Recent comments by sum luk

sm_landlord wrote:

Looks like Congress is going to tax well-off older folks to pay the doctors more

… well, you can't expect doctors to pay themselves - ……. wade a mint.

… I'm sure you were attempting to communicate something….

Rob Dawg wrote:

Six months ago Obama was using Yemen as an example of his successes.

.. a little over 6 years ago, Bush was celebrating Mission Accomplished in Iraq.

… everyone trades in their own time frame and is entitled to their own opinions.

… the man is entitled to his opinion. … at least he documents his positions and cites his sources.

arthur_dent wrote:

the VIX is a concurrent volatility measure

… well, it certainly doesn't suggest we're experiencing a serious correction, at least concurrently

MaryAnn wrote:

….we live in a theater of the crazies.

… and I continually encourage them to secede.

Stocks are overpriced, overleveraged, headed for trouble

Blackhalo wrote:

Where's Seb?

… where is the VIX . ….zzzzzz

bearly wrote:

'bamacare - Bending the cost curve, WAY UP!

… much cheaper to just let em die - no death panel approval required

Sebastian wrote:

And I'm sticking with my not-recession call.

... one quick note on US vs European inflation they are measured differently, one point being the US includes rents and house prices, if they were measured the same the US would be in deflation.

…. stolen from a note on sober look

Mike in Long Island wrote:

U.S. Home Prices Are Surging 13 Times Faster Than Wages

… he hadn't even entered the Academy at that point.

Jackdawracy wrote:

So, will the new company motto be Heinz 58?

…. doncha think it'd be appropriate to change it to Heinz Buffett ?

… I'd be pleased with 10 - 12 % - it would let some steam off

Lets take a coffee break …morning ~ can we finally get a full correction ? …please.

… must xrsize ~ see if you can get the mkt corrected before I get back

arthur_dent wrote:

personally, I think the serious Delinquency rate is far more important to the real economy than durable goods.

Morgan Stanley revises U.S. first quarter GDP forecast to just 0.9% from 1.2%

… probably took that the wrong way ~ it was just supposed to be a nut pillow

ResistanceIsFeudal wrote:

We used to believe in Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny too...

…ponies are not free

Blackhalo wrote:

and one too many Kardashian links.

Blackhalo wrote:

That is one BS chart.

… predictions are hard; especially about the future

lawyerliz wrote:
And in anecdote news, the Supercuts is full.

josap wrote:

The restaurants here have been packed. Waitress at the Mexican food place said it has been very busy since the first of the year.


JP wrote:

Happy Greek Independence Day!

… has the EU announced the Greek's only choice ?

The yoy rise in the housing component of the CPI has decelerated from 2.8 in March 2014 to 2.2% in February.