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First Majastic Silver Wyckoff Friendly

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first-majastic-silver-wyckoff-friendlySometimes is just works! Wyckoff logic is excellent when all the evidence supports your view.



The traditional Wyckoff logic traders will see the Wyckoff accumulation in this stock. Notice the NetVolume divergence with price, very telling. Point and Figure chart showing off an excellent ‘CAUSE’, that exploded into a fantastic ‘EFFECT’. Some times winning is just too easy!





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PnF Chart, love the ‘CAUSE’ that was the base for the ‘EFFECT’



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Investing Quote…



..”Don’t take action with a trade until the market, itself, confirms your opinion. Being a little late in a trade is insurance that your opinion is correct. In other words, don’t be an impatient trader”…



Jesse Livermore





..”It’s not whether you’re right or wrong that’s important, but how much money you make when you’re right and how much you lose when you’re wrong”..



George Soros







Unless you can watch your stock holding decline by 50 per cent without becoming panic stricken, you should not be in the stock market.



Warren Buffett





..”Wall Street is the only place that people ride to in a Rolls Royce to get advice from those who take the subway”..



Warren Buffett





..“Investing should be like watching paint dry or watching grass grow. If you want excitement…go to Las Vegas.”…



Paul Samuelson











World Markets Weekend Update: The Global Rally Loses Ground

Courtesy of Doug Short’s Advisor Perspectives.

The global rally in equities reversed and lost ground last week. All eight indexes on our watch list were negative for the week, and the average of the eight was a disappointing -2.18%. The range was considerable, from China’s top-performing Shanghai Composite, down less than a percent to the Japan’s Nikkei, down over five percent.

A Closer Look at the Last Four Weeks

The tables below provide a concise overview of performance comparisons over the past four weeks for these eight major indexes. We’ve also included the average for each week so that we can evaluate the performance of a specific index relative to the overall mean and better understand weekly volatility. The colors for each index name help us visualize the comparative performance over time.

Four Weeks

A Closer Look at the Year-to-Date Performance

Here is an overlay of the eight illustrating their comparative performance so far in 2016.

Here is a table of the 2016 performance, sorted from high to low, along with the interim highs for the eight indexes. The top performing S&P 500 is the only index with a year-to-date gain, down from two last week, with the UK’s FTSE falling back into the red. China’s Shanghai Composite has the dubious distinction of biggest loser last week, down nearly 17 percent at the end of the fourth month of the year.

The Global Bear Market Perspective

The column chart is sorted by the least to worst declines from previous peaks as of the week’s end. Seven of our eight watch list indexes had dropped into bear territory (a 20% decline), the S&P 500 being the sole exception. As of the latest close, four of the eight have remain in the bear zone, up from only two the previous week.

Global Bear Markets

A Longer Perspective

The chart below illustrates the comparative performance of World Markets since March 9, 2009. The start date is arbitrary: The S&P 500, CAC 40 and BSE SENSEX hit their lows on March 9th, the Nikkei 225 on March 10th, the DAX on March 6th, the FTSE on March 3rd, the Shanghai Composite on November 4, 2008, and the Hang Seng even earlier on October 27, 2008. However, by aligning on the same day and measuring the percent change, we get a better sense of the relative performance than if we align the…
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Best Stock Market Indicator Update

Courtesy of Doug Short’s Advisor Perspectives.

We continue to receive requests for updates to the “Best Stock Market Indicator”, which used to be a regular guest post from John Carlucci. Here is an update of the “Carlucci” indicator along with a summary of John’s explanation on how he uses it.


As John described it: “The $OEXA200R (the percentage of S&P 100 stocks above their 200 DMA) is a technical indicator available on StockCharts.com used to find the “sweet spot” time period in the market when you have the best chance of making money.”

