Administrative Note and Open Thread

October 30th, 2009 12:14 pm | by John Jansen |

It looks like it might be an interesting afternoon session but unfortunately I will not be here to blog it .

Please feel free to use this as an open thread and comment away.

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  1. 15 Responses to “Administrative Note and Open Thread”

  2. By Chris on Oct 30, 2009 | Reply

    Wow, it’s like yesterday never happened…!

  3. By Bman on Oct 30, 2009 | Reply

    Thanks John, have a good weekend.

  4. By Ed on Oct 30, 2009 | Reply

    Michael Mayo of Calyon thinks Citi may have a $10 billion writedown of deferred tax assets in Q4

  5. By S on Oct 30, 2009 | Reply


    I think that means that Citi isn’t going to generate profits – Shocked I am shocked

  6. By Bman on Oct 30, 2009 | Reply

    Sure it will – they are just going to come from you – and I, and….

  7. By franko on Oct 30, 2009 | Reply

    using a 5yr fibonacci graph of S&P500, closest resistance is 1101, support is 999, 50d moving avg is 1052, 100d moving avg is 1001, 200d moving avg is 919 – for ur guide

  8. By franko on Oct 30, 2009 | Reply

    oooops – those fibo lvls are based on a 1yr chart, sorreeeeeeeee 🙁

  9. By franko on Oct 30, 2009 | Reply

    the 5yr fibo lvls are 1121 and 1014, fyi, so we are closer to support than resistance……

  10. By gorgeous on Oct 30, 2009 | Reply

    Well since C is mentioned, I openly admit that I, like many other blonds, have great interest in bankrupt financials whom we are pitching in to refloat. Any thoughts on entry points for C and BAC?

  11. By FI Nagler on Oct 30, 2009 | Reply

    Citi questions Mayo’s report… lol

  12. By anon on Oct 30, 2009 | Reply


    that’s the EXACT number of jobs that this administration has created with stimulus money, through 10/10

    What do you know? Arkansas was the beneficiary of EXACTLY 3,742 of those jobs. Seriously.

    never you mind those elegiac bls/adp numbers. anyways, they are probably massaged by The Network That Shall Not Be Named and/or are probably the fault of The Former President, Who Shall Not Be Named.

  13. By Chicken on Oct 30, 2009 | Reply

    BAC – Well, I do recall $12 being a terrific battle ground area. Anything less than that would probably be quite a gift but you know how these things go; hot waters one day, dead meat the next.

    No telling how many years before dividends return or if shareholders will be forced to absorb awards from class-action lawsuits.

    Perhaps BA will fly before EOY, or AET will pull a magical rabbit out of their hat?

  14. By gorgeous on Oct 30, 2009 | Reply

    AET looks tricky. What is EOY? Anyway for BAC and C, magic rabbit is taken care of by the treasury, Fed, and private investors (cough,) compliments of the taxpayer. BAC has or is about to give .01$ dividend and much more if you have preferred.

    I bought some of each today though I see some downside and therefore not all in. My guess BAC will soon do something to make the czar go away. Hopefully it will not be more than the %30 dilution hinted.

  15. By Chicken on Oct 31, 2009 | Reply

    EOY – I’d hoped not to throw a curve but did.

    Sorry, EOY = End Of Year.

  16. By franko on Nov 2, 2009 | Reply

    EOY also known as calendar-YE, vs FY-end (fiscal year end)

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