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post #1936 of 4951
thanks @idfnl.

obviously, both of us understand that the preference is rather a result of the effed up interest situation and offers in the US. Conclusio: I don't mind as long the capital works for me.
post #1937 of 4951
Lol, forget it.
post #1938 of 4951
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Lol, forget it.


Think he means he has cash earning nothing that he doesnt need for short term expenses. But ya, ha ha, bit of a word salad.
post #1939 of 4951
I assume the same, Anywho, looks like the pre market is happy. Is this going to turn into another choppy year?
post #1940 of 4951
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I assume the same, Anywho, looks like the pre market is happy. Is this going to turn into another choppy year?

starting to look that way!
post #1941 of 4951
What the hell with AAPL and GOOG, both down big.
post #1942 of 4951
Down big or returning to reality?

I'm ready to go long AAPL.....at $450 LOL
post #1943 of 4951
Need to make my deposit to IRA, only 1 day left >.>. Want to go now, but have an appointment at 12:30 who is 5 minutes late. Have to use the rest room too. People are always either too early, or too late, never on time.

finally 13 minutes later

ugh talks so loud its like she's shouting
post #1944 of 4951
I think the first 1/4's enthusiasm is going a little flat. This has been the 2nd or 3rd year in a row that came out if the gate hard and went flat after it didn't hit expectations, bu overall if you've been in the market since 09, 10 or even mid 11 you've probably seen some serious increase in prices overall.
post #1945 of 4951
Gonna buy Appl for the long haul.
post #1946 of 4951
Natural gas.
post #1947 of 4951
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Natural gas.

Is dead.
post #1948 of 4951
heh, japan contributing 60 bil to the IMF firewall. Did they forget that they have 10 trillion debt themselves, 2x their GDP =_=
post #1949 of 4951
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Natural gas.

Is dead.

For now...not long ago Exxon bought XTO which was basically a bet on Natural gas. They're harvesting it for a very low price, but I believe XOM sees a future in natural gas, so I'm not quick to write it off.
post #1950 of 4951
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post

For now...not long ago Exxon bought XTO which was basically a bet on Natural gas. They're harvesting it for a very low price, but I believe XOM sees a future in natural gas, so I'm not quick to write it off.

I don't know, didn't T Boone Pickens tell me that wind farms were the next thing. Americans love drilling though, no matter what happens to the environment.

Edit: Generally, I think we should raise the gas tax. At least we should here in Maryland where it was actually up for debate in the state legislature.
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