Thursday, December 10, 2009

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65 comments:

John said...

Boris

good morning- nice summary

old john

boris said...

Dear John,
Good Morning to
YOu Very Dear Friend

Good Trading
Dear John

boris said...

xerxes said...
Did you hear that Bloomberg mentioned that China was seeking financial aid from USA for some initiatives being promulgated in Copenhagen, dear Boris ... chutzpah :-)

12/10/2009 3:31 AM


xerxes said...
SNB said it was going to stop bond purchases while yesterday Geithner wants TARP extended .... SNB also said it would continue currency purchases ... Buck rallying on the news Dear Boris .... Bloomberg says Spanish bank shares sinking ... so what :-)

12/10/2009 3:35 AM


xerxes said...
Futures surging Dear Boris ... Is the SNB going to intervene now :-)

12/10/2009 3:54 AM


xerxes said...
Bloomberg says George Soros has a net worth north of 10 billion USD ... Breaking the BoE does have its benefits Dear Boris :-)

12/10/2009 4:49 AM


Wanderer said...
Dear Boris,
Good morning.
Thanks and good trading, dear friend.

Bert

12/10/2009 5:54 AM


xerxes said...
Every hour, Bloomberg is reminding us that Greek bonds are declining Dear Boris; no crescendo yet, I think, but they're trying to make hay out of the Baltic states ... This dog isn't running :-)

12/10/2009 6:19 AM


boris said...
Dear Bert,
Good MOrning and
GOod Trading
Very Dear Freind

12/10/2009 6:39 AM


xerxes said...
the relic is trailing futures Dear Boris ... Has it lost its luster consequent to the blowout employment gains down under ....

12/10/2009 6:45 AM


xerxes said...
Some guest chump on Bloomberg says that with rising GDP, positive CPI and turning employment, the reflation trade is dead ... As gold, crude and financials have cratered, confirming this thesis, its time to buy low beta like utilities, tech and tips ... I say GimmeEuros :-)

12/10/2009 6:54 AM


xerxes said...
Check out what Jimmy's doin' Dear Boris:

NEW YORK (Reuters) - "Well-known investor Jim Rogers said on Wednesday he has been buying dollars over the past two months to bet on a near-term rebound, but remains very bearish about the U.S. currency over the longer term.

"Over the past couple of months I have been accumulating U.S. dollars ... because there are too many bears," Rogers told the Reuters Investment 2010 Outlook Summit in New York.

But he said the global financial crisis is merely in a temporary reprieve. Longer term, huge U.S. government debt issuance and a debilitated dollar will drag the world into a deeper crisis, he said.

boris said...

Dmitry Said
Dear Boris , thank you and sorry if I got you angry. I was in a harry to post the question and it probably came out a bit rude.

12/09/2009 11:46 PM


boris said...
Dear Dmitry,
I did not get angry on you
I got angry on myself that I cannot formulate the ideas, concisely and understandably enough to make , Never cause a confusion as to where I stand.

I honestly, thought that I have , somwhere, inadvertently given the idea , that was deserving the question!!!

In any case, I , actually appreciate the question as it gave me opportunity to clarify, what My intentions are( not that market will listen to it(:- ), as there may be others who were not sure, exactly what my thinking on the subject is

Good Trading Dear Dmitry

12/10/2009 12:27 AM


xerxes said...
Good Morning Dear Boris

12/10/2009 1:20 AM


xerxes said...
Bloomberg says that the rating agency, S&P is really an acronym for 'Spain & Pain' Dear Boris ...
Portugal is on credit watch negative as well, I believe they said ... They haven't mentioned the other Mediterranean powerhouse, EU member, Malta, not yet anyways :-)

12/10/2009 1:23 AM


boris said...
Dear Xerxes
Good Morning Dear Friend

MALTA(:- , Yes, I know what you mean

Good Trading Dear Xerxes

12/10/2009 1:34 AM


xerxes said...
The relic dropped some 9 percent Dear Boris, very quietly ... Ominous?