Latest Indicator Position

According to this system, the market is now tradable and a signal to to enter and continue long trading. The OEXA200R is at 74%, and two out of three secondary indicators are positive:

  • RSI is POSITIVE (above 50)
  • Slow STO is NEGATIVE (black line below red line)
  • MACD is POSITIVE (black line above red line)

Carlucci Indicator

Background on the “Carlucci” Indicator

The OEXA200R is a metric used to assess the state of the market in order to make profitable trading decisions. That is, whether we are in a bull market, a bear market or transitioning from one to the other, as well as market volatility and risk within each of those situations. Historically, it has also given traders a clear early warning signal of impending serious market downturns and later safe re-entry points. While not intended as a day trading tool per se, it can certainly be used as background information by highly speculative traders. Simply put, the OEXA200R gives traders the ability to identify the most opportune conditions within which to execute their various long, short or hold strategies.

Definition of Terms:

Tradable” refers to the point at which it is most advantageous to enter and continue long trading.

Un-tradable” refers to the point at which it is advisable to exit all long positions that have not already automatically closed with a trailing stop loss. Please be aware that the OEXA exit points are not always timed at the exact top of any run up, that is impossible to predict. However, a trailing stop will follow the price to the highest point and close out as it falls from there, meaning most positions should have closed before the OEXA exit signal appears and thus should close at a point higher than at…
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Market Recap Apr 29, 2016

Courtesy of Blain.

Despite a big rally by Amazon, the action in the general indexes was weak which is a troubling development.  We also now have some technical issues which we will discuss below.  Indexes started with modest losses and those built through the mid afternoon; a surge in the closing minutes helped mitigate losses.  The S&P 500 dropped 0.51% and the NASDAQ 0.62%.

“The biggest surprise of the week was the Bank of Japan. We’re still feeling the aftershocks of that,” said Art Hogan, chief market strategist at Wunderlich Securities.

It’s “somewhat of a risk-off week probably led by the inaction of the Bank of Japan,” said Eric Stein, co-director of global fixed income at Eaton Vance Management.

Chicago PMI for April was 50.4, below expectations of 53.0 and March’s 53.6 print.  Any reading above 50 is still expansionary but this one was barely above 50.  Personal spending rose 0.1% in March, while personal income rose 0.4%.

“Consumers are two-thirds of the economy and they’re not spending much. It’s going to be hard to get the data to look much better without them,” said Paul Nolte, portfolio manager at Kingsview Asset Management.

A strategist from UBS is saying the “end game” is here for this multi year rally based on 2 factors – of course many have said that before and been proven wrong but if you want to see his reasons feel free to read here.

“And while age alone does not portend the definitive end of a Bull Market,” Emanuel writes, “the current rally, at 2,611 days, is now the second longest in modern history, behind only the 1990-2000 bull market.

Things were looking fine in the S&P 500 yesterday with a shallow pullback to the 20 day moving average but that broke quickly Friday and now some more caution is warranted.  As we wrote yesterday the NASDAQ already had issues breaking below the very key 200 day moving average.  It sunk even further today and is rolling along the 100 day moving average now.

Regarding Thursday’s close:  “When you get that kind of late-day price action when the market is


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Moving Averages: April Month-End Update

Courtesy of Doug Short’s Advisor Perspectives.

Valid until the market close on May 31, 2016

The S&P 500 closed April with a monthly gain of 0.27% which follows a gain of 6.60% last month. All three S&P 500 MAs are signaling “invested” and all five Ivy Portfolio ETF MAs are signaling “invested”. In the table, monthly closes that are within 2% of a signal are highlighted in yellow.

The Ivy Portfolio

Monthly Close Signals

The above table shows the current 10-month simple moving average (SMA) signal for each of the five ETFs featured in The Ivy Portfolio. We’ve also included a table of 12-month SMAs for the same ETFs for this popular alternative strategy.

For a facinating analysis of the Ivy Portfolio strategy, see this article by Adam Butler, Mike Philbrick and Rodrigo Gordillo:

Backtesting Moving Averages

Over the past few years we’ve used Excel to track the performance of various moving-average timing strategies. But now we use the backtesting tools available on the ETFReplay.com website. Anyone who is interested in market timing with ETFs should have a look at this website. Here are the two tools we most frequently use:

Background on Moving Averages

Buying and selling based on a moving average of monthly closes can be an effective strategy for managing the risk of severe loss from major bear markets. In essence, when the monthly close of the index is above the moving average value, you hold the index. When the index closes below, you move to cash. The disadvantage is that it never gets you out at the top or back in at the bottom. Also, it can produce the occasional whipsaw (short-term buy or sell signal), such as we’ve occasionally experienced over the past year.

