Market recovery will be slow, experts say

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A stock market as difficult to fathom as it is volatile pulled off another stunning U-turn yesterday, transforming a 380-point loss for the Dow Jones industrials into a 401-point gain.

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jeffro

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Oct 17, 2008
 
Hmmmmm..let's see the futures start out down 200 points then the market drops like a bomb 400 points.....then.....all of the sudden.........it's starts to climb......like a miracle......hmmm....I wonder if the Fed is pumping money in the market to prop it ?.....i would guess yes on that?Since every day futures are down 200 and everyday the market gets a miracle of a rebound. I would love to know the amount they have pumped in this market to keep it from collapse. I wonder how long they can continue to do it?
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Oct 18, 2008
 
jeffro wrote:
Hmmmmm..let's see the futures start out down 200 points then the market drops like a bomb 400 points.....then.....all of the sudden.........it's starts to climb......like a miracle......hmmm....I wonder if the Fed is pumping money in the market to prop it ?.....i would guess yes on that?Since every day futures are down 200 and everyday the market gets a miracle of a rebound. I would love to know the amount they have pumped in this market to keep it from collapse. I wonder how long they can continue to do it?
The USA stock market is not going to collapse...Remember, the stock market is around 8,000-12,000 points. How can that collapse. True, investors will need their helmets for the bumpy ride, we'll need air-bags and air-sickness medicine ( like meditation ). A good thing is to donate to charity and kindness should be making a come-back. Not to give to charity to 'get back' and not to be kind of 'get back' just to feel better. So, the market recovery will be slow. Slow but sure is better than a quick fix. Everyone needs to adjust to the fact that fsst profits are a thing of the past. That's fine. I never liked the concept of 'day trading' or those tv networks that hyped their favorite stock(s). Always reminded me of the 'payola' records scandal. Day traders pay taxes every time they sell, don't they?
jeffro

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Oct 18, 2008
 
Must have gone to a state college or university. Be like the rest of he public, watch the media, take the kids to soccer, and watch dancing with the stars.......Ahhh the dumbed downed general public....why can't they keep printing money ????
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Oct 19, 2008
 
jeffro wrote:
Must have gone to a state college or university. Be like the rest of he public, watch the media, take the kids to soccer, and watch dancing with the stars.......Ahhh the dumbed downed general public....why can't they keep printing money ????
Luckily the dumbed down general pyblic will not be solvig this world-wide economi crisis and 'printing more money' has little to do with the solution. Just adding dollars printed will not solve this, although if terrorists distributed counterfiet bills, hopefully printing new cash will eliminate that....This is a job for the International Monetary Fund and NATO. This is a national security issue, the credit crisis & despite your negativity and pessimicism I know that the major world leaders with the help of economicists will solve this credit crisis and banks will emerge more sound than ever. People who watch "Dancing with the Stars" are blissfully ignorant but they are not the policy makers, thankfully.....The market recovery will be slow, but there will be a recovery. Some banks will fail and fold but we have too many banks anyhow....

Since: Feb 08

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Oct 19, 2008
 
That's what I would agree, the market will experience a slow recovery. I believe this market condition after bail out clearly shows that. The government has already started to buy the banks using the money, but the market is continuously coming down all the time clearly shows that the slow proceedings of the whole bail out and that means at least it'll take some time. But I'm almost sure that it won't go too much further anymore, because unless the money government has used won't be enough to buy all the bad debts, we will see a recovery.

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