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To: DD™ who wrote (76566)10/1/2012 11:30:37 PM
From: Keith Feral
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Interesting indeed! May have to push out the Oct low til next week, which might be enough to keep the rally going through the end of the year.

Most of the primary concerns for the market in the way of low interest rates in the US still seem ridiculous. The thought that OPEC is going to reduce oil prices because the FED raises people's mortgage rates seems absurd. I'm convinced the primary growth driver to offset $100 oil is 3.5% mortgage rates. I don't think that sending mortgage rates back to 6% would do anything but cause another crash in housing prices, and do little to bring down oil prices below $85.

If we had 6% mortgage rates and $100 oil right now, I'd be 100% short this market. The consumer would have zero chance in hell of making their monthly payments. At 3% mortgage rates and $90 oil, I feel comfortable generally being positive on the economy. Most of the damage from $4 gasoline is being offset by lower housing costs by this point.

There are many selfish reasons why I would love to see interest rates reset higher in the US, but I think the dollar will be fine since commodity currencies are still in a bubble like the Australian dollar.

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From: rdkflorida210/2/2012 8:39:33 AM
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Yesterday I decided to play the Fla.Fantasy Five lottery for 10 days. I played the number 11 on all the plays. For some reason that number just stood out. Maybe I will get lucky and hit. 11 did come out last night, but not one of the other numbers I had came in with it. LOL!

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From: da_cheif™10/2/2012 11:39:54 AM
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The latest from Archibald...... "We are terribly sorry and apologetic to be stopped out for
those following the S&P500 recommendations on the very top day!"

we need bears....the more da better.....snort

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To: da_cheif™ who wrote (76574)10/2/2012 12:30:20 PM
From: Runomo™
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yes never enough bearz in a bool market but wat i really want at this stage of the bull market is to prick the "new normal" doom and gloom pessimism bubble and to begin to reflate and repair the down and out investor sentiment, something which despite the huge bull market gains clearly has not happened.so it may sound counter intuitive to a bull but i'm really wishing and rooting for more positivism right here.....

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To: da_cheif™ who wrote (76574)10/2/2012 12:48:36 PM
From: loaf of bread
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Tucson such a beautifull place to watch the planets and stars.

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From: da_cheif™10/2/2012 12:58:57 PM
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Blonde Going To
Toronto


A plane is on its way to Toronto , when a blonde in
Economy Class gets up, moves to the First Class section and sits down. The
Flight Attendant watches her do this and asks to see her ticket. She then
tells
the blonde that she paid for Economy Class and that she will have to sit
in the
back.



The blonde replies, "I'm blonde, I'm beautiful, I'm
going to Toronto
and I'm staying right here."



The Flight Attendant goes into the cockpit and tells the Pilot and the
Co-Pilot
that there is a blonde bimbo sitting in First Class who belongs in Economy
and
won't move back to her seat. The Co-Pilot goes back to the blonde and
tries to
explain that because she only paid for Economy she will have to leave and
return to her seat.



The blonde replies, "I'm blonde, I'm beautiful, I'm
going to Toronto
and I'm staying right here."



The Co-Pilot tells the Pilot that he should probably have the police waiting
when they land to arrest this blonde woman who won't listen to reason. The
pilot says, "You say she is a blonde? I'll handle this; I'm married
to a blonde. I speak Blonde."



He goes back to the blonde and whispers in her ear, and she says, "Oh,
I'm sorry." and gets up and goes back to her seat in Economy. The
Flight Attendant and Co-Pilot are amazed and asked him what he said to
make her
move without any fuss. "I told her, 'First Class isn't going toToronto'."

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To: da_cheif™ who wrote (76574)10/2/2012 1:00:59 PM
From: CrashDavis
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Speaking of more bears, look at the monthly Sept sentiment from State Street. North America sinvestor confidence the lowest it has been in at least two years!

statestreetglobalmarkets.com

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To: CrashDavis who wrote (76578)10/2/2012 1:17:46 PM
From: CrashDavis
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Sorry, Slightly lower sentiment this past Feb, but the point is the same

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To: Runomo™ who wrote (76575)10/2/2012 1:18:27 PM
From: da_cheif™
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>but i'm really wishing and rooting for more positivism right here.....<....what for......all that suggests to me is that you are under the assumption that its buying that causes rising prices......when in fact its only SHARPLY rising prices that causes the buying.....but for the forseeable future.....the bull market will and is still being met with doubt and trepidation.....same thing happen for over a decade after the crash of 87......we is just only 3 years off the last one crash eh.......watch the sky.....snort

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To: da_cheif™ who wrote (76580)10/2/2012 1:44:22 PM
From: Runomo™
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arent you tired of the ongoing drumbeat of negativity? been going on for over a decade and if it goes on much longer we risk losing the can do spirit, besides market multiples will expand with the burst of the new normal bubble.....

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