RE: [TSP_Strategy] Re: Lost 60000 in one month in I fund Fk Fk Fk Fk Fk: FK the bankers I hate all


Jan 23, 2008

 


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#7933 Jan 23, 2008

On 350k now its worth 290 K in one freaking month

Sucking bankers who did this to all of us



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--- Sarah sarah_oz@...> wrote:

> Note that all the indices have turned up sharply.

> This is further

> indication that we've hit basing.

>

> --- In TSP_Strategy@yahoogroups.com, "Sarah"

> sarah_oz@...> wrote:

> >

> > It looks like highly volatile basing behavior for

> all of the indices.

> > Note that while all are down, and the I fund is

> most down, they are

> not

> > significantly down from yesterday's lows.

> >

> > Also note the price gap for the EFA.

> >

> > --- In TSP_Strategy@yahoogroups.com, "mrmahone"

> vze2qwc2@ wrote:

> > >

> > > This morning the news was full of market

> rebounds in Asia, Australia

> > > and Europe. These are generally the areas in

> which the I fund is

> > > invested, yes? Also, I read where the dollar's

> value in foreign

> > > currencies continues to decline. All good news

> for the I fund, yes?

> > > Yet as of noon today, the I fund as measured by

> iShares MSCI EAFE

> > > Index Fund is down over 4%- over twice as much

> as the S&P (C fund)

> has

> > > lost. Anyone have any idea what can be causing

> such a peculiar (and

> > > strong) reaction?

> > >

> > > Thanks,

> > >

> > > Brian

> > >

> >

>

>

>







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#7971 Jan 25, 2008

And you expect those of us who warn of the risks of market timing to

feel sorry for you?



Sorry, but if you ain't got the stomach to brush off a loss like this

you shouldn't be playing the game.



--- In TSP_Strategy@yahoogroups.com, Steve stev5a@...> wrote:

>

> On 350k now its worth 290 K in one freaking month

> Sucking bankers who did this to all of us

>

> \

> FFFFF

>

>

> FFFFF

>

>

> FFFFF

>

>



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#7972 Jan 25, 2008

Ouch



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-----Original Message-----

From: idamtnboy me1@...>



Date: Sat, 26 Jan 2008 02:16:45

To:TSP_Strategy@yahoogroups.com

Subject: [TSP_Strategy] Re: Lost 60000 in one month in I fund Fk Fk Fk Fk Fk:

FK the bankers I hate all





And you expect those of us who warn of the risks of market timing to

feel sorry for you?



Sorry, but if you ain't got the stomach to brush off a loss like this

you shouldn't be playing the game.

--- In TSP_Strategy@ mailto:TSP_Strategy%40yahoogroups.com> yahoogroups.com, Steve stev5a@...> wrote:

>

> On 350k now its worth 290 K in one freaking month

> Sucking bankers who did this to all of us

>

> \

> FFFFF

>

>

> FFFFF

>

>

> FFFFF

>

>



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#8016 Jan 29, 2008

I have to disagree with you.�� Playing a game you get a penalty if you don't play by the rules. Obviously, many different groups were involved in this fraud.����No one can apparently��see the future of the market, however if the rules of the game were changed without you knowing, then it would be logical to assume you would misjudge the��score.��What he��may have wanted to say was "how come we as a group did not see the rule changes in advance"?��Life is a game, did we have a choice?

idamtnboy me1@...> wrote:And you expect those of us who warn of the risks of market timing tofeel sorry for you?

Sorry, but if you ain't got the stomach to brush off a loss like thisyou shouldn't be playing the game.

--- In TSP_Strategy@ yahoogroups. com, Steve stev5a@...> wrote:>> On 350k now its worth 290 K in one freaking month> Sucking bankers who did this to all of us> > \> FFFFF> > > FFFFF> > > FFFFF> >



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#8020 Jan 29, 2008

Who could predict the banking on both sides of the atlantic would have goings on like that of Countrywide and Soc Gen.��Both��financial isntitutions are��among the largest in the world. Seems like specualtion on the home securities is at the root of it - as well as greed - causing a big bubble - "castles in the air".����It has rocked the foundations of our banking insitutes.�� CEO Mozila didn't get a severance package (better than rotting in jail of jeopardizing the Bank of America buy out whihc has 40 pages of clauses and $160m termination fee).������Bet Kerveil suddenly is not prosecuted.��They already dropped the Fraud charges.��Kerveil did not��personally profit - and��it has a peculiar smell to the situation.����The Banks just want to sweep all this under the rug.��I bet other banks are quaking as well.��Rogue Trader Kerveil to Name NamesFiled Under News��



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#8025 Jan 29, 2008

Understand Mr. Long has offered Mr. Kerveil to sniff out TSP frequent traders.....LOL!

Bob Kramerkramerb@...



To: TSP_Strategy@yahoogroups.comFrom: firefly_optics@...Date: Tue, 29 Jan 2008 05:29:13 -0800Subject: Re: [TSP_Strategy] Re: Lost 60000 in one month in I fund Fk Fk Fk Fk Fk: FK the bankers I hate all

Who could predict the banking on both sides of the atlantic would have goings on like that of Countrywide and Soc Gen.��Both��financial isntitutions are��among the largest in the world. Seems like specualtion on the home securities is at the root of it - as well as greed - causing a big bubble - "castles in the air".����It has rocked the foundations of our banking insitutes.�� CEO Mozila didn't get a severance package (better than rotting in jail of jeopardizing the Bank of America buy out whihc has 40 pages of clauses and $160m termination fee).������Bet Kerveil suddenly is not prosecuted.��They already dropped the Fraud charges.��Kerveil did not��personally profit - and��it has a peculiar smell to the situation.����The Banks just want to sweep all this under the rug.��I bet other banks are quaking as well.��Rogue Trader Kerveil to Name NamesFiled Under News��







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