Sunday, December 6, 2015

THIS MOVIE NEVER DIED

Of course you don't remember this movie, but it was number one that year. Like many silent classics it met an apocalyptic end.  Time is the most precious commodity in the Universe. All living things have a beginning and an end. In the great scheme of life, humans are only a nanoparticle. Most of us have some coping mechanisms to deal with our mortality, but our failure to recognize just how short our existence is on this earth give our masters the ability to control our future through multigenerational CONtrol plans, essentially creating trans-generational immortality for their families. The family blood-lines that will never die and rule the proletariats as master and slave.

I love it. Seriously, you have to admire the diabolical nature of it and its undeniable success. And to think, that I spent my first half of my years on this earth listening to music, loving beautiful women, tasting delicious foods, inhaling intoxicating smells, seeing spectacular scenes around the world, skiing some of the most beautiful mountains in the world, watching fabulous sunsets around the world, floating down wild and beautiful rivers, enjoying weddings, children, and grandchildren growing, playing, laughing, crying. How could I have missed my chance to become an elite while I was engaged in this pathetic life I loved? Why didn't I spend my life rising to the highest level of power and domination? How could I have given up the chance to have millions and millions of people die at my whim, while bringing them untold misery and hell? I coulda been a CONtender. You fiends had better hope a hereafter does not exist to judge you.  One thing is certain and that is a pale horse is coming for you. You will try but you won't escape it. gl all






176 comments:

  1. Who cares? Gaga's singing New York, New York! That about says it all...

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    1. I'll look her up this week in the West End

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    3. Hanging with the "Westies" are ya hehehehehe

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    4. Why yes I am, and will be inquiring as to the direction the boyz are going with their "nibbling" last year with PMs....otherwise great food and drink coming my way

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    5. Well enjoy yourself and say hello to De-Blah-Z-o for me Hehehehehe oh and please make note of all the paramilitary types and report back! They want you to stay safe this Holiday Season ;)

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  2. shorts trapped in GMCR

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  3. I'm so pissed right now.... Out of all the stocks on my watchlist I bought puts on the one stock that's in the green today!!!

    Oh well... Such is life in the Wall Street Casino.

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    1. Oh Jay.......

      http://www.newsday.com/news/nation/30-boston-college-students-sick-after-eating-chipotle-school-says-1.11204714

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  4. Stranger in a strange land Kli. 2 + 2 = 5. Trying to stay sane in an insane world can be challenging at times.

    I find myself repeating things but only so I can remind myself.

    "If we seek solace in the prisons of the distant past
    Security in human systems we're told will always always last
    Emotions are the sail and blind faith is the mast
    Without a breath of real freedom we're getting nowhere fast

    Our written history is a catalog of crime
    The sordid and the powerful, the architects of time
    The mother of invention, the oppression of the mild
    The constant fear of scarcity, aggression as its child

    History will teach us nothing"

    For some, the older you get, the more you see thru it all and life is just way too short.

    -OH

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    1. Sure does OH, sure does.......

      "For some, the older you get, the more you see thru it all and life is just way too short."

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  5. Insanity in a surreal world is now reality

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  6. Janet, the Pope has spoken and you can't compete with the "pope" man.

    Pope Francis declares International year of Jubilee Dec 8, 2015: odious debt to be forgiven!

    There you go - all that odious debt GONE!!!! Where did it go?

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  7. Tom - to keep you current on "disrupters" - it is hard to stay current like Skippy:

    "Cable companies have been suffering lately as more of their customers have decided to opt out and use cheaper online services like Netflix (NFLX) and Hulu. But now it looks like some of the disrupters may be getting disrupted."

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  8. Inlet, you dumb old fool, what happened to Shemitah? You religious nutjobs have been yapping about all this garbage, you need to be locked up in a lunatic asylum.

    Why are you so dumb? You even those putzes Tom and Kli to shame.

    You are so dumb, if you were skydiving, you would miss earth.

    Hehehehehe.....

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    1. good to have you back foxey.... we love your witty repartee...you gotta be proud of your master's creation....hehehehehhehehe

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    2. Just reporting the facts!!! Got a problem with it , take it up with the Pope. It is all good. Did you lose Shemitah? It is in the gas tank of your Telsa. Hehehehe.... It is all good.

