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July 2008

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WOW, Big Cpas loss and Oil Drilling Games

July 26, 2008 – Comments (1) | RELATED TICKERS: XOM , BP

I decide to ignore Caps, and take it easy, pulled most of my holdings 2 weeks ago, waiting until at least late August, or latter to go back in, and I lose 4,000 Cpas points, harsh. Any way check this, it is oil drilling game, so now I can do what the lame pathetic government won't let me do.

 

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Bank Havoc: The Banks are losing 2 by 2 billion, Oh No

July 12, 2008 – Comments (4) | RELATED TICKERS: C , JPM , UBS

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WOW, Out on Vacation, and look what happens

July 11, 2008 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: GDP , PCXCQ , HK.DL

Ouch, Looks like volatility is way up, energy, commodities, the market. Oil jumping down 10 up 10 the Dow and S&p500 swing around. Looks like have a downward preasure being fought by somebody, and profit taking. Gold is on the move again. Next week should be strong for gold and commodities. Just look at my chart to see what I mean about strong movement up or down. My momentum has been stalled, but I will still be moving forward, and up.  [more]

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Happy Fourth of July

July 03, 2008 – Comments (3) | RELATED TICKERS: XOM , AAPL , MSFT

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Market Down: Need I say more

July 02, 2008 – Comments (5) | RELATED TICKERS: GDP , PCXCQ , HK.DL

Wow, today was horrible and tomorrow will not be much better, probably sideways, wait until nest week for more action, this week is dead. Good time to get in on some coal companies after the fall. Wow, I lost almost 900 points today. that is harsh. that ties my best day of gaining 900. The markets are finally waking up to the fact that the US economy is over leveraged and either has to expand, not using inflation statistics, or crash. As one can see the massive over leverage of $53 trillion was way to much to support. Housing and credit are all part of debt, which is killing the economy. I know some say debt is healthy, but excessive debt in a minimally productive, expanding economy is not market stable. Thus we will continue to see the drop. by the way, I called the drop all the way back april. I knew something was wrong in May, and now the market withering away.  [more]

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