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  1. #681
    ^^^ So this is all just a troll job?

    I'm not sure I buy that.

    I think your Trump-hating friend has been whispering in your ear again.
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  3. #682
    Quote Originally Posted by rockgremlin View Post
    ^^^ So this is all just a troll job?

    I'm not sure I buy that.

    I think your Trump-hating friend has been whispering in your ear again.
    ^^^THIS^^^

    Accadacca's disdain for Trump oozes out of every post. The fact that he appears to be actually cheering for the US economy to fail is just sad.



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  4. #683

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iceaxe View Post
    ^^^THIS^^^

    Accadacca's disdain for Trump oozes out of every post. The fact that he appears to be actually cheering for the US economy to fail is just sad.



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    RLOL!!!

    When it comes to politics, I donít have a horse in the race. I do enjoy watching you guys get your panties in a bunch, but I donít remember the last time I posted in a political thread. When I do itís not because of my stance, but to get a reaction and/or hear others opinions. Or because I think itís funny. If you canít appreciate the comedy because you are so entrenched in you own stance, then thatís just sad to me.

    Obviously the economy (in my opinion) seems to be the strongest itís been in many years. Regardless of what the stock market shows or doesnít show, consumer confidence (in my opinion) has been at all time high for the last couple years and Iím not sure how you could discredit Trump, unless you have ulterior motives.


  5. #684
    ^^^No... you have a horse in the race, which is why you only ever post the negative. It's obvious who you're cheering for to anyone paying attention... you're not hard to read, as you wear your heart on your sleeve.

    My only question from your posts is I can't figure out who you want to crash and burn more... BYU or Trump... but it's obvious your cheering against both.

  6. #685

    Stocks

    Ok pops. You are entitled to your opinion. It doesnít matter who is president. If I see something funny, then Iím going to post it.

    As for BYU. I like the team and coaches, but dislike some of the fans. That puts me in a tough predicament.


  7. #686
    Quote Originally Posted by accadacca View Post
    As for BYU. I like the team and coaches, but dislike some of the fans. That puts me in a tough predicament.
    So basically just the opposite from politics, where you like most the fans but hate the coach.... ROFLMAO



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  8. #687
    Stocks hit a new all time high today.

    That is all...

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    S&P did
    Nasdaq matched old high and dow lagging a bit.
    I'm not Spartacus


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  10. #689
    My stock portfolio hit an all time high today.... I'm fat and happy :-)

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  11. #690
    S&P 500, Nasdaq hit new records after October jobs numbers beat expectations

    https://www.marketwatch.com/story/st...ata-2019-11-01
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    correction/pullback/start of bear market, coming soon....

    I've gone into cash on my mutuals.

    My upside first target was 28,187

    close enough for me to not get burned in a drop.
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  13. #692
    DJIA closes above 28,000.... so much for Accadacca's recession.

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  14. #693
    Quote Originally Posted by oldno7 View Post
    correction/pullback/start of bear market, coming soon....

    I've gone into cash on my mutuals.
    [Ahem] Not the best time to get into mutual funds then, eh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockgremlin View Post
    [Ahem] Not the best time to get into mutual funds then, eh?

    Not unless a bear fund
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldno7 View Post
    Not unless a bear fund
    Bonds and precious metals?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockgremlin View Post
    [Ahem] Not the best time to get into mutual funds then, eh?
    If you are just Joe Sixpack (or Rock Gremlin) I believe the best strategy is just to invest on a regular basis and not try to time the highs and lows in the market. For example every January since 1978 I've funded my IRA or Roth IRA with the maximum amount allowed and it's now worth over a million. I never tried to time the markets as I believe it's more important to be consistent on investing over the long haul. Not to mention I don't have the time to sit and watch the market every day. YMMV

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    I've got two IRAs that I regularly feed - one of which I've been feeding every month since 1998.

    I was just curious as to Oldno7's reasoning as to why he believes a bear market is around the corner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockgremlin View Post


    I've got two IRAs that I regularly feed - one of which I've been feeding every month since 1998.

    I was just curious as to Oldno7's reasoning as to why he believes a bear market is around the corner.

    pullback/correction/bear market.

    one leads to the other and one never knows the severity.

    I don't believe a bear market is around the corner(but it could be)

    I strongly believe we are very close to a market top.

    Hence, we are due a pullback

    from there ????

    I'm hoping for about a 2 week drop, we'll see.
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  21. #699
    I'm of the opinion it's just a risk in an election year. To power the next market upswing, we need Trump and a House majority and a few more seats in the Senate. Then we need the political will and intelligence to cut corp taxes again and roll back regs further.

    Versus the downside risk of the communists getting in and enacting whatever. But even with just an admin, they'll go ape on executive regulation.

    The dollar index is high. The market all time highs. Ripe time, imo, to take profits and shift to non-dollar assets and non-stock market when in dollars.

    As the underlying thinking for me, I'm not confident in the future of this country. 1/2 the pop seems hellbent on socializing the economy. I see little long term hope given the education system, which turns out anti-American, anti-freedom robots.

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    There are 2 upcoming key factors that will greatly affect the stock market.

    1) China deal

    2) impeachment

    If the china deal completely falls apart, that could cause a huge drop.


    Undoubtedly Trump will be impeached by a strictly partisan house.(no affect on market)

    Then the senate hearings.(no affect unless removed from office, highly unlikely)

    Really nothing special here, just my timing says get out and wait on a pullback to re enter.
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