Nevertheless, a chart of the S&P 500 monthly closes since 1995 shows that a 10- or 12-month simple moving average (SMA) strategy would have insured participation in most of the upside price movement while dramatically reducing losses.

10-Month MA

Here is the 12-month variant:

12-Month MA

The 10-month exponential moving average (EMA) is a slight variant on the simple moving average. This version mathematically increases the…
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Best Stock Market Indicator Update

Courtesy of Doug Short’s Advisor Perspectives.

We continue to receive requests for updates to the “Best Stock Market Indicator”, which used to be a regular guest post from John Carlucci. Here is an update of the “Carlucci” indicator along with a summary of John’s explanation on how he uses it.


As John described it: “The $OEXA200R (the percentage of S&P 100 stocks above their 200 DMA) is a technical indicator available on StockCharts.com used to find the “sweet spot” time period in the market when you have the best chance of making money.”

Latest Indicator Position

According to this system, the market is now untradable and a signal to exit all long positions. The OEXA200R is at 74%, but only two out of three secondary indicators are positive:

  • RSI is POSITIVE (above 50)
  • Slow STO is NEGATIVE (black line below red line)
  • MACD is POSITIVE (black line above red line)

Carlucci Indicator

Background on the “Carlucci” Indicator

The OEXA200R is a metric used to assess the state of the market in order to make profitable trading decisions. That is, whether we are in a bull market, a bear market or transitioning from one to the other, as well as market volatility and risk within each of those situations. Historically, it has also given traders a clear early warning signal of impending serious market downturns and later safe re-entry points. While not intended as a day trading tool per se, it can certainly be used as background information by highly speculative traders. Simply put, the OEXA200R gives traders the ability to identify the most opportune conditions within which to execute their various long, short or hold strategies.

Definition of Terms:

Tradable” refers to the point at which it is most advantageous to enter and continue long trading.

Un-tradable” refers to the point at which it is advisable to exit all long positions that have not already automatically closed with a trailing stop loss. Please be aware that the OEXA exit points are not always timed at the exact top of any run up, that is impossible to predict. However, a trailing stop will follow the price to the highest point and close out as it falls from there, meaning most positions should have closed before the OEXA exit signal appears and thus should close at a point higher than at the…
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S&P 500 Snapshot: Down 1.26% for the Week, But a Fractional 0.27% Gain for the Month

Courtesy of Doug Short’s Advisor Perspectives.

Global equity markets ended the week on a down note. Asian markets were mostly lower (although the Nikkei took the day off), and key European indexes were sharply lower, with the DAX and CAC 40 down 2.8% and 2.7% respectively. Our benchmark S&P 500 opened lower and sold off to twin intraday lows around 1.13% at midday and mid-afternoon. Some buying in the final hour trimmed the day’s loss to -51%. The index was dropped 1.26% for the week but finished the month with a fractional gain of 0.27%.

The yield on the 10-year note closed at 1.83%, down one basis point from the previous close and six basis points below last week’s close.

Here is a snapshot of past five sessions in the S&P 500.

S&P 500

Here is a weekly chart of the index.

S&P 500

A Perspective on Drawdowns

Here’s a snapshot of selloffs since the 2009 trough.

S&P 500 Drawdowns

Here is a more conventional log-scale chart with drawdowns highlighted.

S&P 500 MAs

Here is a linear scale version of the same chart with the 50- and 200-day moving averages.

S&P 500 MAs

A Perspective on Volatility

For a sense of the correlation between the closing price and intraday volatility, the chart below overlays the S&P 500 since 2007 with the intraday price range. We’ve also included a 20-day moving average to help identify trends in volatility.