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    3. Skippy got a knockoff (it takes gas). Hehehe

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  9. CMG is one of my fav pigs in pigdom.....but be I will reiterate watch out. They are LOADING shorts up for the kill with ALL of the BS news on the "shit" news. This is probably a planned ambush of the shorts with a nasty near term bear trap set.......I would not short it until it retests 600

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  10. Hey KLI: couple days ago... You asked "what did you buy the puts on ...and strike price time etc
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    And I replied. "JayDecember 5, 2015 at 6:31 PM
    LULU JAN 15 2016 47.50 P

    Bought 10 LULU JAN 15 2016 47.50 P @ $3.34 $3,359.50"


    LULU reported earnings this morning. They missed bad and negative outlook to boot! Stock is down 11% pre-market. This will very likely be 100% gain or more for my Puts


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    1. Jay Your mommy warned you about gambling

      http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=LULU&p=W&yr=4&mn=0&dy=0&id=p92125106255&a=436008521&listNum=1

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    2. Remember Jay its not how much you win at the tables its how much you leave the tables with that counts :) You're on a roll don't get greedy..... Hehehehehe

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  11. this could turn fugly today.......

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  12. Hehehehe, almost as funny as 44's Nobel Peace Prize!

    http://time.com/time-person-of-the-year-2015-angela-merkel-choice/

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  13. Extortion?

    http://www.cnbc.com/2015/12/08/that-obamacare-penalty-will-be-bigger-than-you-think.html

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  14. Ok... I am back here... suffering from some serious whiplash. I've watched my options swing 50% downward then 100% upward in the last 2 trading days....

    First I'll start with the LULU I posted about last week:

    Bought: Bought 10 LULU JAN 15 2016 47.50 P @ $3.34 $3,359.50

    Sold (a few minutes ago): Sold to Close 10c @ $3.75 - Total: $3,730.42

    And here is a gambler that mommy warned me about:

    WEEKLYS!!!!!

    Bought Google PUTS yesterday: BOUGHT TO OPEN 2 CONTRACTS OF OPTION GOOGL DEC 11 2015 765.00 P AT $4.60 Total: $929.50

    Sold Google PUTS today: GOOGL DEC 11 2015 765.00 P Sold to Close 2c @ $10.00 - Total: $1,990.47


    Basically, I've seen about a $3000 swing in 24 hours. The LULU was a giant gamble.... It's only the second time in my life I've held an option during earnings. I could have gotten burned big time and don't plan to do this again.

    Thanks you Lord God for the blessings. I prayed so many times in the last 24 hours I lost track.

    I need a break.

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    1. only buying physical with your winnings means anything

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    2. I should have held longer... But my chart and your chart showed LULU hitting some downward resistance around 46 --- I was happy with my gains so I sold.

      Right after I sold... it busted right through the resistance... this always seems to happen to me. Just once I'd like to sell AFTER the resistance is broken. :) Guess I need more practice.



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    3. This bear will destroy you eventually unless you're moving at least half your winnings into physical metal or tangible assets that have no carrying costs......the swings will be brutal if you can't handle the pressure. It puts no pressure on my play. You are in a Primary Bear now.......and it will rip most suckers to pieces. Watch the Hedge fund slaughter the next two months.....epic

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  15. Something blew up .....gotta do sum diggin'

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    1. KLI: What's going on with Chipotle Mexican Grill? It's green on a very red day...

      CMG 551.14 +8.90 +1.64%

      Do you think we should be shorting it?

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    2. No ... ignore the noise on the E coli (see above comment).......they are ramping up the negative press on it to suck in shorts.... near term squeeze to 600 ...watch for it to take out 600 with a bull trap breakout then layer in carefully if you are insisting on playing in the casino. Smart play after a nice payday is take half your winnings today and cash OUT of the casino as I did today with a silver order.....I measure my currency wealth in tonnage now....enjoy the game...its going to become very ugly and "winnings" will be measured in sunrises

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  16. By the way KLI... You've stated before that we should be buying physical gold with our paper winnings.

    But honestly, I don't think it's needed yet. If a bank,stock brokerage account,IRA or 401K stole my money, it's called theft. Theft is illegal in America. The perpetrators would be charged with a crime and hopefully tossed in prison.

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    1. oh my Jay........ Boy do I wish I had what you're smokin' my friend.....gl

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    2. Yeah please pass the bong my way when you're done hehehehehehe

      "Theft is illegal in America." BAHWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!

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    3. Jay,

      Just go and get some metal's with sum of your profit, you'll rest a lot easier.... heheheheeee

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    4. Jay,

      I re-post for your benefit.... re: "Theft is illegal in America."

      http://www.cnbc.com/2015/12/08/that-obamacare-penalty-will-be-bigger-than-you-think.html

      Oh and watch the following focking hilarious......

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KU_Jdts5rL0&w=560&h=315

      Heehhehehe

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    5. God bless you sweet little heart Jay.

      Oh my God, where to begin.

      -OH

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    6. give it a rest OH.....I have tried for years with Jay.....but rest assured he will understand one day....

