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    SIRI intraday Tuesday 7-14-09

    Who gives a shit anyway?

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    Hey Irish . . . wonder if they'll ever bring that to TV Land? Love the one where "cousin Cynthia's" car gets smashed by the wrecking ball . . .


    That show definitely had it's moments,and that episode is a classic...


    here ya go Irish . . . Enjoy!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IrKXQ3Qmq5o

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    Quote Originally Posted by imromo24 View Post
    Who gives a shit anyway?
    Good Morning Romo and all,

    Ran out of coffee this morning, did we?
    Pre market started out encouraging at .45
    but quickly settled in at .39.

    Another day. Ya, your right who does!


    Julie

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    Watching CNBC last night was rather depressing....A smart looking gentleman expressed similar opinions to what Big Ben was saying and that we won't see any action in the market until the unemployment number reverses.

    Nothing matters if we haven't started creating new jobs. Expect to get jerked around in the market until growth in jobs occurs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by julietoo View Post
    Good Morning Romo and all,

    Ran out of coffee this morning, did we?
    Pre market started out encouraging at .45
    but quickly settled in at .39.

    Another day. Ya, your right who does!


    Julie
    LOL, yes. I laughed and laughed at the opening post...but yes, its how im feeling right now, we should have known that this was the way it was going to be. Until the unemployment rate turns we shouldn't have too high of expectations.

    Just such a let down after we were getting so much good news. I would have liked to seen us break .50 and hang out in the low .50 instead of high .30 low .40 again.

    As Bill would say, look back a few months, Im sure if you look at it as far as growth, we are hanging in the high .30's now and not .34.

    Although, if we do hit .34 I'll cancel my GTC order of TRN at $12.24.

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    The current action, and lack of crossing the .50 barrier is reinforcing to me what was said a long way back, that if we break .50 were going to .60 or .70 fast.

    That would be a great 2Q CC...approx 3 week countdown to 2Q CC...start the clock!

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    Quote Originally Posted by imromo24 View Post
    Watching CNBC last night was rather depressing....A smart looking gentleman expressed similar opinions to what Big Ben was saying and that we won't see any action in the market until the unemployment number reverses.

    Nothing matters if we haven't started creating new jobs. Expect to get jerked around in the market until growth in jobs occurs.
    Romo,

    I know first hand, living here in Michigan, just how depressing
    the economy is, regarding the auto industry.

    But having said that, there has been some very encouraging
    news around these parts. Many family and friends, who
    are working for the auto companies, Ford and GM, are returning
    to work. And, production has picked up considerably where
    overtime is scheduled.
    My friends at the dealerships, especially Ford's are commenting
    on the increased auto sales. As I drive by the dealership, Ford,
    on my way home from work I can see activity, where months
    earlier, there was nothing.

    Cheer up, the glass is half full.

    Julie

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    That is it. Siri did not go to down to 0.35 but yesterday's action indicates that it reached support @ 0.38.

    Indecision betwen buyers and sellers so they settled at 0.38 and created a Harami Cross. The appearance of a Harami Cross, increases the likelihood that the trend will reverse.

    The futures indicate a higher open. I believe, if ya'll swing trade, this is a buying opportunity. I'd buy if the price is above 0.38 after 2:00 pm
    Last edited by Siriusowner; 07-14-2009 at 10:35 AM.

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    Good Morning Everyone and Imromo,good opening line think it sums up everybody's mood right about now..all this great news and nothing,well it is moving up slowly,so that is good i guess..

    Opens at .3893 and light vol again in Pre-market,but can't figure out where these selling shares arev coming from in the .30's? guess it is people who bought nin the low .30's..

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    Quote Originally Posted by imromo24 View Post
    Watching CNBC last night was rather depressing....A smart looking gentleman expressed similar opinions to what Big Ben was saying and that we won't see any action in the market until the unemployment number reverses.

    Nothing matters if we haven't started creating new jobs. Expect to get jerked around in the market until growth in jobs occurs.
    Hes lying. And a bad one. Most smart investors know that unemployment is a lagging indicator. If you wait till then, youll probably miss some of the bigger gains.

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