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#27501 Zero Hedge

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Posted 15 November 2013 - 07:07 AM

Yip Yellen was so dovish she made Ben look like a hawk...markets melting up now...getting crazy and very dangerous. If you made money this year and feel rich, I advise you to bank some profits before you rush out to spend the cash.


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#27502 Sunesis

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Posted 15 November 2013 - 07:04 AM

The bull trend has only just started.

A new era about to start.

 

World Central Bankers seem to think that stock market prices are not in a bubble.

 

FED: Grandma Yellen confirmed this yesterday. She basically said that she wont be held hostage by the stock market. QE will continue.

ECB: Draghi confrimed this by lowering interest rates. (We will do whatever it takes)

BOJ: Japan Abe is busy on his printing machine.

BOJ: Today Japan finace misnister Amari said stock prices resemble the real economy

BOE: Mark Carney will leave interest rates low till 2016 or forever.

 

We just have to much money being printed that our stocks wont be short of funds.

 

All the printing is causing South Africa to raising inflation, we are importing inflation.

I advise all of you to open a dollar trading account. Take advantage of Rand strenght now before it's to late.

 

FoodForThought.png

 

Chart from 1955 till now.

 

We have reached the 1985 era, we are starting another bull trend. All the central bankers comments are sounding dovish.

 

Like Laszlo Birinyi said: This bull market will be one of the longest because it is the only one which had the best starting quarter of any bull market in history.

 

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/birinyi-says-were-heading-to-sp-2000-2013-09-13

 

http://www.cnbc.com/id/101163358

 

 

 

It pays to follow market historians, instead of stupid economists who have been waiting for a crash since 2009.

I have made more money from October than any other time in my life.


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#27503 AJS

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Posted 15 November 2013 - 06:26 AM

Who can argue with this??

 

Can't argue that you have a few tweets and that your alarm is yet to go off! :P


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#27504 Sunesis

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Posted 15 November 2013 - 06:18 AM

Grandma Yellen is a true Dove.

 

 

Closed my long on S&P and Nasdaq trade.

US market hitting record highs across the board.

Its becoming crazy now.

 

Dow wants to Gun for 16 000, maybe tomorrow.

The Nikkei has reached new highs

 

The Rand is gaining strenght. I think money will move back to EM Markets soon.

 

The Chinese market will give ALSI direction when it opens

Today the S&P and Dow will hit 1800 and 16 000

The sky is the limit for Top40

 

Those who lock and loaded their longs yesterdday will reap the rewards today.

 

Life is good

 

Grandma Yellen is here to stay

 

My IG platfrom is full of green (Profits) i dont know which one to close 1st. I'm like a baby in a candy shop

 

It pays to Buy the Dip :P  :P :P  :P  :P  


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#27505 Sunesis

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Posted 15 November 2013 - 06:01 AM

Who can argue with this??

The whole world is green because of Grandma Yellen


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Posted 15 November 2013 - 05:02 AM

Who can argue with this??
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Posted 14 November 2013 - 11:38 PM

S and C, what should be a good entry point for going long and riding it out till next week?
Thanks
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#27508 Plasma

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Posted 14 November 2013 - 10:40 PM

Plasma, what did the S&P open today at and what do you think it will close at? thx


1782 ......hope for 0.55% up
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Posted 14 November 2013 - 10:27 PM

Grandma Yellen is a true Dove.

 

 

Closed my long on S&P and Nasdaq trade.

US market hitting record highs across the board.

Its becoming crazy now.

 

Dow wants to Gun for 16 000, maybe tomorrow.

The Nikkei has reached new highs

 

The Rand is gaining strenght. I think money will move back to EM Markets soon.

 

The Chinese market will give ALSI direction when it opens


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Posted 14 November 2013 - 10:09 PM

I am sitting with shorts open not sure wheather I should close now or not on the ALSI,do you think tomorrow morning will open high or low?


