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Dow goes deep red; worst day in 2012
Blue-chip index tanks 313 points after Obama’s
re-election, as looming fiscal reality sinks in.
• Why there's a Wednesday wipeout
• Stocks could tumble 1,000 points: Gephardt 


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Drop echoes 1987 crash prelude
The charts, timing and news cycle bear more than a passing similarity to the period before October 1987, writes Jon D. Markman.
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“ Wishes cost nothing unless you want them to come true. ”
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What A Military Veteran Can Teach You About Money
Deborah L. Jacobs, Forbes Staff




Accountability, sacrifice, discipline and flexibility help members of our military do their jobs. The same qualities can help you make smarter decisions about your finances.
Nov. 11 is Veterans Day. (It’s observed on Monday, Nov. 12 this year because it falls on a Sunday.) In honor of that occasion, Steve Repak,a veteran, certified financial planner and author ofDollars & Uncommon Sense: Basic Training For Your Money, has written the following guest post on 10 things you can do to be better equipped for your financial battles.


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Stocks' recent path echoes 1987 crash prelude 
Commentary: The charts, timing, and news cycle bear more than a passing similarity to the period before October 1987, writes Jon D. Markman.


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THOMAS H. KEE
A technical take on Apple, Facebook and RIM





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By Thomas H. Kee Jr.
In market environments like this, investors do not need to hear the warnings I have been making for months as much as they need more specific stock-related information. My intention with this article is to point out both potential opportunities and risk controls in three of the 1300 stocks that we follow at Stock Traders Daily .
Before I begin, I have advised clients to participate in the short side of the market already, but I only advise clients to do that near market highs. I will soon stop allowing them to initiate new longer-term short positions. We do not chase the market; instead we short near relative highs and then wait for the market to capitulate. If the market continues to pull back, we will be too far away from the high for me to authorize new longer-term short positions, and therefore, we will be in our waiting mode. If you have any questions about this, please let me know.
Today's column focuses on three stocks that have been very important to investors recently. They are AppleAAPL +1.73% , Facebook FB -3.90%  and Research In Motion RIMM +4.15% . The summaries below are technical and are derived from our real-time trading reports for these specific companies.
Apple: when Apple broke below $640, a material reversal signal surfaced, and it told us that the stock could fall to $520 in a relatively short time frame. However, according to our technical observations, $520 is not nearly as strong a support level as $425.
Therefore, our current technical observations for Apple tell us to respect $520 and consider it a trading catalyst. If this level holds, we could see a bounce back, but if it breaks, do not hold your nose and hope for the best. If $520 breaks lower, the stock could fall by another 20% without much trouble at all.
RIMM: anyone who reads the news knows that Research In Motion has been out of favor since it hit $70 in February of 2011, but our real-time trading report for RIMM tells us that the stock may be stabilizing, and if it breaks over the longer-term resistance level that is offered in our report, it could actually increase significantly. The stock has already been flirting with this level, in fact it is doing so right now, so consider any increase from current levels to be extremely bullish and trigger a buy signal.
This is obviously a lower-priced stock, so small moves can turn into larger gains, but they can also turn into larger losses, so limit your exposure. On that same note, if the stock is capable of turning higher here, its first stop will likely be around $12.50, and if that breaks higher, $25 is not far away either.
FB: Facebook is a stock that people are tempted to buy because they believe website traffic will soon convert to revenue, but trading a stock like this based on expectations is extremely risky. Instead, trading this with an unbiased objective, in other words, trading instead of investing in it, can produce excellent results with very clear risk controls. My current analysis tells me that the range between $17.64 and $24.42 is extremely attractive, and buyers should be willing to buy the stock near $17.64 with tight stop-losses, and short-sellers should be willing to short it near $24.42 with tight stop-losses as well.
Either one of these can provide excellent returns, but the mindset is not one of investing in Facebook, but instead trading it. Longer-term investments would require Facebook to first break out of this range. 


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MessagePosté le: Lun 12 Nov - 00:37 (2012)    Sujet du message: Marchés 2012 Répondre en citant

A titre de rappel à la fois pour le blog et pour la manière dont JP Morgan a fait une somptueuse affaire sur le dos de MF GLOBAL avec la vente du LME 
http://en-finir-avec-la-crise.blogspot.fr/2012/06/jp-morgan-jackpot-sur-le-…


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MessagePosté le: Lun 12 Nov - 11:34 (2012)    Sujet du message: Marchés 2012 Répondre en citant

La Banque, c'est dans la différence.

