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negative market responds to obamas re election

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thatonedude

Duluth, GA

#1 Nov 8, 2012
Now that Obama has been reelected, the market responds negatively! Will our nations credit rating decline for the second time in history under this president?
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#2 Nov 8, 2012
thatonedude wrote:
Now that Obama has been reelected, the market responds negatively! Will our nations credit rating decline for the second time in history under this president?
Good economic news steadies the stock market after one-day drop

http://www.registercitizen.com/articles/2012/...

The Dow Jones industrial average gained 25 points to 12,962 in the opening minutes of trading. The Standard and Poor's 500 index rose four points to 1,398 and the Nasdaq composite rose nine to 2,946.
thatonedude

Duluth, GA

#3 Nov 8, 2012
guest wrote:
<quoted text>Good economic news steadies the stock market after one-day drop

http://www.registercitizen.com/articles/2012/...

The Dow Jones industrial average gained 25 points to 12,962 in the opening minutes of trading. The Standard and Poor's 500 index rose four points to 1,398 and the Nasdaq composite rose nine to 2,946.
umm it appears to be all negative today! Yesterday was the biggest one day drop in over a yr! We're heading for a devalued dollar.... The Chinese, Russia, Japanese, and Australia are already refusing the dollar as the world currency...... They are now using the yuan to make transactions....very bad news for America!
guest

United States

#4 Nov 8, 2012
guest wrote:
Good economic news steadies the stock market after one-day drop
http://www.registercitizen.com/articles/2012/...
The Dow Jones industrial average gained 25 points to 12,962 in the opening minutes of trading. The Standard and Poor's 500 index rose four points to 1,398 and the Nasdaq composite rose nine to 2,946.
Uh, the market closed down 121 points today, following a massive plunge of 313 points yesterday.

Investors have lost 4% of their money in just 2 days, and that's only the beginning. You idiots that re-elected Obama ensured another recession and 10%+ unemployment. Congratulations dumbasses.
guest

Mountain Home, AR

#5 Nov 8, 2012
guest wrote:
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Uh, the market closed down 121 points today, following a massive plunge of 313 points yesterday.
Investors have lost 4% of their money in just 2 days, and that's only the beginning. You idiots that re-elected Obama ensured another recession and 10%+ unemployment. Congratulations dumbasses.
You are talking to the clueless . The 47% Mitt mentioned do not have anything to loose in the markets. They just do not realize the the tanking of the markets will cause more jobs to be lost and a worse economy . Oh wait , listen to me , they do not work so that does not matter either .
Market Drop

Jonesboro, AR

#6 Nov 8, 2012
Expect to see a lot more market drop in the next 6 weeks as investors sell off their positions with nice gains in them ahead of the changes in capital gains tax.

The investors held off hoping that if Romney was elected he would leave the "Bush Tax Cuts" in place there for not affecting the capital gains tax. But since that did not happen, investors will be taking gains in this tax year. More sellers and less buyers mans a drop in the market.

Pick up a copy of your local real estate for sale magazine and see all the commercial property for sale. Most of the sellers are trying to beat the capital gains tax hike.
guest

Netherlands

#7 Nov 8, 2012
You intelligent people will have to cut the obmabots some slack, I fear. The few times they do get off their knees and pop his pecker out of their mouths and try to read anything at all it has to be that really dumbed down communist propaganda crap that seems so prevalent any more. They stay so doped up, like Pontifex, that they don't understand their necks are on the Obama chopping block.
thatonedude

Duluth, GA

#8 Nov 14, 2012
And the market is still dropping! Thanks Obama supporters, we are now heading for another recession or possible depression! I know, I know,....... It's Bush's fault! Phhish!
guest

United States

#9 Nov 14, 2012
Yep, down another couple hundred points today. And it will continue to drop and drop and drop.

If you're in the market, get out now!
analyst

United States

#10 Nov 14, 2012
guest wrote:
Yep, down another couple hundred points today. And it will continue to drop and drop and drop.
If you're in the market, get out now!
It's pretty much too late. Good luck.
Guest

Little Rock, AR

#11 Nov 14, 2012
thatonedude wrote:
Now that Obama has been reelected, the market responds negatively! Will our nations credit rating decline for the second time in history under this president?
You obviously don't follow the markets very well. Overall, the stock markets have faired better under Democratic presidents than under Republicans. That's a fact you can verify for yourself. That said, who is president doesn't really have as much of an impact on markets as people think. Stocks and futures markets are subject to many different factors and anything that might scare investors.
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#12 Nov 14, 2012
Wall St. May Not Cheer, but Obama’s Been Good for Stocks

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/21/your-money/...

Through Friday, since Mr. Obama’s inauguration — his first 1,368 days in office — the Dow Jones industrial average has gained 67.9 percent. That’s an extremely strong performance — the fifth best for an equivalent period among all American presidents since 1900. The Bespoke Investment Group calculated those returns for The New York Times.
Guest

Little Rock, AR

#13 Nov 14, 2012
These anti-Obama nuts don't care about facts-especially when it proves their statements wrong. They can't change the facts though, just ignore them as always.
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#14 Nov 14, 2012
Guest wrote:
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You obviously don't follow the markets very well. Overall, the stock markets have faired better under Democratic presidents than under Republicans. That's a fact you can verify for yourself. That said, who is president doesn't really have as much of an impact on markets as people think. Stocks and futures markets are subject to many different factors and anything that might scare investors.
The market reacts to a sell off when everybody needs their money and sells out.
Master

Euless, TX

#15 Nov 15, 2012
guest wrote:
Wall St. May Not Cheer, but Obama’s Been Good for Stocks
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/21/your-money/...
Through Friday, since Mr. Obama’s inauguration — his first 1,368 days in office — the Dow Jones industrial average has gained 67.9 percent. That’s an extremely strong performance — the fifth best for an equivalent period among all American presidents since 1900. The Bespoke Investment Group calculated those returns for The New York Times.
Show me the numbers???
Where is the math???
thatonedude

United States

#16 Nov 15, 2012
guest wrote:
Wall St. May Not Cheer, but ObamaÂ’s Been Good for Stocks

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/21/your-money/...