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Posted 14 November 2013 - 10:05 PM

Plasma, what did the S&P open today at and what do you think it will close at? thx


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Posted 14 November 2013 - 09:54 PM

Have taken a last long should there be a strong ending to the S&P ....not very confident though ...
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Posted 14 November 2013 - 08:47 PM

So hoe does one counter it when it happens?
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Posted 14 November 2013 - 08:34 PM

Mark Faber also said about a year ago that FED will never stop QE.
I'm starting to believe it.

But, something will happen and their folly will be revealed.
Same as housing bubble crises.

 

Mark my words... the next financial crisis will be a currency crisis.


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Posted 14 November 2013 - 08:31 PM

I have a long on Euro50 and Nasdaq. They are both going up now.

It's a dollar account. I dont even have to trade USD/ZAR. I'm in a long position by  just having a dollar account.

My money is more. I sent over my money when USD/ZAR was just R 9.30

I have more buying power when i spend it in South Africa

 

 That's good.  Also, if you trade the NYSE you can buy Chinese Yuan (NYSE: CYBWisdom Tree Dreyfus Chinese Yuan ETF.  This gives you exposure to the Chinese Yuan, most likely the next reserve currency.  I see the SA Reserve is also buying up Chinese bonds so good time to start accumulating.  


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#27516 Beorn

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Posted 14 November 2013 - 07:54 PM

Crazy Market is addicted to low rates and QE like a Junkie.

Just when everybody was talking about taper, the ECB decides to cut rates. It's tough to be a central banker.
The FED are stuck.

Trust me, there is no exit strategy… and I’m not just talking about the Fed here – BoJ, BoE, ECB are all in the same boat… there’s so much that you guys aren’t being told…

As Argento said, QE infinity is here.
The 1st bank to raise rates in G7 countries will choke their economy.

Currency wars is what is happening.



Mark Faber also said about a year ago that FED will never stop QE.
I'm starting to believe it.

But, something will happen and their folly will be revealed.
Same as housing bubble crises.
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Posted 14 November 2013 - 07:22 PM

Crazy Market is addicted to low rates and QE like a Junkie.

 

Just when everybody was talking about taper, the ECB decides to cut rates. It's tough to be a central banker.

The FED are stuck.

 

Trust me, there is no exit strategy… and I’m not just talking about the Fed here – BoJ, BoE, ECB are all in the same boat… there’s so much that you guys aren’t being told…

 

As Argento said, QE infinity is here.

The 1st bank to raise rates in G7 countries will choke their economy.

 

Currency wars is what is happening.

 

 


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Posted 14 November 2013 - 07:11 PM

Recovery in prices are not bubbles says Yellen

 

On housing she says that in some areas the market is just recovering from deep falls over the financial crisis.

 

  • Fed needs to watch investment in real estate
  • Savers are hurt by low rate policy but low rates will get the economy back to normal
  • All too many people have left the labour force
  • Full employment ranges from 5-6%

 


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Posted 14 November 2013 - 07:02 PM

I wonder if there is any sane person that believes equities are fairly valued.
She is going to be a bigger joke than Bernanke.
But very good for the fat cats.

Remember i said yesterday that, she will make Bernake look like a hawk.

The market will do as it pleases now. It will correct when it wants to correct, but the upside will be the trend.

 

Those who are saying the market is too high will be the ones who will get rolled over by the bull train.

Peaking market tops is hard because nobody is on pain. Everybody is happy


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Posted 14 November 2013 - 06:51 PM

:P Super Dove Yellen :P

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Stock prices are not in ‘bubble-like’ situation
Lowering interest on excess reserves has been considered in past, remains a possibility
Fed should never be ‘a prisoner of the markets’
Policies have to some extent likely boosted stock market

It does not get better than this for the Bulls

Viva La Bull :P :P :P


I wonder if there is any sane person that believes equities are fairly valued.
She is going to be a bigger joke than Bernanke.
But very good for the fat cats.
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