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    7. I'm sorry guys...but I don't see a complete collapse in the near future. It'll probably happen in my lifetime, but not in the next 5 years. The fed has made it clear... They will print print print and print. Yellen will act like she cares about inflation just like Bernanke did. But make no mistake, she will print again in a heartbeat if she needs to "save the stock market".

      Also, the cabal has found a way to push gold and silver downward while at the same time printing cash on overdrive. I don't know how they do it...but they do. They are our masters.

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    8. No need to apologize Jay, no need to come to any consensus or group think, just my opinion and everyone has one. Someone just mentioned to me how these career politicians like Chucky Schumer or John Mccain have been senators for 35 plus years, they bring a little pet project to your home town and the people proclaim how great they are, what is their net worth and what have they done?

      I don't think the collapse will be a singular event, it appears to be a slow burn with a chaining of events on the slippery slope of problem reaction solution, agendas and boiling frogs take time.

      We truly are in the social engineered bizzaro twilight zone and everyone has to walk their own path.

      -OH

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    9. ...and Jay, be honest, how many tent cities do you see on your way to work? Don't they refer to the Expressway in the Emerald city now as the Bangalore Express? hehehe.

      -OH

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    10. trouble is guys that dislocations with malinvestment end very very badly PERIOD!!! No one saw 2000 collapse in tech and in less than 6 months it was slaughtered and the entire time down was a "buying opportunity. Most of the high flyers are still down 50% or more 15 years later. Many went to zero or nearly zero. This time will NOT be different. Don't let them lull you to sleep with "they got CONtrolled" THEY don't. Bill Fleckenstein is an amazing trader in bull AND bear markets and is not inclined to hyperbole and I know that more than you realize. When he is scared then its getting really bad. BTW all I am living right in the middle of what "free money" can do to distort reality and it CAN NOT go on like this....but i do LIKE it.....heheheheheheh ...I have three servants taking care of me right now.....ya just can't beat the boyz and what YOUR future can buy for them.....BWAAAAAAAAAAAAA

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    11. this won't be 2000.....or 2008.....this will be literally bloody......you're smelling the poppies and the hopium and ignoring the reality and law of nature. You do so at your own peril.

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    12. collapse and near future have different meanings to different folks. Just like we are in a depression right now to the 95 million working age americans that have quit looking for jobs, yet to many americans with decent paying jobs, the ponzi strong dollar is making life relatively good for them and they "see nothing"...... so gl and BUY INTEL.....buy buy buy.......you're still only down60% from 2000 highs.....but hey....buttfox says its good and therefore buybuybuybuy ......hope he's right

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    13. Check out some of these quotes from H.L. Mencken, brilliant.

      "The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary."

      "The most dangerous man to any government is the man who is able to think things out... without regard to the prevailing superstitions and taboos. Almost inevitably he comes to the conclusion that the government he lives under is dishonest, insane, intolerable."

      "Each party steals so many articles of faith from the other, and the candidates spend so much time making each other's speeches, that by the time election day is past there is nothing much to do save turn the sitting rascals out and let a new gang in."

      "I believe that it is better to tell the truth than a lie. I believe it is better to be free than to be a slave. And I believe it is better to know than to be ignorant."

      "Nobody ever went broke underestimating the taste of the American public."

      "For every complex problem there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong."

      "Every election is a sort of advance auction sale of stolen goods."

      You can lead a horse to water...

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AVWIncTfdmc

      -OH

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  17. http://www.armstrongeconomics.com/archives/40251

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  18. Tom....in the middle of the heart of darkness..... big trouble in "river city" right now....the hedgies are in deep chit and not happy times......they're scared....big time....report in later

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  19. KLI: Are you seeing some signals that something big is about to happen?

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    1. Hedges desperate for yield or they die. NO YIELD!!!= blowups...

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  20. Lotsa action on CMG today...

    CMG 576.565 +28.555 +5.21%

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    1. Stay away from it for now let it run over 600 and wait on it . watch the daily MACD for entry be patient.

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    2. everybody thinks it will break out over 600 and then double top. It might so just be patient for now

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    3. A lot of shorts are getting slaughtered today. Just like you said, they rounded them up... then opened fire. Shorts running for cover but trapped in the corral.

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    4. I doubt if they are done with them.

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    5. If it hits 600, I'll buy some puts.

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    6. just beware they really wanna rob this piggybank up and down.....so layer in....they have spent some time painting this company with the ugly stick for a reason.....now must leave for Broadstreet...we're havin' a party today ......

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  21. my fav

    http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=RIC&p=D&yr=0&mn=9&dy=0&id=p77698344930&a=436183487&listNum=1

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    1. It broke the channel. Good luck buddy.

