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    #3151 52 days ago

    Hey guys, I haven't had room for new pins for quite some time, so I have an extra 50k in my account. I've never invested in stocks (I prefer real estate), but I'd like to try to capitalize on the downturn. I'm not a fan of long term as I don't trust the market in general. I think these bubbles and corrections are going to become more frequent, and after 2008, I don't trust corporate and government influence.

    Anyway, here are my preliminary plans.

    1. My theory is that the best time to get in will be when USA infections decrease for the first time. There will be false spikes that would be risky to play before this, so I'll be avoiding them.

    2. My guess is that there will be two phases for capitalization. The first will be companies that are an immediate need when society starts up again, then the slower gainers. The plan: gain from phase one, pull cash, dump into phase 2. Pull cash, throw party.

    3. My prediction is that the average schmuck (me) will miss the first spike because Insider speculators will create it. But there will still be a lot of room for profit.

    Here are some tentative investments I'm considering:

    Phase one:
    Uber - people need to get around
    Netflix - hopefully it will go down. Doubt it.
    Starbucks - habit/addiction purchase

    Phase two:
    Telecoms - habit/needs
    Airlines - habit - way of life - status
    Banks - print money, mass debt holders
    Tesla - ingenuity, adaptability.

    I definitely need to do more research. Please tear apart my theory. I'm hungry to learn.

    #3152 52 days ago
    Quoted from DBLM:

    Seems fair. Only restaurant I have on my list is MCD. I saw on CNBC today that somebody (edit: Jim Chanos) was negative on Dunkin, Wendys, and a few others. Take it with a grain of salt as he is a pretty big short seller.

    I think DNKN is a buy around these levels, but I would own SBUX first as the stronger company

    #3153 52 days ago
    Quoted from Concretehardt:

    Paging KPG.. can we get your thoughts on today’s market action

    Likely busy writing last minute calls that expire today. When you write calls that expire on the same day, don't they continue trading until 5:30 technically so you can get screwed after hours? Thanks.

    #3154 52 days ago
    Quoted from swampfire:

    Well let me tell you about my 300 shares of DAL, now down 44% from my entry point at around 40 bucks. I’m holding on because I think Delta will be one of the last airlines standing, but there’s a nonzero chance that ALL of the airlines will reorganize under bankruptcy. Very few international flights for the next 9-18 months, and even domestic is a question mark.
    I made the classic mistake of looking at the dividend at saying “hey, I’m happy with just getting 3-4% while I hold this”. Now all of the airlines have cancelled their dividends to raise cash. It’s a cluster.

    I bought into DAL also before realizing how bad things were getting
    Cut my losses and got out today.

    I personally have 0 desire to fly anywhere that is not a necessity for at least the rest of the year

    #3155 52 days ago

    Are Russia and the Saudis really close to an oil production reduction agreement or is that just something that was said yesterday to boost the markets?

    #3156 52 days ago
    Quoted from Tranquilize:

    Hey guys, I haven't had room for new pins for quite some time, so I have an extra 50k in my account. I've never invested in stocks (I prefer real estate), but I'd like to try to capitalize on the downturn. I'm not a fan of long term as I don't trust the market in general. I think these bubbles and corrections are going to become more frequent, and after 2008, I don't trust corporate and government influence.
    Anyway, here are my preliminary plans.
    1. My theory is that the best time to get in will be when USA infections decrease for the first time. There will be false spikes that would be risky to play before this, so I'll be avoiding them.
    2. My guess is that there will be two phases for capitalization. The first will be companies that are an immediate need when society starts up again, then the slower gainers. The plan: gain from phase one, pull cash, dump into phase 2. Pull cash, throw party.
    3. My prediction is that the average schmuck (me) will miss the first spike because Insider speculators will create it. But there will still be a lot of room for profit.
    Here are some tentative investments I'm considering:
    Phase one:
    Uber - people need to get around
    Netflix - hopefully it will go down. Doubt it.
    Starbucks - habit/addiction purchase
    Phase two:
    Telecoms - habit/needs
    Airlines - habit - way of life - status
    Banks - print money, mass debt holders
    Tesla - ingenuity, adaptability.
    I definitely need to do more research. Please tear apart my theory. I'm hungry to learn.

    Welcome to the party. From my perspective, I am not the biggest fan of the phase 1 / phase 2 approach as you outlined it because market sectors are generally going to move up and down as a whole based upon the macro situation. Don't get me wrong, hospitality and travel are in a world of hurt and will be that way for a while compared to some sectors but things are going to move together for a while. If you try to phase 1/ phase 2 it you are going to miss out on the benefits for your phase 2 stocks. I would instead encourage you to pick better quality stocks from the get go (regardless of sector) and then you can always rotate out. That ensures that you are getting the best swings at bat.

