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Dow Up 250 Ish, Ftse Up 100 Ish


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Dow Largest daily percentage gains (Wikipedia alert...)

1 1933-03-15 62.10 +8.26 +15.34

2 1931-10-06 99.34 +12.86 +14.87

3 1929-10-30 258.47 +28.40 +12.34

4 1932-09-21 75.16 +7.67 +11.36

5 2008-10-13 9,387.61 +936.42 +11.08

6 2008-10-28 9,065.12 +889.35 +10.88

7 1987-10-21 2,027.85 +186.84 +10.15

8 1932-08-03 58.22 +5.06 +9.52

9 1932-02-11 78.60 +6.80 +9.47

10 1929-11-14 217.28 +18.59 +9.36

11 1931-12-18 80.69 +6.90 +9.35

12 1932-02-13 85.82 +7.22 +9.19

13 1932-05-06 59.01 +4.91 +9.08

14 1933-04-19 68.31 +5.66 +9.03

15 1931-10-08 105.79 +8.47 +8.70

16 1932-06-10 48.94 +3.62 +7.99

17 1939-09-05 148.12 +10.03 +7.26

18 1931-06-03 130.37 +8.67 +7.12

19 1932-01-06 76.31 +5.07 +7.12

20 1932-10-14 63.84 +4.08 +6.83

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Uh, yeah, you said this a couple days ago and I explained, now you do it again, if you read my post clearly you would see where it said "bear market rally."

I'm probably one of the most bearish on this forum since I expect Dow well below 1000 (one - thousand)

Stop preaching to the converted. :rolleyes:

sorry domo, I must be getting you mixed up with dom then. :unsure:

I thought you were being sarcastic (however I did skim read your reply. I saw the gold top/decline reply after that one & went into automatic qwerty attack mode :D )

yes I remember now as I'm typing, it's dom that hasn't got a clue isn't it. ;)

:)

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I don't know crap but here is someone who is bearish as they come be he thinks a rally has come........short term though it may be

http://globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.com/

Fill your boots if you have the b*lls I guess

the stockmarkets around the world still have a way to drop yet.

Mark my Words. :ph34r:

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the stockmarkets around the world still have a way to drop yet.

Mark my Words. :ph34r:

Don't disagree, not sure if you have read the article through Shedlock is very pessimistic about the markets and USA in general, he ain't a fan of Citi that's for sure

Dont think he is suggesting this is any kind of bottom but there if past experience is anything to go by there will be tradeable points on the downward slope

You should read of his stuff perfect bear food for you, USA centric though

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Don't disagree, not sure if you have read the article through Shedlock is very pessimistic about the markets and USA in general, he ain't a fan of Citi that's for sure

Dont think he is suggesting this is any kind of bottom but there if past experience is anything to go by there will be tradeable points on the downward slope

You should read of his stuff perfect bear food for you, USA centric though

I have read a fair bit of mish's stuff, albeit in web form, not book.

cheers. :)

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the stockmarkets around the world still have a way to drop yet.

Mark my Words. :ph34r:

The Stock Market gyrations while interesting are really just a symptom of the wider crisis in the credit markets.

What is really giving Central Bankers kittens is the prospect of a blowout in the Treasury bond market. One of the main reasons why the BOE has stepped in with QE is to try and put a floor under gilts prices. If bond prices decline and yields start to rise then that will feed through to interest rates and it is game over for the economy for a long time. In the 1930s the US government did not begin buying up their own treasuries in earnest until 1932 which was after the bond market crash (yes this fix has been used before). The British government are applying the treatment earlier in an attempt to head off such an event. Of course academic opinion has long been divided over whether this measure really did do anything to halt the Great Depression. I expect we will be able to judge for ourselves before the year is out.

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