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Let's watch the Dow...

 
2XSecretAgent
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Let's watch the Dow...
I know many people are concerned about the stock market and will be watching the numbers.
Thought I would start a thread for all those who are interested in keeping up with what happens today.
Let's agree to respect each others views, no matter how wrong yours may be.
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Re: Let's watch the Dow...
currently..the DJIA is unchanged on very very low volume.
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Re: Let's watch the Dow...
OK. I'm in.
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01/18/2008 08:55 AM
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Re: Let's watch the Dow...
I hope it crashes down 500 points so I can bottom feed.. but it will probably bounce.
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Re: Let's watch the Dow...
currently..the DJIA is unchanged on very very low volume.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 184760

Where did it open?
I'm trying to find a good site to watch - any links?
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Re: Let's watch the Dow...
currently..the DJIA is unchanged on very very low volume.

Where did it open?
I'm trying to find a good site to watch - any links?
 Quoting: 2XSecretAgent

i was joking..it opens in 36 minutes
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01/18/2008 08:59 AM
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Re: Let's watch the Dow...
currently..the DJIA is unchanged on very very low volume.

Where did it open?
I'm trying to find a good site to watch - any links?

i was joking..it opens in 36 minutes
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 184760

Shows you how much I know!

Here's what I have for opening then.

Dow 12,159.21
Nasdaq 2,346.90
S&P 1,333.25
10-Yr Note 104.84
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Re: Let's watch the Dow...
currently..the DJIA is unchanged on very very low volume.

Where did it open?
I'm trying to find a good site to watch - any links?
 Quoting: 2XSecretAgent

I watch Google finance, it updates instantly and the chart is scaleable plus it has the news in a seperate section

[link to finance.google.com]
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01/18/2008 09:01 AM
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Re: Let's watch the Dow...
currently..the DJIA is unchanged on very very low volume.

Where did it open?
I'm trying to find a good site to watch - any links?

I watch Google finance, it updates instantly and the chart is scaleable plus it has the news in a seperate section

[link to finance.google.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 357066

Thanks!
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01/18/2008 09:03 AM
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Re: Let's watch the Dow...
i ll get some pop corns - it might POP 500 corn kernels tonight
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01/18/2008 09:17 AM
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Re: Let's watch the Dow...
currently..the DJIA is unchanged on very very low volume.

Where did it open?
I'm trying to find a good site to watch - any links?

I watch Google finance, it updates instantly and the chart is scaleable plus it has the news in a seperate section

[link to finance.google.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 357066

Looks like it already lost 300 points since I opened it...
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01/18/2008 09:26 AM
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Re: Let's watch the Dow...
currently..the DJIA is unchanged on very very low volume.

Where did it open?
I'm trying to find a good site to watch - any links?

I watch Google finance, it updates instantly and the chart is scaleable plus it has the news in a seperate section

[link to finance.google.com]

Looks like it already lost 300 points since I opened it...
 Quoting: The OP 357504

I suck.
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01/18/2008 09:27 AM

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Re: Let's watch the Dow...
President will describe a plan to goose economic growth after meeting with Congressional leaders. [link to money.cnn.com]
Holy, holy,holy, Lord God Almighty, which was, and is, and is to come.Praise the one who gives you peace beyond all understanding Yes that scripture still sounds good !
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Re: Let's watch the Dow...
currently..the DJIA is unchanged on very very low volume.

Where did it open?
I'm trying to find a good site to watch - any links?

I watch Google finance, it updates instantly and the chart is scaleable plus it has the news in a seperate section

[link to finance.google.com]

Looks like it already lost 300 points since I opened it...
 Quoting: The OP 357504


Holdd your horses, LOL Dow wont open for another 5 min
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01/18/2008 09:28 AM
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Re: Let's watch the Dow...
GLP´s effect : if you posted you fuc... !!
Doom is coming without announcement !!
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01/18/2008 09:31 AM
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Re: Let's watch the Dow...
PPT is At it already +107
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01/18/2008 09:36 AM
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Re: Let's watch the Dow...
dow is flying!
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01/18/2008 09:38 AM

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dow is flying!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 357464

Dow +118.76 +0.98% 12,277.97
Holy, holy,holy, Lord God Almighty, which was, and is, and is to come.Praise the one who gives you peace beyond all understanding Yes that scripture still sounds good !
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01/18/2008 09:39 AM
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President will describe a plan to goose economic growth after meeting with Congressional leaders. [link to money.cnn.com]
 Quoting: wing-ed



Highly significant contribution,wing-ed.

