Market Weekly: July 24-28-2017

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  • #10661

    [color=purple][size=5]and OIL is GUSHING at near $50 ….

    as goeth OIL, so goeth equities & carry trade currencies ;)[/size][/color]

    #10663
    ClemSnide
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    [quote=”CautiousInvestor” post=384][color=purple][size=5]and OIL is GUSHING at near $50 ….

    as goeth OIL, so goeth equities & carry trade currencies ;)[/size][/color]

    Aussie dollar spinning around 80 cents as we speak – Oil doing its best for $50 retest

    #10676
    Assistanc3
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    North Korea fires missile that lands in sea off Japan

    #10677
    ThePitBoss
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    [quote=”Assistanc3″ post=399]North Korea fires missile that lands in sea off Japan[/quote]

    One day do they get one to go the distance? They seem something straight out of a bad movie ..

    #10680
    Helmholtz Watson
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    A thought – conspiracy theories are just that, if they’re proven they become fact . . . then they may be worth mulling over. Intellectual Friday thought 🙂

    #10686
    Assistanc3
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    in 1981 physicists used the particle accelerator at Berkeley to shoot Carbon nuclei at thin foils of Bismuth- the resulting collisions did produced a tiny amount of Gold atoms

    Fact or Fiction?: Lead Can Be Turned into Gold

    #10687
    Assistanc3
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    At the close

    Dow +0.16% to 21,831.85. S&P -0.13% to 2,472.52. Nasdaq -0.12% to 6,374.61.
    Treasurys: 30-year +0.41%. 10-yr +0.14%. 5-yr +0.09%.
    Commodities: Crude +1.35% to $49.70. Gold +0.77% to $1,269.64.
    Currencies: Euro +0.68% vs. dollar. Yen -0.58%. Pound -0.6%.

    #10694

    Actually a smooth landing today … GDP #s were much improved … still we had multiple challenges & events today each of which would take down DOW by 00s of points and markets still landed on it’s feet

    #10695

    [size=5][color=green]Tesla Model 3 debuted yesterday … The 1st 30 are sold & destined for employees 8)

    Being both a car & technology enthusiast — this is indeed revolutionary to mass produce totally electric vehicles in even greater #s … while the base is set at $35,000 for a “plain Jane” version, adding the goodies & special packages revealed a truer cost more like $40,000 (for example any color o/t black is $1,000 extra) .. and one loaded to max is $59,500 (plus an additional unknown cost for AWD) … There are some “green technology” discounts & tax credits to offset pricing some. The Tesla supercharging stations & process is probably something consumers should fully understand as well[/color]

    https://thenextweb.com/cars/2017/07/29/7-things-need-know-tesla-model-3/

    http://www.greencarreports.com/news/1111815_2017-tesla-model-3-prices-features-details-specifications-from-handover-party%5B/size%5D

    #10698
    ThePitBoss
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    Smooth looking – price wise how does it compete with the Nissan Leaf and Chevy Volt? $59k thats the luxury end.

    #10699
    ThePitBoss
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    There is no fear – VIX tells us that – everything is gonna be alright is the mantra.

    #10702

    [size=5][color=green]My idea of perfect electric car is to take best battery technology in world (probably Telsa currently) and blend with best solar panels in the world … The car can charge up in the parking lot and you’ll be completely off the grid … and if you have days of unending rain — then still plug in for an AC charge as needed. Both solar & battery technology must advance to make this practical.

    I’m hopeful one day in the future a solar powered electric car can emerge as a cost-effective & green technology solution 8) … just like when chocolate & peanut butter ran into each other to become a Reese’s chocolate peanut butter cup :)[/color][/size]

    #10705
    TradersCom
    Keymaster

    [quote=”CautiousInvestor” post=425][size=5][color=green]My idea of perfect electric car is to take best battery technology in world (probably Telsa currently) and blend with best solar panels in the world … The car can charge up in the parking lot and you’ll be completely off the grid … and if you have days of unending rain — then still plug in for an AC charge as needed. Both solar & battery technology must advance to make this practical.

    I’m hopeful one day in the future a solar powered electric car can emerge as a cost-effective & green technology solution 8) … just like when chocolate & peanut butter ran into each other to become a Reese’s chocolate peanut butter cup :)[/color][/size][/quote]

    Am thinking that the battery has to be able to do 500 miles per charge and then its the game changer for the automobile

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