    Since you are looking at a short horizon from your perspective, airlines, banks, and the like do not make sense. They are in for a long recovery. Uber is interesting in that it is a need but I dont know the psychology of people getting in a stranger's car in the near term. Netflix is an expensive stock on a P/E ratio, but definitely has a user base. Starbucks is an excellently run company and might be a good pick. Telecoms do not normally show explosive growth, so tend to be a longer term play. Tesla is dependent upon how many vehicles that can produce, so could be tough in the near term.

    If you are looking at shorter term plays with upside potential, your tech companies might be your best bet. Ultimately, your timeframe, goals, and risk tolerance should be your guidepost for this.

    #3157 52 days ago
    Quoted from Tranquilize:

    Hey guys, I haven't had room for new pins for quite some time, so I have an extra 50k in my account. I've never invested in stocks (I prefer real estate), but I'd like to try to capitalize on the downturn. I'm not a fan of long term as I don't trust the market in general. I think these bubbles and corrections are going to become more frequent, and after 2008, I don't trust corporate and government influence.
    Anyway, here are my preliminary plans.
    1. My theory is that the best time to get in will be when USA infections decrease for the first time. There will be false spikes that would be risky to play before this, so I'll be avoiding them.
    2. My guess is that there will be two phases for capitalization. The first will be companies that are an immediate need when society starts up again, then the slower gainers. The plan: gain from phase one, pull cash, dump into phase 2. Pull cash, throw party.
    3. My prediction is that the average schmuck (me) will miss the first spike because Insider speculators will create it. But there will still be a lot of room for profit.
    Here are some tentative investments I'm considering:
    Phase one:
    Uber - people need to get around
    Netflix - hopefully it will go down. Doubt it.
    Starbucks - habit/addiction purchase
    Phase two:
    Telecoms - habit/needs
    Airlines - habit - way of life - status
    Banks - print money, mass debt holders
    Tesla - ingenuity, adaptability.
    I definitely need to do more research. Please tear apart my theory. I'm hungry to learn.

    If you do that, hedge with SPY puts. Nothing WSB YOLO crazy, but get some insurance.

    #3158 52 days ago

    Get back down there SPY. I want in!

    #3159 51 days ago
    Quoted from DBLM:

    Let's have a little fun today. It is 9 AM and the DOW is projected to open down. We know that there tends to be a selloff due to people not wanting to hold over the weekend. What are your predictions for the Dow closing today? I predict the DOW will close down 425. What are your predictions?

    Well played Thing, you're really on the ball.

    #3160 51 days ago
    Quoted from loneacer:

    Well played Thing, you're really on the ball.

    Thanks. For a while, I was right on the money. We will see what next week brings.

    #3161 51 days ago

    Did pretty good today on buying sqqq yesterday and selling 10% up. Bought STZ On Thursday at 124 before their earnings. Sold half at 133 right before close but I think it will go up more next week. Everyone have a great and safe weekend!

    #3162 51 days ago
    Quoted from catboxer:

    Get back down there SPY. I want in!

    similarly i have a bunch of good till cancelled orders for VTI at 111.11 in my 401k, just off the previous lows.

    #3163 50 days ago

    Been busy busy... closed out my USO trade for huge profits last week, unbelievable move there.. nice gains on AAPL and MSFT shorting call spreads

    But I gave back half my profits on Friday shorting some NVDA put spreads and it kept falling.. pissed about that, but I have had a ton of winning plays so its part of the game I guess.

    So past couple of weeks my charts I have showed that Dow 22K was major resistance, as you can see, that's exactly what played out. That is still a key area to watch. Multiple failures to hold over that area *should*.. well, I hope, that it can allow for a re-test of 19K support. That is where i'd love to get in big for some buys and hold on for another test of 22K. If we can get over that 22K, there isn't much room to go.. only 23.7 maybe 24K where theres a ton of resistance.

    Those are just key areas to watch. Bullish over 22K and continuing my bear outlook if staying under 22K this week.
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    #3164 49 days ago

    Thanks for the advice guys. I've been doing a lot of research and learning a ton!

    #3165 49 days ago

    Thanks KPG.