If i recall correctly,most times when W speaks the market
takes a dive.Then there's always the International 'scene'.

Friday night's when all the bad news hits the tube from the
beltway.


I like watching it go Up & down.
"It isn't about what you & I think, it's about what is."
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01/18/2008 09:39 AM
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Re: Let's watch the Dow...
I heard on Headline News this morning that the "Stimulus Plan" is just an advance on next year's tax refund. In other words, IT'S A TRAP. The only sane thing to do with that money is to bank it in whatever you feel is the most responsible way possible so that when they raise taxes next year, you have something to pay the extra burden with (having gotten your refund ahead of time).

I suppose passing out shackles would have been to obvious, huh?
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01/18/2008 09:41 AM
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01/18/2008 09:42 AM
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Re: Let's watch the Dow...
dow is flying!

Dow +118.76 +0.98% 12,277.97
 Quoting: wing-ed

With the 300+ drop yesterday, I don't consider this flying! If it makes up the loss and then goes another 118 - then I'd agree with you.
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01/18/2008 09:43 AM

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Re: Let's watch the Dow...
Today will be the dead cat bounce. It is too psychologically damaging to have the numbers down again. Especially with the US market closed on Mon. It will be up today from yesterday's low, but not enough.
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01/18/2008 09:43 AM
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Re: Let's watch the Dow...
I know many people are concerned about the stock market and will be watching the numbers.
Thought I would start a thread for all those who are interested in keeping up with what happens today.
 Quoting: 2XSecretAgent


Would not watching the tele or perhaps the market channels be a wee bit faster to get the hubbub.
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01/18/2008 09:44 AM
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damn dow. fuckin with doom again. let it drop alrighht
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01/18/2008 09:47 AM
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Re: Let's watch the Dow...
probably a dead cat bounce.. still too many overinflated pigs out there that have just recently broken key technical support levels. The VIX is still pretty low, we've gotta go lower yet short term.
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01/18/2008 09:49 AM
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Re: Let's watch the Dow...
Boeing is unchanged, but has gone from 107 in September to about 79 now. If you owned about two thousand shares, which might be typical for a long-term employee with a 401(k), it means you lost about $56,000 over the past 4 months. Add to that a hit of maybe $30-50 thousand on the value of your home, and if you were within a year of retirement, you might be changing your plans.

I'm planning on retiring in about three or four years. If the stock and the home values don't go back up in that time, I will be p*ssed (and poor).
Where's the EVIDENCE, Jim?
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Re: Let's watch the Dow...
future are up but it won't hold

important consumer data comes out today

and it's not gonna be good

people will use this uptick to get out

I predict sharply lower close
 Quoting: ^TrInItY^

It's losing it's "up" already...
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Re: Let's watch the Dow...
future are up but it won't hold

important consumer data comes out today

and it's not gonna be good

people will use this uptick to get out

I predict sharply lower close
 Quoting: ^TrInItY^

I'm with you on this one.
I think it'll end up a bad, bad day on the street.
I would be happy to be wrong.
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Re: Let's watch the Dow...
Boeing is unchanged, but has gone from 107 in September to about 79 now. If you owned about two thousand shares, which might be typical for a long-term employee with a 401(k), it means you lost about $56,000 over the past 4 months. Add to that a hit of maybe $30-50 thousand on the value of your home, and if you were within a year of retirement, you might be changing your plans.

I'm planning on retiring in about three or four years. If the stock and the home values don't go back up in that time, I will be p*ssed (and poor).
 Quoting: Duncan Kunz



I PREDICT A 210 PT HIGH....
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Re: Let's watch the Dow...
I know many people are concerned about the stock market and will be watching the numbers.
Thought I would start a thread for all those who are interested in keeping up with what happens today.


Would not watching the tele or perhaps the market channels be a wee bit faster to get the hubbub.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 345490

Some of us still have jobs and do not have access to a tv. I appreciate hearing what some people here have to say about all this, too. We've been getting a dozen or more threads every morning about what the dow is doing - I thought a preemptive thread might consolidate some of that.
Let's agree to respect each others views, no matter how wrong yours may be.
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