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The Fed just caught the falling knife...Be careful Monday.





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this downside has little to do with reality. We have the strongest economy in the world, banks are the
healthiest-they have ever been, consumer is flush and relatively unleaveraged, real estate strong
, gold selling off, so generally speaking we are in great shape for a v shape recovery. Just a matter of when.

Panic will get you nowhere.

us flu cases increased by 4 million over the last week
SUPER MONDAY.. We are half way back. Hope they did not scare you out and steal all your retirement funds.

Warren Buffet has been buying.

Don’t take your investment advice from someone you do not know.
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Old 03-03-2020, 09:50 AM
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Don’t take your investment advice from someone you do not know.





Agree.




And, even if you know him/her.............maybe the same advice.


And, And.......If they say they are a trader................RUN!!!!




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SUPER MONDAY.. We are half way back. Hope they did not scare you out and steal all your retirement funds.

Warren Buffet has been buying.

Don’t take your investment advice from someone you do not know.
1. After yesterday's comeback, we're only about 1/3 toward previous highs, NOT 1/2...which is a significant difference.

2. Proof as to "Buffett is buying?" Particularly since Buffett is currently sitting on the largest reserves of cash...in BH's history. If the market has nothing but tailwinds and will continue its already unprecedented bull run, why is the Oracle of Omaha...sitting on so much cash?

3. P/E ratios are extremely high right now. Which is pretty typical and comparable...prior to each historical sell-off/downturn/recession.

4. Only fool's, soon to be poorer ones at that, think the market's/stock's...can only go up.


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Don’t take your investment advice from someone you do not know.

On that...we agree.

Which is why I'm ignoring your guesses.
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WOW, things are so rosy that The FED just slashed rates (the first since 2008) as an emergency response...to the REAL long-term outlook.

Fed cuts rates by 50 basis points amid coronavirus fears


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WOW, things are so rosy that The FED just slashed rates (the first since 2008) as an emergency response...to the REAL long-term outlook.

Fed cuts rates by 50 basis points amid coronavirus fears



Which currently, is having the exact opposite effect...as intended.


A lot of folks are obviously thinking, "Gee, if the FED just lowered rates in an emergency move, maybe things are even worse...than we thought."



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Stocks fell after Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell delivered a press conference discussing the Fed’s emergency move to cut benchmark interest rates by 50 basis points. The Dow declined more than 1%, or 300 points.
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There is a formal name for yesterday's rally - "dead cat bounce". The fact that it did not take place on day 2 and waited this long is not good news in my opinion. It suggest to me the market knew it was way over heated and not just the virus scare. The virus was the push the market has been waiting as an exit excuse.
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There is a formal name for yesterday's rally - "dead cat bounce". The fact that it did not take place on day 2 and waited this long is not good news in my opinion. It suggest to me the market knew it was way over heated and not just the virus scare.

The virus was the push the market has been waiting as an exit excuse.
Exactly the way I see it.
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I just can't get over people being pleased when stocks tumble.
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I just can't get over people being pleased when stocks tumble.
Who EXACTLY are these people you often speak of ??? Please....making an accusation without names is simply name calling.

But PLEASE, name names......this is the same tact, and it is a "tact" used in the past. You owe anyone you make that accusation a specific person or persons that is wishing for that. And frankly that would be easy to do because anyone who does wish that would make headlines.

PLEASE ENLIGHTEN
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I just can't get over people being pleased when stocks tumble.
Who's pleased? And why would they be? Just curious.
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Who's pleased? And why would they be? Just curious.
It, to me, anyway, totally irresponsible to make such serious accusations and then just drop it. VP did it on TV Sunday and had to back track because all the political garbage was coming from one place.
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Who EXACTLY are these people you often speak of ??? Please....making an accusation without names is simply name calling.
Yep.

I don't know of a single person, that is "pleased" that their stocks are going down...and they're losing money.

However, there is some satisfaction in having called something correctly ahead of time (especially when it comes to stocks)...and having taken the appropriate mitigating action.

A HUGE difference...that intelligent folks can discern.

But we both know, the real issue...is something entirely different.

Along the lines of what happens, when you hang your hat on one hook...and that hook breaks.

At this moment the DOW is down about 800 and here's hoping...it rallies by closing time.

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Yep.

I don't know of a single person, that is "pleased" that their stocks are going down...and they're losing money.

However, there is some satisfaction in having called something correctly ahead of time (especially when it comes to stocks)...and having taken the appropriate mitigating action.

A HUGE difference...that intelligent folks can discern.

But we both know, the real issue...is something entirely different.

Along the lines of what happens, when you hang your hat on one hook...and that hook breaks.

At this moment the DOW is down about 800 and here's hoping...it rallies by closing time.

This stuff is getting old. This begins with the family we should trust for truth.....now, they are calling the Corona virus a "hoax".

How anyone buys into this total and complete irresponsible crap is well outside my pay grade. Not, in my life, am I used to our government, not allowing it, but being those actually giving out false information and lying about so very important things.

When does anyone believe this.

People have been completely ruined with these kind of lies from up high over the years, but we are treading on very serious ground here. '
That human beings can buy into all of this makes it even more scary. We are well beyond simply P talk.
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Which currently, is having the exact opposite effect...as intended.


A lot of folks are obviously thinking, "Gee, if the FED just lowered rates in an emergency move, maybe things are even worse...than we thought."



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50 basis points is a huge cut. The 10 year Treasury is below 1 percent yield and the stock market is down sharply. Hard to believe that there still was a tweet demanding more easing.
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