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Barth Vapor
TheRealBarth 3 minutes ago
@Spongebob trollpants and John Doejunior, congratulations on your calls lately gents. Finally someone has been listening to my incessant fist pounding the table that this baby was heading up, brexit already baked in. You fellows drove it home, and imo, deserve traders of the week. That's right- not Cos, not Bev, not Shadow, but you two. Congrats on your success, once again brothers. Tonight we will drink in your honor. Cheers :)
ESponge Twothousand
ESponge Twothousand 17 minutes ago
The ability for companies to borrow money for free and use that money to buy their own stock eliminates the possibility for any pullback in the stock market, but it can cause commodities to outperform stocks.
Erin McGuire
Erin McGuire 34 minutes ago
The next non-farm payrolls report is coming Friday, July 8, 2016. The consensus estimate for non-farm payrolls is 180,000 jobs created in June. If we get another bad number of around 38,000 or less, the stock market could crash.Right before a Bear market, the consensus estimate and the actual number of jobs usually diverge. For example, in January of 2008, the consensus estimate was for 63,000 jobs created in December of 2007. The real number was 19,000. A month later, in February of 2008, the consensus estimate was for 25,000 jobs created in January of 2008. The actual number was -86,000 as the Bear market began. Today, we have a similar divergence according to Reuters polling.
Nad Smada
Nad Smada 31 minutes ago
Job market ****** Ive been looking
Erin McGuire
Erin McGuire 31 minutes ago
A stock market crash in July could be coming straight at us. The Federal Reserve illusion of an improving US economy came to an end with June’s Employment Situation report. Economists thought the US economy created 160,000 jobs in May. The actual number was a shocking 38,000. 38,000 was the lowest number of jobs created in a month since 2010.The illusion that the economy was getting stronger ended. The Fed had to come clean and admit that no new rate hikes were coming. The non-farm payrolls report proves that the economy is not strong enough for a rate hike.
Nad Smada
Nad Smada 31 minutes ago
S u c k s
Winter Soldier
Winter Soldier 28 minutes ago
They will blame the UK exit from the EU for any bad numbers...when really the situation just isn't that rosy in the first place.
ESponge Twothousand
ESponge Twothousand 20 minutes ago
Market isn't crashing anytime soon
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