    Anyone doing some tax loss harvesting during this downturn? Never had to do this before, but this down market looks like an opportunity to do so for some of my non-retirement mutual funds and ETFs? Thanks

    #3166 49 days ago

    DOW futures are up about 450 so far, at levels higher than anything they reached on Friday. It'd be nice to see another run over 22k this week.

    #3167 49 days ago
    Quoted from loneacer:

    DOW futures are up about 450 so far, at levels higher than anything they reached on Friday. It'd be nice to see another run over 22k this week.

    15 minutes later and they're up 700 points now. Market is liking lower COVID new cases in many countries today.

    #3168 49 days ago
    Quoted from loneacer:

    15 minutes later and they're up 700 points now. Market is liking lower COVID new cases in many countries today.

    They also think NYC has peaked so cases will start going down.

    #3169 49 days ago
    Quoted from Happy81724:

    They also think NYC has peaked so cases will start going down.

    One day of data is a bit soon to party, but yes it seems new cases are lower almost everywhere. Deaths won't peak for another 1-2 weeks though.

    #3170 49 days ago
    Quoted from loneacer:

    One day of data is a bit soon to party, but yes it seems new cases are lower almost everywhere. Deaths won't peak for another 1-2 weeks though.

    Yep, I agree but it was part of the article I read on why market is up even though oil prices are tumbling. It should be another interesting week

    #3171 49 days ago

    I would like to take about oil a little bit. But oil is political. There is no way it cannot be political. You are talking about oil, OPEC, Russia, and the US. There is no way to talk about the oil market without politics getting involved. And I do not know how to broach the subject of oil without the politics.

    Any suggestions? Or is there even any interest?

    #3172 49 days ago

    https://www.cnn.com/2020/04/03/business/cathay-pacific-flights-coronavirus-covid-19/index.html

    'Demand has disappeared': Cathay Pacific slashes more flights after flying just 582 people in one day.
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    I read stuff like this and me thinks much more bad news to come. But then I toy with the idea that the market has discounted the bad news and the only way to go is up.

    It is a traders' market, for sure. And whether you win or lose depends on how fast you get the information. I have visions of the big Wall Street guys looking over the shoulders on the news reporters and me left sucking hind teat.

    #3173 49 days ago
    Quoted from cottonm4:

    https://www.cnn.com/2020/04/03/business/cathay-pacific-flights-coronavirus-covid-19/index.html
    'Demand has disappeared': Cathay Pacific slashes more flights after flying just 582 people in one day.
    ---------------------------------
    I read stuff like this and me thinks much more bad news to come. But then I toy with the idea that the market has discounted the bad news and the only way to go is up.
    It is a traders' market, for sure.

    It seems to me this should be worse than the housing crisis for the economy/markets. Entire industries have just gone poof overnight. We don't go back to normal until we have a vaccine, if then, and it will not be a snap of the fingers when we do. It's gonna take time...

    #3174 49 days ago
    Quoted from loneacer:

    One day of data is a bit soon to party, but yes it seems new cases are lower almost everywhere. Deaths won't peak for another 1-2 weeks though.

    The cases reported today were weird. Like from a bunch of states the numbers seemed way too low. I don't know if that's a Sunday effect or what (a lot of testing is being done by 3rd party labs). But it might lead to a big pop tomorrow early, and then if numbers seem higher again a fade later. Italy locked down on March 9th, and almost a month later their cases still haven't really gone down that much.

    I still don't know what our endgame is here. We're at least 2 months from opening anything back up, and that seems optimistic. I've heard that the rescue packages from the government for the small businesses are a mess and are going to take longer than expected. But New York seems to be possibly 'stabilized' for now, I just don't know how they go from 'stable' to 'normal'.

    #3175 49 days ago

    I read that Warren Buffett sold off a bunch of airline stocks last Wednesday and Thursday but still retained like 50 million of one of the ones he sold off. Makes you think they do it intentionally to drive price down so they can rebuy those shares back, lower? If he had no faith, he would have sold them all. I don't see how the government would let the airlines fail. Somehow, someway, they are gonna be bailed/helped out and they will recover. Just my thoughts.

    #3176 49 days ago
    Quoted from cottonm4:

    https://www.cnn.com/2020/04/03/business/cathay-pacific-flights-coronavirus-covid-19/index.html
    'Demand has disappeared': Cathay Pacific slashes more flights after flying just 582 people in one day.
    ---------------------------------
    I read stuff like this and me thinks much more bad news to come. But then I toy with the idea that the market has discounted the bad news and the only way to go is up.
    It is a traders' market, for sure. And whether you win or lose depends on how fast you get the information. I have visions of the big Wall Street guys looking over the shoulders on the news reporters and me left sucking hind teat.

