brainstorming tuesday

1. First off all Microsoft needs to fire Ballmer right now as he adds mistake on mistake aand had created a microsoft stock performance beyond disastrous. He latest  stupidity is to buy Skype – he seems to be the pure opposite of Steve Jobs who has an creative imagination as Ballmer  just sucks.

Stockmarkets are rising slowly into a price pattern which clearly hints to the final blow up to finish the phony bull campaign. The fact that AMZN keeps to run from all time high to the next without any good drivers shows how creeps this whole market is. Nevertheless as soon as the 1350 can be broken we will have another run to our target zone around 1380 within the next 2-3 weeks, which will be an opportunity to build short positions as at least a 15% correction will be due – will explain in more detail with a chart.

Moronic Bernanke claims he did good by creating a money flood and the highest food prices or real inflation (hyperinflation) because stockprices are climbing? Zimbabwe had also climbing stock prices , well and America is at a new record in food stamps guess that is a good thing to in Harvard economics. He is one of the real terrorist the Seals should go after but then they would also have to take down the White House.

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Microsoft confirms $8.5B acquisition of communications service Skype

Microsoft on Tuesday confirmed that it plans to acquire Internet communications service Skype for $8.5 billion in cash to support services like Xbox and Windows Phone.

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Bernanke’s QE2 Averts Deflation, Spurs Rally, Expands Credit

By John Detrixhe – May 10, 2011 7:00 AM GMT+0300
Bernanke’s QE2 Averts Deflation

U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke. Photographer: Joshua Roberts/Bloomberg

May 10 (Bloomberg) — Russ Koesterich, global chief investment strategist at BlackRock Inc.’s iShares unit, discusses his asset allocation strategy. He talks with Francine Lacqua on Bloomberg Television’s “On The Move.” (Source: Bloomberg)

U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke

Ben S. Bernanke, chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve. Photographer: Brendan Hoffman/Bloomberg

Ben S. Bernanke’s $600 billion strike against deflation is paying off, as stock and debt markets rise, bank lending grows and economists forecast faster growth.

The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index has gained 13.5 percent since the Federal Reserve chairman announced on Nov. 3 the plan to buy Treasuries through its so-called quantitative easing policy. Government bond yields show investors expect consumer prices to rise in line with historical averages. The riskiest companies are obtaining credit at the cheapest borrowing costs ever and Fed data show that commercial and industrial loans outstanding are rising for the first time since 2008.

“Looking at market indicators, you have to be convinced it’s been a success,” said Bradley Tank, chief investment officer for fixed-income in Chicago at Neuberger Berman Fixed Income LLC, which oversees about $83 billion. “When you get into periods of aggressive central bank easing, and we’re clearly in the most aggressive period of easing that we’ve ever seen, the markets tend to lead the real economy.”

The Fed said last month it won’t need to extend the $600 billion buying program beyond its scheduled end next month. Payrolls expanded by 244,000 in April, the biggest gain since May 2010, after a revised 221,000 increase the prior month, the Labor Department said May 6. The jobless rate climbed to 9 percent, the first increase since November, a separate survey of households showed.

‘Stopped the Hemorrhaging’

“We are starting to see the impact, albeit slowly,” said Jim Sarni, managing principal inLos Angeles at Payden & Rygel, which oversees more than $55 billion in fixed-income assets. “The unemployment rate has slowly started to come down. We have a long way to go, but at least it stopped the hemorrhaging.”


~ by behindthematrix on May 10, 2011.

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