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Dans les arcanes du marché américain, exemple :


Top Stocks and Insiders Trade Secrets: Halliburton, Comcast, Research In ...




http://www.pennystocksinsiders.com/PR/111212A/RIMM/ResearchInMotion.pdf


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Dans les arcanes du marché américain, exemple :


Top Stocks and Insiders Trade Secrets: Halliburton, Comcast, Research In ...




http://www.pennystocksinsiders.com/PR/111212A/RIMM/ResearchInMotion.pdf


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Black Friday Approaches With Plenty Of Deals And...




BY Charles Poladian | November 09 2012 3:55 PM


Black Friday, that day that gets thousands to line up in the cold for a chance at scoring some deep discounts, is fast approaching and many deals have already been leaked. Should retailers be concerned about these leaked deals in the weeks leading up to Black Friday?

Black Friday is one busy shopping day, occurring on Nov. 23. Thousands of shoppers will line up early in the morning to get their hands on heavily. discounted items, from big ticket items like televisions to clothing. Usually those deals are announced right before the big day in order to keep consumers buying instead of holding off because they know in a few weeks there will be a better deal.
In fact, it's that mentality that has led Time to speculate on the number of leaks that are flooding the Internet nearly three weeks before Black Friday. There are countless sites a consumer can turn to for leaked Black Friday deals and Time mentions a leaked Kmart flyer which features a Black Friday deal on a 42-inch Plasma RCA television for $199. If consumers knew the deals like the Kmart deal ahead of time, chances are they'll stop buying in the weeks before Black Friday.
http://www.ibtimes.com/black-friday-approaches-plenty-deals-plenty-leaks-86…http://www.addthis.com/bookmark.php?v=250&winname=addthis&pub=ra-4f…


According to Time, there are 30 different Black Friday ads that have appeared on the Internet although some of them could be fake, early drafts that will be revised later or just a mock-up. While it would be difficult to stop the deluge, some retailers do take legal actions on websites that feature leaked Black Friday ads. USA Today notes that Ace Hardware and Walmart have sent out cease and desist orders to websites posting Black Friday ads.
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Manipulations toujours :


FSA examines 'Libor-like' manipulation of gas prices
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Exclusive: £300bn wholesale gas market manipulated by big power companies, says whistleblower



