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From: Travis_Bickle4/25/2012 8:44:20 AM
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Durable goods off 4.2% steeper decline than expected

Nas is going to ramp but doesn't look like the rest of the market will follow

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To: Travis_Bickle who wrote (65447)4/25/2012 8:46:02 AM
From: Smiling Bob
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Ipads are kinda durable

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To: Travis_Bickle who wrote (65447)4/25/2012 8:46:18 AM
From: Secret_Agent_Man
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wanna bet?

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To: Travis_Bickle who wrote (65447)4/25/2012 9:07:14 AM
From: ggersh
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All that means is manufacturing participation will have
to be adjusted for in the second half of the year .
Per Bloomie......just as bad as CNBC

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To: Secret_Agent_Man who wrote (65449)4/25/2012 9:13:02 AM
From: LTK007
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The BS Power Of ONE STOCK! --futures unfazed by durable newsU.S. Futures Steady After Weak Data

By JONATHAN CHENG And TOMI KILGOREU.S. stock futures rose as blowout results from Apple and gains in overseas markets helped lift investor spirits ahead of the Federal Reserve's policy statement.

Less than an hour before Wednesday's opening bell, Dow Jones Industrial Average futures advanced 29 points, or 0.2%, to 12988. Standard & Poor's 500-stock index futures gained eight points, or 0.6%, to 1379 and Nasdaq 100 futures climbed 53 points, or 2%, to 2686.

Those gains were off a touch after a disappointing reading on U.S. durables-goods orders. Prior to that report, Dow futures rose 37 points and S&P 500 futures had climbed nine points. Changes in stock futures don't always accurately predict stock moves after the opening bell.




Investors(Edit:with 60% of volume being buy mode from trading machines--investors?????Max) were focused on shares of Apple, which ran up 10% in premarket trading after the technology bellwether reported fiscal second-quarter earnings, revenue and iPhone sales that blew past expectations. That helped dispel fears of potential slowdown in iPhone sales.(Let them eat their iPhones when all goes kablooey--Max:)




Associated PressTraders on the New York Stock Exchange on Monday.




In economic headlines, data on durable goods orders for March showed a surprise drop of 4.2% from the previous month, far below expectations for a 2% gain. Excluding transportation, orders fell 1.1%, versus expectations for a 0.6% rise.

The Federal Reserve's policy setting committee will release a statement midday, and Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke will hold a press conference at 2 p.m. Investors will be looking for signs of any potential changes in monetary policy.

European markets were broadly higher, with the Stoxx Europe 600 up 0.7%, as strong results from Apple and other European companies helped offset data showing that the U.K. fell into recession during the first quarter.

U.K. gross domestic product fell 0.2% in the first quarter, compared with expectations of a slight rise, after declining 0.3% in the fourth quarter. A recession is widely believed to be defined by two consecutive quarters of economic contraction.

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From: TH4/25/2012 9:22:03 AM
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This all news is good bullshit has reached pure absurdity.

This market is a time bomb. Tick tock. Yada, yada.

GT
TH

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To: LTK007 who wrote (65451)4/25/2012 9:31:49 AM
From: Smiling Bob
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Incredible
Not long ago, durable good news was good for 250-300 loss
Especially since ZIRP has hit nirvana
But I guess we should continue to act the fool, pretend Ben's got the tool, ignore the stool, and dive into the pool

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To: Smiling Bob who wrote (65453)4/25/2012 9:39:29 AM
From: Entitlement
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Time is running out for this Bull. Tick-tock...
By this time next year this Bull (Bologna) Market will have already collasped from within and many more poor souls will feel the pain.

AIMHO

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To: LTK007 who wrote (65451)4/25/2012 9:50:40 AM
From: John Chen
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" The BS Power Of ONE STOCK! --futures unfazed by durable newsU.S. Futures Steady After Weak Data "

There was a person on this thread who can do magic with bullishit that worked something like this.

" turning red in ..... about 30 seconds " ... wala ... 30 seconds later, the stock went RED.

Please perform the necessary deed to rescue the people from insanity ... in 30 seconds ... from now.

Awesome.

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From: TH4/25/2012 10:08:04 AM
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We may be reaching the comedy phase. Lots of laughs, until that bar bill arrives and you realize, "wow, Cristal and cocaine are expensive" <g>

All news be good news dammit! And fear? What is that? Bennie is running da table, the deck is stacked, the dice are loaded, and house credit is unlimited dawg!

I'm itching to get clown short. But, I'll wait.

And gold. Gold is down. We are going to inflate every piece of dogshit on the planet, except gold.

Manipulation? Any questions... .

GT
TH

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