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Mel from Moline
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« Reply #25 on: October 13, 2008, 02:40:11 PM »


George W. Bush, who saving this country from a depression.

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[/quote]SAVING?HuhHuhHuhHuh doh doh doh
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« Reply #26 on: October 13, 2008, 02:56:09 PM »

ClockerTerry:

I am a 100% in the market right now.

I saw Treasury Assistant, Neel Kashkari, on Squawk Box on Monday October 13, 2008, extremely impressive.

I also read an article about him in Chicago Sun Times, the same day but in the afternoon.

Why do I bring this up?

This guy is in charge of the bailout.
If anyone going to make this work, its going to be him.

Give kudos to Hank Paulson, for having this guy on his team and also to
George W. Bush, who saving this country from a depression.

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George W. Bush CAUSED this mess!   George W. Bush = piece of garbage!  For alot of people IT IS TOO LATE!
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« Reply #27 on: October 13, 2008, 03:01:13 PM »

George W. Bush CAUSED this mess!   George W. Bush = piece of garbage!  For alot of people IT IS TOO LATE!

Talking Head:

With all due respect to you, George W. Bush, did not cause this financial meltdown.

I must thank the Dems for doing a super F up job.

They Dems gave me the opportunity of the lifetime today.

Thanks Dems.

Back to work.

Kenneth J. Chadwick
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« Reply #28 on: October 13, 2008, 03:04:24 PM »

I never have seen so much blood in the market.

We have seen history in the making.

I think one more slam today (October 10, 2008).

Over the weekend people will not sleep well.

Everyone will talk about it.

Monday another busting day.

Monday afternoon or Tuesday morning, guess who makes a 10 % investment?

Not Barack NoBama, but

KJC.

I think this may be the opportunity of the lifetime.

It takes "B" but I am a gambler at heart.

PM if you like.

Kenneth J. Chadwick

Great call Ken!  thumbs up
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« Reply #29 on: October 13, 2008, 03:10:21 PM »

Ken, you're logic is interesting. Bush's policies didn't cause the meltdown, BUT the Dems are responsible for your good benefit for the market being so low you can buy more.....Huh What am I missing?

 And you're a staunch right winger....I'm even more confused now....LMFAO!!!
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« Reply #30 on: October 13, 2008, 03:11:48 PM »

Talking Head:

With all due respect to you, George W. Bush, did not cause this financial meltdown.

I must thank the Dems for doing a super F up job.

They Dems gave me the opportunity of the lifetime today.

Thanks Dems.

Back to work.

Kenneth J. Chadwick
George W. Bush is closing out 8 years in office this mess just didnot happen overnight!  Remember Ken ( ultra conservative) what you are bragging about is only PAPER MONEY in fact I would bet you have a ways to go to get back the money you have lost in recent months!
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« Reply #31 on: October 13, 2008, 03:17:38 PM »

The Dow has always shown more growth under Democratic administrations, likely because MORE people have opportunities that they usually don't under the Republicans. History can be so factual.
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« Reply #32 on: October 13, 2008, 03:38:27 PM »

George W. Bush is closing out 8 years in office this mess just didnot happen overnight!  Remember Ken ( ultra conservative) what you are bragging about is only PAPER MONEY in fact I would bet you have a ways to go to get back the money you have lost in recent months!

I have been out of the market since August 1st.
Jump in small time around August 28.
Out of market on September 2

Back in with both feet today.

Thanks Dems for giving me the opportunity of the lifetime.

Kenneth J. Chadwick
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« Reply #33 on: October 13, 2008, 04:09:44 PM »

I have been out of the market since August 1st.
Jump in small time around August 28.
Out of market on September 2

Back in with both feet today.

Thanks Dems for giving me the opportunity of the lifetime.

Kenneth J. Chadwick
I like how you change your positions in the market after the fact! Roll Eyes Its like telling everyone when you win at the track but not saying a word when you lose but that is typical Kenny Chadwick!  Hey but if you get off on that  then more power to you!
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« Reply #34 on: October 13, 2008, 04:21:16 PM »

I never have seen so much blood in the market.

We have seen history in the making.

I think one more slam today (October 10, 2008).

Over the weekend people will not sleep well.

Everyone will talk about it.

Monday another busting day.

Monday afternoon or Tuesday morning, guess who makes a 10 % investment?

Not Barack NoBama, but

KJC.

I think this may be the opportunity of the lifetime.

It takes "B" but I am a gambler at heart.

