Gotta love ZERO RISK in the SP500 = $$$

Discussion in 'Trading' started by makloda, Jan 27, 2007.

  1. Can't wait for the next 1% dip in the indexes and have all the perma bears come in here and call for apocalypse...

    It's great the bears have no memory, they're like kids feeling the urge to touch the hot oven plate again and again :p
    #1171     Feb 15, 2007
  2. I give in , I am buying into this market, its never going down.
    #1172     Feb 15, 2007
  3. Still bullish until the acquisitions will deplete and new IPO's coming to the market increase.
    #1173     Feb 15, 2007
  4. I agree the extent of this trend has been awesome...and it could certainly continue for who knows how long.
    Just appears to be a little too much euphoria,conviction these days. One day the punch bowl is gonna be pulled and there is going to be one heck of a hangover...and trying to pick the top is futile. fwit...
    #1174     Feb 15, 2007

  5. nice buy on the dip there bro..... congrats on the free money $$$$
    #1175     Feb 15, 2007
  6. Still bullish until the differential between the S&P earnings yield and the 10 yr bond yield reduces to 0. That should happen at S&P 500 at around 1900, or the 10 yr bond at around 6.7%, whichever occurs first. Could be a combination of the two, of course. Either way, the S&P is vastly undervalued compared to the 10 yr bond. The money has to find a place to flow to.

    Here is my blotter for today:
    #1176     Feb 15, 2007
  7. T280


    All the professional traders hide when the price is dipping and use words like "bro" :)
    #1177     Feb 15, 2007
  8. See on the home page where one posted an interview with Michael Steinhardt that appears to echo some of my same sentiments. But...what would he know..right ?? No risk at all baby...( ??)
    #1178     Feb 15, 2007
  9. <i>"Michael Steinhardt, the investment pioneer whose hedge funds returned more than 20 percent a year for almost three decades, says the bull market in U.S. stocks may be coming to an end after more than four years"</i>

    How can anyone take a guy like that seriously? Just another loser in the markets. What a moron!
    #1179     Feb 15, 2007
    #1180     Feb 15, 2007