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Feds Use Intimidation to Confiscate WWII Vet's Assets


Added by Prof. Charles Xavier on November 22, 2013 at 1:00pm — No Comments

Why the “Balanced Budget Amendment” is a Hoax – and a Deadly Trap

Why the “Balanced Budget Amendment” is a Hoax – and a Deadly Trap

By Publius Huldah.


You cannot responsibly support a proposed Amendment to Our Constitution unless you have…


Added by Paul Revere on July 12, 2011 at 7:00pm — No Comments

What If It is too Late??

Upcoming elections always bring Hope and excitement. The Nov. '10 anticipation is especially reason for excitement giving that Boucher may get his long overdue retirement. We should all do all we can to nominate and support the best candidate we can find. That is what I intend to do.

That said,…


Added by Edgar Howard on April 12, 2010 at 8:27pm — No Comments

South Carolina Lawmaker Seeks to Ban Federal Currency

Although this article is from the MSM, and shows the worst of poor journalism practices, it still conveys the idea that American's are sick and tired of this sad little Ponsi scheme we call the federal reserve system. What's even better is the over 400 comments, showing both the deep ignorance and astute intelligence of our neighbors. Unless we awake to the fact that we are owned by these Banksters and quickly return to intrinsic value coinage, I'm afraid were really in for a rough ride.… Continue

Added by RoyLamx on February 19, 2010 at 1:42pm — No Comments

The Second Quarter Ends with a Thud as Indexes Notch a Day of Distribution

The second quarter ended in bleak fashion as institutional investors were busy selling holdings. A drop in consumer confidence didn't help stocks as higher oil prices and economic uncertainity were major factors for the drop. There wasn't many places to hide on Tuesday, except for leading stocks. The NYSE indexes suffered heavy volume selling throughout much of the day only to see late day support. Over on the NASDAQ volume was subdued for much of the day until the last 5 minutes when a rush of… Continue

Added by Joshua J. Hayes on July 1, 2009 at 2:27am — 1 Comment

Commodities and Technology Crumble Weakening Leadership and the Overall Market

By Market Speculator

Once again Crude Oil took a major blow Monday as well as other commodity prices. The IMF revised its growth causing panic in the World Recovery thesis. Technology stocks also took a tumble Monday as investors were fleeing technology names. Stocks were simply sold today as sellers wanted to cut loose at all costs. Closing at the lows of the day is a signal that sellers are in full control. Leadership has been showing weakness for the past two… Continue

Added by Joshua J. Hayes on June 23, 2009 at 4:14am — No Comments

The Dow Jones Industrial Average Slips with Crude Oil While the NASDAQ Remains the Leading Index

Friday saw a quadriple witching day pushing volume well above Thursday's level. The Dow Jones Industrial Average had slipped lower closing just short of a distribution day. Over on the NASDAQ, the composite index witness a day of accumulation. However, during the session the indexes were not able to hold the opening move. Sellers took over after the morning frenzy of option traders closing/rolling their positions. Only the NASDAQ was able to close above in its upper range for the day, but… Continue

Added by Joshua J. Hayes on June 22, 2009 at 4:19am — No Comments

Volume Eases Across the Board as NYSE Indexes Ended Higher

by Market Speculator

Thursday's stock market was quite a bore, even with the Philadelphia Fed reading came above the expected number. The reading showed contraction but far less than expected, suggesting things aren't as bad as they may appear. Stocks took notice and jumped higher, but could not hold the highs. From the highs stocks bounced around in lackluster fashion. News from the treasury market still isn't good the Treasury Department announced its largest ever… Continue

Added by Joshua J. Hayes on June 19, 2009 at 6:41pm — No Comments

Stocks Take Another Dose of Distribution While Leaders Continue to Send Mixed Signals

by Market Speculator

For the second straight day in a row stocks were hit again with another day of distribution. The selling wasn't as fierce as it could be as volume lagged behind Monday's level for much of the morning. When selling took over it was then volume began to pick up the pace to surpass Monday's level. Stock market leaders once again flashed mixed signals, but the more we see these leaders fall the more troublesome the market becomes. We did see two… Continue

Added by Joshua J. Hayes on June 17, 2009 at 2:00am — No Comments

Crude Oil and Precious Metals Lead the Market Lower as Volume Rises

Sellers stepped up to the market's doorstep today as commodities took another hit. Crude oil and precious metals led the market lower as the US Dollar rallied. Volume increased from Friday's level but finished below its 50dma suggesting the selling was far from panic selling. More importantly many leaders were able to find support at key moving averages but a few were hit hard. The market did see a lift near the close but is was far from a strong close like we have seen in the past.… Continue

Added by Joshua J. Hayes on June 16, 2009 at 11:24pm — No Comments

A Late Day Surge Lifts Stocks by the Close of the Day as Volume Indicates Wall Street Started the Weekend Early

In front of the market was elections in Iran and new threats being made by North Korea. Despite this potential negative news stocks were able to get a lift at the end of the day by a flury of buying. Much of the day volume had been tapering off much below Thursday's level as stocks sank. Stocks didn't much selling pressure to drive down prices. Showing institutions weren't selling off their holdings in a hurry, a positive sign for this uptrend. On the downside, many leading stocks were hit hard… Continue