12/10/2009 1:53 AM


boris said...
see relic and other immediate targets on DotNet
Today's MarkeUpdate

12/10/2009 1:59 AM


xerxes said...
9 out of the last 10 years have seen declines in shares in the dec/jan period dear boris ... the oct/nov time frame is usually defined as the danger period ... must be an urban legend :-)

12/10/2009 2:40 AM


xerxes said...
30 min SPX shows a steep declining channel that started about 2 weeks ago with yesterday's rally abutting up against the top ... freefall today Dear Boris :-)

12/10/2009 2:51

boris said...

Emini221
at DotNet

xerxes said...

(AP:WASHINGTON) The U.S. trade deficit unexpectedly narrowed in October as exports surged to the highest level in nearly a year. Growing exports, boosted by a weaker dollar, are expected to boost demand for American manufactured goods in coming months and provide important strength to the overall economic recovery.

The Commerce Department said Thursday the trade deficit fell to $32.9 billion in October, 7.6 percent below a revised September deficit of $35.7 billion. Economists had expected the deficit to increase to $36.8 billion.

The improvement reflected a 2.5 percent jump in exports, led by strong gains in sales of American farm products, autos, aircraft and industrial machinery. Imports rose a smaller 0.4 percent, a gain that was held back by a big drop in oil imports.

Notice, Dear Boris, exports of CARS increased ... I could only think of those clunkers going to Africa or European/Japanese manufacturers rxporting from their transplants

xerxes said...

Geithner is saying that the scrip the gov't prints up is 'capital' ...

boris said...

Update on
NATGAS
OnDotNet
MarketReport

John said...

Boris,

vlo and tso are both doing ok also,

old john

boris said...

Dear John,
As the OIL prices have come down
the INPUT costs ( CRUDE)
have come down for them.
As long as they can keep the prices up at the pump, they can do well.

In good economy, that is not a problem, but in an economy that is not doing too well, they may not be able to to achive that.

So, I am reserved on them.
But as you say. One cannot neglect the fact that they are up.

Good Tradiang Very Dear Friend JOhn

boris said...

I would add
another reservation here.
If was entirely positive about the markets, I would also consider the Refiners.

Unfortunately there too, I come up short.

So, considering both of these reasons. I remain reserved.

Still, If the prices move higher, that talks much louder than I do!

Good Trading Dearest John

boris said...

In the case of NATGAS,
I have no such reservation, because the game we think is definitely worth play is the correctin of

CURRENT PRICING DISTORTIONS
among assets.

It is strictly an asset mispricing play, which , in fact, has the support if the markets+economy are not going to be REALLY GOOD(:-

Good Trading Subscribers

John said...

Boris,

Got it-

old john

xerxes said...

http://www.documentary24.com/the-fabulous-life-of-wallstreet-brokers--341/

And these guys get bailouts Dear Boris :-)

boris said...

They do not get bailouts Dear Xerxes
They get BRIBEOUTS

Good Trading Dear Xerxes

xerxes said...

Shares seem suspended all day at the 5th Dear Boris ...

boris said...

Yes,
Dear Xerxes,
They gave up at the end though

Good Trading Dear Friend

boris said...

Area of Files on DotNet
Contains SwissyProjection 4
for subscribers interest
Good Trading

xerxes said...

Bloomberg says that China is booming now Dear Boris; how high can she fly ...

xerxes said...

Bloomberg says that Kravis is envious of Buffet ... He's manifesting one of those 7 deadly sins, maybe 2, as he wishes he could borrow cheaper ...

xerxes said...

Retail Sales today Dear Boris ....
Bloomberg says correlation is 100% with equities

boris said...

Bloomberg,
Seems to have taken over from
CNBC as a cheerleaders(:-

Long liver Changed Bloomberg

boris said...

Some Musings about market timing
On DotNet

John said...

Boris

Got the message from site

thank you

old john

xerxes said...

EURUSD disappointed by retail sales Dear Boris, at least in the first 15 minutes post release ...

Big gain but mostly in petrol

boris said...

Well, Looks like the Currencies are not able to wrestle Dollar Down, even after 7 day rally!

Interesting, as even I did not expect this much of a strength for now...

Good Trading Dear Subscribers

boris said...

Dear John,
Welcome

Good Trading
Dearest Friend

boris said...

The only question here
is how long can Stock Market can resist the correlation with EURO.
Is it waiting for markets to open and stick it to BOZOS. Has it broken that correlation decisively

We shall see, but need to be ready for all events here
(:-

GOod Trading

boris said...

