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  1. Forex Fraud http://www.forexpeacearmy.com/forex-forum/...ud-lawsuit.html I wish they would look at some of the Marketmaker Brokers Cheers aus
  2. Hi gang, Thought I would pop my head in the door .............been over at forex, waiting till its safe to come back to the stock market.........not safe yet, me thinks. http://www.actionforex.com/fundamental-ana...-2009040784263/ "Equity markets are once again dancing to the voices of wise market sages who are sounding off about further declines for stocks. Hungarian billionaire George Soros, head of the Quantum Fund hinted that investors really don't get it at present as he told Bloomberg television that the banking system is actually insolvent and that what we're living through is a once in a lifetime event. Boom and Doom's Marc Faber, who originally lit the blue touch paper sending stocks into the relative stratosphere when he recently predicted a bold new bull market, turned tail even if only temporarily, and now prefers a 10% decline before stocks can rally into July." If these guys will "tip me the nod" before they change their minds again? cheers aus
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    QUOTE (arty @ Monday 27/10/08 12:58pm) Hi Arty, [Rather than speculating (gambling) where it's cheap enough to buy, why not wait for increasing volume supporting an increasing price?] ************************************************************ I reckon that is simple and sound advice that is suited to most stocks in this enviroment. the market is revaluing almost everything at this point in time. cheers aus
  4. sounds like good plan to me..............what sort of entry price do you hope for? i was hopeing for low 80s http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/tongue.gif cheers aus
  5. In reply to: Tylergold on Thursday 02/10/08 01:48pm Hi Tylergold ..........If the 12 dissenting lawmakers dont change their minds this time they had better "enter the witness protection program" http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/lmaosmiley.gif cheers aus
  6. Classic Dan Special ! http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/tongue.gif cheers aus
  7. In reply to: early birds on Thursday 25/09/08 12:55pm Hi EB, yes I'm long .....I need another 200 points to get me back in the green http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/lmaosmiley.gif Stuffed up a few days ago.............. went to bed in profit........... woke up http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/thumbdown.gif I 'm confident DOW will rise in the short term. politicians need to plug the leaking boat now! and worry about who pays for the corks tomorrow! cheers aus
  8. DOW futures seem pretty jumpy ? cheers aus
  9. Hi Guys...did you get the CMC "pop up" now they will accept shorts "if they feel like it" what a joke!! cheers aus
  10. Does This mean an up day on the ASX?? As you may be aware ASIC and the ASX have in effect banned the creation of new short positions in securities, registered managed investment schemes and certain other government securities. In support of an orderly market CMC Markets is prohibiting shorting the following Australian Share and Sector CFD instruments from 9am (AEST) Monday, Sept 22nd 2008: 1. TAL - Tower Australia Group 2. BOQ - Bank of Queensland 3. BEN - Bendigo and Adelaide Bank 4. IAG - Insurance Australia Group 5. Sun - Suncorp-Metway 6. AMP - AMP Ltd 7. MQG - Macquarie Group 8. SGB - St George Bank 9. QBE - QBE Insurance Group 10. ANZ - Australia & New Zealand Bank 11. NAB - National Australia Bank 12. CBA - Commonwealth Bank 13. WBC - Westpac Bank 14. MCW - Macquarie Countrywide 15. CGF - Challenger Financial Services Group 16. IFL - IOOF Holdings 17. ROK - Rock Building Society 18. WBA - Wide Bay Australia 19. AXA - AXA Asia Pacific 20. BNB - Babcock and Brown 21. PPT - Perpetual 22. HGI - Henderson Group 23. AUW - Australia Wealth Management 24. AUSFINANCE - Australian Finance Sector If you currently hold an open short position, you are not forced to close this and if you need to sell in order to close a long position your order will also be accepted. International regulators have formalised a similar position and we anticipate that other regulators and authorities around the world will make similar announcements. We will do our best to keep you informed of any changes. Should you have any questions regarding this, then please contact the Client Services team: Telephone: 1300 660 262 Outside AUS: + 61 2 8221 2180 Email: clientservices@cmcmarkets.com.au Best regards, The CMC Markets Team
  11. Hi Dan EB.......have you ever seen anything like this? 1000 points up from its low less than 24 hours ago!! cheers aus
  12. In reply to: moses on Thursday 07/08/08 01:39pm QUOTE The problem with losing the local banks for day to day dealings and having to deal with the mega banks will become a fact of everyday life when you try to get a loan and have to explain everything to “Emma†in Mumbai at extension 2197. Thanks Moses http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/lmaosmiley.gif cheers aus