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    2. no luck involved....unless it breaks over 6.....then I might trade and collect a few fedbux for physical metal possession.....otherwise not expecting anything to happen near term

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  22. I made a couple moves today... holding these puts overnight:

    QQQ JAN 15 2016 114.00 P - 01:52:39
    Bought to Open 8c @ $2.83 - Total: $2,281.00

    INCY JAN 15 2016 110.00 P - 01:35:31
    Bought to Open 2c @ $7.92 - Total: $1,586.50

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    1. "Nothing can now be believed which is seen in a newspaper.
      Truth itself becomes suspicious by being put into that polluted vehicle. The real extent of this state of misinformation is known only to those who are in situations to confront facts within their knolege with the lies of the day. I really look with commiseration over the great body of my fellow citizens, who, reading newspapers, live & die in the belief, that they have known something of what has been passing in the world in their time; whereas the accounts they have read in newspapers are just as true a history of any other period of the world as of the present, except that the real names of the day are affixed to their fables. General facts may indeed be collected from them, such as that Europe is now at war, that Bonaparte has been a successful warrior, that he has subjected a great portion of Europe to his will, &c., &c.; but no details can be relied on. I will add, that the man who never looks into a newspaper is better informed than he who reads them; inasmuch as he who knows nothing is nearer to truth than he whose mind is filled with falsehoods & errors. He who reads nothing will still learn the great facts, and the details are all false. - Thomas Jefferson"

      -Old Hickory

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    2. OH,

      Time's change, yet everything remains the same......

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  23. Yes Mr. Jay, something BIG is about to happen, collapse is imminent, as Kliguy has predicted many times in the past, with 100% accuracy.

    Hehehehehe.....

    Look at his most recent prediction, the Great Crash of 2015! Boy, that mother of all bears has tightened her grip for sure!

    How can you come here and ask this fool a serious question, given his piss-poor track record? I'm sure you are capable of independent thought, and don't need a lunatic like Kli to tell you what to do.

    This guy is so dumb, when he opens a box of Cherrios, his first reaction is "I love these donut seeds!"

    Hehehehehe......

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  24. Check out the financial news!!! My puts are going through the roof today!

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    Hahaha

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  26. I dunno Skip's seems like Jay's on a roll with his options and Kli's advice seems on point, that is if you have the stomach for gambling, not me unless it's Friday night Bingo!!! hehehehhe and where you getting the new material from? "Skydiving and missing the Earth" and "Donut Seeds" hehehehe little sophomoric but I do like the effort!!!!! btw: How's all that "disruptive" stuff going hahahahahaha the only thing getting disrupted are the synapse between the half dozen or so brain cell's your Momma blessed you with.....

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    1. ehhehehee.....hey tom doesn't jay remind you of us in 2008 when we were riding the short bus to hell.....it was truly fun.....now as my people here in NY tell me its all over with......they are resigned to their fate

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    2. Jay will never get out of the Casino with his chips and Skippy will drive around the trailer park telling the chubby chicks he's RICH RICH RICH.....with his MyIRA .....hehehehehehehe

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    3. as far as "disruptive" goes.....my host just laughed when I brought up NFLX and Amazon....he called them pipe dreams and the hedgies here know they are going to hell but they said shorting them just gets you head handed to you so they just stay away from them ... He said most of his circle of hedgies are shutting down or getting very close to it.

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    4. he has shifted mostly to private equity but does have an options trader thats dinOmite and made a killing in August... I am going down to the office today and asked him if he thought it might be bad timing with the futures tanking and he said they were positioned short so no problem. He really is NOT sanguine about the near term market or long term for that matter. He just says its "terrible"

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    5. Hehehehe sure does, the good ole SKF days..... All that action and I pretty much ended up even but gotta admit it was fun for a while ;). Hey what was the short R/E you goats your arose handed to you? SRS??? Anyway so much for history, when you get back from loving large and soaking up all the Bread & Circus the big Chitty has to offer the 1%'ers gotta let us know what all the Big boys are think'n....

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    6. I lost 200K in a week on SRS....ughhhhhhh

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    7. GD auto correct "arse" not arose and "got's" not goats. Hehehehehe

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    8. Skip with "chubby chicks"? Looked like fat pigs to me. Hehehe

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  27. So true, the house always wins and like Tom said, it's not how many chips you have but how many you leave with and you may be up big one day but down big the next, no more blackjack for me. -OH

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  28. That and people always volunteer their winnings but never their losses hehe -OH

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    1. see above post.........waaaaaaaaa..........heheheheeh

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    2. Sorry for dredging up the bay but I only brought it up for Mr. Jays benefit ;)

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    3. Here is a screenshot of my monthly Scottrade graph:

      http://i.imgur.com/aO5hAnT.jpg

      I have been on a streak... but I do have my down days just like everyone else.