EMini222 at DotNet

boris said...

EMini222 at DotNet

xerxes said...

Robert Prechter just said that the relic is overpriced and will pull back to where it will once again be 'attractive' Dear Boris but he didn't tell us the price ...

boris said...

Ok, that is how Dear Robert Gets Payed( cannot blame him(:- ). Also, he probably wants to retain rights to bragg about it no matter whatever lower price gold will go to.

Nice Dear Bob.
I , actually, have a lot of respect for this guy as he was able to risk( and ruin, almost(:- ) by declaring the exact dates and prices in his illustrious activity as forecaster.

Good Trading Dear Xerxes
Right Or Wrong, It takes balls to make up the future!

John said...

Boris

I cannot get to site- probably me though

old john

John said...

Boris

I cannot get to site- probably me though

old john

xerxes said...

Jimmy says his next short is UST's Dear Boris, the biggest bubble out there now

xerxes said...

Dear John ... e-mailed Boris about same failure

boris said...

Please be on the lookout.
If market has not broken down the area top, while the currencies have reached respective levels( see Market Report yesterday) then market may be heading higher.
Please be alert today

boris said...

May have to work from here for a while,
Have no contorll over those bastards at the Site!!!

Good Trading Dear John,Xerxes

xerxes said...

We don't know VB parameters Dear Boris

boris said...

Yes, you do
It was on the chart

I am resending the values via email
In the subject

boris said...

There is a war, between Bulls and Bears, at this point.
Real War. It may or may not be decided today though!

Ralph said...

Dear Boris,

Although I have been very busy, I have been following along the past few months trading when I can. Thank you for all you efforts.

I just wanted to take a moment and make sure I wished you and your family a very Happy Hanukka!

xerxes said...

Jimmy told everybody today on Bloomberg that he bought USD's ...
So he gets his reward

boris said...

Dear Ralph,
Thank you I know you are busy and doing things in the background.

I do sincerely wish everybody happy upcoming holidays.

In the first to you and your family.

Then all the subscribers and readers.

Those that are of Jewish faith and/or celebrate the Hanukka! Please accept my best wishes for you and loved ones.

For those do not celebrate this holiday, please enjoy the best of nature/God has to give in whatever you believe.

Just keep the belief. That is what is important. May that be the source of strenght to you and loved ones in coming 2010 and
BEYOND

Good Trading all

John said...

Boris,
Hectic day for you, take a deep breath,


old john

boris said...

THanks Dear John
Yes,
I have been breathing heavy(:-
For sure

Good Trading Dear Friend

boris said...

I shall remind.

YOu must remember the Gold and Currency Values, I gave you yesterday.

YOu can compare them to EURO/SWISSY
GOLD etc.

As you can see:!

GOod Trading Dear Subscriber

boris said...

Watch the market.
It is highly confused at this time
GOldmen are confused

They unable to move the markets they way they used to when there was a vacuum after 666 3/6/2009.

They are now struggling between two goals they have been given

keep the markets up
make profits

It does not work any more

Like the FED mandate

Keep the full employment
Keep the dollar strong

Yes, and I am THE PRESIDENT OF CHINA For sure.

Those goals are no more supportable. Suckers are out of the the market and only pros are fighting for what is left!!!

So, this is a real WAR, in which there will be few winners

Belive me!

GOod Trading

xerxes said...

Isn't this a shot across the Pay Czar's bow by the Goldmen Dear Boris ... Fook with our bonuses and the pension funds go poof :-)

boris said...

Dear Xerxes
Definitely So,
Dear Friend

Good Trading

dimitry said...

.net is on

xerxes said...

Thanks Dimitry but no e-mini in its usual place

boris said...

File is VERIFIED to have been update
EMINI222 on DotNet
Sorry, for ISP outages(:-

Good Trading Dear Subscribers

boris said...

Dear Dmitry,
Thanks for heads up!

Good Trading Dear Friend

xerxes said...