Added by Joshua J. Hayes on June 15, 2009 at 4:21am — No Comments

Sellers Jump in Late to Knock Down Stocks from Their Highs but Hold Gains

Late day selling brought the indexes back to their lows of the day settling just above them. Retail sales figures spooked traders sending the retail sector lower. On the other side, crude oil rose to $73 as the commodity continued its trek higher. Mounting pressures from rising yields as well as higher energy costs weighed heavily on the market overall. Leading stocks did not participate in the move higher marking a second straight day of underperformance. Volume came in just above Wednesday's… Continue

Added by Joshua J. Hayes on June 12, 2009 at 10:00am — 1 Comment

Another Late Day Rally Lifts Stocks Off the Bottom but Notch a Distribution Day

by Market Speculator

After gapping higher at the open sellers took over the market sending stocks lower throughout much of the day. Fueling selling was another hiccup in the Treasury Auction as yields once again moved higher. Fears over the credit quality of the United States and inflation is sending Treasury holders to demand higher yields. Crude oil didn't help matters as the commodity hit $71 a barrell. In the face of this bad news buyers stepped up late and… Continue

Added by Joshua J. Hayes on June 11, 2009 at 4:23am — No Comments

Ten Banks Repay TARP Funds as Quality Growth Stocks and the NASDAQ Take the Lead

Quality growth stocks and the NASDAQ took over leadership today as volume rose on the NASDAQ but pulled back on the NYSE. Volume on the NASDAQ ran higher all day long showing the price action had institutional support. Even more important quality growth stocks emerged once again as leaders in the market. Over on the NYSE volume was tempered by the financials as ten banks are set to pay back TARP money. Reaction was mixed from the banks as it was mostly priced into the market. Overall, notch… Continue

Added by Joshua J. Hayes on June 10, 2009 at 3:37am — No Comments

Late Day Support as Stocks Pull Back for the Second Consecutive Day on Lighter Volume

by Market Speculator

Wall Street was a ghost town as volume limped well below Friday's level all day long. As stocks opened lower selling took hold, but selling was well contained as stocks found support throughout the day. It was a bullish sign for the second straight day to clear overbought conditions that existed from last weeks run. Bulls took control at the end of the day pushing stocks near the highs of the day at the close. Once again showing the underlying… Continue

Added by Joshua J. Hayes on June 9, 2009 at 4:56am — No Comments

The SP600 And Nasdaq Lead The Indexes Higher On Friday; Leading IBD Indexes Are Finally Leading The Overall Market

I had a wonderful weekend enjoy this beautiful island of Maui. I don't plan on being here for too many more years and whenever weekends like this come along I AM going to enjoy them. To not would be damn foolish.

I work over 12 hours every day making sure that you are making the money you see below in our current longs and to do that I need my down time. This weekend, despite all the fun I had, I got all my work done for subscribers. However, those of you that come here to see what I… Continue

Added by Joshua J. Hayes on June 8, 2009 at 5:15am — No Comments

Pushing Aside Dismal Economic News Stocks Advance in Higher Volume

Thursday's morning release of economic news did not show signs of a recovery for the US economy. This didn't stop stocks from getting support. It wasn't long after mid-morning stocks began to show signs of life. Volume on the NASDAQ ran hot throughout the day while NYSE volume was running a bit behind. A late day move in stocks helped stocks close out on the highs of the day. The bullish move at the end of the day highlighted the bullish nature of this market.

Leading stocks kept… Continue

Added by Joshua J. Hayes on June 5, 2009 at 7:31am — No Comments

A Late Day Surge Off the Lows Paints the Day Bullish as Stocks Pull Back in Lighter Trade

By Market Speculator

Taking a breathier, stocks pulled backas the market digests the most recent move. Stocks did touch overbought conditions and it didn't come as a surrpise the market put in a day of consolidation. During the last 30 minutes of trading stocks found a bid and moved off the lows near the opening levels. A move like this shows institutions stepped in late in the day to support their stocks. Again, it was an important sign to see the support come into… Continue

Added by Joshua J. Hayes on June 4, 2009 at 4:08am — 1 Comment

Holding Gains Stocks End Higher as Leading and Small Cap Stocks Lead the Way Higher

by Market Speculator

Once again stocks stage another bullish trading session. It was important that stocks did not reverse course and give up a sizeable amount of gains from Monday and prior Friday's sessions. Even more important is that we have leading stocks taking center stage and the reigns from junk off the bottom stocks. Intraday action was not volitile as we have seen it from last week. Much of the day we spent in higher ground and avoided any nasty sell off… Continue

Added by Joshua J. Hayes on June 3, 2009 at 7:33am — No Comments

Following Through on Friday's Gains Stocks Stage Another Rally on Strong Volume

by Market Speculator

From the opening bell to the close stocks were being accumulated in a big way. Volume once again soared showing institutional support is behind stocks. We even saw quality growth stocks bust out and show tremendous strength. It was very important for the stock market to follow through with very nice gains after Friday's close. The action from stocks today is showing there is more room to run to the upside. Leaders have emerged to show quality is… Continue

Added by Joshua J. Hayes on June 2, 2009 at 5:09am — No Comments

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