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Tried to check on the progress of the Brexit voting and saw this:

Editor's note: During the UK EU referendum voting times of 7 a.m. – 10 p.m. GMT (2 a.m. - 5 p.m. ET), broadcasters are not permitted to report on referendum campaigning. We will not report details on any campaigning or any polling that may suggest an eventual outcome until after polls close. This is impartiality is designed to make sure there is no biased influence on potential voters.

Maybe they should try that here in the US. Tired of hearing the winners announced hours before the west coast voting even closes.
 

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Tried to check on the progress of the Brexit voting and saw this:

Editor's note: During the UK EU referendum voting times of 7 a.m. – 10 p.m. GMT (2 a.m. - 5 p.m. ET), broadcasters are not permitted to report on referendum campaigning. We will not report details on any campaigning or any polling that may suggest an eventual outcome until after polls close. This is impartiality is designed to make sure there is no biased influence on potential voters.

Maybe they should try that here in the US. Tired of hearing the winners announced hours before the west coast voting even closes.
It is understandable why they are keeping everyone in the dark, when there is so much money tied to this vote. Right now the markets have priced in a bremain. A BREXIT if it goes through will cause a mass sell off and cause a lot of volatility for world markets. The banks would be in a shit storm.
 

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Tried to check on the progress of the Brexit voting and saw this:

Editor's note: During the UK EU referendum voting times of 7 a.m. – 10 p.m. GMT (2 a.m. - 5 p.m. ET), broadcasters are not permitted to report on referendum campaigning. We will not report details on any campaigning or any polling that may suggest an eventual outcome until after polls close. This is impartiality is designed to make sure there is no biased influence on potential voters.

Maybe they should try that here in the US. Tired of hearing the winners announced hours before the west coast voting even closes.
There is no conspiracy here.

In the UK, it is actually illegal to report polling numbers (even exit polls) BEFORE the official polls close.

My guess is they will stay but even if they leave, it wont have much of an affect on our market. I could see a 300 to 500 point swing which is nothing percentage wise. Currently, the weaker dollar is actually a good thing.
 

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The bookmakers over there are generally the most accurate, as far as getting the outcome right. According to them, Britain will bremain.
 

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There is no conspiracy here.

In the UK, it is actually illegal to report polling numbers (even exit polls) BEFORE the official polls close.

My guess is they will stay but even if they leave, it wont have much of an affect on our market. I could see a 300 to 500 point swing which is nothing percentage wise. Currently, the weaker dollar is actually a good thing.
It has had a huge effect on the markets they just shut down the Japanese markets. They popped the circuit breaker. NO Biggy, lol, u r funny.
 

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It has had a huge effect on the markets they just shut down the Japanese markets. They popped the circuit breaker. NO Biggy, lol, u r funny.
Nothing says "free market" economies like systems in place to shut down the markets under massive losses. lol.

Too bad they don't have the same checks in place under massive gains. That may actually prevent some of these huge bubbles that pop more and more frequently.
 

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Nothing says "free market" economies like systems in place to shut down the markets under massive losses. lol.

Too bad they don't have the same checks in place under massive gains. That may actually prevent some of these huge bubbles that pop more and more frequently.
I agree with you on that. It's a casino. I remember when Steve Jobs died, and they stopped trading Apple stock. Exactly my thought - so we just stop trading? Did the product reliability decrease along with the personal change?
 

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Nothing says "free market" economies like systems in place to shut down the markets under massive losses. lol.

Too bad they don't have the same checks in place under massive gains. That may actually prevent some of these huge bubbles that pop more and more frequently.
LOL, the Japanese central bank has done everything in its power to devalue the yen. The Brits just screwed them. I have never seen interest rates tumble so fast on U.S. Treasuries. Good for Americans that want to buy or refinance a mortgage. The direct opposite off what the federal reserve banking cartel was trying to accomplish. Their policy is getting crushed also. Bad for savers, bad for the insurance industry, bad for people with pensions. But remember this won't have much of an effect. Lol.
 

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LOL, the Japanese central bank has done everything in its power to devalue the yen. The Brits just screwed them. I have never seen interest rates tumble so fast on U.S. Treasuries. Good for Americans that want to buy or refinance a mortgage. The direct opposite off what the federal reserve banking cartel was trying to accomplish. Their policy is getting crushed also. Bad for savers, bad for the insurance industry, bad for people with pensions. But remember this won't have much of an effect. Lol.
Bassman is part of the Bilderberg Group, remember? He's meet with a home construction CEO or two in Phoenix a couple times. He knows stuff.

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Bassman is part of the Bilderberg Group, remember? He's meet with a home construction CEO or two in Phoenix a couple times. He knows stuff.

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You and pompom are such knee jerk Nancy's. Guys like you are why I have great days in the markets (well, I mean guys like you that actually have money in the market, you 2 are both just sideline reporters without a pot to piss in).
The implied open is about 500 points down. I sure hope folks with actual skin in the game keep reacting like you 2 Mary's. I'd love to see it go lower.

We will see where the solid companies with high yields are trading in 6 months to a year. I'm buying them today.:biggrin:
 

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You and pompom are such knee jerk Nancy's. Guys like you are why I have great days in the markets (well, I mean guys like you that actually have money in the market, you 2 are both just sideline reporters without a pot to piss in).
The implied open is about 500 points down. I sure hope folks with actual skin in the game keep reacting like you 2 Mary's. I'd love to see it go lower.

We will see where the solid companies with high yields are trading in 6 months to a year. I'm buying them today.:biggrin:
It's interesting to see, but England voting out of the EU, not out of the planet. Expect some panic selling, then things will get back to normal. Most likely, the pound will be on track sooner rather than later. Again, it will take them 2 years to fully transition. After that, no ridiculous regulations or supporting all of Europe with Germany. I expect more to follow suit as time goes on.
 

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You and pompom are such knee jerk Nancy's. Guys like you are why I have great days in the markets (well, I mean guys like you that actually have money in the market, you 2 are both just sideline reporters without a pot to piss in).
The implied open is about 500 points down. I sure hope folks with actual skin in the game keep reacting like you 2 Mary's. I'd love to see it go lower.

We will see where the solid companies with high yields are trading in 6 months to a year. I'm buying them today.:biggrin:
What ever you say Mr. BILDERBERG. If you were smart you would have a fx account and made easy money already. But your not. The only hope you have is if the BOE does some qe. Equities have been stagnet since the last round of qe two years ago. The fun has just begun.
 

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It's interesting to see, but England voting out of the EU, not out of the planet. Expect some panic selling, then things will get back to normal. Most likely, the pound will be on track sooner rather than later. Again, it will take them 2 years to fully transition. After that, no ridiculous regulations or supporting all of Europe with Germany. I expect more to follow suit as time goes on.
Six months ago the EU outlawed the electric tea kettle that British people use, outlawed the electric toaster the English people use. Huge mistake messing with the way the British make tea and toast. Obviously, lol.
 
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