Through Friday, since Mr. Obama’s inauguration — his first 1,368 days in office — the Dow Jones industrial average has gained 67.9 percent. That’s an extremely strong performance — the fifth best for an equivalent period among all American presidents since 1900. The Bespoke Investment Group calculated those returns for The New York Times.
and how many other presidents have seen our national credit rating downgraded on their watch? Of coarse the market has responded well to Obama, he pumped over a trillion dollars of tax payer's money into "Big Business", only problem is that we didnt have the money to give! He just went on a spending spree with our Chinese express credit card! You morons dnt use your thinkers to well huh? Now that all of that stimulus for big businesses has run dry.....down the market goes! Keep watching, we're heading for very hard times!!
thatonedude

Duluth, GA

#18 Nov 15, 2012
guest wrote:
The stock market is down because corporations know we won't be returning to the all out looting of the Treasury by corporations as Romney and Republicans planned to do. And besides, Wall Street is way over priced. There is no reason for their stocks to be as high as they are. They are over valued by at leas 40%, and all that is the endless deceit of the criminals on Wall Street who wrecked the economy under Bush and have done it again, because they never changed one bit.
ANd then there are the Republicans lunatics that started firing employees as soon as Obama won, to complete their self-fulfilling prophecies about how they would have to fire people if Obama got elected.
The solution is simple....let Wall Street fail and not get another $10 Trillion handout, so they can last another 4 years after wrecking the economy with their unbridled christian greed under crazy Bush. And start arresting Republicans and executing them in the State execution chambers for their habitual Treason and sedition. Then the economy will begin to recover quickly.
yep, jus as I suspected, you have drank too much of the kool aid! Your a fkn crazy ass leftist, I mean really, execution chambers? Your a fkn idiot and will never believe anything but what they tell you to believe! Run and play little sheep!
thatonedude

Duluth, GA

#19 Nov 15, 2012
guest wrote:
The stock market is down because corporations know we won't be returning to the all out looting of the Treasury by corporations as Romney and Republicans planned to do. And besides, Wall Street is way over priced. There is no reason for their stocks to be as high as they are. They are over valued by at leas 40%, and all that is the endless deceit of the criminals on Wall Street who wrecked the economy under Bush and have done it again, because they never changed one bit.
ANd then there are the Republicans lunatics that started firing employees as soon as Obama won, to complete their self-fulfilling prophecies about how they would have to fire people if Obama got elected.
The solution is simple....let Wall Street fail and not get another $10 Trillion handout, so they can last another 4 years after wrecking the economy with their unbridled christian greed under crazy Bush. And start arresting Republicans and executing them in the State execution chambers for their habitual Treason and sedition. Then the economy will begin to recover quickly.
haven't you ever heard of Quanatative easing? That's when the fed turns on the money machines and then puts all of the money into the market. Your boy Obama has done Q.E. 4 times! So hell yeah the market is overinflated, that happens when the gov keeps on pumping money to big business! Your argument does not hold water if you think it's the repubs looting our financial system. Educate yourself on how your president has fkd the middle class and give it all to wall street. And lemme tell you something, the way that the gov keeps taxing us on social security and Medicare, yet at the same time telling us it will be broke before we get to benefit from them, if it were wall street it would be called Investment Fraud and someone would go to jail! But not our gov that you put all of your trust in, nothing will happen to them for fking us out of our retirement! Keep trusting the gov, they are no no better than these evil corporations that you hate so much!
thatonedude

Duluth, GA

#22 Nov 15, 2012
guest wrote:
<quoted text>Wrong nut case Nazi. I don't trust the fascist tyranny pretending to be government. Obama is NOT my President. And all you Nazi bigots do is blame others for YOU not solving your own problems. What are YOU going to do about YOUR problems.....besides whine on Topix and complain that it's somebody else's fault that YOU are too ignorant to solve your own problems. Whine, whine whine whine whine ! But NEVER EVER DO one thing to help yourself or others. Or as most of us call that.....Satan's christians and christianity !
wow! What a rant! U crazier than a shithouse rat! You have no clue wtf I do or dnt do! What's with your hatred of someone else's beliefs? Dnt nobody give a fk what you believe, why you care so much about what others choose to believe? I mean u being a constitutionalist and all, I figured that you would support freedom of religion! You kno, everybody has the right to believe whatever the fk they want...
And me a nazi? Umm I'm not the one talking bout death chambers and shit! I feel my IQ dropping just talking to you, so this conversation is over you fkn WEIRDO!
der

Jonesboro, AR

#23 Nov 15, 2012
We have a much greater correction than a few hundred points in store. I would not be surprised if we see Dow 5000 in the next 3-4 months. My fish are already outta the frying pan tho! Europe is officially back in recession today. Depression will follow. Where is the seasonal hiring for the holidays?? The fiscal cliff will just be the icing on a cake thats already about ready to come out of the oven.

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