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now is probably a good time to do so. There is not much between us now and the 42k level (where we gapped up on the 18th). - and given the speed of the correction, I seriously doubt that level is going to hold. We should break around 2000 points from here in the next week building up to the next ECB meeting. From there - maybe Mario and crowd can come up with an ECB QE program AND - stop those pesky Greeks from threatening to leave the Euro.
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Mama told me there'd be days like this!
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might as well be clowns waff balloons, nobody cares about the geeks, if you gonna make up a bs story , at least make it slightly believable, und , this would have been even more believable a 1000 (2.5%) ago.
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JSE caught in a place where we correcting not much of an uprun as the US.But i agree, Draghi and ECB QE may settle this. As for the Greeks, is it not that the Germans want them out more than the Greeks wanting to leave?
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well, we are carving through that gap on the 18th like it was butter. And this kind of momentum will carve through the 41k level like butter too. We need a stimulus announcement bad - maybe one out of China again (the rumors re starting to circulate) or the ECB
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So what does one this as an opportunity to buy so start 2015 on the right note?
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So what does one this as an opportunity to buy so start 2015 on the right note?
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So what does one this as an opportunity to buy so start 2015 on the right note?
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Stay out of the market, or alternatively you can take up short positions.
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A Greek exit would cause a run on Greek banks, bankrupt them overnight and that would contaminate the rest of Europe as investors panic over will Italy etc be next. It would be a disaster for Germany and probably everybody else, including us. It aint going to happen.
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