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2629 Postings, 5964 Tage DrShnuggle...

 
  
    #51
10.02.08 15:19
Lieber Schrecken ohne Ende, als ein Ende mit Schrecken!

Runter mit den Zinsen, dann schleicht der Crash und die Inflation, und keiner hat es gesehen!
Bei Dax 2000 Punkten kaufe ich ein, bei 500 laß ich sein, bei einem Pünktchen geh ich wieder ein!  

489 Postings, 6416 Tage fischereiNur noch ein paar Tage,

 
  
    #52
1
10.02.08 21:21
dann kommt er, der Mega-Crash. Also neuronales Börsensystem einschalten und auf den Mega-Crash warten. Mann, Mann, habe ich die Hose voll, es wird alles ganz schrecklich, meine Mutti hat immer gesagt: Lass die Finger von Aktien, kaufe Gold und Silber, aber ich böser Junge habe nie auf Mutti gehört. Naja, wenn ich mein Geld nach dem Crash zu 100% verloren habe, muss ich Mutti eben mit ein bisschen Zyankali füttern (immer ganz geringe Dosen, damit es bei der Obduktion nicht auffällt), so komme ich schneller an mein Erbe und kann nach dem Mega-Crash wieder in Aktien investieren. Toll, so macht Aktienanlage viel FREUDE.

Ach so, bevor jemand die Staatsanwaltschaft mit Ermittlungen zu einem bevorstehenden Giftmord beauftragt, ist natürlich alles nur SCHWARZER HUMOR.

Stehen wir kurz vor einem Mega-Crash?

Das Unternehmen Neuro System AG, das mittels computergestütztem neuronalen Börsensystem Kursvoraussagen insbesondere für aktive Börsentrader macht, warnt aktuell vor einem bevorstehenden Mega-Crash an den Welt-Aktienmärkten oder einem Finanzkollaps.


Jüngste Kursturbulenzen exakt vorhergesagt
Für Furore sorgte das Schweizer Unternehmen bereits in der jüngsten Vergangenheit. In einer Presseerklärung vom 15.01.2008 verkündete die Firma einen kurz bevorstehenden Börsencrash. Einen Tag vor dem starken Kursverfall am 21. Januar empfahl Neuro System dann seinen Kunden mit Nachdruck, am Montag auf fallende Kurse zu setzen, da ein Crash eintreten werde. Am 31.01.2008 warnte das Unternehmen erneut vor fallenden Kursen und einem anstehenden Kursrutsch. Die exakten Prognosen der Schweizer wurden Realität. Viele Kunden der Firma verdreifachten ihr Geld innerhalb weniger Tage.

Computerprogramm gibt Empfehlungen
Ungewöhnlich ist die Präzision der Vorhersagen, welche fast punktgenau an den Börsen tatsächlich eintraten. Das Computerprogramm wird mit umfangreichen Daten aus dem Fundamental- und Kursbereich versorgt. Aufgrund neuronaler Netze ermittelt es Trends und spricht Handelsempfehlungen aus. Der Algorithmus wurde mit der Maßgabe codiert, eine fortlaufende Verbesserung zu erzielen. Das System ist auf den DAX und EuroSTOXX 50 sowie die dort gehandelten Aktien spezialisiert.

Verheerender Kursfall steht bevor
Neuro System sagt nun einen verheerenden Kursfall innerhalb der kommenden zwei Wochen voraus. Die Perspektive für die Weltbörsen und Weltwirtschaft sehe "dunkelgrau" aus. Die Rezession breite sich rasant aus. Maßgeblich an der Misere sind der hohe Ölpreis sowie ungesicherte Finanzinstrumente in Billionenhöhe, welche die Weltwirtschaft erwürgen. Sofern der DAX bis März 2008 nicht mindestens nachhaltig über 7300 Punkte gehandelt wird, müssen die Unternehmen im großen Stil Wertberichtigungen an ihren Aktienpaketen durchführen. Eine sich immer schneller drehende negative Spirale werde in Gang gesetzt und richte einen enormen Schaden an, so die Schweizer Crash-Propheten. Handelt die Weltgemeinschaft nicht rasch, sei ein weltweiter Kollaps in greifbarer Nähe.

