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Mideast Stocks Plunge As Trade Woes, Regional Conflict Bite

Let's hope this isn't a preview of what to expect on Monday.

Let's hope this isn't a preview of what to expect on Monday.
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4 comments on “Mideast Stocks Plunge As Trade Woes, Regional Conflict Bite

  1. Anonymous

    Time to sell stocks like FANGMAN is long overdue. I’ve been wrong for a long time on my ‘s but I’ll be right eventually….

    • Like you I got premature (way early ) this time but on the brighter side missed the violent swings in 2000 as well as 2009….Nobody gives you a 48 hours notice on events like Mondays promises to become and selling at this late juncture is about like trying to leave the theater in a fire.. You can definitely get whiplash from a reflex rally that most surely promises to be a ‘dead cat bounce’ ( apologies to my kitties)
      I’ll go out on a limb and speculate that Monday is memorable primary reason is the system is running out of excuses , the boy having cried Wolf too often already….

    • Anonymous

      You must be Soros or something thinking you have the capital to move $10 trillion in market cap any sort of meaningful direction outside their current trading range.

      Sure, fear is warranted. But be reasonable. Go back to loading up on SP500 puts or triple-levered short ETFs and quit pretending FANGMAN gives a crap that you think their PE is too high

  2. Here’s a Bloomberg headline sure to play well when U.S. markets open Monday:

    Trump Aides Say He Has Power to Force U.S. Companies From China
    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-08-25/trump-aides-say-he-has-power-to-force-u-s-companies-from-china

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