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Do you get spooked by "October" ?
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post Posted: Jun 16 2008, 11:41 AM
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post Posted: Nov 1 2006, 07:53 PM
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In reply to: nipper on Wednesday 01/11/06 09:08am

Sometimes the times are different to other times.

Have a good one

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post Posted: Nov 1 2006, 08:08 AM
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In reply to: crowman28 on Wednesday 27/09/06 08:51pm

gee whiz, terrible month, up 4%, best month in 5 years.

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post Posted: Sep 27 2006, 08:51 PM
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In reply to: acd on Wednesday 27/09/06 07:42pm

Pump until end of this month, let this dive till mid-Oct, then rally towards November election.

This works well I think.

post Posted: Sep 27 2006, 07:42 PM
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In reply to: crowman28 on Monday 25/09/06 07:22pm

There is a Friday the 13th in this October!

post Posted: Sep 27 2006, 05:16 PM
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In reply to: rubba81 on Wednesday 27/09/06 05:11pm

rubba, there is bagging and there is beyond bagging. That was bagging to a ridiculous extreme IMO

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post Posted: Sep 27 2006, 05:15 PM
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In reply to: rubba81 on Wednesday 27/09/06 04:45pm

Prescott Bush was actually a banker and was financing the Nazi war machine, when he was brought up in front of the U.S. congress he received a slap across the wrist. All this whilst his son, George Bush Snr was fighting the Japs in the Pacific.

If any of you are really keen, do some research on the huge German pharma that produced the gas that killed so many Jews during WW2, have a gig at the board of directors on the German and American side - funny enough you will find more bankers, one of which is credited with setting up the U.S. federal Reserve back in 1913 - then do a bit more research - you will see that during the allied bombing campaign of Germany the U.S War Dept and British War Dept spared this Mobs industrial sites, not one freaking bomb touched them.

As you may already have guessed, I hate bankers

post Posted: Sep 26 2006, 05:16 PM
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In reply to: rubba81 on Tuesday 26/09/06 04:26pm

When the bulls get carried away, that is the most vulnerable times. wink.gif

post Posted: Sep 26 2006, 04:26 PM
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the more you talk about it, the more unnecessary panic it can create wacko.gif

post Posted: Sep 26 2006, 12:34 PM
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In reply to: early birds on Monday 25/09/06 05:09pm

I reckon no as well, agree with u EB
Good to see on the bulls side!

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