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mart.j     posted : 07/04/10   10:12 pm


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i told u that it s time to take profit




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mart.j     posted : 08/04/10   10:29 pm


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step by step we re going dowwnnnn XD




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mart.j     posted : 10/04/10   11:12 am


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Benjamin Graham wrote that investment is most intelligent when it is most businesslike, a statement which Warren Buffett regarded as the most important words about investment ever written.[citation needed] Graham said that the stock investor is neither right nor wrong because others agreed or disagreed with him; he is right because his facts and analysis are right.[citation needed] The Intelligent Investor p. 524 (Revised Ed 2006)

in fact I m right and the market is wrong lol XD




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mart.j     posted : 12/04/10   09:23 pm


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stupid market why oh why
why 11 000 !

fuc... range




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mart.j     posted : 12/04/10   09:26 pm


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i need a closing under 11 000 comon




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mart.j     posted : 12/04/10   10:49 pm


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nearly




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mart.j     posted : 12/04/10   11:10 pm


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bull trap or bear trap !





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mart.j     posted : 13/04/10   10:38 pm


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not bull trap not bear trap

only stupid range

nothing change , when it wants to take benefits




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Mart are u still bear lol XD

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mart.j     posted : 14/04/10   10:22 pm


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really not understand wall street , trend is my friend now




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Christina     posted : 16/04/10   05:45 am


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time to sleep for me but the market is still overbought especially on the SP 500.

No one knows for sure whether this rally is the beginning of a new multi-year bull market

issue is may be the vix , shows any volatility

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Christina     posted : 16/04/10   06:14 am


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Asian Stocks Drop on U.S. Data, China; Yen Gains Against Euro
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By Clyde Russell and Kana Nishizawa

April 16 (Bloomberg) -- Asian stocks dropped from a 20- month high after a surprise increase in U.S. jobless claims and as China cooled its real-estate market. The yen strengthened as prospects Greece will struggle to control the euro region’s widest budget deficit spurred demand for safer assets.

The MSCI Asia Pacific Index slid 0.8 percent to 128.14 at 12:16 p.m. in Tokyo. The index closed yesterday at the highest level since Aug. 6, 2008. Standard & Poor’s 500 stock index futures declined 0.5 percent. The yen traded at 125.58 per euro, the strongest since April 9, from 126.27 yesterday in New York.

Uncertainty over the pace of the global economic recovery was stoked by a gain in the number of Americans filing claims for jobless benefits in the week ended April 10 and China’s decision to boost down-payment ratios for some home purchases. Janet Yellen, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, said yesterday she’s increasingly certain the U.S. economy is “on the right track,” although it’s “important not to lose sight of just how fragile this recovery is.”

“Investors believe that the growth outlook is continuing to improve, and they’re trying to buy opportunities,” said Angus Gluskie, who oversees $300 million at White Funds Management Pty. In Sydney. “But overall at the moment, people are a bit cautious about having too much risk on the table.”

Japan’s Nikkei 225 Stock Average and Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index both sank 1.4 percent. South Korea’s Kospi index lost 1 percent. The drop in S&P 500 futures indicates that the benchmark’s six-day streak of advances may falter today. The index rose 0.1 percent yesterday.

Sony, Honda Slip

Japanese exporters slid as the yen strengthened. Sony Corp., which gets 23 percent of sales in the U.S., lost 1.5 percent to 3,360 yen. Honda Motor Co., which gets 44 percent of its sales in North America, dropped 1.1 percent to 3,230 yen.

China-related equities fell after the country’s cabinet yesterday increased down payment ratios for some home purchases, saying “more forceful” steps are needed to cool speculation. China’s economic growth in the first quarter hit 11.9 percent, the fastest pace in almost three years.

Komatsu Ltd., a maker of construction machinery that counts China as its fastest-growing market, lost 1.1 percent to 1,922 yen. Sharp Corp., a Japanese company seeking to expand its share in China’s mobile-phone market, fell 1.1 percent to 1,236 yen.

“Concern about China’s tightening may weigh on the Asian stock markets,” said Kazuhiro Takahashi, a general manager at Daiwa Securities Capital Markets Co. in Tokyo.

Resource Stocks Drop

BHP Billiton Ltd., the world’s biggest mining company, retreated 0.9 percent to A$43.49 in Sydney, as copper and oil futures in New York fell for a second day. Rio Tinto Group, the third biggest mining company, slipped 0.6 percent to A$79.61.

Woodside Petroleum Ltd., Australia’s second-biggest oil and gas producer, declined 1.4 percent to A$46.83. Santos Ltd., the third largest, dropped 1.7 percent to A$14.42. In Wellington, New Zealand Oil & Gas Ltd. sank 3.1 percent to NZ$1.56.

China’s stock-index futures rose on their first day of trading. The four main contracts on the CSI 300 Index, tracking the 300 biggest stocks on the Shanghai and Shenzhen bourse, advanced from their base value of 3,399. The May contract climbed to 3,450, the June contract increased to 3,470, the September contract gained to 3,600 and the December contract rose to 3,618.

The futures will allow investors to hedge risks from potential asset bubbles and make equities cheaper in the long- term, according to Macquarie Group Ltd., Australia’s largest investment bank. The Shanghai Composite Index slumped the most among major global markets this year following an 80 percent rally in 2009.

Taming Bubbles

“It will help tame asset bubbles over time,” Michael Kurtz, head of China research at Macquarie Group, said in an interview in Shanghai. “It will bring down the long-term PE average and hedge downside risks.”

While the yen and the dollar gained against the euro, the pound fell amid concern elections this summer will weaken the government’s ability to tackle the U.K.’s budget deficit. The greenback gained to $1.3551 per euro from $1.3573. The pound declined against 14 of it 16 major counterparts, losing 0.8 percent to 142.99 yen.

“Risk appetite is being tempered by a flaring up of concerns over European sovereign risk,” said Mike Jones, a currency strategist at Bank of New Zealand Ltd. in Wellington. “This may limit near-term gains in the euro, and underpin demand for ‘safe haven’ currencies.”

Greek Meeting

Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou yesterday asked for a meeting with the European Union, the International Monetary Fund and the European Central Bank. Talks will begin in Athens on April 19. The yield on Greece’s benchmark 10-year government bond surged to as high as 7.381 percent yesterday, higher than the level before the rescue package was announced on April 11.

The premium investors demand to buy Greek debt over comparable German bonds has more than doubled since Dec. 1 on concern that Greece would struggle to trim the deficit and fund its rising debt.

Liberal Democrat Nick Clegg won three instant polls in a televised debate with U.K. Prime Minister Gordon Brown and Conservative David Cameron. The results mean the debate isn’t likely to give either Labour or the Conservatives enough additional support to win a parliamentary majority in the May 6 vote, political analysts said.

South Korea’s won weakened 0.6 percent to 1,114.25 per dollar, retreating from its strongest level since September 2008 after the government reported the smallest increase in department store sales in eight months. Malaysia’s ringgit dropped 0.5 percent to 3.2091 as Greek debt and China tightening concerns damped appetite for emerging-market assets.

Oil fell for a second day, dropping 0.8 percent to $84.83 a barrel in New York after U.S. jobless claims unexpectedly jumped to a two-month high and industrial production improved less than anticipated, signaling demand in the largest energy consumer may be slow to recover.

To contact the reporters on this story: Clyde Russell in Singapore at crussell7@bloomberg.net; Kana Nishizawa in Tokyo at knishizawa5@bloomberg.net.
Last Updated: April 15, 2010 23:17 EDT

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