      As for today... I'm up... :)

      QQQ JAN 15 2016 114.00 P 8 4.12 +$1.20 3,296.00 +960.00
      INCY JAN 15 2016 110.00 P 4 7.92 $0.00 3,168.00 0.00

      A lot of other stocks are painted a lot more red than my two picks. But hey... $1000 gain on a $2000 trade ain't too shabby

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  29. SKF --- SRS You guys are bringing back some fond memories. My best year ever is still 2008 (I traded half a million dollars that year -mainly SKF and FAS and FAZ) I can still remember some of your posts on the SKF message board KLI - Those were legendary.

    You lost $200K in a week playing SRS? Good God KLI. My worst month ever was losing $15K and I swore I'd never come back to the casino...but I did :) I didn't know that when Obama said to "buy stocks" that his buddies at Goldman Sachs were going to rig the market for the next 4 years.



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    1. Its called "wealth extraction" from the middle class future to keep the banks going till the final reset......

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  30. Budfox: Where do you see the markets heading in 2016?

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    1. that's easy UP UP UP.....hehehehehe buy buy

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    2. Buy and Hold Intel.....ITSA PEACH.....heheheheheehehhehehehhe.....skippy foeva

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    3. Now down to Maiden lane today for sum fun......

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    4. Weeeeeeeeeeeee to da moon on Skippy's electric powered rocket Tesla!!!!! Up, Up and Away!!!!!!!! Heeheeeeeee

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    5. Maiden Lane, yup gonna have sum fun Hehehehehe if ya bump into Jamie tell u'm I said hello! Hahahahaha more like fock you but that wouldn't be nice during the Holiday Season......

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    6. Have a nice pic standing at the door of the NY Fed. Traders weren't happy at the NYSE either....big fight between some MMs outside during smokes.....hehehehehe.....musta been long.....weeeeeeeeee..

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    7. Moar like a long yeeeaaarrrrrrrrrrrrr......

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  31. You are funny today KLI. You must be holding something good like me. :)

    What you got? Short on CMG? Short on NFLX? Short on FB? SKF? FAZ?


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    1. Long on a "ton" of silver......BWAAAAAAAAA.....

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  32. I'm up about $1700 now. This is fun sometimes. :)

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    1. Hmmmm tis 100oz of Silver there Jay......

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    2. Yup .....it sure is Tom.....and that's the real deal

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    1. You think they'll run it up at the end of the day?

      I was hoping for one more giant dip.

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    2. No way they would slaughter the shorts... Not on a day like today.

      They'll do that on Monday.

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  34. You spooked me KLI... I had planned to wait for the market close... but I sold early...

    Total profits: $ 1956

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    1. they may tank this pig all the way into Dec 16 but when you catch a quick buck in this ponzi....TAKE IT

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    2. I sold the QQQ puts at 4.69 and they peaked at 4.82 not perfect timing... but dang good enough.

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  35. Jay - Keep an eye on the VIX, if it falls back to 20-21 area time to avoid shorting and wait for a market bounce?

    Sold a part of my RWM about 15 minutes or so before the close. Will wait for morning gap to fill to buy back what I sold today.

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    1. Thanks for reminding me about the VIX Inlet... I haven't paid attention to that index for years. Now that I'm sucked back into the casino, I better start watching it.

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  36. My co-worker went long on BABA at the end of the day. I almost joined him but I was too chicken.

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    1. RWM is an inverse (short Russell 2000 index)....

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  37. you guys are makin' me jealous........did get to see the NYSE battle

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    1. KLI... I assume you work in the financial sector as you've mentioned you know some hedge fund managers. What are those guys saying about 2016?

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    2. I am NOT a banker.....but I have sum friends and family that are and they like to take pity on me. They are running way scared as compared to just a year ago. They used to be like realtors when you discussed my outlook with them........NOW they are so doomy they make me depressed. My main connect is moving his family to southern France in the next few months and prolly closing down part of his hedge fund. Can't go into specifics but he sees nothing good coming. Like Fleck he basically says its over. You can try and time it yourself.......they can't

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    3. BTW Jay....the reason he is more doomy than I, is I have taken all the steps that I feel I can for what I feel is the storm coming. These are WS guys and they do NOT have the experience in dealing the reality outside of their sphere that I do. They are restricted by the same bias you are and because of cognitive dissonance cannot move to physical precious metals. AND and a big AND.....they have almost too much paper money to move into gold because of the physical storage issues at least from a personal possession. They move paper Jay and as a result they are somewhat paralyzed. At least for now they look at art, Manhattan apartments, etc. They also are in Private equity and international deals etc.....out of market now except option spreads etc using VIX. I was in the "war room" last night AFTER the market closed and they were all still working late ON A FRIDAY. Things are not good. Also one options trader said I understand you're the silver guy when I met you two years ago at _____. I replied that's right and I still am. (He's young and thinks its crazy probably) I laughed and said that now its tonnage and thanks for the cheap silver........ NOT ONE WORD OR LAUGH

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  38. Sitting with the GS boyz now will see ya later

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    1. Kli, aren't you following Butt Fox's advice? Here it is from another site:


      Bud Fox
      December 11, 2015 at 7:31 pm
      Janet will come to the rescue. We should be backing up the truck and buy buy buy.