I didn't read all the details of today's retail sales release dear boris but you got to wonder how it was so strong:

The first week of December, typically a lackluster time in the wake of Black Friday, was particularly slow. Sales for the week ended Dec. 5 fell 18% from the prior-week period, which included Black Friday, according to market researcher ShopperTrak RCT Corp. Last year, when the recession was in full force, sales fell a lesser 14%, according to the firm, which compiles shopping traffic at malls and uses sales statistics, as well as Commerce Department figures, for its estimate.

"After solid traffic the first couple of days, it looks like the middle of August out there," said Stephen Baker, vice president of industry analysis for retail watcher NPD Group.

boris said...

Data PIMPS are everywhere.
Anybody and everybody that gethers data thinks they have a mint to print their own money.

IT is fun to read the data, but only the averaging over time is something I can trust and that too, on the relative bases only. Meaning, is it rising, decleining etc. Because I do not trust anything in absolute sense any more.
It is all completely distroted, because they are redefining what the THING means all the time.

As I said they think they have a mint to print mooney

Good Trading Dear Xerxes

John said...

xerxes,

They changed the sampling numbers for the retail sales without mentioning it in the release -- go to Denninger and he mentions the changing of the formula- slick

old john

boris said...

Dear John,
Thanks My Very Dear Friend
EXACTLY.

I do not even try.
I just look at the markets
and hope they look at me(:-

John said...

Boris,

someone emailed me otherwise I would not have known. Did not really care- I expect every word to be a lie and go from there.

old john

Mike Truong said...

dear Boris,

I notice that almost on all occasion, it take much longer to climb the wall of worry than to fall of the other side. For instance, in the latest saga of Xerxes's favorite currency (euro) it took almost 1 whole month (Nov 1 to Thanksgiving) to move up 5 cents on the Euro but only a little over a week (last Thursday to now) to wipe it out and more. Is this why picking bottom is dangerous and difficult while calling tops take so long?

Thanks,

Michael

alexnewbee said...

Dear Boris,

your above statement at 12/11/2009 11:08 AM is one of the best I read in the blogosphere recently.

thank you for this and have a great WE.

boris said...

Dear Michael, what is really going on is that you have the Bottoms made on FEAR and tops made on GREED. It takes a long time to put people to sleep/comfortable(:- with their long positions. Once they are hypnotised in large numbers they then need new ones to distribute and it takes time for that as new scuckers keep coming, as they do not want to miss next move up. Their RECENT memory dictates that behavoir. Once they SUCKERS are all in the selling starts and you need to do that fast, because you do not want lampens to wake up and sell on you. So there the bottoms are spike and happen on on fear and tops are rolling and happen in longer time frame on greed.

Good Trading Dear Miachael

boris said...

Dear Alex,
I think, it will take some time for Lampen to come out of their COMA caused by last decline and many of them may , simply, never come out, because they may(unfortunately) before they ever decide to invest again. That is what happens in older populations. So, I conclude that together with the volume indications, the Lampen are not in the market and are not just about to get back in. They will get back in if Dow Makes new highs. That could wake them up.

For that reason. I believe that usual Contratianism based on watching the Magazines for covers will not work. Cause Magaizens write , but nobody reads them any more( at least not attentively enough to act). So, there.

Now, I do not want to carry this too far, because, as a trader, I do not want to corner myself with ideas, OUTSIDE of what market gives and as such I may decide to go long the market Monday Morning(:-

But please everybody forgive me , my intellectual moment when I wrote that note Dear Alex

(:-

Good Trading Dear Alex and All

xerxes said...

It's perfectly legal for both members of Congress and their staff to use inside knowledge about upcoming legislation to play the stock market.

For example, let's say Congress is quietly preparing to pass a bill that helps the dairy industry. Before the public is aware of Congress's intentions, our elected leaders and their staffer can invest in dairy companies that stand to benefit from the bill. Then, they can pass the bill and watch the stock take off. Critics call it a form of legalized insider trading. .....

There are no limits to the benefits of government work Dear Boris ...

xerxes said...

"Oakland to compensate cops for dressing time"

The agreement draws to a close a three-year legal fight that began with a 2006 federal lawsuit filed by Officer Bob Valladon, former president of the Oakland Police Officers Association, over the issue of "donning and doffing," in which officers said they weren't being paid for the time they spent putting on and taking off their uniforms."

I wonder why the city didn't deduct micturition and bowel evacuation time as time 'spent away' from work