Archive | September, 2012

Quit Singing “Waltzing Matilda” in the Shower. Trade Alert:

Sell Short the Currency Shares Australian Dollar Trust October, 2012 (FXA) $105-$108 call spread at $0.35 or best Opening Trade 9-4-2012 – 2:00 PM EST expiration date: October 19, 2012 Portfolio weighting: 10% = 45 contracts on a net delta adjusted basis This is a bet that the Currency Shares Australian Dollar Trust October, 2012 […]

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A Tribute to a 9/11 Hero.

With the 11th anniversary of 9/11 a week away, I want to forward the message circulating among past-and-present Morgan Stanley staffers, myself included: As a firm headquartered in New York City, this is always a sobering time for us. For us, we remember those who died and the heroism of many that saved thousands of […]

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September 5, 2012 – Quote of the Day

 “Low volatility and boring. That’s the mode that investors should get used to,” said Bill Gross, Managing Director at bond giant, PIMCO.      

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Trade Alert – (FXA) September 4, 2012

As a potentially profitable opportunity presents itself, John will send you an alert with specific trade information as to what should be bought, when to buy it, and at what price.

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Trade Alert – (SPY) Sep. 4, 2012

As a potentially profitable opportunity presents itself, John will send you an alert with specific trade information as to what should be bought, when to buy it, and at what price.

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Here Comes the Next Peace Dividend.

When communications between intelligence agencies suddenly spike, as has recently been the case, I sit up and take note. Hey, you don’t think I talk to all of those generals because I like their snappy uniforms, do you? The word is that the despotic, authoritarian regime in Syria is on the verge of collapse, and […]

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September 4, 2012 – Quote of the Day

“For the third year in a row, high oil prices have slowed down the general economy, because disposable income is lost to high gasoline prices,” said John Hofmeister, former CEO of Shell Oil.  

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