S&P 500 Snapshot





March Real Disposable Income Per Capita Rises Again

Courtesy of Doug Short’s Advisor Perspectives.

With the release of today’s report on March Personal Incomes and Outlays we can now take a closer look at “Real” Disposable Personal Income Per Capita.

The first chart shows both the nominal per capita disposable income and the real (inflation-adjusted) equivalent since 2000. This indicator was significantly disrupted by the bizarre but predictable oscillation caused by 2012 year-end tax strategies in expectation of tax hikes in 2013.

At two decimal places, the nominal 0.31% month-over-month increase in disposable income comes in at 0.26% when we adjust for inflation. The year-over-year metrics are 3.20% nominal and 2.35% real.

DPI per Capita since 2000

The BEA uses the average dollar value in 2009 for inflation adjustment. But the 2009 peg is arbitrary and unintuitive. For a more natural comparison, let’s compare the nominal and real growth in per capita disposable income since 2000. Do you recall what you were doing on New Year’s Eve at the turn of the millennium? Nominal disposable income is up 65.9% since then. But the real purchasing power of those dollars is up only 24.1%.

DPI per Capita Growth

Here is a closer look at the real series since 2007.

DPI Close-up

Year-Over-Year DPI Per Capita

Let’s take one more look at real DPI per capita, this time focusing on the year-over-year percent change since the beginning of this monthly series in 1959. The chart below highlights the value for the months when recessions start to help us evaluate the recession risk for the current level.

DPI per Capita Year-over-Year

The current YoY of 2.35% is above the 1.66% average YoY at the start of the eight recessions since 1959. Check out the conspicuous tax planning blips as well as Microsoft’s big dividend payout in 2004.

The Consumption versus Savings Conflict

The US is a consumer-driven economy, as is evident from the percent share of GDP held by Personal Consumption Expenditures.

PCE Percent of GDP

But the money to support consumption has to come from somewhere, and a growth in real disposable income would be the best source. An alternative is to spend more by reducing savings. Given the long timeframe, this chart features a log scale vertical axis to give a better view of the relative savings…
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Regional Fed Manufacturing Overview: April Still Negative, but Continuing to Climb

Courtesy of Doug Short’s Advisor Perspectives.

Five out of the twelve Federal Reserve Regional Districts currently publish monthly data on regional manufacturing: Dallas, Kansas City, New York, Richmond, and Philadelphia.

Regional manufacturing surveys are a measure of local economic health and are used as a representative for the larger national manufacturing health. They have been used as a signal for business uncertainty and economic activity as a whole. Manufacturing makes up 12% of the country’s GDP.

The other 6 Federal Reserve Districts do not publish manufacturing data. For these, the Federal Reserve’s Beige Book offers a short summary of each districts’ manufacturing health. The Chicago Fed published their Midwest Manufacturing Index from July 1996 through December of 2013. According to their website, “The Chicago Fed Midwest Manufacturing Index (CFMMI) is undergoing a process of data and methodology revision. In December 2013, the monthly release of the CFMMI was suspended pending the release of updated benchmark data from the U.S. Census Bureau and a period of model verification. Significant revisions in the history of the CFMMI are anticipated.”

Here is a three-month moving average overlay of each of the five indicators since 2001 (for those with data). The latest average of the five is -3.2.

Regional Overlay

Here is the same chart including the average of the five. Readers will notice the range in expansion and contraction between all regions – this month’s average is at -3.2, which is an improvement from last month’s -7.8, but still in negative territory.

Regional Overlay

For comparison, here is the latest ISM Manufacturing survey.

Here are links to the five monthly manufacturing indicators that we track:

APPENDIX:

The twelve districts are as follows:

Boston (First Federal Reserve District) – Connecticut (excluding Fairfield County), Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont

New York (Second Federal Reserve District) – includes New York State, the 12 northern counties of New Jersey, Fairfield County in Connecticut, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Philadelphia (Third Federal Reserve District) – includes Eastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey, and Delaware

Cleveland (Fourth Federal Reserve District) – Ohio, western Pennsylvania, the northern panhandle of West Virginia, and eastern Kentucky; Fourth Federal Reserve District

Richmond (Fifth…
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Two Measures of Inflation and Fed Policy

Courtesy of Doug Short’s Advisor Perspectives.

