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    If you picked, how did you do in terms of the remaining teams in each Division?

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  • #16
    Of course futures are getting hammered in an up market! Why gamble on futures when there is true underlying value in the issues?

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    • #17
      tell me you are kidding, right.

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      • #18
        No Us President Has Ever Lost When The Dow Jones Has Been > 3000


        at the moment we are some 10,000 points above that water mark.


        *discuss*

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        • #19
          No plane had ever hit the WTC before either.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by QuakerOats View Post
            tell me you are kidding, right.
            no, mr. macqueen is dead on the money.

            is there something you would like me to explain to you about this phenomenon?

            let me know, as i am here to help.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by sleeper View Post
              No plane had ever hit the WTC before either.
              perhaps but just blocks away a B-17 has hit the empire state building before, and al qaeda had already tried to blow up the WTC just a couple of years prior.

              despite all of those things in common, your comparison is still a fallacious comparison--a logical fallacy of the first order.

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              • #22
                Wall Street Closes Out Worst Week Of The Year

                http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/0...n_1479138.html

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                • #23
                  another recession is on the way, just in time for the election-thanks Brack

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by bethere View Post
                    perhaps but just blocks away a B-17 has hit the empire state building before, and al qaeda had already tried to blow up the WTC just a couple of years prior.

                    despite all of those things in common, your comparison is still a fallacious comparison--a logical fallacy of the first order.
                    Just for the sake of accuracy, it was a B-25 and it happened in 1945.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by arizonawildcat View Post
                      Just for the sake of accuracy, it was a B-25 and it happened in 1945.
                      thanks for reinforcing my point.

                      i remember bush claiming that no one anticipated a plane being used as a weapon.. hahha.. his dad fought kamikazes in the asian theater.

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by jimmacqueen View Post
                        The Dow always runs about six months in advance of the overall economy, which makes it likely the economy will be steaming by November. That's not good news for romneyites.

                        http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/0...6pLid%3D156946
                        Talk to me now. We have cratered about 10% just since you posted this blather. The inability of the socialist/marxists in Europe to understand that you have to work to earn a living, and the failed socialist policies of obama both continue to haunt our economy. The absence of true leadership is spectacular, but expected from a community activist/agitator.

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                        • #27
                          QuakerOats.....You may be shocked, but as far your "The absence of true leadership" comment is concerned, I agree with you totally.
                          I must say that I have very little regard for anyone in the GOP. In fact, a Romney victory would scare me to death for many reasons. However, in my view President Obama has been a big disappointment.
                          These are times that have -- and still do -- called for strong presidential leadership, i.e. someone who has a clear agenda and does what it takes to get his agenda enacted.
                          This president has failed to do that. Many of you on the right may see him as an evil strongman. I would argue that he is just the opposite -- a person with good intentions who has been unwilling to take the political risks necessary to enact his ideas.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by dorciepatrick View Post
                            QuakerOats.....You may be shocked, but as far your "The absence of true leadership" comment is concerned, I agree with you totally.
                            I must say that I have very little regard for anyone in the GOP. In fact, a Romney victory would scare me to death for many reasons. However, in my view President Obama has been a big disappointment.
                            These are times that have -- and still do -- called for strong presidential leadership, i.e. someone who has a clear agenda and does what it takes to get his agenda enacted.
                            This president has failed to do that. Many of you on the right may see him as an evil strongman. I would argue that he is just the opposite -- a person with good intentions who has been unwilling to take the political risks necessary to enact his ideas.
                            Dorcie,
                            do not know about the intentions, but the bottom line isn't it the result? When I played baseball I tried my best to bunt a runner over to second base...I tried...but failed. The result in all this is what matters!

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                            • #29
                              When this topic started, the Dow was at 13,279.32

                              As of noon today it is at 12,189.52 and still dropping.

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                              • #30
                                The stock market is only this high because investors are building in an inflation premium. Any gains are just hedges against the massive inflation that will be flooded on the market whenever the fed decides to end the charade of giving banks free money.

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