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Jun 1, 2014 10:30AM
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The only thing Obama has had to do with this market is the fact that the Fed keeps pumping money into the market. And, the verdict is still out in regard to the final pout come of this strategy.


The comments from liberals regarding "Tea Party" is a joke. Your man Obama and the rest of the liberals have ruined our country with the BS social issues (Gay marriages, fake woman rights that have been worked on for years prior to idiot coming into office, etc., etc.) This guy has only worked on social and or fake issues vs. real presidential issues that he should be concerned with.


Can't wait for him and hopefully the rest of the dumb liberals to leave office.

Jun 2, 2014 9:02AM
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"And the economy actually contracted in the first quarter -- for the first time in three years -- but economists say an unusually harsh winter could be to blame."

 

Yes....yes...that's gotta be it. The 'weather.'  It just COULDN'T be a permanent and pervasive phase of compressive contraction. Nope, nope.....we'll just print some more toilet paper money (then hand to it our bought and paid for allies so they can use it to buy worthless US Treasuries and make everything APPEAR OK).

Jun 5, 2014 12:14PM
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WE NOW LIVE IN A COUNTRY WHERE GOVERNMENT IS SPENDING MOST OF IT'S TIME TRYING TO MAKE ITSELF LOOK REALLY GOOD!!!!!

WHICH MEANS IT HAS NO TIME LEFT TO BE GOOD FOR IT'S PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Clint Eastwood's One Sentence Editorial --
 
"We Americans are so tired of being thought of as ****es by the rest of the world that we went to the polls this past November and removed all doubt."
 
Jun 2, 2014 12:44PM
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Who introduced the legislation to repeal Glass-Segall?   No Republicans were involved?There are only liberals on the Senate banking committee? 
Jun 5, 2014 5:27AM
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If George soros dropped ALL his stock in wells fargo and you guys reported it, and why its so bad then why would I want to buy these stocks??????????  do you think we are dumb?
Jun 5, 2014 12:35PM
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When the media keeps telling me "All in!!! The water is fine!!!!" I suspect the media outlet is bought and paid for by "big money".

Then I start thinking that they need me in because the Dollar is in trouble as the 'world reserve currency', the economy is in a downward spiraling free-fall, the market is reaching new highs by pumping fake money that is hot off the presses, and that when this house of cards comes tumbling down they need my assets where they can be devalued(stolen).

Of course I could be paranoid. But even so, that doesn't mean that they are not out to get me...

Jun 10, 2014 12:15AM
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Let's be honest. The feds have been printing money and adding to the deficit for a long time. You all act as if this policy just started. This is nothing that one administration is responsible for. You all know that. The situation is one that no matter who is in office they would have to do the same. I laugh when i hear liberals point to conservatives and conservatives blame liberals. The reality is to keep the cycle going the next administration will have to print money at an even faster rate. With coming up with some fiscally responsible policies and decreased government spending we are just hastening our run to economic disaster.

Bipartisanship is killing America not liberal or conservative thinking. One day we will all figure it out and things will get done. Unfortunately it will take some type of disaster before the government officials we pay will decide to come up with solutions that work for America.



