Recent comments by sum luk

sm_landlord wrote:

What does that say about the recent revision of second-quarter GDP from 2.3% to 3.7%?

.... something, something past performance is not a reliable something something.....

... when will redteam bring out their real contestants - the scary ones have really already done their job.

Rob Dawg wrote:

democrats calling republicans nazis

.... hard to blame the democrats though since the shoe certainly looks like it fits

...have a great weekend everyone ~ lateral

resusitate wrote:

The principle of "Deficits Don't Matter" will be incorporated in current economic text book

... I must say I can't understand why the GOP don't constantly sing Fed praises - they implement "deficits don't matter" through trickle down economics. .... it's a freakin match made in - - -

Comrade Gibbon wrote:

If that were the only problem we were leaving them they would be grateful.

... don't forget the benefit. The Fed is the largest holder of US debt. When those treasuries are finally cancelled and/or the principle is "repaid" by one governmental agency to another, the total outstanding US debt is instantly reduced by 2.5+T

Rajesh wrote:

Year over year increase in PCE price index of 0.3%
but we can't raise interest rates.

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Doh! So, yer sayin I can forget about that raise, right ?

yuan wrote:
Categorizing conventional roll-over of securities as "QE debt montization" is causing your debt-puritan tighty whiteys to show.

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.... yo, eventually the roll overs will stop and the remaining treasuries will mature. The Fed has already said they don't plan to sell any. So, what do you think happens to the repayment of principle ? I say the debt gets cancelled and that constitutes monitization, but even if the fed reserve notes are merely cancelled, the time that will have transpired since issuance still amounts to a monitization.
{ sorry for the pause = bathroom duty }

yuan wrote:

Categorizing conventional roll-over of securities as "QE debt montization" is causing your debt-puritan tighty whiteys to show.

.... yo, eventually the roll overs will stop and the remaining treasuries will mature. The Fed has already said they don't plan to sell any. So, what do you think happens to the repayment of principle ? I say the debt gets cancelled and that constitutes monitization, but even if the fed reserve notes are merely cancelled, the time that will have transpired since issuance still amounts to a monitization.

{ sorry for the pause = bathroom duty }

...something I don't understand is why equities would be so "super" sensitive to liftoff since, at least, it appears the QE debt montizations are not going to be reversed

...yo, I don't get the bill

justaskin wrote:

reluctance to rock the boat unless they actually hear the breakers on the reef

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Twitter

... how much does it cost to operate the ppt ?

justaskin wrote:

the-slow-process-of-countering-the-emerald-ash-borer

... I lost 8 beautiful mature ash trees to that *^%& thing

.... what I heard was, Sept unless data falters.

...apparently, I was not the only one with that take away: Twitter

... I think they just see market volatility for what it is; another piece of economic data to be considered in the mix of all economic data.

.... Twitter

... ergo, lower volatility.

sportsfan wrote:

World is still hooked on cheap money - Aug. 27, 2015

... I listened to Fisher this AM. .... what I heard was, Sept unless data falters.

KarmaPolice wrote:

Why?

... you don't believe TA; so, I won't waste your time.

.... I know a lotta folks want to see a retest of the recent lows [ or moar ]. ... but there are also a lotta folks who want to see a near term liftoff. I think I'm gonna bet the banks win; so, I may lighten up as we cross spx 2k, but not by much.

Sebastian wrote:

More onward and upward.

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Twitter

Sebastian wrote:

More onward and upward.

... duly noted. ... I suspect there are 10 more safe points to be had, but then I'll join you.

Blackhalo wrote:

Fundamentals and the PPT battling it out for the close.

....fundamentally mistaken

...Quinnipiac gathers their polling data from registered GOP voters

Sebastian wrote:

Somebody should do a study on the outcomes of buying on death crosses

... somebody did, although I can't find it at the moment; their conclusion was that the death cross had no statistical backup; it just sounds awesome.

arthur_dent wrote:

trend is the most difficult and in some ways most damaging of concepts for traders.

https://northmantrader.files.wordpress.com/2015/08/spx-m6.png

Yoringe wrote:

The Bag of Dope i received for my Smartphone was smaller than i envisioned...

... yer spose to conclude negotiations BEFORE you light up

... I think a recession is at least 3 years off.

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Twitter

arthur_dent wrote:

The longer term move that started in 2009, still looks in place.

.... not so much. ... this correction broke the trend line and calls the long term rally into question ~ as I see it anyways

Former Idealist wrote:

The US should retaliate against China

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Twitter

... that's very very close to what I do

bearly wrote:

taking modest gains as a strategy

... if you don't take your profits, somebody else will.

Former Idealist wrote:

The US should retaliate against China

.... hush dolt

Seb,

.... I assume you recall that doesn't consider my long term hold no matter what stocks.

Sebastian wrote:

I'm just sitting tight with my SSO position.

... I'm 100% in the mkt: tqqq, upro and spx. I layered in and I'll layer out.

Mike_PNW wrote:

think of the impact of energy costs on farming (for example). Lower oil costs lead to lower production costs..should lead to lower prices at the grocery store.

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Twitter

.. and the spx gap closes

Sebastian wrote:

this economy certainly doesn't need my encouragement.

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Twitter

The Fed doesn't have to raise rates because Hu Knows is already doing so.

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Twitter

Lets take a coffee break ....morning

.... did everyone enjoy the fake bear scare ? Twitter

Blackhalo wrote:

Who the F is Oshkosh?

... never heard of Oshkosh, by gosh ? .... started out making farmer jeans in Wisc.

MaryAnn,

... got 3 boys and, so far, I'm proud of em. ...still, hope they get to skip my current occupation.

... good time to window shop Dooooooooooooooom!!!steads : Twitter