PM if you like.

Kenneth J. Chadwick

My post of Friday morning.

Kenneth J. Chadwick
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« Reply #35 on: October 13, 2008, 06:24:51 PM »

My post of Friday morning.

Kenneth J. Chadwick
Again a 10% on Monday afternoon or Tuesday Morning when the markets were ALREADY SOARING UP! Plus IT IS ONLY PAPER MONEY! Kenny take all that PAPER MONEY and go to McDonalds, hopefully if you are using that PAPER MONEY someone their will lend you a couple of bucks to EAT! Grin
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« Reply #36 on: October 13, 2008, 06:31:10 PM »

Again a 10% on Monday afternoon or Tuesday Morning when the markets were ALREADY SOARING UP! Plus IT IS ONLY PAPER MONEY! Kenny take all that PAPER MONEY and go to McDonalds, hopefully if you are using that PAPER MONEY someone their will lend you a couple of bucks to EAT! Grin

Do they call it REDBOARDING in the stock market??
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« Reply #37 on: October 13, 2008, 06:31:33 PM »

ClockerTerry:

I want to thank you publicly for your valuable feedback concerning the 10%.
You are absolutely correct about the 10%.
This morning I took 60% plunge.
Thank you,
Kenneth J. Chadwick 

Talking Head:
Learn how to read and follow the posts.

At 12:45 pm I am 100% invested.

Apparently you are stupid.

I told you what I was doing.

I know you hate right wingers, but a lot of us are pretty smart.

We have work ethic and know what we are talking/typing about.
That's why we know what NoBama is all about.


Kenneth J. Chadwick

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« Reply #38 on: October 13, 2008, 06:35:34 PM »

So, you invested at 12:45 after the market had already gone up 65 points?? You missed most of the upswing. Still, better than nothing.

Every time we ask you to show some facts about Obama, you can't come up with any. So, why would anybody believe you on the stock market?

But, since you are so wise, what will happen tomorrow?
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« Reply #39 on: October 13, 2008, 06:44:11 PM »

Do they call it REDBOARDING in the stock market??

Moon:

It is called an opportunity of a lifetime.

This past weekend I spent some time looking at what year these current levels of the stock market are reflecting.

I felt panic has set in the market and I felt that is was over kill.

I just had to have the stones to pull the trigger.

Understand I WAS NOT GOING TO jump in with both feet.
But God works in mysterious ways.
 
When I heard Treasury Dept. Assistant Secretary Neel Kashkari talk this morning on Squawk Box at 7:00am, I was impressed that this guy is a genius.  He was the guy to steer the bailout package for Paulson and Bush.

Thank you God.

At 8:35 I am 60% invested.
At 12:30 I am 100% invested.
Maybe a little bragging here, but I am thanking God for giving me the opportunity of turning on the TV this morning at 7:00 am.

Sometimes I wish I was that smart.
I may not know what the future holds, but I do know who holds the future.
There's my testimony.

Thanks Moon for asking the question.

Kenneth J. Chadwick 
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« Reply #40 on: October 13, 2008, 07:02:18 PM »

Talking Head:
Learn how to read and follow the posts.

At 12:45 pm I am 100% invested.

Apparently you are stupid.

I told you what I was doing.

I know you hate right wingers, but a lot of us are pretty smart.

We have work ethic and know what we are talking/typing about.
That's why we know what NoBama is all about.


Kenneth J. Chadwick


Do you know what PAPER MONEY IS? I know their are a lot of right wingers that are smart but YOU ARE NOT one of them! Now tell me where the stock market was when you as you put it became 100% invested!  100% invested could mean 2000.00 dollars! So if you invested 2000.00 you may have made  Huh a couple hundred of again PAPER MONEY!
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« Reply #41 on: October 13, 2008, 09:33:59 PM »

Ken,

A fine call - way to go.   bowing

My thought, as someone who lacked the testicles to buy this morning, is that the large majority of the move was short-covering.  While I would love to be able to boast that I picked up 8-10% in one day, I only accomplished that on my previous holdings, which obviously had 4 times that in declines.  That being said, I don't buy into the "opportunity of a lifetime" theory because one day doesn't a market make & there is still lots of rough news on the horizon.  I'm not even sure that this rally will last into Tuesday or Wednesday.  Had I bought this morning, I would have been a seller at the close.

