Discussion in 'Trading' started by Samson77, Sep 9, 2005.


  1. Yes

    8 vote(s)
  2. No

    17 vote(s)
  3. Don't Care

    9 vote(s)
  1. Well there you have it folks!

    The DIA and the SPY have now tested the 5 year highs on low volume and an incredibly negative economic environment.

    Record oil
    Rising rates
    A disaster that will COST net -Billions.

    So have we topped?
  2. of course we have topped!!!

    So Clear!

    In my opinion we will continue to climb for a few more weeks. 1 to 2.

    I think the markets are busy absorbing all the 'good' that may come out of Katrina. In theory Katrina will be like throwing the economy a $100 BILLION stimulus package. This is FEDERAL money... not we think someone will invest...

    Think about it and while you are... we should hit higher highs.

    For those that are trying to balance the economics of it... forget it. When mixing the 100 Billion with emotion... you are bound to get a lift. The capitalistic market could care less about the loss of life. Perturbing but unfortunately that is the way the system is set up.

    Now once the idea of stimulus is digested into the markets and then the companies start to underperform WITH it... then we have a meaningful correction in the big picture... But hell if I know when that will happen.

  3. No way, US is too optimistic, we will always advance, dont think differently. Look for what people will spend money on next thats the whole secret to America.
  4. Nox


    As long as people are saying that we have, we really haven't.
  5. Ssssssssshhhh.....
    ET is the greatest contrary stockmarket site in the world!
  6. TGregg


    Great, now the secret's out. Now we gotta fade the faders. ;)

    Curious that he left out one option "Don't know" Guess that wouldn't get many votes anyway.
  7. Well it does not look like Intel and technology are leading the advance.
  8. look at the homebuilding stocks.
  9. Look at the NYSE index relative the homebuilders..

    There is no true leadership in the market.. except for energy..
    #10     Sep 9, 2005