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      Paul
      December 11, 2015 at 8:33 pm
      buy what…stocks…gold…bonds

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      Bud Fox
      December 11, 2015 at 8:44 pm
      Janet doesn’t care about gold?
      Equities baby.

      NOW YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO!!!! Hehehehe

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    2. nice pick up Inlet.......what site is that troll on

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    3. http://blog.smartmoneytrackerpremium.com/2015/12/chart-of-the-day-205.html

      Butt Fox's left scat here....

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  39. I'll know I've hit the big time when I have "physical storage issues" with gold. :)

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  40. It would be fascinating to sit in on a GS meeting as a client or employee.

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  41. Jay: Butt Fox says buy, buy, buy equities. Buy Intel and hold forever. Hehehe

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  42. Back on tierra firma and life is good. Not sure where to start with info but will try to give as much as I can without blabbing out of school.....nice guys.....well...one of um was nice..... no proprietary info to follow just perceptions/observations.......These guys finance mostly the hedgies in their universe including some HFT players etc.....big money. 2008 was horrific on them and if you watch the movie Margin Call this guy is right out of casting for the protagonist in it. He said he was in a nightmare every night wondering what would be the next disaster he would have to wake up to. I didn't tell him I was shorting the banks through out the year and it was the most exhilarating experience I could remember but he was sincere so I listened. They all became quite interested in the 2nd gate with Stone sumthin fund on Friday and will only say that they are more than worried about what it may signal. I do not get the impression they really have ANY idea what Yellen is going to do beyond what we know. They say she HAS to raise and my hedgie has some small bets only based on the play (don't know or remember the options and don't really care) They have opinions but they're somewhat compartmentalized from the bigger conspiracy theories and frankly I think they DONT wanna know. They are soldiers and they take the money. That's all I will say right now but they are truly scared shitless not like two years ago when I spent time with same guys. I think they know the shits gonna hit the fan in the near future whatever that time is. New York is beyond wealthy right now but the market is OVER for the flipping of high end and they know it......music is stopping and for me it was eerily like the movie quote " I see dead people" .... God Bless Richard Russell and I believe he was right when he said we are now in a Primary Bear

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    1. "Never make predictions, especially about the future" hehe.

      We can only guess what Yellen will do and we all wait with bated breath, but she doesn't have to do anything, they own it and the damage is already done. She can raise .25 and the market could cheer, then crash later off of the sugar high only to be saved later with more QE that our children's children's children can never pay off.

      I disagree with inlet, yes we live in the land of the free cell phones, free college, free housing, free money, free everything, and the debts the debtor signed on for the debtor should pay, but...

      "This would also be an ethical policy, which lifts debts incurred through financial manipulation (such as unscrupulous mortgage bankers) and undue political influence (such as taxpayer bailouts of banks that caused the crisis in the first place). It would be fairer than the current arrangement, in which current debt largely burdens poor people with repayments falling to rich and culpable individuals and institutions."

      http://theconversation.com/the-debt-jubilee-an-old-testament-solution-to-a-modern-financial-crisis-11816

      That or it seems when all else fails they take you to war.

      What I do know is this, Central banking got us into this mess and Central banking will get us out of it, but we won't like the result.

      -OH

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  43. -OH What is it you disagree about? Dang if I know what it is.

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    1. Debt jubilee my friend, I know you mentioned the pope regarding debt forgiveness. There are debts that people signed on for and then there are debts that people had no say in that we are all on the hook for. I know there is no easy answer but like Michael Hudson says debts that can't be repaid won't be repaid and we have to ask to whom do we owe all this debt that gets created from nothing.

      -OH

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    2. My belief? It is not just the Pope talking about debt forgiveness (it is in the Bible - believe it is Leviticus chapter 25). Did I say it was my opinion/belief about debt? By definition Jubilee comes around every 50 years and debt forgiveness is one aspect (not the only aspect) of Jubilee.

      Might want to inform yourself regarding Jubilee before forming any hard views. I merely reported a factual part (by definition) of Jubilee and never stated a belief except jested regarding debt.

