Meredith Whitney is BEARISH

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bwahahahhahahahahahahahahahahahahahhaha.

Elaine Gazerelli broken clock perma-bear part 2.

She looked just plain foolish on CNBC.

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A stock market bubble is a type of economic bubble taking place in stock markets when market participants drive stock prices above their value in relation to some system of stock valuation.

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Shania Twain wrote: bwahahahhahahahahahahahahahahahahahhaha.

Elaine Gazerelli broken clock perma-bear part 2.

She looked just plain foolish on CNBC.

Shania Twain is Bullish
bwahahahhahahahahahahahahahahahahahhaha.
Ralph Acompora permabull part 2

He just looks plain foolish on Reg Rep

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hey Mel
Thanks for sharing
great insights
How those shorts coming?
Id short more here.

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Shania Twain wrote: hey Mel
Thanks for sharing
great insights
How those shorts coming?
Id short more here.

Who is Mel ?

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It's nice to see finally see what you guys look like

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LET IT RAIN SUCKAS!

THE BUBBLE GROWS SUCKAS!

I CAN'T WAIT FOR YOU TO JOIN ME! I'M THE GUY AT THE FRONT OF THE LINE. I'VE BEEN HERE SINCE 1998 SUCKAS. IN BETWEEN HANGING OUT IN MY MOM'S BASEMENT RE-ENACTING STAR WARS FIGHTS.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3GJOVPjhXMY&feature=related

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HERE IS MY EXTENDED AWESOMENESS!

LET IT RAIN!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TytJRejBWHU&feature=related

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Disney's makin moves

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Who is this meletio guy you guys keep posting about ?

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Bubbletio
You are an idiot. Stop wasting our time.

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THE BUBBLE GROWS wrote:Who is this meletio guy you guys keep posting about ?
What an f'ing loser you are Meletio.
You have 15 screen names and actually take the time to both talk to yourself AND continually change your identity after getting banned.
Sounds like some 13 year old kid that just discovered the internet.
Crawl back into your cave 'sucka'.

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THE BUBBLE GROWS wrote: Who is this meletio guy you guys keep posting about ?

I AM REALLY TIRED OF THE FAKE MELETIO TRYING TO BE THE REAL MELETIO. EVEN THOUGH THIS GUY APPEARS TO BE GAY LIKE ME, HE IS NOWHERE NEAR AS GAY AS I AM.

I AM DISAPPOINTED THAT NOBODY WATCHED MY STAR WARS RE-ENACTMENTS, BUT THAT'S OK.

I REALLY NEED EVERYONE'S APPROVAL AS I AM A HOPELESS INVESTOR WHO TRADES MY $1500 (NOW $1350) SCHWAB ACCOUNT LIKE I AM A PRO. I LIKE A GUY NAMED DR. SHORT, WHO IS AN ENGLISH PH.D. WHO I THINK KNOWS A LOT.

AND I WATCH THUNDERCATS IN MY BASEMENT. THAT IS THE REAL MELETIO. THAT IS WHO I AM. THAT IS WHAT IS GONNA CAUSE IT TO RAIN DOWN ON YOU SUCKAS.

YO JOE!

THUNDERCATS HO!

LET IT RAIN!

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Wow, you guys must really hate this Meletio guy. He seems like a real loser. But in all honesty, you all seem like a bunch of little pussies b/c I read some of his post and he makes a hell of alot of sense. Maybe everyone on this board is in denial about the sad future for their careers.

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You guys sure talk about gay things quite a bit on this board. I thought the purpose was to talk about the mkt and investments.

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I'm brand new to this board as of about 4 hours ago. What a rude welcome

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Have I done something wrong ? Do you know me ?

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What's a mel ?

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THE BUBBLE GROWS wrote:I'm brand new to this board as of about 4 hours ago. What a rude welcomeyou were welcomed?

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ap
Value of loans at biggest banks drops in Sept.
Treasury: value of loans held by 22 largest banks fell for 8th straight month in September

this is why Mer. Whit is correct. the banks crap on the books is declining . the tarp money can't be lent out to people or the capital base shrinks and then they have to raise more money. You guys are f***ed

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Another prediction?