Note: The charts below have been updated with the latest Personal Consumption Expenditures price index from the Bureau of Economic Analysis. The annualized rate of change is calculated to two decimal places for more precision in the side-by-side comparison with the Consumer Price Index.


The BEA’s Personal Consumption Expenditures Chain-type Price Index for March, released yesterday, shows core inflation below the Federal Reserve’s 2% long-term target at 1.56%, down from its February reading of 1.72%, which was the highest since late 2012. The most recent Core Consumer Price Index release, also data through March, is higher at 2.19%. The Fed is on record as using Core PCE data for its primary inflation gauge.

The inflation rate over the longer run is primarily determined by monetary policy, and hence the Committee has the ability to specify a longer-run goal for inflation. The Committee judges that inflation at the rate of 2 percent, as measured by the annual change in the price index for personal consumption expenditures, is most consistent over the longer run with the Federal Reserve’s statutory mandate. Communicating this inflation goal clearly to the public helps keep longer-term inflation expectations firmly anchored, thereby fostering price stability and moderate long-term interest rates and enhancing the Committee’s ability to promote maximum employment in the face of significant economic disturbances. [Source] Note: Bolding added.

Elsewhere the Fed stresses the importance of longer-term inflation patterns, the likelihood of persistence and the importance of “core” inflation (less food and energy). Why the emphasis on core? Here is an excerpt from one of the Fed FAQs.

Finally, policymakers examine a variety of “core” inflation measures to help identify inflation trends. The most common type of core inflation measures excludes items that tend to go up and down in price dramatically or often, like food and energy items. For those items, a large price change in one period does not necessarily tend to be followed by another large change in the same direction in the following period. Although food and energy make up an important part of the budget for most households — and policymakers ultimately seek to stabilize overall consumer prices — core inflation measures that leave out items with volatile prices can be useful in assessing inflation trends. [Source]

Fed’s Short-Term Target Broadened
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Fear Internationalization? It Could Mean Financial Security

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Submitted by Sprott Money.

Fear Internationalization? It Could Mean Financial Security

Written by Jeff Thomas (CLICK FOR ORIGINAL)

In the early sixteenth century, the Hunt-Lenox...



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Financial Markets and Economy

Here's your full preview of a big week for the US economy (Business Insider)

Friday's 0.5% decline in the S&P 500 wasn't enough to drop it into negative territory for April. The benchmark average finished the month up 0.3% at 2065.30 as it recorded its third straight monthly gain. Despite its three-month winning streak, the S&P 500 has gone nowhere since the start of 2015.

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"Nightmare" Mistake: Visa Free Travel for 80 Million Turks Coming Up

Courtesy of Mish.

Of all the inane, self-serving, deals German Chancellor Angela Merkel made with Turkey, visa-free travel for 80 million Islamic Turks tops the list.

“This is all a nightmare,” said one diplomat charged with making the deal work.

Nightmares aside, Brussels Prepares Legal Groundwork on Visa-Free Travel for Turks.

Brussels will this week propose visa-free travel to Europe for 80m Turks but says Ankara still needs to meet several politically explosive reform conditions within weeks, including overhauling its terrorism laws and party funding rules.

The enhanced travel rights were Turkey’s main windfall from a landmark EU...



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60 minutes Profiles Fintech

By Jacob Wolinsky. Originally published at ValueWalk.

60 Minutes profiled Fintech tonight specifically payment app Venmo (which is under FTC investigation for “deceptive or unfair practices” according to a recent report CNN Money)- is this a sign of the top? Judge for yourself

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Mid-Day Update

Reminder: Harlan is available to chat with Members, comments are found below each post.

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First Majastic Silver Wyckoff Friendly

Courtesy of Read the Ticker.

Sometimes is just works! Wyckoff logic is excellent when all the evidence supports your view.