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    3. My mistake inlet, I misinterpreted you were against it and were for all for the creditors regardless of how bad the debt was. I think debt jubilee is a good idea.

      http://whatreallyhappened.com/WRHARTICLES/jubilee.php

      -OH

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    4. debt is the life blood of power and I do not have the conceptualization to see how the debt Ponzi will be able to make it through the next cycle to pay for buttfox's lavish paper retirement.....but somehow these guys will extract every ounce of real wealth before they make the shift.......LADIES AND GENTLEMAN PLEASE PLACE YOUR BETS

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    5. Kli,

      when you have time this program is really good

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8LVAUBmisnc

      -OH

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  44. Inlet: What about all of us that have no debt? Where is our piece of the pie?

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    1. Having no debt is a good place to be. Be proud that you have met your obligations to your fellow man and do not have the weight of debt hanging over your head. Makes life so much easier and enjoyable without debt. I have had no debt (not even a mortgage) the last 15 years and it gives you many options in your decision making that you would not otherwise have.

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  45. Great point Jay. What about the prudent who worked hard and lived withing their means and didn't buy more house than they should have ever been able to afford. They should be rewarded too. Need to get back to a real risk/reward system but it seems those that make the right decisions end up getting screwed as well.

    -OH

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    1. Your reward is peace of mind and flexibility in making choices. Reward does not need to be financial, but it can be if you have coins left to invest....

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  46. Tom - how did you run Butt Fox off? He is trashing someon else's blog now:

    Bud fox December 13, 2015 at 5:06 am
    And gold was in a 7 + 3 year bull market.

    Jay December 13, 2015 at 5:01 pm
    Has Schiff cried real tears and publicly admitted he was wrong yet?

    Bud fox December 13, 2015 at 5:21 pm
    He wasn’t wrong just early.

    Jay December 13, 2015 at 5:34 pm
    “He wasn’t wrong just early.”
    LOL
    …but not early enough to prevent his followers from going broke

    Jay December 13, 2015 at 5:36 pm
    actually…early enough to cause his followers to go broke

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  47. Market is selling hard and PPT in trouble. I think its gonna get fugly this week.

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  48. What's Yellen going to do? That's the trillion dollar question.

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  49. Looks like a bounce after FOMC reports:

    http://www.swingcycles.blogspot.com/2015/12/dec-14-2015-weekly-outlook.html

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    1. Nice chart.

      VIX going down today as well.

      They gonna rally the market?

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    2. Nice squeeze to affirm CONfidence in the the FED

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  50. I went long for a change today. So far so good.


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  51. Since KLI likes to see my bets:

    COST JAN 15 2016 160.00 C - 12:50:25
    Bought to Open 10c @ $4.09 - Total: $4,109.50

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  52. I've gotta stop watching the VIX again. Burns me every time.

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    1. Oh never mind. :) Costco is up now.

      This truly is a casino.

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  53. Inlet -- VIX down 5.66% and stawks barely budging. What gives??!!

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    1. Jay - At tops/bottoms recently market has often traded in a very narrow range like today. Is one reason to suspect a bottom is being formed. About time to sell remainder of RWM (inverse Russell 2000)?? VIX was up a lot (percentage) Friday.

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  54. My Costco Calls up around $700 right now... watch them crash in the last 10 minutes.

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    1. Well. That was a fun day...

      COST JAN 15 2016 160.00 C - 12:50:25
      Bought to Open 10c @ $4.09 - Total: $4,109.50

      COST JAN 15 2016 160.00 C - 03:58:15
      Sold to Close 10c @ $5.10 - Total: $5,080.39

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    2. I generally avoid options. Have to get the direction right and the timing right. I find it hard enuff to get one right (can be wrong on timing and still make a profit if patient, but with options time can run out on you).

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    3. I owe all the thanks to Inlet. He told me to watch the VIX.

      When I got into the office this morning, I noticed that the VIX was down(a lot) and stocks were down at the same time.

      I had a feeling that stocks would surge at the end of the day cuz the VIX was down so much. It wasn't a matter of IF... It was a matter of WHEN. My Costco CALLS popped near the end of trading day and I made $970.80

      Thanks Inlet! Steak dinner on me!

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  55. Sold RWM position, made small profit. Placed a limit order to buy back position if RWM pulls back a bit.

    Low risk, small profits 1-2 times a week usually works out to 5-10% a month. Over the course of a year is usually a nice annual percentage gain. Get rich slowly. Hehehe

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    1. 5-10% a month on "safe bets" is is great... If I could get 5% a month on my IRA, I'd be thrilled.

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    2. No excitement like options, just 2-3% a trade usually. Very boring way to trade and requires patience. Most people are going for bigger moves which requires more risk in high beta trades.

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  56. If you think the market was up, maybe you should look at the advance declines 75% down.New highs 7 New lows 566.. Kindle He Knows

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  57. Just avoid anything that Kli and Inlet advise and you'll make a killing in this market!!

