Eye on the Markets: Coronavirus Stocks/Investments thread

Navarro is hilarious, he has his beliefs but forgets Chumps only belief is the stock market is everything. The guy has been trying to derail China deals since day one, but Mr. Market doesn't share his views so he's pretty much an empty suit.
 
So we have Verizon trying to be a SJW and penalize Facebook by removing ads. While I use Verizon, they should have their mind on their own business. T-Mobile making inroads every day and that isn't likely to change with the rollout of 5G.
 

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Cramer/trader is a newsman working for a financial news show... Goldman Sachs are financial services. Goldman is the major leagues ... cramer still in high school ball. robot took his place.. Cramer reminds me of someone on proline.
His Mad Money show does give good insight on trending stocks and he is highly standoffish when it comes to those that call in giving their buying opinions. He is no doubt the Cokin of Wall Street.
 
Might pick up JETSbundled airline stocks. Dirt cheap as one would expect as well.
And with good reason. Who wants to get on one of those massive germ receptacles? Those garbage stocks (cruise ships, airlines and casinos) have had their big bounce and likely mired in a sizeable downturn
 
They all seem to miss the fact, that Fed is willing to provide as much liquidity as its necessary to keep the market up
It's doubtful they go to negative rates, and there will be pushback from Repubs (I would hope) if there's any more QE. The can was kicked so far down down the road from 2008-2009, we still are waiting for the effects. But don't think for a minute we are past that, let alone all the recent money printing.
 
It's doubtful they go to negative rates, and there will be pushback from Repubs (I would hope) if there's any more QE. The can was kicked so far down down the road from 2008-2009, we still are waiting for the effects. But don't think for a minute we are past that, let alone all the recent money printing.


can't they go to negative? isn't someone in europe in negative rates
 
can't they go to negative? isn't someone in europe in negative rates
They could, but that doesn't mean they should, or will. I'd like to see Peter Schiff running the Fed. There would be no more of the bullshit. We'd have to take our medicine. No more artificial market pumping. Let market forces dictate results naturally. And if means a recession lasts a little longer, its OK. Recessions are a part of the (normal) business cycle. But the politicians today don't want to have a recession on their record; the public is mostly too stupid to read between the lines so I guess its understandable on the pols part, to the detriment of the American public.
 
They could, but that doesn't mean they should, or will. I'd like to see Peter Schiff running the Fed. There would be no more of the bullshit. We'd have to take our medicine. No more artificial market pumping. Let market forces dictate results naturally. And if means a recession lasts a little longer, its OK. Recessions are a part of the (normal) business cycle. But the politicians today don't want to have a recession on their record; the public is mostly too stupid to read between the lines so I guess its understandable on the pols part, to the detriment of the American public.


right .. It is a fake country. If you are on top good for you. If you are not you get closer to falling thru crack. It has been like that for quite sometime. We would need a new government
 
right .. It is a fake country. If you are on top good for you. If you are not you get closer to falling thru crack. It has been like that for quite sometime. We would need a new government
We need to get rid of the Fed. I'm very disappointed in Trump pushing all the QE. He campaigned against Fed involvement and now he wants it. We never should've force fed the quick recovery from GFC recession. We rushed it thru with 4 rounds of QE. Debt was only $9 trillion heading into 2009. The near term would''ve meant more pain, but the recovery would've been much more true and believable. QE and stock buybacks. Way to artifically prop up thousands of valuations. And we just did the same thing all over again. And Powell has the nerve to go on 60 Minutes and assure us he'll "do whatever it takes". Powell, I don't want to hear that. Somebody rein him in.
 
We need to get rid of the Fed. I'm very disappointed in Trump pushing all the QE. He campaigned against Fed involvement and now he wants it. We never should've force fed the quick recovery from GFC recession. We rushed it thru with 4 rounds of QE. Debt was only $9 trillion heading into 2009. The near term would''ve meant more pain, but the recovery would've been much more true and believable. QE and stock buybacks. Way to artifically prop up thousands of valuations.



this is one time we might go down for the count... sad to say it
 
Some have theorized that Viacom (VIAC) is a good barometer for sports. And based on its action in the past year (52 week high of $52, high pre pandemic of around $43), its not looking good. Viacom may have its day, but I suspect that's a ways down the line.
 
Peter Schiff was calling for DOW 1,000 during the financial crisis in 2008, when the DOW hit 6,666 that day. Peter Schiff is worse than a broken clock. DOW went to over 29k in the last 12 years.......His gold bull stance is finally lookin good..........i'm long silver & bitcoin & some 5G stocks.
 
Peter Schiff was calling for DOW 1,000 during the financial crisis in 2008, when the DOW hit 6,666 that day. Peter Schiff is worse than a broken clock. DOW went to over 29k in the last 12 years.......His gold bull stance is finally lookin good..........i'm long silver & bitcoin & some 5G stocks.
I remember those times. Schiff was on CNBC daily telling us the meltdown would lead to ATMs not working. He was seriously pissed off in 2009 when the market turned and he's been angry since, but of course CNBC moved on from him.

All these permabears want is the world to end so they can buy stuff cheap. Fuck the world and their problems. 50% unemployment? Not my problem, I have billions to make in the recovery. .
 
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