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Jon Stewart And Jim Cramer Face off!
Tech douchebag @hblodget gets roasted by Matt Lauer and The Soup and The Today Show pick it up. Great reporting!
Henry, sorry Melissa Mayer didn’t purchase Business Insider, instead they went with Tumblr, I guess they had more porn.
Well sorry it isn’t that easy… Trust me I know.
But there is good news! I’m looking for guest bloggers on my site.Well sorry it isn’t that easy… Trust me I know.
But there is good news! I’m looking for guest bloggers on my site.
Why would you want to post your blog posts on my another site? I have a lot of programatic ways of spreading the your words. Well because you are a blogger not a search engine maverick or a social media expert. Your focus is writing, research and making fun of the clowns on CNBC. It’s not figuring out how to connect your blog to Pinterest or Instagram.
Why I don’t I blog? I am a far better coder than a writer.
With your permission, as soon as you write a post on your site, I can replicate that post on my site. With your name and your website. (It’s a simple XML/RSS/PHP script.) This is rather similar to how Seeking Alpha works… But here your hard earned thoughts get more exposure than your blog and the comment section of Business Insider. Plus you get to take advantage other traffic that I am receiving from my other endeavors.
But then again you always be bitcoin speculator!
There is nothing like waking up in the morning and pulling out the good old blackberry, (sorry, I’m old school) and reading via my twitter feed that Jamie Dimon sees little impact from Greece default. After that I turned off the alarm, because there is no longer need to worry and slept for another hour or so! Thank goodness we have bankers to tell us how to think!
Well I won’t go into a tirade, there are plenty of other people I can link to that deserve the credit. Of course, Zero Hedge, had an immediate response. (Weather you like the site or not, thank goodness we have a free press.) Even the “highly analytical” Business Insider produced a simple slide show, two months ago. If Jamie is so unconcerned, maybe we should stop with the whole Bernanke ZIRP (Zero Interest Rate Policy) and he can start marking to market JP Morgan’s balance sheet.
#If your bullish don’t watch this: Charles Biderman Explains The Bullish Market Ponzi, video via Zerohedge.
#Congressional portfolios: Politicians are the best traders. video via 60 minutes.
#CNBC investigates: Most Share Buybacks Don’t Pay Off for Investors. The following is probably true in the long run, just ask Eddie Lambert of Sears. On the contrary, let’s not forget the robots see buybacks in the news feed it can send the stock up 11% in one day, just look at Dick’s Sporting Goods.
Below are the best and worst performing stocks of 2012. Do you see a trend?
It’s true, the correlation has been broken. I was testing a theory, that if there was pornography articles on the CNBC website, then the market would go up! Unfortunatley, based on my mathematical analysis, the correlation was broken today. There was an adult entertainment slide show on the front page of CNBC and the market went down. Time to adjust strategy.
#Apple: Congratulations, Apple Inc. It’s amazing what an American company can do with out bailouts or corrupting the political system. If Apple continues to grow at 20% each quarter, extrapolating into the future, means that the company will hit $1 trillion in cash by Q1 2015.
#Public service announcement: The post office is missing some tax payer equipment, please help.
#liars: The other day someone said I was a liar, that I couldn’t track 600 stocks and only Goldman Sach could do that. So below you can a find 10 of the best and worst stocks of 2012. Don’t worry, I bought all of the best stocks and sold short the worst. (oh, now I’m lying) Click on the link to see where the algorithm started tracking the stock.
Now it is Sunday and it’s time to watch some football. But in the meantime here are some highlights.
#Bullish: “CNBC will pump this market as long as they can, or till the bears are insolvent”
#Bearish: TrimTabs asks the question, ‘who is pumping up stock prices?’ His answer is noteworthy as a large number of indicators suggest institutional investors are more optimistic than at any time since the ‘waterfall’ decline in the summer of 2011. Via Zerohedge
#Bullish or Bearish?: The Federal Reserve meets January 24 & 25.
#Euro crisis is over?: When a famous English model / reality tv personality starts tweeting about the Euro Crisis, this whole crisis might be over played or just getting started?
#Euro crisis explained via chart: Explains how the Euro Process works, in 5 steps.
#Euro crisis explained via hedge fund/academic: The Smiling Faces of Ben Bernanke & Marc Faber.
#Put a fork in it, these stocks are done: Below is a list of stocks that are showing significant over bought signs. If you own them, sell calls, if you are bearish sell calls spreads, if you like to live on the edge sell short, If you don’t care you can check out the 600 stocks I track here.
Oh, boy! CNBC doesn’t even report the news anymore, they are terribly concerned about the Porn industry! Can you figure out which links they want you to click on?
This after yesterday’s indicator was at a high level as well! I don’t have the stats in front of me but generally speaking CNBC ratings go up when the market starts to tank. That’s why they have those “special” reports in the after hours to explain why the market is going down and you should be buying stocks. Or maybe it was this time that Cramer saved the market from the flash crash. When the market goes up, nobody cares, so they have to rely on other tricks…
No setups today. But you can run your stock thru my database to see how I am tracking it, there just 600 or so with a buy signal on 80% of the stocks tracked.
It appears the markets are levitating higher on the fantasy of QE 3. Don’t believe me, then just ask Bill Gross who is eagerly buying MBS. The next FED meeting is Jan 25-26 and options expiration on the 20th. Unless JP Morgan botches earnings or it is discovered that Europe is bankrupt (or the US), I would suspect the robots will make the market go higher, especially if the S&P crosses the 1300 mark. (There is no significance in the 1300 number other than it’s an even number and is greater than 1299.) But everything is subject to change…
Continuing with my 10 “set ups” in 10 seconds series. (This is a little more reasonable than 600 set ups in 60 seconds) Here is the latest fresh off the number cracker.
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