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Over the next four months several factors (including but not limited to Europe and the political mudslinging) are going to result in significant stock market losses IMHO. It may not happen, but I think the likelihood is much stronger than an increase. The Dow is at 12,997 right now. :blackdot:

LHUCKS was before his time really.

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Over the next four months several factors (including but not limited to Europe and the political mudslinging) are going to result in significant stock market losses IMHO. It may not happen, but I think the likelihood is much stronger than an increase. The Dow is at 12,997 right now. :blackdot:

LHUCKS was before his time really.

Still up 20% since this insight

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On 9/4/2012 at 1:03 PM, LHUCKS said:
On 9/4/2012 at 0:39 PM, 'honky kong said:

Thanks, Roubini.

I have the fortune of working with Fortune 100 strategists.This isn't a shooting from the hip kind of post.

anytime I'm brandishing a really unpopular opinion in real life, I'll make sure to mention that I'm not "shooting from the hip here" and then make up some fancy source for my hot take.

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8 hours ago, lod001 said:

So bonds are pricing in Armageddon while stocks are pricing in a new Golden Age for the American economy.

:popcorn: 

No joke.  No telling where things are headed.  I certainly never expected this market to keep floating up like this.

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On 9/4/2012 at 10:07 AM, LHUCKS said:

Over the next four months several factors (including but not limited to Europe and the political mudslinging) are going to result in significant stock market losses IMHO. It may not happen, but I think the likelihood is much stronger than an increase.

The Dow is at 12,997 right now. :blackdot:

19k seems likely. You still waiting this out?

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45 minutes ago, The General said:

Is it time yet? All time high, Moron McStupidface about to take over the White House.

Need the experts to weigh in.

 

Hint: never take your money out of the U.S. stock market, even after you die. 

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On 09/04/2012 at 11:07 AM, LHUCKS said:

Over the next four months several factors (including but not limited to Europe and the political mudslinging) are going to result in significant stock market losses IMHO. It may not happen, but I think the likelihood is much stronger than an increase.

The Dow is at 12,997 right now. :blackdot:

This thread will never not be awesome, but I'd like to give a special shoutout today - because the Dow, as of this moment, is now up 50% in the 4.25 years since this thread was started.

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4 minutes ago, The_Man said:

This thread will never not be awesome, but I'd like to give a special shoutout today - because the Dow, as of this moment, is now up 50% in the 4.25 years since this thread was started.

https://forums.footballguys.com/forum/topic/740984-economic-death-spiral-potential-roosting-ahead/

Worse call, IDK how, but he did it. 

http://i.imgur.com/dIexJMr.png Graph here highlights the losses after 10 months of the calls being made.

 

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3 minutes ago, Mr. Pickles said:

"Irrational exuberance"

Fund managers ####ting their pants because they were left standing with their mouth's hanging open as the train left the station without them. Now they have to try and show that they are in winners so they are buying anything they can before the end of the year.

Fund Manager: 'Looks clients, I'm in all the winners'.
Clients: 'Great job. So how did I do this year'  
Fund manager: 'You were in all the winners'.............. 'LOL, whew, fooling these morons is still easy.'

 

I just put one foot out the door. Reduced exposure to small caps. That run was crazy.

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:oldunsure: I've been thinking I should rebalance, being 5% in  bonds, half of which is in my 13yo's college fund (my timing with his account has been crappy) but whenever I check my holdings we're up $5-10k, it's kinda hard to pull the trigger knowing that aside from college we don't need the money for over 20 years.  

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1 hour ago, Walking Boot said:

C'mon guys, if we bump this thread every time the Dow sets a new record high, it'll be every day of the Trump administration. We should probably pace ourselves so we don't get tired of the winning. 

If/When this market corrects sometime in the next four years, Trump's going to get crucified for destroying so much wealth. 

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35 minutes ago, James Daulton said:

If/When this market corrects sometime in the next four years, Trump's going to get crucified for destroying so much wealth. 

Because the Government likely would have slowed/stopped buying bonds to keep interest rates down? That's probably going to happen. Who knows when, but equities will drop when it does. Can't wait to start getting some discounts, equities are expensive right now because of the low rates. I'm 33, I'd be signing a completely different tune if I was close to retirement.

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