Making Money on Pakistan Events

Discussion in 'Trading' started by ehsmama, Dec 27, 2007.

  1. ehsmama


    The best way to make money out sh!t happening in Pakistan in my opinon is to buy INP ( ETN for India) which is down 5%. A good 5-6% move tomorrow might happen if Indian markets recover before the US opens tomorrow.
  2. Pakistan is going to nuke the mountains on the border with afghanistan to clear out al-quida and the taliban.

    The CIA is the engineer of this assassination, and the nuclear response that will follow. That way the americans "had nothing to do with it", and boy george gets to claim victory against his biggest enemy before leaving office.

    stay tuned
  3. Hi,
    this is my first post. i was interested by your comment. could you elaborate more on this....

    when i saw the news on the internet i suspected the C.1.A was behind it, but didnt know why.

    So whats the next war to fund the military industrail compelx? Paki's vs India?


    Four shot dead at Pakistan rally: police

    27/12/2007 12:25:03 PM GMT
    ISLAMABAD (AFP) - Four people were shot dead and three wounded at an election campaign rally for former Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif, police said.

    Revolution must to keep country's solidarity intact: Nawaz GUJAR KHAN, Pakistan, Dec 27 (APP): Revolution is the only option to keep the solidarity of the country intact, former Prime Minister and PML-N leader Nawaz Sharif said at a huge election meeting in Gujjar Khan town of Punjab province on Thursday.
  6. ajna


    Anyone know of a Pakistan ETF or closed end mutual fund? I'm thinking short Pakistan and Long India. Probably a good idea long term anyway, regardless of today's events.

    Benazir supporters take anger to the streets ISLAMABAD, Dec 27 (Reuters) - Angry supporters of slain opposition leader Benazir Bhutto took to the streets of Pakistani cities on Thursday, from the Himalayas to the southern coast. The unrest was predictably fiercest in Bhutto's native Sindh province and its capital, Karachi. “Police in Sindh have been put on red alert,” said a senior police official. “We have increased deployment and are patrolling in all the towns and cities, as there is trouble almost everywhere,” he said. Reports said security was deteriorating in Karachi, where thousands poured on to the streets to protest. At least three banks, a government office and a post office were set on fire, a witness said. Tyres were set on fire on many roads, and shooting and stone-throwing was reported in many places. Most shops and markets in the city shut down. At least 20 vehicles were torched in Sindh’s second biggest town of Hyderabad. There were also small protests in Rawalpindi and the nearby capital, Islamabad. Protesters blocked roads with burning tyres and chanted anti-Musharraf slogans in Muzaffarabad, capital of Azad Kashmir. Police said they had been ordered to block the main road between Punjab province and Sindh province, apparently to stop the movement of protesters. Disturbances were also reported in the southeastern city of Multan, although details were sketchy. In Lahore, capital of Punjab province, Bhutto party workers burnt three buses and damaged several other vehicles, police said. (Posted @ 22:38 PST)

    Traffic jam in Karachi, vehicles set ablaze KARACHI, Dec 27 (APP)- Karachiites experienced worst traffic jams as angry mobs set ablaze scores of public and private vehicles, and made bob-fires on all major roads after the news of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto's assasination. PPP supporters also fired in air which created panic, resulting in severe traffic jams. Korangi Road, Shahra-e-Faisal, University Road, M.A..Jinnah Road, Shahra-e-Pakistan, Shaheed-e-Millat Road were worst affected. (Posted @ 22:08 PST)

    Court, banks ablaze in caretaker PM's hometown JACOBABAD, Pakistan, Dec 27 (AFP) The main court, banks and other buildings were set on fire in Jacobabad, hometown of Pakistan's caretaker prime minister Mohammedmian Soomro after Benazir Bhutto's assassination Thursday, an AFP reporter said. Mobs also torched several shops, including some belonging to relatives of Mr. Soomro, said residents of the city, in the Sindh province. Portraits of Soomro were also set on fire while demonstrators took to the streets, blocking roads and a railway track. (Posted @ 21:46 PST)

    Ten vehicles, a bank torched in Hala town Hala, Sindh, Dec.27 (PPI): At least ten vehicles and a bank were set ablaze Thursday evening by the enraged people in Hala, the hometown of party's central leader Makhdoom amin Fahim. Enraged people also burnt tyres and blocked traffic in Shahdadpur, another town of Sindh province. Reports of angry protests were also pouring in from other parts of Sindh province. (Posted @ 20:58 PST)
  10. Ok we get the point... there is news at that link you keep posting. Does it have to be continually posted? i'm getting an email for everyone.
    Thanks :)
    #10     Dec 27, 2007