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Lsut81
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Ouch, Market Taking a Beating

Opened down 90, now down 160

Looks like Walmart missed, I'm assuming that is a major reason

Kind of shows how people are really spending their money instead of just going off of Surveys...


RickAstley
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re: Ouch, Market Taking a Beating
Time to buy?


Lsut81
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Time to buy?


Don't ask me, I don't know...


LSURussian
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Now down 191.


RickAstley
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Now down 191.


What gives? Doing work today is not on my to do list.


OnTheBrink
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re: Ouch, Market Taking a Beating
Yep, this is one of those days where I just turn my head and check back in at 3:00.


Volvagia
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Hidenderg Omen



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LSURussian
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What gives?
More sellers than buyers....


donRANDOMnumbers
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yet CVRR is up. i will never fricking understand this stock


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CamdenTiger
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More sellers than buyers....


Next level stuff, right there. Its why I'm no good at this stuff.


Lsut81
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Down 210 now...

Do we end up sub 15k by the weekend?


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RickAstley
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More sellers than buyers....




Next level stuff, right there. Its why I'm no good at this stuff.


Yea I had to jot that tidbit down in my notebook. I am absolutely worthless today


Coach Guidry
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Over/Under for the Weekend???


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Vols&Shaft83
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Yep, this is one of those days where I just turn my head and check back in at 3:00.




Yeah, that's pretty much the only time I check the markets. And even then, I don't get excited unless the markets have been going down 1% or more for several days.

I'm investing $2K/Month in index funds and managed funds regardless of what the markets are doing, I'll buy more when I'm getting a bargain.



Lsut81
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I'm investing $2K/Month in index funds and managed funds


How do you do this?

I've got leftover money and want to start putting it somewhere. Do you just go through a Vanguard and buy into the same funds over and over again?


Doc Fenton
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Well people like Robert Shilling, Marc Faber, et al. have been throwing around the "bubble" word a lot the last 2-3 weeks, so it's not like a market correction isn't expected by a lot of people, myself included.

Since we're near the tail end of a lengthy 14-year bearish period for stocks, I don't think prices are terrible for the long term, but I do think that there will be a significant shakeout with home prices and equity prices as economic policy begins to transition, and more talk starts to revolve around a 2nd sequester, ObamaCare implementation, Fed tapering, etc.


Vols&Shaft83
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How do you do this?

I've got leftover money and want to start putting it somewhere. Do you just go through a Vanguard and buy into the same funds over and over again?



Just FYI, That $2K is not "left over money", I invest before I pay any bills, buy any food, or buy any toys. It's off the top, it's paying yourself first. NOBODY gets paid before I pay myself, Not the utility company, not the bank, not THE frickING IRS. Now, I still pay those bills, but my priority is to myself and everyone else can wait in line.


I have a auto draft set up with American Funds and Fidelity. And that $2K goes to the same funds, month in, and month out. When I have leftover money that I want to invest in the market, I can buy funds from either firm in taxable accounts or I can buy stocks in my Trade King account.



NC_Tigah
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Well people like Robert Shilling, Marc Faber, et al. have been throwing around the "bubble" word a lot the last 2-3 weeks, so it's not like a market correction isn't expected by a lot of people, myself included.

Since we're near the tail end of a lengthy 14-year bearish period for stocks, I don't think prices are terrible for the long term
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but I do think that there will be a significant shakeout with home prices and equity prices as economic policy begins to transition, and more talk starts to revolve around a 2nd sequester
Several major players, John Paulson among them, suggest real estate, REITs as a potential haven.


Doc Fenton
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John Paulson


The same guy who got killed this year on gold?

I think he might be about to walk into the same trap with REITs, but we already discussed real estate a good bit in that thread from last Friday.


NC_Tigah
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The same guy who got killed this year on gold?
Yep.
Perhaps more importantly, the guy who shorted real estate (subprime) in 2007's "greatest trade ever."


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