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Medina
09-02-2011, 09:44 AM
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/financialcrisis/8721151/Market-crash-could-hit-within-weeks-warn-bankers.html

Banksters advice us, and tell us the market is going to crash.

Buy DJIA Quikly???

What do you guys think, why all this Crash bias, even from media???

New2PM
09-02-2011, 12:39 PM
"The problem is a shortage of liquidity that is what is causing the problems with the banks. It feels exactly as it felt in 2008,"


IMO if this is to be taken at face value.. it is what it means. Personally, I don't think that a top level Banker would be that open and honest w/o an alterior motive. I think its just a ploy of some sort, or a setup to help spread the blame when it does crash.

Carpenter
09-02-2011, 12:48 PM
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/financialcrisis/8721151/Market-crash-could-hit-within-weeks-warn-bankers.html

Banksters advice us, and tell us the market is going to crash.

Buy DJIA Quikly???

What do you guys think, why all this Crash bias, even from media???

The market has advanced this year on fumes, fed funding, and fantasy.

What is it about the fundamentals that point toward recovery?

I say the rug gets pulled out from under this pig soon.

Feral child
09-02-2011, 12:51 PM
http://www.mrshake.net/Images/16%20DOUBLE%20DIP%20CONE.jpg

Long Term Investor
09-02-2011, 01:15 PM
Is the ice cream cone supposed to reflect what the DOW graph looks like?
If so, I think I agree.

MaxGravy
09-02-2011, 01:21 PM
http://www.mrshake.net/Images/16%20DOUBLE%20DIP%20CONE.jpg

Double dip!

ifionlyhadsomegold
09-02-2011, 10:04 PM
The market has advanced this year on fumes, fed funding, and fantasy.



ah, try like the last two years of smoke and mirrors.


:mad: .

theplantguy
09-02-2011, 10:16 PM
So, the price of stocks has nothing to do with earnings and other fundamentals?

UpRiver
09-02-2011, 10:35 PM
So, the price of stocks has nothing to do with earnings and other fundamentals?

Supply and demand determine the price. Most educated participants believe in using fundamentals to determine the price that they want to participate at (on both sides). So yes, I agree to an extent...but fear and greed have a greater weight in the equation during turbulent economic conditions.

TheLegendaryJP
09-02-2011, 10:43 PM
Supply and demand determine the price. Most educated participants believe in using fundamentals to determine the price that they want to participate at (on both sides). So yes, I agree to an extent...but fear and greed have a greater weight in the equation during turbulent economic conditions.

Not just to an extent, to a VAST extent, most times and for most of the better or thriving earning companies very often does their bottom line carry as much influence as the perceived value it " should " have. |
Sorry we only earned $2B this year, thought it would be $2.5B...stock drops .25, absolute stupidity.

Oddly enough it seems that the opposite applies to ones that are on a down trend, like banks and financial institutions, the bottom line suddenly is all that counts yet the stock price "holds" to a degree when in reality it should drop like a rock ...


People are generally sheep, sheep want hope, hope means hanging on if a chance of recovery or pulling though is thrown in front of them... people are also greedy and when a $2B profit is $500M shy of what they wanted to see they punish you.