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    Once again my source was right saying less than 150,000 jobs would be created. He was right on the previous report when he said less than 100,000 jobs would be created. Nothing like good information to help in the decision making process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Homersays
    Once again my source was right saying less than 150,000 jobs would be created. He was right on the previous report when he said less than 100,000 jobs would be created. Nothing like good information to help in the decision making process.
    hey Homer, next report... less than 324,619 jobs will be created.
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    Peanuts, you're not even close. It will be less than 324,621 jobs. Sheesh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DSteckler
    Peanuts, you're not even close. It will be less than 324,621 jobs. Sheesh!
    Technically, you're right, but I'm not counting dog walkers as jobs... that's more of a hobby
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    Haven't seen the report yet...But my crystal ball estimated about 121,142...Was it close?
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    Quote Originally Posted by IIC
    Haven't seen the report yet...But my crystal ball estimated about 121,142...Was it close?
    I didn't post it beforehand because you, Dave and some others said such information plus others I had to contribute was worthless. I am laughing all the way to the bank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Homersays
    I didn't post it beforehand because you, Dave and some others said such information plus others I had to contribute was worthless. I am laughing all the way to the bank.
    Homer, I will give a link to my paypal account if you would like to donate to the needy Vulcans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Homersays
    I didn't post it beforehand because you, Dave and some others said such information plus others I had to contribute was worthless. I am laughing all the way to the bank.
    Please explain how the employment numbers will make you laugh all the way to the bank. I can do that everyday or as many times as I want by just lighting up and taking a few puffs. You never give us anything that we couldn't get from any number of websites that report those numbers. Give us in advance what sectors, groups, and stocks within those groups are going to be strengthening. Give us how the markets are going to trend or reverse trend or anything concrete that will provide some decent setups. Like Carlye Simon says, "you're so vague, I bet you think that everyone is watching you"
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    Quote Originally Posted by skiracer
    Please explain how the employment numbers will make you laugh all the way to the bank. I can do that everyday or as many times as I want by just lighting up and taking a few puffs. You never give us anything that we couldn't get from any number of websites that report those numbers. Give us in advance what sectors, groups, and stocks within those groups are going to be strengthening. Give us how the markets are going to trend or reverse trend or anything concrete that will provide some decent setups. Like Carlye Simon says, "you're so vague, I bet you think that everyone is watching you"
    What is your problem? I posted before the May jobs report that it would be less than 100,000. I also posted when the report came out to sell on the opening. I also posted that the Dow would rally 300 points before July 4th.
    The only post that was wrong was that the Fed would raise the Funds Rate by 1/2 and pause. It raised 1/4 but the Dow jumped over 200 pts. because the Fed indicated it might pause in August. The problem with you and others
    like you on this board is that you need a course in remedial reading and civility.

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    Poor Garbo. Would you like some cheese with your whine?

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