  13. Australia Facing `Once-in-100-Year' Housing Slump July 31 (Bloomberg) -- Australia may be headed for a housing recession similar to those roiling the U.S. and U.K. The cause is a combination of rising default rates, the biggest drop in home prices in five years, the highest borrowing costs in a decade and slowing economic growth. Prices in the property market -- described by the International Monetary Fund in April as one of the world's most ``overvalued'' -- will fall 30 percent by 2010, according to Gerard Minack, senior economist at Morgan Stanley in Sydney. Prices dropped in all of Australia's major cities last month for the first time since just before the Great Depression. http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=206...8nJE&refer=home http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/icon14.gif cheers aus
  14. In reply to: colliedog on Saturday 26/07/08 02:19pm Hi, Colliedog as far adware removers........... some are ok others are in fact adware themselves . I had some other adware infection a few weeks ago .......eventualy I used the free one at microsoft.com windows live protection. Also spysweeper from webroot seems ok hope this helps cheer aus
  15. July 21 (Bloomberg) -- Investors worldwide are betting more than $1 trillion on a collapse in stock prices http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=206...wvrM&refer=home http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/unsure.gif cheers aus
  16. In reply to: Danville on Friday 18/07/08 06:44pm "It seems that we have the beginnings of what could be a multi-week rally " these guys sure hope so! Investors riot in Pakistan as market tumbles Benchmark down for 15th straight session; loses 27.5% this year so far http://www.marketwatch.com/news/story/inve...E2F39FC10A11%7D cheers aus
  17. In reply to: early birds on Friday 18/07/08 07:30pm good scalping EB http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/tongue.gif Im still short but I've got my finger on the eject button.....still feel it could drop back tonight cheers aus
  18. In reply to: early birds on Friday 18/07/08 04:32pm Hi EB I took a little short on DOW this morning http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/tongue.gif I'm sort of following Dans thoughts.... if the rally was driven mainly by forced short coverings then we need some good news to go higher ....not sure if citi will do it....still a gamble. cheers aus
  19. QUOTE (Danville @ Friday 18/07/08 09:39am) Hi Dan, I reckon you are spot on ........ U.S. Futures Fall on Google, Merrill, Microsoft Earnings Misses By Lynn Thomasson and Elizabeth Stanton July 18 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. stock-index futures retreated after Google Inc., Merrill Lynch & Co. and Microsoft Corp. missed analysts' profit estimates, indicating the market's two-day rally may be short-lived. http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=206...IOhs&refer=home cheers aus ps I might go short now
  20. Hi EB, I might venture out of my foxhole http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/lmaosmiley.gif PPT we need you http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/wub.gif cheers aus
  21. In reply to: Danville on Tuesday 01/07/08 08:04pm will it never end? http://www.upstreamonline.com/live/article158363.ece Crude rebounds on Iran-Israel row Wire services Crude rose more than a $1 today after slipping from a record above $143 a day ago as tension surrounding Iran's nuclear programme returned to focus and outweighed concerns over eroding US demand. US crude rose $1.15 cents to $141.15 a barrel by 0607 GMT, while London Brent crude rose $1.08 cents to $140.91. Fears of crude supply and flow disruption in the Middle East, as the Iran-Israel row over Tehran's nuclear developments escalates, had helped pushed crude to a $143.67 peak yesterday. "The market has been worried about the tensions involving Iran and that remains a supportive factor for the oil price," said David Moore, a commodities analyst at the Commonwealth Bank of Australia in Sydney. In a war of words between the Iranian and US military, Iran's Revolutionary Guard said Tehran would impose controls on shipping in the Middle East Gulf and Strait of Hormuz if it were attacked. The US Navy's Fifth Fleet said the US and its allies would not allow Iran to hamper shipping in the Gulf. Roughly 40% of the world's traded crude moves through the narrow waterway separating Iran from the Arabian Peninsula.
  22. QUOTE (Danville @ Friday 27/06/08 05:19pm) thanks Dan good read.......scary stuff, Gee look at the oil price $141 just now.....surely it must be close to a top? (short term) cheers aus
  23. In reply to: crowman28 on Friday 27/06/08 12:13am Oil up back up to $138 http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/grrr.gif cheers aus
  24. QUOTE (crowman28 @ Tuesday 24/06/08 07:54pm)
  25. [my logical is if globle economy going to be stuffed, why BHP still near all time high?? if that is wrong case, then why NAB can't make more money than few years ago?? one has to be right!! ] Thanks EB, your logic makes sense I got a quick profit on NAB http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/tongue.gif out again now though cheers aus
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