TarheelBlue

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About TarheelBlue

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  1. That's the right move. Nice playoff schedule too.
  2. Your hero failed.America failed, and it's too stupid to realize it.Agree w this too.
  3. Another 4 years of 17% stock Market gains. Who cares about the rest. I'm richer.As long as Bernanke stays in and keeps up with the perma-quantitative easing we'll see real assets appreciate (stocks, real estate) and soft assets (currency) depreciate.In the long run this will do much more to crush the poor than anything else that Obama or Romney have said they will do in the next four years. Luckily for Democrats this is well over the heads of their typical electorate.Right on.
  4. Correct.Second this. Correct. Except id call it stagflation.
  5. Morris is really dumb dude. Why bother w him?
  6. Drudge: whack jobs on message board declare exit polls and 6 months of thorough polling "irrelevant". Bet high-stake dollars at even odds for a 4-1 longshot. Developing.I actually agree with 6 months of polling and think Obama is likely to win. However, exit polls have historically often been WAY wrong. Gotta assume you're a lib by your readiness to dub me a "wacko."
  7. You realize you're not the only one who's worked in finance/trading around here and/or has an econ degree - right? Yeah, I've picked up on that, which is why I occasionally offer my opinion. To contribute.
  8. Exit polls are irrelevant. Seriously.
  9. I took that as a Obama win being expected...Wall Street likes the status quo.Wrong. Wall St likes capital investment, certainty regarding inflation, lower regulatio, lower taxes and generally an economically competent leader. Obama offers/is none of those.Wall Street is smart and knows the odds. If they like all those things, and the market is up, and they're no dummies (aka, they know Obama is likely to win), it blows your theory to eety beety pieces.Nope. Other way around. Take a look at the proportion of wall st donations between the two candidates. Anyhow, it's not my theory, it's cnbcs.WSJ article on the topic: They're just happy it'll be over.There are lots of different reasons it could be happening. But generally, stocks go up based on either I) What I outlined or II) excessive inflation expectations - between 3 trillion already printed and bernanke's willingness to put no limit on qe3, the latter is what has driven the rally under Obama.Thanks for your opinion, but you'll forgive me if I hold the actual floor trader's explanation over yours in this particular case.You're welcome. I've spent 6 years on the street working for one of nyc's major long short equity funds, and for a private equity fund. I also have degrees in finance and econ. But i forgive you none the less.
  10. I took that as a Obama win being expected...Wall Street likes the status quo.Wrong. Wall St likes capital investment, certainty regarding inflation, lower regulatio, lower taxes and generally an economically competent leader. Obama offers/is none of those.Wall Street is smart and knows the odds. If they like all those things, and the market is up, and they're no dummies (aka, they know Obama is likely to win), it blows your theory to eety beety pieces.Nope. Other way around. Take a look at the proportion of wall st donations between the two candidates. Anyhow, it's not my theory, it's cnbcs.hmmmmm....wealthy white guys donating to the Republican? Weird.They donated overwhelmingly to Obama in 2008.
  11. "The" "illuminati"Lol. Indeed
  12. I took that as a Obama win being expected...Wall Street likes the status quo.Wrong. Wall St likes capital investment, certainty regarding inflation, lower regulatio, lower taxes and generally an economically competent leader. Obama offers/is none of those.Wall Street is smart and knows the odds. If they like all those things, and the market is up, and they're no dummies (aka, they know Obama is likely to win), it blows your theory to eety beety pieces.Nope. Other way around. Take a look at the proportion of wall st donations between the two candidates. Anyhow, it's not my theory, it's cnbcs.WSJ article on the topic: They're just happy it'll be over.There are lots of different reasons it could be happening. But generally, stocks go up based on either I) What I outlined or II) excessive inflation expectations - between 3 trillion already printed and bernanke's willingness to put no limit on qe3, the latter is what has driven the rally under Obama.