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Jun 28, 2013 9:44PM

Raise rates?? Are you friggin nuts out there, The economy is just now picking up  and they want to raise  rate, gas tax, cig tax. next it will be take a crap tax. Wake up.


Jun 29, 2013 6:55PM

Regarding KOO's post :  Hhmm, idiot or political hack?  Obama's bull market?  Up 170%.   Really?  Gee how about a fact check?  Obama is placed in office jan 20+/- 2008.  The DOW was 12,900.  Now 14,900.  170%?  Really, idiot or hack?

I wager both.


But, ok just for humor.  What policy of Obama gave us this "bull market"?  17 trillion in debt, most of which is Obama's?  Annual deficits of over 1 trillion each year?  Open borders?  Higher economic dampening regulations and taxes?  No, the markets are doing just ok, up 2000 points, bearly keeping with inflation, despite the Obama disaster and disasterous polices, and more is yet to come when the "seeds" this moron has sown bloom with inflation inflationa and bankrupted SS and Medicare.

Jun 29, 2013 4:25PM
Theory: Gold is trying to find a bottom. It could go as low as $700/ounce. We could have DOW rally back to S&P1650 but I think we are going to follow gold down and you could see Dow 12,000 or 13,000 before we rapidly head back up to Dow 18,000 in 2014. When you scan everything, there are almost no stocks worth buying. Everything is at a 52-week high with negative earnings forecast for the next quarter. Only reason we haven't had big sell-off yet is lemmings who got burned in bond funds are piling back into stocks that are overvalued. There is still plenty of cash on the sidelines. Stay 70 percent cash and wait for market bottom then go all-in. The stock market is the only game left because nobody is getting rich on bonds or CD's. if Bill Fleckenstein tells you he owns Gold then dump or short gold at all costs. This guy can't even predict if the sun will rise tomorrow. Avoid gold totally. Wait for market bottom.
Jul 3, 2013 10:33AM
Hey people, In 1979 our dept. was under 1 trillion . So from 1980 till know the dept. has gone up 17 trillion. Know ho's the blame.
Jun 29, 2013 11:15PM
Strangely the TOP 50 only has 49 stocks !!
Jul 3, 2013 10:58AM

Boom -- bust -- boom -- bust  = US Economy

That is how the insiders, AKA rich, steal from and shrink the middle class.  THEY know when to buy and sell, the rest of us are just guessing and those like MSN money and all the econ. pundits are either insiders or wanna bees.  All these stocks are a 10?  what a joke.  This is puffery to drive up prices to the point that THEY can sell and get the 'profit' out of the system.


Until the people elect a completely new congress and pass some laws to control this we will still be at their whim.

Jul 3, 2013 11:51AM

My my my becca.......What a statement from such a little mind......You need to go back to bed and hope to wake a little SMARTER~!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jul 3, 2013 9:20AM
It seems that everyday MSN is posting a story about what great stocks I should be buying and for what reasons. The DOW is pretty much "near" the all time high and there is no reason it should be there except for the government putting $85 BILLION dollars into the economy every month (and by economy I mean Wall Street's hands). Commodity stocks have been beaten down to the ground which means that we as a country aren't manufacturing things with our raw materials. This whole scenario of listening to "money" editors who can't even spellcheck an article are reminiscent of Enron's Kenny "Boy" Lay who was carnival barking to his workers about what an undervalued stock Enron was, while at the same time he was dumping hundreds of millions of dollars worth of the same.
Jul 6, 2013 7:22PM
FactsandLogic.  Think you lost the wager.  Obama was placed in office in Jan, 20 2009 not 2008.  The election was nearly 11 months after the date you stated and Bush 43 still had a year to serve.  You were correct about the Dow at the date you gave, but the Dow at the time Obama was sworn in was about 7100+/-.  Oops.  Just correcting the facts. That's about an 8000 point gain.  I don't agree with Obama on everything that's for sure, but it's a gain I can surely live with. Now who's the idiot or hack?
Jun 29, 2013 4:18PM
Normally the MSN MONEY staff is trying to push you into Gold or trying to get you into something that shorts the market. All of them completely missed the Obama Bull Market which returned 170% in stock  market gains since he took office. Now, when I look at this list of stocks rated mostly a "10" I realize they all have one thing in common - NEGATIVE EARNINGS. Way to go MSN MONEY. You are the most immoral and idiotic group of short-sellers I have ever seen and I wouldn't be surprised if you had a piece of the action in touting worthless stocks you intend on shorting after the lemmings pile into them. What a shame. LOOK at whatever stocks were in the green on Friday and again next week. If those stocks can survive the next sell-off and stay green then buy them. US Airways (LCC), Coca Cola (KO), Blackstone (BX) holding their own. I like Disney under $60. Accumulate heavily in a bottom.
Jul 1, 2013 5:34PM
Everyone is a guru when it come to a gamble , I bought 1000 shares of LVS in 2009 for  2.50 $  I will hold for 2 more years and sale for 100 a pop they should see 130 $  in 2016   .  Asia  is thick with want to be gamblers I bought MPEl for less than 5 bucks  its @ 22 plus and will see fifty . the house will win because people are  people , take the sure thing  or is that to easy
Jul 3, 2013 12:40PM
let us all talk self defeating as wall street raps us again busy minds are happy minds,as the middle class shrink remember what it was like to buy a car a house.but remember in the end the rich cant take there money with them.they will it to another fool .who uses the working people. when amnasty takes over we will all be looked at like the same color buy the rich, poor and broke just like they want us.get ready to work for walmart pay everwhere. but go ahead just keep shopping there hahaha
Jul 3, 2013 8:21AM

fyi stupid people !!!!Obama didn't get  us  in debt. we were all ready in debt from the great bush administration whom has tons of money from there oil companys that they own. get it stupid!!!!Rich get richer and there is no middle class anymore. if he didn't fight for middle class and poor in some way. where do you think we would be now. people don't understand politics at all.




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