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Wednesday, July 20, 2011

The Markets and Bullion: Even Soros has stopped trading.

The markets jumped 200 points yesterday on news the HOUSING MARKET which is in a depression equal to that of the Great Depression, increased its housing starts in a non-statistically significant way. And Gold dropped 20 dollars. Oh, and some corporate numbers beat their own corporate projections by statistically insignificant increments.

Is this really what moved the markets? George Soros doesn't think so. He's moving to cash. Because even he can't compete with the World's Central Banks and their proxy Member Banks who are moving these markets wherever they want to. IN THE SHORT RUN. Because that's all they can effect. THE SHORT RUN.

Listen, if SOROS, the world's greatest capitalist, can't trade this market maybe you shouldn't try either. BUY BULLION and sit it out. Or you'll get killed

Soros funds moving to cash on lack of information from Fed and Treasury

George Soro's Quantum fund has moved out of investments and primarily into cash as the lack of information coming out of the Fed or Treasury Department, has limited information of the direction by which the central banks intend to take the market.

As of July 18th, insiders at Soros's Quantum Endowment fund reported that the funds holdings had moved to 75% cash over the past month since losses had grown to 6% on investments, primarily tied to a lack of opportunties in the market.

Joke Is on China as U.S.’s AAA Becomes Laughable: William Pesek

Printing money is Europe’s way out
One thing that can’t be underestimated is the political will of Europe’s leaders to keep the euro alive, which is why Europe will likely turn to massive printing of money, writes Matthew Lynn.
Market Watch, Jul 19

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