The traditional Wyckoff logic traders will see the Wyckoff accumulation in this stock. Notice the NetVolume divergence with price, very telling. Point and Figure chart showing off an excellent 'CAUSE', that exploded into a fantastic 'EFFECT'. Some times winning is just too easy!


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PnF Chart, love the 'CAUSE' that was the base for the 'EFFECT'

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Nasdaq 100- Potentially Very Dangerous Pattern!

Courtesy of Chris Kimble.

CLICK ON CHART TO ENLARGE

This chart looks at the Nasdaq 100 index over the past 10-years.

A potential “Head & Shoulders” (H&S) topping pattern could be in play, highlighted in red.

Even if this is NOT an H&S topping pattern, the following situation has me watching Tech very closely; the index broke 5-year rising support line (A) last fall and the rally over the past couple of months has it kissing the underside of lines (A) and (B) at (1).

The NDX “Kissed” the underside of dual resistance of late and has turn...



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Biotech

PRGO, VRX and an Overpriced Papa

Reminder: Pharmboy and Ilene are available to chat with Members, comments are found below each post.

By Ilene 

Remember this? It was Monday. PRGO is down from around $130 to under $100 since I started following it LAST WEEK. That's down almost 25% in a week, and almost 50% in the last year. So I wrote, 

"Perrigo CEO Joseph Papa leaves Perrigo (PRGO) to lead Valeant (VRX) while PRGO issues a warning about missing earnings expectations. Not surprisingly, PRGO stock plummeted today. 

Robert Ingram, Chairman of the [Valeant] Board, stated, "The Board has conducted a thorough search process and believes that Joe is the ideal leader for Valeant at this time. He has a strong shareholder orientation,...



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OpTrader

Swing trading portfolio - week of April 25th, 2016

Reminder: OpTrader is available to chat with Members, comments are found below each post.

 

This post is for all our live virtual trade ideas and daily comments. Please click on "comments" below to follow our live discussion. All of our current  trades are listed in the spreadsheet below, with entry price (1/2 in and All in), and exit prices (1/3 out, 2/3 out, and All out).

We also indicate our stop, which is most of the time the "5 day moving average". All trades, unless indicated, are front-month ATM options. 

Please feel free to participate in the discussion and ask any questions you might have about this virtual portfolio, by clicking on the "comments" link right below.

To learn more about the swing trading virtual portfolio (strategy, performance, FAQ, etc.), please click here ...



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Digital Currencies

Is Bitcoin About To Soar?

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

Back on September 2, 2015 when bitcoin was trading at $230, we laid out the simplest and most fundamental reason why, irrelevant of one's ideological persuasion with "alternative" or digital currency - bitcoin would soar.

it was earlier this summer when the digital currency, which can bypass capital controls and national borders with the click of a button, surged on Grexit concerns and fears a Drachma return would crush the savings of an entire nation. Since then, BTC has dropped (in no small part as a result of the ...



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Mapping The Market

About that debate last night

Although we try to stay focused on finding and managing promising trade ideas, the comments in the comment section sometimes take a political turn (for access, try PSW — click here!). So today, Jean Luc writes,

The GOP debate last night was just unreal – are these people running to be president of the US or to lead a college fraternity! Comparing tool size? The only guy that looks semi-sane is Kasich. The other guys are just like 3 jackals right now. 

And something else – if Trump is the candidate, that little Romney speech yesterday is probably already being made into a commercial. And all these little snippets from the debate will also make some nice ads! If you are a conservative, you have to be scared now. 

Phil writes back,

I was expecting them to start throwing poop at each other &n...



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This is a non-trading topic, but I wanted to post it during trading hours so as many eyes can see it as possible.  Feel free to contact me directly at jennifersurovy@yahoo.com with any questions.

Last fall there was some discussion on the PSW board regarding setting up a YouCaring donation page for a PSW member, Shadowfax. Since then, we have been looking into ways to help get him additional medical services and to pay down his medical debts.  After following those leads, we are ready to move ahead with the YouCaring site. (Link is posted below.)  Any help you can give will be greatly appreciated; not only to help aid in his medical bill debt, but to also show what a great community this group is.

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