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Can you feel the market crash coming?

 
Jetpack42
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08/23/2013 02:19 PM
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Can you feel the market crash coming?
Maybe it's me...but it seems odd that for the past week, the 10y has slowly been climbing, .02 - .03 a day...stocks have been falling 75-100+pts a day....housing market missed HUGE today.

Yet the current numbers show gains on stocks, the 10y has dropped a full .11 in a matter of hours.

Something seems off to me.
Crackerman

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08/23/2013 02:23 PM
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Re: Can you feel the market crash coming?
Not yet really.
"Fuck is a good word, it covers a lot of shit."
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08/23/2013 02:24 PM
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Re: Can you feel the market crash coming?
the market is already crashed.. they are just faking the numbers now..
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08/23/2013 02:24 PM
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Re: Can you feel the market crash coming?
mmm..NOOOOP.
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08/23/2013 02:26 PM
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Re: Can you feel the market crash coming?
the unibrow started to twitch
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08/23/2013 02:28 PM
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Re: Can you feel the market crash coming?
It's probably just gas ur feelin :P
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08/23/2013 03:03 PM
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Re: Can you feel the market crash coming?
calculate the rate of deflation in gold over the last year,
roughly 60% of its value.

calculate the percentage of baby boomers to eventually collect SS.
240m/80million = 33%


calculate the workforce that have permanently lost their jobs in the last 5 years.
doubling current unemployment rate 16%


calculate the average rate of inflation over the last 2 years. roughly 7.9%

all the above negative percentages could represent the percentage the market is overvalued.

the average value for these negative indicators is 29% overvalued
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Re: Can you feel the market crash coming?
the average value for these negative indicators is 29% overvalued

one could average the positive indicators and then multiply them by a "drop in import percentage" divided by an "increase in export percentage " to get a future projection ratio, but currently it is pretty flat.

the positive indictor average would then be subtracted from the negative indicator average. the difference would not be great. the market would still remain a significant amount overvalued.

easy money is the only thing keeping everything afloat.
Billy_Sastard

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08/23/2013 03:52 PM
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I thought I felt something, but it just turned out to be gas... Too much taco bell. chuckle
It is, to me, sad how fast people forget the FOUNDATIONS of our fine country! This country was built by an armed population capable of fending for themselves, and will be lost by couches full of potato-sheeple riding their 52" HD-LEDTV's into the orwellian sunset. :(
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BRING ON THE DOOM!!!
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08/23/2013 04:14 PM
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Re: Can you feel the market crash coming?
MARKET SORES NEXT WEEK...FED HAS A BIG PUMP....
[link to www.newyorkfed.org]
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08/23/2013 04:45 PM
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Re: Can you feel the market crash coming?
MARKET SORES NEXT WEEK...FED HAS A BIG PUMP....

bond purchases are expected at 46 billion, that is roughly the equivalent of the import to export deficit for the US.
that is just breaking even and doing so at the tune of borrowing 46 billions from ourselves (printed money).

the 46 billion is a 35 billion dollar drop from previous months where treasury bonds were purchased to the tune of
80 billion dollars per month. only a guess, but the eu will be taking a big hit as a result.
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08/23/2013 05:04 PM

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Re: Can you feel the market crash coming?
Is the King still on Martha's Vineyard? Yes there is a big hangover coming.

Something like the Great Gatsby. Its wonderful and then it suddenly ends with a bang.

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