[*]guardian.co.uk, Monday 12 November 2012 17.30 GMT[*]
[*]The City watchdog, the Financial Services Authority, is investigating claims by a whistleblower that Britain's £300bn wholesale gas market has been "regularly" manipulated by some of the big power companies, exploiting weaknesses that echo the recent Libor scandal.
Separately, the energy regulator Ofgem has been warned by a company responsible for setting so-called benchmark prices, ICIS Heren, that it had seen evidence of suspect trading on 28 September, a key date as it marks the end of the gas financial year and can have an important influence on future prices.
The whistleblower, who works for ICIS Heren, raised the alarm after identifying what he believed to be attempts to distort the prices reported by the company. These benchmark prices are critically important because many wholesale gas contracts are based on them and small changes in the price can cost or save companies millions.
The revelations come at a highly charged time for Britain's energy sector, with many of the big six suppliers under public fire for alleged profiteering on household energy bills and mis-selling on the doorstep.
In a statement, the FSA said: "We can confirm that we have received information in relation to the physical gas market. We take market misconduct seriously and will be analysing the material."
Ofgem said it had been given material "relating to trading in the gas market and is looking into the issue". The energy regulator said it had limited powers in this area but would "consider carefully any evidence of market abuse brought to our attention as well as scope for action under all our other powers".
The City and energy regulators are keenly aware of the growing political concerns that high energy prices, which are linked to wholesale values, can increase fuel poverty and undermine economic recovery.
The market abuse concerns were initially raised by Seth Freedman, a former City trader who worked as a price reporter at ICIS Heren for nine months. He told the Guardian he believed problems he spotted in a frenzied half-hour of trading on 28 September were more widespread.
"Traders have made clear to me that manipulation of gas prices is taking place on a regular basis. They name big companies among those they accuse of trying to rig prices and reap profits. Market participants claim the fixing of prices is an open secret," he said.
He also claimed that:
• Big six companies are among those whose names are quoted by traders as being involved in attempts to raise or depress wholesale gas prices.
• The key benchmark indices produced by at least one price reporting agency and used increasingly in massive UK supply contracts are unreliable, undermined by poorly trained staff and over-cosy relationships between traders and price reporters.
• Traders regularly put price reporters under pressure to change prices they disagree with.
• Price reporters struggle to set accurate benchmarks because they lack detailed information about trading in the opaque so-called "over-the-counter" market and are dependent on what traders tell them about market activity.
The disturbing issues raised by the traders he talked to daily in his job at ICIS led Freedman to tape conversations about the 28 September price gyrations, which he has handed over to the FSA.
In one, a trader from one power company says: "There's a feeling among some people that somebody's taking the piss a bit on the day ahead index. Between us I think [Company X] got in a bit of trouble for that about six months ago." (It has not been possible to establish if any company was censured.)
Another trader told Freedman, who has previously been a freelance contributor to the Guardian, in an instant messaging exchange: "There are a few shops that continually try to distort closes from what I see … some of the range of quotes I hear sometimes are criminal."
When Freedman flagged up a series of suspiciously low trades that he believed were designed to depress ICIS's "day ahead" price on 28 September, a senior ICIS manager acknowledged that they appeared to be an attempt to manipulate the price but said "actually we did a bad job investigating it".
ICIS Heren did notify Ofgem about the suspicious trades. But, in another recorded conversation, the manager said there was "no official thing to do" when price reporting agencies saw what they believed to be evidence of price manipulation.
The whistleblower's information handed over to the FSA shows that on 28 September the price at which so-called day ahead gas contracts were being bought and sold dropped sharply at precisely the time – 4.30pm – at which ICIS Heren attempts to take the pulse of the market.
One explanation for this could be that traders were deliberately dealing below the prevailing price in order to drag the benchmark down, perhaps because they stood to gain more from other contracts linked to this benchmark.
It is not possible for price reporters to establish who did the suspicious deals because they were conducted through a third-party brokerage firm.
In a statement, ICIS confirmed that it had detected some "unusual trading" activity on the British wholesale gas market on 28 September, which it reported to energy regulator Ofgem in October.
"The cause of the trading pattern, which involved a series of deals done below the prevailing market trend, has not yet been established. ICIS welcomes the seriousness with which the regulator has so far responded to this information and we have provided all the evidence at our disposal to help the regulator determine what happened."
ICIS said it welcomed the additional powers that are to be assigned to national energy regulators as of 2013 under the Remit regulation and the additional market oversight provided by the pan-European energy regulator ACER.
A spokesman for the Department of Energy and Climate Change said: "The government takes alleged abuse in our markets very seriously. It's important not to pre-empt the work that the enforcement agencies already have under way to assess the detail of the allegations made. The FSA and Ofgem have a range of powers available to them and have our full support in applying the law and ensuring that any wrongdoers are held to account."
It is understand that the energy and climate change secretary, Ed Davey, will make a statement to the House of Commons on Tuesday about the price manipulation allegations.
In Europe, energy companies have been trying to fight off attempts by Brussels to introduce tighter regulations of the gas market to ensure there can be no repeat of the Libor scandal.
Arlene McCarthy, the North West England MEP, said she feared Freedman had unearthed another case of apparent market abuse and manipulation in gas prices.
"For some time I have feared there is an extensive cartel culture of market-rigging and price-fixing in the commodities markets. Companies guilty of abuse must face the full force of penalties and sanctions and jail for criminal behaviour," she said.
"The FSA must take action but as the UK gas is the benchmark for gas traded at EU level I will be asking European commissioners [Joaquín] Almunia and [Michel] Barnier to take urgent action on cartels and price-fixing and introduce tough rules on the setting of benchmarks and indices in the commodities markets."
Chris Cook, a former compliance officer at the International Petroleum Exchange and now a senior research fellow at University College, London, said the problems highlighted by Freedman in the gas market echoed those in the oil sector.
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What investors can learn from Fidelity’s shuttered funds
Commentary: Steer clear of investments with poor life expectancies


By Chuck Jaffe, MarketWatch
Fidelity’s recent decision to close three funds to new investors — and possibly liquidate them entirely — provides a good lesson: Don’t chase the latest fad in funds.


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Trading Glitch Hits NYSE
Rival exchanges stopped sending orders to the Big Board after operator NYSE Euronext reported an issue executing trades in more than 200 stocks shortly after Monday's opening bell.  6:59 PM


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Tax Threat Prompts Selloff
Politicians are battling over which Americans will pay higher taxes. But many investors aren't waiting to find out the answer. The prospect of higher taxes on capital gains is prompting many to unload some of their winning stocks.


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