Remember Ken, you sell rallies in bear markets & no one ever went broke taking a profit.
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« Reply #42 on: October 13, 2008, 11:47:37 PM »

Ken,

A fine call - way to go.   bowing

My thought, as someone who lacked the testicles to buy this morning, is that the large majority of the move was short-covering.  While I would love to be able to boast that I picked up 8-10% in one day, I only accomplished that on my previous holdings, which obviously had 4 times that in declines.  That being said, I don't buy into the "opportunity of a lifetime" theory because one day doesn't a market make & there is still lots of rough news on the horizon.  I'm not even sure that this rally will last into Tuesday or Wednesday.  Had I bought this morning, I would have been a seller at the close.

Remember Ken, you sell rallies in bear markets & no one ever went broke taking a profit.

i totally agree.....this economy is in the worst shape it has been since 1929. if you listen to the pros that watched the dow drop a 1000 last week....they said it was orderly with no panic. no circuit breakers were triggered. that means alot more to go before there is a floor under this market,. more pain less gain. can be an opportunity of a lifetime like 1987 was. but, to try and trade this market is totally absurd. the mm's and the fund managers can push the button on this market and a 2 or 3 thousand point drop could difinitely occur. in 1987 it was way worse than this market. in todays market you could have gotten out and sat the sidelines for months and parked your money and waited. 1987 was swift and deliberate without much warning and was broad based.
you can probably bet that the bottom will be reached when the vast majority of average investors will be afraid to jump into the market. good luck if you want to trade this monster
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« Reply #43 on: October 14, 2008, 01:10:24 AM »

Talking Head:

With all due respect to you, George W. Bush, did not cause this financial meltdown.

I must thank the Dems for doing a super F up job.

They Dems gave me the opportunity of the lifetime today.

Thanks Dems.

Back to work.

Kenneth J. Chadwick

Ken:

Congratulations on your score. Me, I hit a $192 exacta at Balmoral recently (the dollar version; I AM thrifty, no debt, no handouts, I actually work, like you, though SOMETIMES your posts seem to suggest you're the only one who does).

Glad the Democrats could help you ... how? By -- and I'm guessing at your interpretation -- single-handedly causing the credit crisis, and thus the stock meltdown? Super.

Should we, like, do it more OFTEN? We can, you know -- between Keynesian socialism (never let it be said the creep is gradual) and abrupt, socialist injections of capital into banking (Democrats, umm .... ) -- we Democrats can feather your nest egg to high heaven, IF you time the market right.

But if, say, politicians and regulators under BOTH parties, over a period of time, created a toxically unsafe investment climate that politicians in BOTH parties now want to REPAIR, would you be as well off?

The choice at the ballot box is clear for you: Hussein!

I'll be honest -- I have railed on this board against the "injustice" done to me by a crisis not of my making. So I admit to being pretty self-involved.

But you, Ken, constantly deflect larger social concerns in favor of extolling your own virtues. We know you work hard, take risks, invest wisely and praise God.

Marxist Socialist Democrats kneel in envy and awe. Good luck with your market-timing.
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« Reply #45 on: October 14, 2008, 07:02:37 AM »

A little preachy this morning.

The Stock market is similar to playing the horses.

There are risks and rewards.

Marty Zweig, a number of years ago, said "Don't fight the Fed (Federal Reserve Board).

Interest rates will move lower.

WHY??

Helps the liquidity crisis.

Helps refinance homes.

Remember lower rates, keeps people in their homes.

We have the team players in place, at least until January 23, 2009.

I also ask myself "if I am so smart, how come I am not a billionaire?

No depression.

Recession until June 30, 2009.  What's in place needs time to get implemented.

Unemployment is a lagging indicator.

Remember, don't follow the herd.  Just like playing chalks.  Looking and searching for value.

That's it, I must do some reading and work to pay for some of my bad habits.


Kenneth J. Chadwick

 
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« Reply #46 on: October 15, 2008, 02:52:24 PM »

 
   is it time to jump in?Huh??   Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

   here we go down again....like a submarine.....dive dive dive.

   dow average 4,500....maybe.   Huh Huh Huh

   this is chinese water torture
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« Reply #47 on: October 15, 2008, 03:01:57 PM »


Wile E. Chadwick, 100% Super Genius.

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« Reply #48 on: October 15, 2008, 03:26:35 PM »

Wile E. Chadwick, 100% Super Genius.




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« Reply #49 on: October 24, 2008, 03:36:11 AM »

Gonna get real ugly today.... Hold on the real crash may be coming
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