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- 01 Dec '17 at 12:24 am #13725
[color=blue][size=5][b]BITCOIN = WILD WILD WILD RIDE this week :woohoo:
HITS HIGH of $11,363 8)
and SELLS OFF 20% in BEAR MKT territory back to $9,700 :ohmy:
It’s still $9,699 higher than it should be – lol 😉 :)[/b][/size][/color]
01 Dec '17 at 12:29 am #13726
Now here’s a novel way that A3 & the PPT & WALL ST “pit traders” can save a few $$$ on their hats 😉
01 Dec '17 at 12:52 am #13727
ramping into the close (mostly the financials) is a good sign01 Dec '17 at 1:00 am #13728
Sen. John McCain will support tax bill, boosting its chances of passing
McCain was one of the last remaining GOP holdouts on the bill.
His stance boosts the Senate’s chances of approving the legislation by Friday.01 Dec '17 at 1:04 am #13729
At the close
Dow +1.34% to 24,260.90. S&P +0.81% to 2,647.22. Nasdaq +0.73% to 6,873.22.
Treasurys: 30-year -0.25%. 10-yr -0.26%. 5-yr -0.17%.
Commodities: Crude +0.02% to $57.31. Gold -0.62% to $1,274.10.
Currencies: Euro +0.43% vs. dollar. Yen +0.59%. Pound -0.84%.01 Dec '17 at 3:11 am #1373101 Dec '17 at 3:22 am #13732
[size=5]WOW – a few thousand points ago — I was tempted to PARK everything into FIXED Money Market account in 401k to lock in profits permanently … but it is difficult to out-guess market directions either way — so I’ve went the Vanguard John Vogal way of not looking & just letting it ride as I’m about 85% super-aggressive mutual funds at work :).
still as a cautious investor, I may lock in and wait for a downturn … as I do see a # of risks and yet 2017 has been a TRUE recovery year for USA from financial & get back to work perspective (plus deregulations are helpful to growth)
Below explains how the PIT TRADERS on WALL ST will discover those bull stops when selling begins & take those who attempt to time markets to the CLEANERS … I’ve been there a few times myself 😉 🙂
01 Dec '17 at 6:45 pm #13743
[size=5]WOW – not politically correct & some in media noted – “this was only to appeal to his base” … But I loved it as one of his best ever 🙂
U-TUBE: President Donald Trump gives AMAZING Speech after Lighting the National Christmas Tree
speech starts about 4min 30sec into 10 minute video[/size]
01 Dec '17 at 8:46 pm #13744
[size=5][color=red][b]PPPLLLUUNNNGGGGEEEEE … DOW dives 200 points on Flynn’s guilty plea
https://www.cnbc.com/2017/12/01/court-schedules-plea-hearing-for-flynn-at-1030-am-et.html%5B/size%5D01 Dec '17 at 9:21 pm #13745
BUY on the FAKENEWS DIP 🙂01 Dec '17 at 11:22 pm #13746
[color=green][b]If A3 & PPT keep buying – this puppy is going from 300 points down to a GREEN close 😉 🙂
02 Dec '17 at 1:03 am #13747
At the close
Dow -0.18% to 24,229.53. S&P -0.21% to 2,642.08. Nasdaq -0.38% to 6,847.99.
Treasurys: 30-year +0.86%. 10-yr +0.23%. 5-yr +0.06%.
Commodities: Crude +1.57% to $58.30. Gold +0.48% to $1,279.33.
Currencies: Euro -0.09% vs. dollar. Yen -0.38%. Pound +0.41%.02 Dec '17 at 1:09 am #13748
Not much BTFD buyers could do today after the Flynn story
incredible that market closes well off the lows today, un-bull-lie-va-bull02 Dec '17 at 1:27 am #13749
“The lion’s share of national employment growth in November was recorded in Ontario, with 44,000 more people employed, mostly in wholesale and retail trade as well as in manufacturing.”
stores are prepping up for Christmas
+44,000 jobs added in Ontario would be equivalent to say California adding 120,000 jobs in a month
through in some pixie dust because its magical tendering of the data02 Dec '17 at 1:56 am #13750
$2.7B was spent on warehouse construction in October, the most since the census began tracking such data in 1993. The average size of a completed warehouse this year was 188K square feet – more than double the size since 2001. Ceiling heights are up 21% since then.
Thanks to the e-commerce wave, the rise of the robots, and the resulting strong returns for owners of industrial space, developers are sinking record amounts into building newer, larger, and taller properties.
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