    I don't think the market has taken the bad news into effect at all. I still think it's way too high. Current PE is 18.5, that's still 10% above historical averages, and that's not taking into account the horrible earnings in the 1st and 2nd quarter.

    They think GDP is going to shrink like 15+ percent. Unemployment is probably going to be 15%. And the market is above average? It doesn't make sense mathematically. When first quarter numbers come out here, that PE is going to jump to like 25 probably, and that's if the market stays right where it's at.

    That being said, I do agree that oil would be worth getting in on here at some point because it isn't going to stay depressed like that forever.

    #3177 49 days ago

    I went searching and found the Italy stock market for some comparison. It started out at 25000, dropped to 15000, bounced back to 175000, and has pulled back a bit. So even with all that Italy has experiences with this virus,

    https://tradingeconomics.com/italy/stock-market

    Here is a 5 year chart.

    Sort of looks like the Dow. A little bit. For as much problem Italy is having I would have thought it would still be going down. But there is major support at this level.

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    Here is the next chart will ALL of the data. Nobody can say Italy's market recovered after 2008-2009. Some of these people who bought Italy in 2007 are still waiting to get their money back.

    If Italy market can hold like this, can the Dow hold here , as well?

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    #3178 49 days ago
    Quoted from taylor34:

    I still don't know what our endgame is here. We're at least 2 months from opening anything back up, and that seems optimistic. I've heard that the rescue packages from the government for the small businesses are a mess and are going to take longer than expected. But New York seems to be possibly 'stabilized' for now, I just don't know how they go from 'stable' to 'normal'.

    So, I’m not a doctor, but the more we know about it the more we can make educated decisions. If we devise an antibody test, and people can prove they’ve recovered or had it but never showed; we can allow some opening up. Peak infection stays peak for a while if we maintain distancing... which means our hospitals are running at full tilt for a long time, which ain’t great.

    Best case scenario: we develop an antibody test and rules around it and slowly open back up in 3-6 months. Worst case scenario: vaccine candidates reveal flaws and get pushed back another 12 months, head of state of a g-7 nation dies of Covid; oil tensions or trade tensions lead to an embargo on selling medical equipment to the USA ... plenty of unknowns

    #3179 49 days ago
    Quoted from Richthofen:

    So, I’m not a doctor, but the more we know about it the more we can make educated decisions. If we devise an antibody test, and people can prove they’ve recovered or had it but never showed; we can allow some opening up. Peak infection stays peak for a while if we maintain distancing... which means our hospitals are running at full tilt for a long time, which ain’t great.
    Best case scenario: we develop an antibody test and rules around it and slowly open back up in 3-6 months. Worst case scenario: vaccine candidates reveal flaws and get pushed back another 12 months, head of state of a g-7 nation dies of Covid; oil tensions or trade tensions lead to an embargo on selling medical equipment to the USA ... plenty of unknowns

    It sounds as though Boris Johnson is not doing well with his battle with the virus.

    #3180 49 days ago
    Quoted from Richthofen:

    So, I’m not a doctor, but the more we know about it the more we can make educated decisions. If we devise an antibody test, and people can prove they’ve recovered or had it but never showed; we can allow some opening up. Peak infection stays peak for a while if we maintain distancing... which means our hospitals are running at full tilt for a long time, which ain’t great.
    Best case scenario: we develop an antibody test and rules around it and slowly open back up in 3-6 months. Worst case scenario: vaccine candidates reveal flaws and get pushed back another 12 months, head of state of a g-7 nation dies of Covid; oil tensions or trade tensions lead to an embargo on selling medical equipment to the USA ... plenty of unknowns

    If we could get testing in large numbers, then I think it would help a lot. But they've had a month, and we still can't even handle testing right now...we're backlogged 115k tests from just Quest. Only 1.7 million tests given. We'd need like 50 million tests and tests that could be done in 5 minutes, and that seems almost impossible from where we're at right now. But even with testing, we're going to be left with the reinfection problem. The second you let people move again, it's going to go everywhere all over again.

    It also doesn't help that it appears like even our death stats are suspect now. They're not even testing people they suspect died from it to save tests. You can't even trust any of the stats that are given currently because they're way undershooting what the current number is.

    A good treatment option though would instantly change my mind on everything, because it doesn't depend on people making good decisions (which they won't). Without a good treatment option, this could drag on for a long time. I saw some numbers from google that basically showed that our social distancing compared to Italy was very poor.

