Where are all the retards who were complaining about Obama and the market decline?

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by iceman1, Nov 26, 2008.

  1. I don't hear a peep out of the peep-squeaks who were bitching and moaning and whining and complaining like a bunch of pussies on this forum a few days ago.... about how Obama is responsible for the market decline even though he isn't even sworn in yet!

    Blah Blah Blah!

    I didn't think I would find those knucklehead right-wing hypocrites back on here giving Obama high-five and credit when the market began a sharp and unprecedented 4-day run higher !

    Where are you punks now??!


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  2. kut2k2

    kut2k2

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  3. EricP

    EricP

    Hmmm. Not a knucklehead or right-wing Obama basher here... However, I assume your realize that even AFTER the "unprecedented 4-day run higher", the S&P500 is still down over 11% since Obama was elected. Pretty extreme move for a three week period, and not something I'd use as support that "the market loves Obama" or anything of the sort.

    Certainly there is a lot more going on in the market that reflecting the consensus on the new president elect. But, if you want to imply that the 4-day rally is Obama related, then you have to similarly look at the entire market performance since election day, and it's not pretty.
     
  4. I wrote an article for an internet site who publishes my stuff that was REJECTED for being too political. My article PRAISED Obama for the selections to his economic team. I view inflationists like Geithner as conciliatory toward asset holders. What's good for longs will not be good for hourly wage earners.

    I was buying the market since the moment Emanuel was picked-I was stopped on that entry-and I loaded up long on Geithner moments after taking an 8k loss on some earlier longs. I made 4x what I lost establishing the position. The play was bullish. Just like the earlier Obama play was bearish. Any hint that Obama wasn't Chavez incognito was a buy opp. Period.

    Effectively trading events, perception and sentiment is to place yourself in the mindset of participants and recognize the organic quality of shifting moods. Ying-yang. You ain't smart enough to get it.
     
  5. Good point. I don't think the OP is much into critical analysis. He's more the knee-jerk type, from what I've seen.

    Pabst, if you can't agree with the iceman about market dynamics, you can at least find some common ground in your mutual fear of (latent love of ) homosexuals.
     
  6. Another stupid thread. WTF, you let a nut learn how to type and every bit of junk comes out of his head into ET. Zonk!
     
  7. Opposition to homosexual marriage and adoption is hardly tantamount to prejudice or fear of homosexuality. That's why your deductive capabilities put you in the clown catagory......