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    1. Jay appears to have his own style trading. I appreciate his comments crediting my comments, but I had nothing to do with his success. He decided when to pull the trigger. So Kindle doesn't know scat.

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    2. Seems like Jays doing pretty well there Skippy and even Kindle recognizes the bull hit so tell us what should we invest in to make a killing on? What should we do be for the troll decides to or not to raise rates a .25 point.... hehehehe watta farce!

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    3. Advice from Skippy? Try a fortune teller - more likely to get a winner. Hehehe It is all good

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  58. enjoy the Ponzi today....will have new post tonite.....if they run this up into the announcement then it may be a "buy the rumor and sell the news">... NO BETS YET ......jist watchin and have a major wad of new cash waiting on a metals beatdown......IF it comes

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  59. Hello gang. I just got to work.

    Going to check Scottrade for some action. I might go short on Facebook, but gotta study the charts and open interest for a while more.

    Will post any trades I make in a bit.

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  60. OK. Changed my mind. Bought some CALLS on WEEKLYS. Ballz of Steel time!!!

    GOOGL DEC 18 2015 765.00 C - 12:10:50
    Bought to Open 2c @ $8.39 - Total: $1,687.50

    GOOGL DEC 18 2015 765.00 C - 12:10:50
    Bought to Open 2c @ $8.44 - Total: $1,690.50

    Go Google Go!!

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    1. Arghhh. My streak ended today.

      I lost $136

      I learned an important lesson. Don't mess with weeklys!!!!

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  61. Get your trading advice from Inlet, based on religious recommendations. Jubilees and Shemitahs.

    Hehehehehe......

    That senile old fool knows his Jubilee, that's for sure.

    Hehehehehe......

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  62. Tom, there are plenty of miners trading < $1. According to Kli, they are about to go to da moooon! Buy miners and make a killing!

    Watta putz!

    Hehehehehe......

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  63. Hey Skip-a-loon,

    I inquired about what you thought Putz.... Having trouble with basic reading comprehension or is it you really don't have any suggestions other then NFLX, AAPL or sum other disruptive technology company... hehehhehee

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  64. Was inlet the one who said MNKD WAS GOING TO BE ONE OF THE great STOCKS GOING TO $40 OR WAS THAT JAY? It's $1.44 today.

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    1. It's a Bio-Med probably Honest..... assuming this is you Skip's you have really poor memory retention for such a young lad.....

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    2. Tom, whoever it is - they are not very smart because I was explicit above that I do not play with high beta stocks or options (things like MNKD).

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    3. hehehe neither do I, just like low maintenance ounces.... ;)

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    4. I never said a word about MNKD. I don't even know what company that ticker belongs to.

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  65. Putz, knowledge is power. Numerology is throughout the Bible. The number 7 is the basis for much of it (like 7 days in a week). Now a dunce like you would probably ask how the 20 week cycle relates to the number 7. Well there are 140 days in 20 weeks (and 140 is a multiple of 7). There are many examples of 7 in Bible numerology (like the 7 year cycle). The book of Revelations is often referred to as the book of sevens.

    If you were not so stupid you would realize that ancient intelligence like that in the Bible is as valid now as it was thousands of years ago.

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  66. The skippy returns.....BUYBUYBUBY....Buy INTEL and HOLD JAY!!!!!.......itsa PEACH!!!....hehehehehehhehee.....watta douche

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  67. Hey Skippy I gots to talk to some boyz about you last week and they said you're their favorite troll and they wish there were MOAR snot lickers out there just like YOU!!! So KEEP IT UP....hehehehhehehe

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    1. Skippy the Snot Licker hehehe I like it, that one has staying power!

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    2. THey apparently know of him down on at Goldman.......he started out modestly at the ground level of Goldman and has worked his way up to cleaning out their toilets......they like him a lot....They said he had a funny way of licking his nose so they nicknamed him.

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  68. Why do you guys keep mentioning INTL? lol

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  69. Well now...... "All is Well"?????

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/12/15/bankruptcy-contagion-today-puerto-rico-tomorrow-illinois/

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  70. Hehehehe,

    Must have been built with HB-1 Visa labor..... hahahahaha

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/northamerica/usa/12050630/Americas-newest-battleship-breaks-down-at-sea-after-20-days.html

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  71. Hmmmmm, Not a good trend although we do do the same thing via CAF......

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-12-15/denmark-confiscate-gold-jewelry-valuables-refugees

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  72. By the way... you guys think I follow Buddfox's advice for investing. Truth be told, I make most of my money day or momo trading options these days.

    Now, with that being said, I'll give Buddfox credit... He went long on equities while people around here were still buying $1500 gold.

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