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 Post subject: A new DOW high today?
Posted: Thu Sep 21, 2006 8:36 am 
 
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Hello Gents,

Well, are we going to see the DJIA break through to a new all-time high by today or tomorrow? The Fed leaving interest rates alnoe just might do it. I've got a DOW index fund, so here's wishing....


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Posted: Thu Sep 21, 2006 2:25 pm 
 
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Not today it seems. "U.S. stocks fall on weaker economic data"[url]
http://yahoo.reuters.com/news/articlehy ... ews&rpc=44[/url]

Aside from that, it doesn't seem to me like the stock market should be rocketing. We have been dying with skyhigh gas prices for quite a while now - at least, I sure have been. Wall street seems to be repeating the mantra of "how great the economy is doing" over and over. I don't see it.[/b]


 
   
 
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Posted: Wed Oct 04, 2006 2:29 pm 
 
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Well guys we finally pulled it off - a new high for the DOW. How long will it last? I hope for a long, long time. I'm personally tired of worrying about when the next bunch of religious fanatics are going to pull off an attack or whether those who pay their way (OPEC countries, Hugo Chavez, etc.) are going to try fixing the price of oil above a certain level. Why the hell are we so accommodating of those bastards? Sorry for my French, but I'm damn tired of my life being dependent on what a bunch of ignorant, illiterate primates playing in the sand with big-boy weapons might do next. We have the ability to wipe them off the face of the Earth. Maybe it's time we begin doing so.

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