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Market Signalling Epic Crisis Ahead

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February 02, 2011 – Comments (2)

(GME)  Down 3.65%          -   Consumer Cyclical  / Retail

(JCP)   Down 2.65%          -   Consumer Cyclical / Retail / Home Furnishings Play

(SPF)  Down 1.12%          -   Housing Play

(PHM) Down  3.21%         -    ""

(PEP)  Down 1.17%          -  Consumer Staples  / Beverage Play

(GM)   Down  1.29%         -   Automotive Play

(F)      Down  2.29%         -   ""

(MCD)  Down .22%          -   Fast Food Play

(SID)    Down  1.33%       -  Brazillian Mining Steel play

(C)       Down  .22%         -  Banking Play

(BAC)  Down  .66%         -  ""

(A)       Down 2%           -    Life Sciences / Chemical Analysis Play

(CBOU) Down 1.37%       -  Coffee Play

(SBUX)  Down .65%         - ""

(XOM)    Down .27%        -  Oil & Gas Play

(BP)       Down 1.42%     -  ""

(D)         Down .75%       -   Energy Play


And yet the overall market DOW is only down 7 points, S&P down about 3 pts and Nasdaq up about a half point.

The Breath of the market is pointing towards disaster ahead of us 6 months from now.
If you have little to no cash outside of your investments in your investment account....

R * A* * I * S * E                                SOME                 C * A * S * H

Hint Hint Hint.....

P.S.  Or you can buy AGRICULTURAL related stocks as the FOOD CRISIS is why they are doing so well and probably will dominate at least the 1st half of this year....  What we have on our hands is going to be a MASSIVE Recessionary Environment triggered by rising costs of FOOD and short supply of FOOD....  FOOD CRISIS  begins....

Grain Prices sky high like a rocket ship due to EGYPT unrest.... read all a-bout it.....!!!!   World Wide FOOD Crisis!!!!   Read all a-about it!!!!

or.... Just watch the ticker tape

2 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On February 02, 2011 at 12:49 PM, Varchild2008 (84.67) wrote:

In case you have little knowledge of Agriculture business...

Food Shortages are dramatically accelerated off of lengthy and super cold Winters / Springs.....

If Farmers have to wait longer to plant their crops this year then that just further confounds the whole problem.

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#2) On February 02, 2011 at 3:05 PM, davejh23 (< 20) wrote:

This has been fairly common recently.  I've commented before that my watchlist of large cap dividend stocks has been red across the board even on +1% days for the S&P 500...and these are all S&P 500 stocks.  Many of these large caps peaked 3-4 months ago as the major indexes have continued to climb. 

Who was it around here that used to say "As goes Whirlpool,...".  Well, Whirlpool met expectations but their report appears to be a complete disaster...CEO acknowledges that future profitability is dependant on further cost cutting (more layoffs/outsourcing) and a sharp drop in materials costs (a complete unknown).  The stock is only down 2% now after being down 6% this morning.  I wouldn't touch the stock right now...or most others for that matter.

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