " I don;'t control the markets" or " no one saw this coming except some witch doctors" or " This manager did better we should put your money there" or countless other excuses I listened to last year.  The only difference will be that you won't get a second chance next time. You received your shot across the bow and ignored it. I pitty your clientele. I won't proof read this because I don't care so find a spelling error. LOSER
Nov 28, 2009 9:42 pm

Oh ya...I am down less than 5% on the US dollar and 20% on GOLD. You don't know this, but that's what commodities work. Remeber oil? I will hold my gold short make 20% and bail. some trades hurt more than others. I shorted oil at 100 thinking it was impossible to go higher. It went to 147, fortunately I covered at 52. I will ALWAYS dominate in performance compared to anyone that knows nothing about the industry they are involved.

You, MLGONE, and countless others on this site. However, I have been PM'd by a few that I probably helped quite a bit. In closing, FCK YOU STUPID.
 
BRIC.......You're a joke! Although 10 years from now this will be correct. Good job. Please don't post anything about the long run. Your average client is 60 ( If you have any, which I DOUBT )