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Moraen wrote: Another prediction?

it's very frustrating talking to retards who only understand buy, buy buy, like their firms tell them to do . does anyone on this entire forum besides me understand how the financial system works. I have never met more people in denial in my life. I understand that you have to keep up this false sense of a recovery in order to get your clients to buy but you are only blowing up the bubble. The end result will be more pissed off clients. you monkeys can only screw them over so many times before they are done for good. good luck

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No one is saying you are wrong, or that they are listening to their firms.

What we are wondering (at least I am) is why do you make predictions like you know where the market is going?

Plus, how do you know we haven't taken money off of the table for our clients on overvalued positions?

Because you assume EVERY stock is overvalued?

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watch cnbc. every single person says that the mkt is going up thru the end of the year. they all say that their is a ton of money on the sidelines. they all say the recovery is substainable. It's like a bunch of cheerleaders. There is zero recovery...the only thing going on is the dumbsh*t analyst had their numbers way too low and companies are beating expectations ( mostly by cost cutting ). Check out the s & p p/e ratio way to high. Check out the VIX way too low. There a sense in the mkt that it's easy money. Anytime the old men at Dunkin Doughnuts are sitting around talking about how much they are making in the mkt..the game is over. It is so obvious it's not even funny. Take money off the table..sh*t ...you should be either all cash or short. This economy is on life support from autos to housing and the second they pull the plug the patient is dead. I understand you have to sell to make money , and most clients don't understand shorting a stock...so if you have any personal money the buy something that bets on the downturn. that way when your clients get clobbered at least you will survive. This a whole new world. Check out how much money over the past ten years was spent using Home equity lines or credit card. This all help companies produce earnings.That money is gone. where is the new batch of spending money coming from...savings ...I doubt it.

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Why are you calling me Mel? and can you explain ? or are you just someone who makes a comment that makes zero sense

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Lets see:

Take some bubble gum and make a bubble. Do you notice that the bigger the bubble gets the bigger mess it makes. welcome to the stock mkt

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mlgone wrote: thats not the way we play newbie.........

u just embarrassed yourself with that comment

Sorry mlgome I forgot one thing . Before you blow up the bubble you're supposed to take the d*** out of your mouth

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mlgone wrote: THE BUBBLE GROWS wrote: mlgone wrote: thats not the way we play newbie.........

u just embarrassed yourself with that comment

Sorry mlgome I forgot one thing . Before you blow up the bubble you're supposed to take the d*** out of your mouth

Tell ur sister I am done then..

Man what a whore

Ok lets try this..dig deep into your tiny brain. you are an FA correct. Why are my comments on the mkt wrong. Lets play like I'm a client for a second. What would you tell me. I know you can do it

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mlgone wrote: your fired

go to schwab

You are worthless..Do you not have an opinion on the mkt. I would really hate to look for you for advice.

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THE BUBBLE GROWS wrote:watch cnbc. every single person says that the mkt is going up thru the end of the year. they all say that their is a ton of money on the sidelines. they all say the recovery is substainable. It's like a bunch of cheerleaders. There is zero recovery...the only thing going on is the dumbsh*t analyst had their numbers way too low and companies are beating expectations ( mostly by cost cutting ). Check out the s & p p/e ratio way to high. Check out the VIX way too low. There a sense in the mkt that it's easy money. Anytime the old men at Dunkin Doughnuts are sitting around talking about how much they are making in the mkt..the game is over. It is so obvious it's not even funny. Take money off the table..sh*t ...you should be either all cash or short. This economy is on life support from autos to housing and the second they pull the plug the patient is dead. I understand you have to sell to make money , and most clients don't understand shorting a stock...so if you have any personal money the buy something that bets on the downturn. that way when your clients get clobbered at least you will survive. This a whole new world. Check out how much money over the past ten years was spent using Home equity lines or credit card. This all help companies produce earnings.That money is gone. where is the new batch of spending money coming from...savings ...I doubt it. Economics 101 (or 102, depending on where you went):Recessions are a necessary part of the market cycle.  Unemployment is also part of the market cycle.  Unemployment causes innovation, innovation spurs growth and creates new wealth.  New wealth enters the market, market goes up.Now, will there be bumps in the road?  Sure.  But one thing is for sure.  History is actually on mlgone and Shania Twain's side.  Is the current trend sustainable?  I don't know.  What I do know, is that if you are analyzing securities, you don't hold them if they are expensive and you don't short them if they are cheap.Not all securities are expensive, and not all are cheap.  So maybe things require a little strategy?

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