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lynxcat
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So, who is buying?
Blood clearly in the streets...who is moving cash into new equity positions?


Wade Phillips
Member since Dec 2008
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re: So, who is buying?
Not yet, but soon is my thought. More CSCO, more TSS.


MrJimBeam
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Member since Apr 2009
2774 posts

re: So, who is buying?
I'm waiting another day or two and closely watching.


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castorinho
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re: So, who is buying?
I added to my Visa position today.

Thats all I got
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jimbeam
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56258 posts

re: So, who is buying?
I make 401 contributions this friday


HailToTheChiz
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31651 posts

re: So, who is buying?
i'll be continuing my usual efforts for the next 30 years


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Tigers4life
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re: So, who is buying?
100% cash and staying there until we hit sp500 200dma...then see if volume is there. Watching crwd...dis...pins...msft to name a few


jerryc436
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re: So, who is buying?
I added to my URI and MSFT today


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LSURussian
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re: So, who is buying?
I bought 2,000 shares of JPM and 2,100 shares of BAC today. They were on sale....


Tigers4life
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re: So, who is buying?
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I bought 2,000 shares of JPM and 2,100 shares of BAC today.


Banks and falling interest rates...interesting


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LSURussian
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re: So, who is buying?
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Banks and falling interest rates...interesting
Is there a guarantee rates will continue to fall from where they dropped to today?

I sure don't know what rates are going to do. But today's drop was huge. The 10 year T-bond hit 1.71% today before recovering a little. At some point they will stabilize and then rise.

Besides, if JPM was a good buy last week at $116.00 it was a steal today at $108.50 which is where I bought it. If it pops even a little tomorrow I'll likely sell it. I already have a $2,000 gain in JPM based on today's closing price.


kywildcatfanone
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re: So, who is buying?
I have no money available to buy, but I'm basically now just doing my ROTH and 403b to funds anymore anyway.


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Tigers4life
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re: So, who is buying?
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s there a guarantee rates will continue to fall from where they dropped to today?


No but I think there projecting a 60+% chance for 50bp more cut...not sure if the china currency issues will effect when or if it happens.

JPM and GS is the best out there imo.

Bank of America is the latest lender to warn how falling interest rates will cause a main engine of bank profits to sputter to a halt this year.


marchballer
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re: So, who is buying?
Agree here. I'm not seeing a great argument for equities at the moment. The trade war seems to be heading towards a standstill with the chinese holding out for the 2020 election before making a deal. I think we're heading for a drop to 2300 on the S&P and potentially even 2100. I think we have a bloody fall on the way.

Secondary view: If the bulls can regain control here, I think we can move back to 3050 area before we see a major leg down. If we can take out 3050 then I think we will see a move towards the 3400 range.

Short-Term (< 1 month): Bullish
Long-Term: Bearish


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LSURussian
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re: So, who is buying?
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not sure if the china currency issues will effect when or if it happens.

*affect

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JPM and GS is the best out there imo.
And I bought JPM. I will never buy GS because I don't think their management can be trusted. I've had too many personal business dealings with them.

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Bank of America is the latest lender to warn how falling interest rates will cause a main engine of bank profits to sputter to a halt this year.
Yep, and their stock technically entered into correction territory today for a short time.

When that happened, I bought. I sold it about 20 minutes before the market closed and made a little over 1%.


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bayoubengals88
Wisconsin Fan
LA
Member since Sep 2007
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re: So, who is buying?
Any thoughts on this method?

Put 10% of savings into S&P for every 10% the market falls from all time highs?

I would love to back test this over a ten year span


cuyahoga tiger
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Member since Nov 2011
4419 posts

re: So, who is buying?
Adding to my Southwest Airlines holdings if it drops again tomorrow. No China exposure, leader in category, consistent earnings. And is off it highs bigly. Max8 issues being well managed. Boeing will make $$ concessions to airlines.


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Tigers4life
LSU Fan
North Carolina
Member since May 2004
1262 posts

re: So, who is buying?
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100% cash and staying there until we hit sp500 200dma


sp500 down another 1.5-2% in afterhours.....200dma hit....now see if we get bounce....I have no clue if we get one or not.
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CharleyLake
Member since Oct 2006
900 posts

re: So, who is buying?
Transferred 1/3 of Stable Value Fund (cash) to the S & P Index fund within my 401 K Plan today.


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marchballer
Stanford Fan
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3776 posts

re: So, who is buying?
I feel like you would have missed out on the 2017 rally with this strategy. Great for volatility.


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