    #3181 49 days ago

    Shorts are going to roast Monday, which will propel the market up to 22,000.

    #3182 49 days ago
    Quoted from Richthofen:

    Peak infection stays peak for a while if we maintain distancing.

    I'm not knocking "peak". It has to be out there, but but people are talking like as soon as we hit the peak that we will be home free. Well, we will be going down hill, but it could take a long time to reach bottom.

    Here is a normal distribution curve fo illustration. Curve can be tight or they can be loose. But unless we reach peak and just fall of a cliff, we are going to have to ride the peak down. I'm 68 and an ex-smoker so I am being cautious; I have no idea how long it will be before I feel safe leaving the house.

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    #3183 49 days ago
    Quoted from thedarkknight77:

    Shorts are going to roast Monday, which will propel the market up to 22,000.

    This market is too scary to hold a short position over the weekend - futures are so manipulated.

    Likely the common theme will play out, gap up and rally a bit and fade as selling into strength is the key in a bear market. A legit close over 22K can change that though.

    #3184 49 days ago

    Part of the rise in the futures seems to be related to Russia pushing back a meeting date to talk about oil prices.

    https://www.cnn.com/2020/04/05/investing/global-stocks/index.html

    " The drop in oil comes after OPEC and Russia on Saturday postponed a meeting to discuss supply cuts and an end to a price war that has driven oil prices to their lowest in decades. The meeting had been set for Monday, but is now scheduled for Thursday, an OPEC source told CNN.

    I never thought I would see the day when the U.S. would be asking Saudi Arabia to cut production to raise oil prices. OPEC has been around for 40 years holding us hostage with its ability to pump oil by Turing a tap on. I never thought I would see the day.

    The new wrinkle is U.S. shale production which was holding a lid on prices. SA and Russia are not going to cut their production unless the U.S. cuts its production, as well.

    So now we will all are partners. I cannot imagine it.

    #3185 49 days ago

    Cannot discount the fact that "unlimited quantitative easement" is probably keeping us from Dow <10,000 right now. I see no other way to explain it.

    #3187 49 days ago

    Agreed!! Zero interest rates and the Fed pumping trillions into the market is what is keeping this market up. Sadly, investing has never been more pathetic. Valuations are way too high vs. historical norms........but where else are you going to put your money? We are forever #$@& because the federal govt. thinks it’s their job to keep the market propped up........This is no free market. Zero interest rates create the worst economic behaviors. The cost of borrowing Money should never be free!

    #3188 49 days ago

    "This is no free market"

    Truer words have never been spoken.

    #3189 49 days ago
    Quoted from thedarkknight77:

    Agreed!! Zero interest rates and the Fed pumping trillions into the market is what is keeping this market up. Sadly, investing has never been more pathetic. Valuations are way too high vs. historical norms........but where else are you going to put your money? We are forever #$@& because the federal govt. thinks it’s their job to keep the market propped up........This is no free market. Zero interest rates create the worst economic behaviors. The cost of borrowing Money should never be free!

    You nailed it.
    #fakemarkets

    It was expected to some degree, but everything is being devalued: cash, real estate, salaries, mortgages, debt, stocks, 401ks, personal possessions, etc.

    #3190 49 days ago
    Quoted from thedarkknight77:

    Agreed!! Zero interest rates and the Fed pumping trillions into the market is what is keeping this market up. Sadly, investing has never been more pathetic. Valuations are way too high vs. historical norms........but where else are you going to put your money? We are forever #$@& because the federal govt. thinks it’s their job to keep the market propped up........This is no free market. Zero interest rates create the worst economic behaviors. The cost of borrow Money should never be free!

    TINA (There is no alternative). When you create retirement vehicles that are designed to invest in the stock market, politically it becomes impossible for the stock market to fall. Which is why we have so many zombie companies that wouldn't exist other than for the crazy low interest rates created to try to levitate the stock market in the first place.

    #3191 49 days ago

    Anybody want some federal coronavirus bonds? What percent return would they provide? 1%?
    The interest rates make it more attractive to just hold cash than to tie up money for a nothing return. This has been a problem since about 20 years ago.

    https://finance.yahoo.com/news/white-house-considering-u-treasury-144316855.html

    #3192 49 days ago
    Quoted from thedarkknight77:

    Agreed!! Zero interest rates and the Fed pumping trillions into the market is what is keeping this market up. Sadly, investing has never been more pathetic. Valuations are way too high vs. historical norms........but where else are you going to put your money? We are forever #$@& because the federal govt. thinks it’s their job to keep the market propped up........This is no free market. Zero interest rates create the worst economic behaviors. The cost of borrowing Money should never be free!

