The stuff hits the fan tomorrow!

Discussion in 'Trading' started by BlueStreek, Jan 2, 2007.

  1. slower growth, higher inflation......that is a market I want to invest in!
     
  2. Maverick74

    Maverick74

    Invest? I thought you were a trader. Now you are an investor? LOL.
     
  3. apparently, bluestreek's methodology is this

    call for a market collapse nearly every day

    at some point, he/she/it HAS to be right
     
  4. we actually have news wed, thurs, and fri----market sells off all 3 days starting with tomorrow`s news.


    Bank Reserve Settlement
    MBA Purchase Applications
    7:00 ET
    ICSC-UBS Store Sales
    7:45 ET
    ADP Employment
    8:15 ET
    Redbook
    8:55 ET
    Construction Spending
    10:00 ET
    ISM Mfg Index
    10:00 ET
    4-Week Bill Auction
    1:00 ET
    FOMC Minutes
    2:00 ET
    Motor Vehicle Sales
    4:00 ET
     
  5. we have news practically every week

    regardless, you keep making these predictions

    sooner or later you will be right

    frankly, im a little concerned about the TRANS/DOW divergence
     
  6. I am very interested in this methodology. Has anyone gotten any hard data on it...

    :D :D :D

     
  7. Maverick74

    Maverick74

  8. actually those are better markets to be investing in mav----money will be moving overseas from the us at the start of this year.
     
  9. Maverick74

    Maverick74

    Investing? Are we talking about trading or investing here? This is not EliteInvestor, it's Elitetrader!!!!!
     
  10. Thursday`s news---another excuse to sell off the us markets.

    Weekly Bill Settlement
    Monster Employment Index
    6:00 ET
    Challenger Job-Cut Report
    7:30 ET
    Jobless Claims
    8:30 ET
    Factory Orders
    10:00 ET
    ISM Non-Mfg Survey
    10:00 ET
    Pending Home Sales Index
    10:00 ET
    EIA Petroleum Status Report
    10:30 ET
    3-Month Bill Announcement
    11:00 ET
    6-Month Bill Announcement
    11:00 ET
    Chain Store Sales
    12:00 ET
    Money Supply
    4:30 ET
     
    #10     Jan 2, 2007