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Just one day, but more "red" than I've seen for awhile.....

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  • Hi MikeM,
    No, I did not.....thank you. I still remember seeing them on a small black and white TV. As a child, he was my favorite......always wanting to help. I used to laugh so hard I'd cry. Those were the days...so simple and sweet. On another note, your Bills look awesome. Hope they go all the way!
    God bless
    the Pudd
  • Thanks for the Bills support @Puddnhead. Always the little train that tried harder. If they can get by KC this could be the year.

    I'm with you on the 3 stooges. Also my childhood tv watching. Curly was my favorite. Always felt bad when Moe would put him down.
  • @MikeM this could be the year then…
  • YUK YUK YUK !!!
  • Mona said:

    FD1000 said:

    Let it go down, please. The more, the better...for me.
    What I find funny is when someone "knows" the reason why it went down. So many predictions by so many "experts" have been wrong(link).
    So why did stocks go down? The only true reason is because there are more sellers than buyers.

    Me, me, me. Some things never change do they?

    When you are a good trader, you don't care what markets are doing and why I lost so little today.
  • FD1000 said:

    Mona said:

    FD1000 said:

    Let it go down, please. The more, the better...for me.
    What I find funny is when someone "knows" the reason why it went down. So many predictions by so many "experts" have been wrong(link).
    So why did stocks go down? The only true reason is because there are more sellers than buyers.

    Me, me, me. Some things never change do they?

    When you are a good trader, you don't care what markets are doing and why I lost so little today.

    Here is your big chance FD, you lost little you say, OK, tell us how you are positioned and when you change your allocation, just this once.
  • edited January 19
    wxman123 said:

    “Here is your big chance FD, you lost little you say, OK, tell us how you are positioned and when you change your allocation,”

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  • MikeM said:

    @Puddnhead, did you know it is Jerome "Curly" Howards birthday today. No Yuks... he would be 119.

    "Remind me to kill you later." ---Moe.

  • I watch the red. It's no fun. So far in '22, I'm not reacting. Sitting tight. I'm already positioned the way I want to be. The long-term bet is statistically better than any single day's loss. My losses are at least a bit mitigated because I'm overweight bonds. But the bonds are suffering with rising rates. Will it all come out in the wash? I expect so. I'm not looking to jump on trends. Even my bonds are spread-out into HY, FR, global, domestic, gov't, munis.....
  • Hi Crash,
    I remember that line. He said many times and I loved it. Glad to see you're in bonds. I forget.....where do you live now? Silly me. Want to say Hawaii for some reason. I don't get here much anymore, so I forget. Please forgive me.

    Hank and Wxman123,
    Great posts! He usually gets skinny after such posts, i.e., FD. I'm sure God will justify the silence once he has time. And awe you with the plan he uses

    God bless
    the Pudd
  • edited January 24
    Temporary relief may be coming to major developed economies' equity markets.
  • edited January 27
    @BaluBalu et al

    Everything equity is being thrown to the trash bin; quality or not. Enough of this and the majority of equity becomes called "value" stocks. Still too much money waiting to buy, IMHO.

    Watching.....

    The "red" remark is relative to the first set of data for global markets, as one scrolls down. The clock icon at the right edge indicates full open trading. One will also see blinking of a line, as market numbers change.

    Global Futures and Active/Open Markets

    NOTE: I'll add FINVIZ, mixed markets.

    AND Global etf's, multi-sectors, active real time changes through a trading day.

    Remain curious,
    Catch


  • Not as many country "reds" as with the first post in this thread; but the "red" equity countries have much larger percentages down (as of 11pm, EST).

    Global Futures and Active/Open Markets

    NOTE: I'll add FINVIZ, mixed markets.

    I'll know the outcomes after 7 hours of pillow time.

    Remain curious,
    Catch
  • edited January 27
    Thanks for the links @Catch22.

    Might be helpful to consolidate the 2 “red” threads? Here’s a a more recent one..
    Likely to remain the color of the day for a while.
  • The US is pretty red and between 1.5 to 2% down as of 1 AM EST.
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