15 picks for Dow 15,000
For all the underlying weakness, it now looks like the market has some room to run. Here are four sectors that should see sizable gains as it does.
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Hey!! Was that a pig that just flew by??!! Mr. Shortydari is now a long. LOLOLOL Too funny.
What a savvy investor......he missed the 2000 point run up.....and so did all the poor saps who listened to him.
I sincerely wish there was an easy to use tool on MSN that lets us track the likes of Fleckenstein and Mirhaydari
and their predictions, "calls", etc. Right now, if he's "on board"-- NOW I will panic.
Jekyl&Hyde,Why not just tell people to take their life savings and head to Vegas.
"Something has snapped in the market that signals a new uptrend you'll want to ride"
"Something"...No Charts and Graphs to prove out your prediction this time? ...Just "Something"??
Anthony I think you need ot look into the mirror to see the something that has snapped.
OMG. This guy and MSN are insane. How can he still have a job?
Thank you Tony! Thank you, thank you, thank you! You have no idea how much money you've made me over the last two plus years! I've consistently done exactly the opposite of what you've advised and made an absolute killing. You're know buying again, then we obviously have no choice but to start selling tomorrow! You are truly Mr. Negative Indicator :)
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