    I wish I could give this post more than one thumbs up!

    #3193 49 days ago
    Quoted from DCFAN:

    Anybody want some federal coronavirus bonds? What percent return would they provide? 1%?
    The interest rates make it more attractive to just hold cash than to tie up money for a nothing return. This has been a problem since about 20 years ago.
    https://finance.yahoo.com/news/white-house-considering-u-treasury-144316855.html

    Jeez. Mr. Larry Kudlow, "we have an airtight, well almost airtight lock on this". No way would I want any of anything he is pumping. Cash is way better than 1%.

    Nothing has been normal since Wall Street's CDOs and CMOs took the housing market for a ride that the taxpayers had to cover. Helicopter Ben took interest rate to zero so there would be no choice for your money except the stock market. Doug Kass used to call it screwflation but then Doug turned into a bull so I don't know what he called it now.

    #3194 49 days ago

    I just put on a short position. This is the first trade I have done for a long time so nothing fancy. I bought ETF symbol TZA. If the market backs off I make a little money. If it does not back off, I'll be sorry.

    #3195 49 days ago

    Any nationwide salon chain public? They might have a short lived spike once the country comes off lockdown?

    #3196 48 days ago
    Quoted from Atari_Daze:

    Any nationwide salon chain public? They might have a short lived spike once the country comes off lockdown?

    Ulta is one of the bigger ones:

    https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/ULTA?p=ULTA&.tsrc=fin-srch-v1

    #3197 48 days ago

    Finally looking like OXY has put in a nice base, in for the long haul today.. bought it for a swing trade

    STKS low volume but when that thing gets some interest, it has a low float.. it will explode

    #3198 48 days ago

    Well here we are, super bullish close over that 22K resistance, next stop.. rally to 200d moving average around that 23.5k up to even 24K before I expect this bear market rally to lose steam and have a nice pullback. Long until then, good luck

    #3199 48 days ago

    Seems like the market wants to take off like a rocket ship from here on the slightest bit of good news, but needs an atomic bomb to make it fall right now. I'm just trying to figure out who's right regarding the overall economy: It ranges from "full-blown depression" to happy days are here again in 3-4 months. It's hard to know what to do when respected people are so far apart in what they believe the future holds.

    #3200 48 days ago
    Quoted from Richthofen:

    TINA (There is no alternative). When you create retirement vehicles that are designed to invest in the stock market, politically it becomes impossible for the stock market to fall. Which is why we have so many zombie companies that wouldn't exist other than for the crazy low interest rates created to try to levitate the stock market in the first place.

    this is really key.. the movement from pensions to 401k seems to have tainted what the market can stand.. does anyone have the total dollar amount newly invested in the market per month from 401k/403b vehicles? sure that would be interesting (or sad if the number is low)

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    Cabinet - Armor And Blades
    PinGraffix Pinside Shop
    $ 24.95
    Cabinet - Shooter Rods
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    $ 48.00
    Cabinet - Other
    ModFather Pinball Mods
    $ 30.99
    Lighting - Interactive
    Lee's Parts
    From: $ 11.95
    Playfield - Toys/Add-ons
    ULEKstore
    $ 5.00
    Cabinet - Other
    Chrome Candy
    $ 20.00
    Cabinet - Other
    Filament Printing
    $ 10.00
    Playfield - Protection
    UpKick Pinball
    From: $ 20.00
    Playfield - Other
    Gameroom Mods
    $ 20.00
    Cabinet - Other
    Filament Printing
    € 159.00
    Cabinet - Toppers
    FlipperLED
    $ 20.00
    Various Novelties
    GC Pinball
    $ 149.00
    Cabinet - Toppers
    Id Rather Play Pinball
    $ 68.00
    Playfield - Toys/Add-ons
    PinWorlds
    $ 58.00
    Playfield - Toys/Add-ons
    Lermods
    $ 67.00
    Playfield - Toys/Add-ons
    Lermods
    $ 12.50
    $ 75.00
    $ 46.00
    Playfield - Toys/Add-ons
    Lermods
    $ 99.99
    Lighting - Other
    Lighted Pinball Mods
    $ 14.00
    Electronics
    Yorktown Arcade Supply
    $ 89.99
    Lighting - Led
    Lighted Pinball Mods
    $ 87.00
    Playfield - Toys/Add-ons
    Lermods
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