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    Posted: July 01 2007 at 9:18pm
    Things arnt good beware...Confused                            DOW: 11,313
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Is the market going to tank?                          http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070710/ap_on_go_ca_st_pe/summer_terror_threats                                                                     
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What are you trying to say with those google eyes? Oh I got it "Your long"??
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Man I sure was wrong? Whats going on? A sucker rally? I just dont get it. Subprime loans,foreclosures,dollar at a all time low,oil prices on the rise ,rumors of war, terriost threats, where do I stop? Arnt safe returns better than risky ones?
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Just invest in oil and military contracts and you should be fine.

If you are REALLY pro-Iraq-colonialism the right thing would be to bet on the DINAR
    
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Originally posted by TheRomen TheRomen wrote:

Just invest in oil and military contracts and you should be fine.

If you are REALLY pro-Iraq-colonialism the right thing would be to bet on the DINAR
    
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Man, I think a lot of people are tired of your America bashing. I know this is a forum centered around "free speech"...but, your tactics are wearing thin.
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My tactics are wearing thin? And what tactics are those? The tactics of discussion and debate? Your right this board is focused on freedom of speech and I certainly far from crossing it.

Do you not think investing in oil and defense would be a good investment?   And I am an independent who is just projecting reality to the forum.   I think the policy of invading Iraq was a sound policy, an immoral one but sound, meaning I can see why we did it.

And the "Bet on Iraq" is just a tip for your portfolio if you have one. SOLID INVESTMENT ADVICE. We aint going anywhere for a long time. As Bush said well be their for at least fifty years like we were in Korea, Japan, Germany, etc. So if you want to profit from the war the Iraq Dinar is one way.
    
    
    
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Colonel Romen you act as though your part of the" Iranian National Guard" Are you an advocate for Iran. Do you have a persecution complex cause you should go home and you know it? If you dont like the USA get out!
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I don't much like the USA these days, but I'm not about to "get out." I don't know if I'm an "America basher" but I'm disgusted by what I see the government doing.
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Gfin,

How do I act as though I am part of the Iraq national guard?   That makes no sense. Its a blind insult. Have I said anything about not liking the USA? No I havent. What's your point man?
    
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Nevertolate,

Dont you realize you have to blindly accept everything your government does in order to be a true patriot?
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Thankyou for the "INFORMATION"..
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Originally posted by TheRomen TheRomen wrote:

My tactics are wearing thin? And what tactics are those? The tactics of discussion and debate? Your right this board is focused on freedom of speech and I certainly far from crossing it.


Roman's doing considerably better now than he was before. When he first came he and I had some quite nasty debates, now that he's not being insultory I find it hard to argue with him. As long as you're not name calling Roman, more power to you.

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Do you not think investing in oil and defense would be a good investment?   And I am an independent who is just projecting reality to the forum.   I think the policy of invading Iraq was a sound policy, an immoral one but sound, meaning I can see why we did it.

And the "Bet on Iraq" is just a tip for your portfolio if you have one. SOLID INVESTMENT ADVICE.


I don't know why anyone could possibly debate with Roman on this one. OIL IS GOING TO GET MORE VALUABLE. Regardless of what happens, we're not going to be seeing nice cheap oil ever again, and i a war or hurricane comes, the price of oil will jump.

As for the Iraqi Dinar, I bought two million Iraqi Dinar while I was there. It cost me about $500USD per million and I got a bunch of different denominations. If the value of the dinar goes up even one penny, I'll make $10,000! If Iraq tanks, I'll have nifty Iraqi money to give away to friends. When I came back after my first time I easily had ten thousand Dinar in old Saddam funny-money. People snatched that stuff up like hotcakes. It's a little piece of history.

Originally posted by Roman Roman wrote:

We aint going anywhere for a long time. As Bush said well be their for at least fifty years like we were in Korea, Japan, Germany, etc. So if you want to profit from the war the Iraq Dinar is one way.


Exactamundo! I couldn't agree more!
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Originally posted by gnfin gnfin wrote:

Man I sure was wrong? Whats going on? A sucker rally? I just dont get it. Subprime loans,foreclosures,dollar at a all time low,oil prices on the rise ,rumors of war, terriost threats, where do I stop? Arnt safe returns better than risky ones?


With all of this stuff going on, why is the stock market doing so good??
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I've got a theory on this, but think that it's kind of a crackpot one.

Follow me here: The DJI only shoulders stocks that it wants to. If the stock is doing crappy enough they boot it out in favor of another one. With that in mind there really is no way the stock market could look crappy. If I'm totally off base, let me know, but this seems to be the case as far as I can tell.

Either way it's going to be funny when the people see the farce that is Ethanol and run for cover. To make one gallon of Ethanol it takes almost a full gallon of crude oil. That kind of EROEI just isn't workable even under the best of condidions. They're just not factoring in all the various other oil products needed just to make the machine that gathered the corn up cost in oil.
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lol ...  I fixed it.  Thanks. 

I also "reset" Turbo2 because I wasn't sure if it was working. 

 

 

  

 

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I'm having a problem...

My first account, "Turboguy" won't let me login. I'd much rather just use that one. If you'd be so kind, could you reset it for me? What happened this time is that I forgot my password and stupidly tried thre times to login to no avail while I was at work. It's why I had to create this one.
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Looks like this problem is starting.  Sub-loans can be a real problem, especially with some of the funds starting to tank.
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