Jun 9, 2014 9:18PM
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To the guy that wrote this article, why don't you go spend your money on these hot stocks and come back in a year and tell us how great you did???  Didn't think so.
Jun 8, 2014 4:33PM
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Obama has nothing to do with the market.... it is bigger than him and he is a small potato in a big field but a big liar in a small world...... God knows and most folks will now agree. 
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The trend is Nationwide legalization of Marijuana. I plan on making millions with a $5K investment in ERBB, MJNA, FITX, BAYP, HEMP and UTRM just to name a few.
Jun 10, 2014 12:59PM
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Poll:
How old do you think Beth, the neighbor's daughter, is ?
I've been peeping at her for years.
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economy is great! thats why staples is closing 250 stores..thats why sears and k-mart are going out soon...its why all retailers are reporting sluggish earnings ( blamed on winter ) its why many stores are closing.. its why manufacturing and construction still for nearly a year have been lower then average peaks. man this economy sure is great! i just love all those banks now charging you for NOT making transactions..sounds like a bunch of bull to me.sounds like they want more money
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there they go again..blameing the winter..one thing this article leaves out is the fact that last month, in may. was the worst month in over a year for layoffs at a 45% increase...over 55,000 layoffs...odd why is consumer spending still down? i dont remember any freak snow storms in may.... rofl it snows EVERY YEAR MSN..i guess every year the sluggish getting-worse economy is blamed on old man winter. when consumer spending is still low in the summer they'll blame either gas, or the sun....
Jun 2, 2014 10:03AM
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Do not get too comfortable this morning; yes, we opened up a bit but apparently it may not last...After the last couple of weeks manipulators are fit to be tied.....The Nasdaq and the S&P are already down and they are trying to do the same with the Dow....Be cautious...We know the economy is awful but like we always say, thanks God we are not correlated with it, if that was the case the Dow would be at about 7000 if we were lucky....Hopefully the socialist village idiot doesn't show up with his usual lies like he did on Friday....We would have had a very good day but, oh well at least we ended in the green except for the Nasdaq...More later.
Jun 8, 2014 1:57PM
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My list is vastly superior to any other.  If you don't believe me check out these stocks, the first group being oil and gas. Look at their performance over many years.. I have positions in the first group and second up to the xxxxx and more than triple market performance.


REX  REI  TPL  TK  FTK  LNG  EQT  BXE  SLCA  OILT  PXD  TRGP  OEXFF  SXL ETE  EOG  HP MMP ERX  EXH  WLB  EMES  GPOR  EQM  FANG  HIL  PVA  CPE PTEN  CWEI  CRZO  XEC  MPLX  SMLP  MTDR  GLOG  GASL VTNR  AAV  AXAS  SUSP  PSXP  NOA   PHX  HCLP  NRG  PES  NGLS   CLR  SGY  NFX  CRK  DIG  HAL  CXO  OKE  ERF  BHI


RAD CAR  FNHC  UIHC  GBX  TRN  WLDN  RGEN  ARRS  CBPO  SPCB  AMKR  AXDX    xxxxx  MU  LUV  SNDK   PNDZY  ALK  DAL  GMK  HHC  URI  WLK  AER  SAIA  THRM  PPC  SANM  ESCA  ACT  BBW   LDL  TQNT  MTOR  LYV  ECOL  AVGO  PCRX  NXPI  AAL  IDTI  SOHO  SOXL  TECL  IBA  CKEC  UHAL  MGA  TOWR  PMC  GRFS  GPK  ARCB  WAG  RES  FCH  GFN


Jun 5, 2014 10:22AM
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It is beyond me that we even pay attention to the liberals.  These are the guys that don't study science, math or any subject which requires any kind of discipline or brain power.   The fact that they know better about the weather or the country's finances has always surprised me.  It's like letting a guy who rides bikes pilot an airliner. 
Jun 5, 2014 10:59AM
May 31, 2014 1:12AM
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Most investors should remain diversified going forward through an S&P 500 index fund that pays dividends like ticker SCHD, the Charles Schwab High Dividend fund so you have both protection and easy money as this market rises all summer. Mergers & Acquisitions will pick up in June so I like ticker BX or Blackstone which also pays a dividend. I can't help but wonder how much further along our economy would be if the Tea Party controlled-Congress had helped our President but we all know what needs to be done during election time - vote them out. Thank you Mr. President for using diplomacy to avoid war in Ukraine while Sen. McCaine was screaming for war.  It's a slow road ahead but America will get there. Stay in stocks - avoid bonds - and vote out the Tea Party.
May 31, 2014 11:48AM
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The stock market has perform wonderfully since Obama came into office. yes the Tea Party fools don't realize that when you give big business tax breaks and keep wages down the economy tanks. America has to have a middle class with incomes large enough to make purchases other wise you have an economy like Mexico, a country with low taxes no roads schools or infrastructure and dirt poor populace. I say deport the Tea Party fools to Mexico where they belong!
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