Zuverlässiger Indikator?
Neuro System hat sich laut eigenen Angaben in Fachkreisen einen Namen als zuverlässiger Börsenindikator gemacht. Deshalb nehme die Finanzbranche die neue Prognose der Schweizer ernst. Die bisherigen Voraussagen der Firma seien in der Vergangenheit fast immer eingetreten.

 

80400 Postings, 7320 Tage Anti LemmingAber solche Programme haben doch auch

 
  
    #53
2
10.02.08 22:07
den amerikanischen Müll-Anleihe-Paketen aus dem Subprime-Bereich die AAA-Bestnote im Rating gegeben, oder? Künstliche Intelligenz ist nicht schlauer als der Programmierer, die sie "eingewiesen" hat. Nur schneller (beim Fehlermachen).  

41 Postings, 5954 Tage SchweitzerSuper Programm

 
  
    #54
10.02.08 22:29
Warum wird das eigentlich veröffentlicht ?
Die könnten mit dem Super Programm doch Geld ohne Ende machen.
Oder ist das nur Eigenwerbung ?
Seltsam für eine Schweitzer Firma.  

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    #55
1
10.02.08 23:10
habe den Artikel auf der T-Online Seite gefunden. Computerprogramme sind eben nur so schlau, wie der oder die Macher des Programms. In Zeiten der Angst, aber auch in "normalen" Zeiten nutzen Crash-Propheten u.a. die Situation GNADENLOS aus, zur Info hinter dem Neuro System steht ein BB aus der Schweiz.

hier der link und noch so ein BLÖDSINNIGER Artikel über die Firma (Quelle: www.presseportal.de/pm/69076/1122090/..._system_datenverarbeitung_ag/ - 32k )

http://www.einhorn-trading.com/catalog/beschreibung.php



Neuro System AG entwickelt sich verstärkt zum DAX-Indikator für die Börsianer

Wollerau (ots) - Die Kunst liegt darin, einen Börsencrash im Vorfeld vorauszusagen und nicht wie die meisten selbsternannten Börsen-Gurus ihn auszusprechen, wenn er vollzogen wurde. Dieses Meisterstück schaffte erneut Neuro System. Bereits mit Presserklärung vom 15-01-2008 warnte das Schweizer Unternehmen vor einem weltweiten Börsencrash verheerenden Ausmasses. Seit ende November 2007 mahnte die vom Unternehmen entwickelte künstliche Börsenintelligenz intensiv vor einer extremem Börsenblase zu stehen, die kurz vor dem platzen ist. Mehrere Handelsempfehlungen auf fallende Kurse wurden von Neuro System herausgegeben. Viele Börsianer setzten rechtzeitig die Handelsempfehlungen um, indem Sie in Optionsscheine, Optionen, Knock-outs und insbesondere in Futures investierten. Das Resultat waren enorme Gewinne beim Absturz der Weltbörsen und des DAX. Mit einer unglaublichen Präzision sagte das Unternehmen in seiner Markteinschätzung am 20-01-2008 den endgültigen Fall der Weltbörsen voraus, welcher am Folgetag Realität und zum Horror vieler Investoren wurde. Das ist eine herausragende Leistung und verdient höchste Anerkennung. Mit den exakten Voraussagen machte sich Neuro System sicher einen Namen unter den Börsianern. Neuro System bietet Handelsempfehlungen seines entwickelten Börsensystems in Form eines Abonnements dem Markt an. Aussergewöhnlich ist, dass zu jeder Handelsempfehlung der jeweilige Index-Stand mit angegeben wird. Dadurch können die Abonnenten entweder die vom Unternehmen empfohlenen Zertifikate, oder selbst ausgesuchte handeln. Kurz vor dem verheerenden Crash verkündete Neuro System seinen Kunden das Motto: "Cash ist the real winner" und behielt damit vollkommen recht. Viele Börsianer suchen den Rat der Firma, um Ihr Depot optimal zu managen. Dabei ist guter Rat nicht teuer. Ein Abonnement für drei Monate kostet derzeit 79 Euro. Im Vergleich zu anderen Anbietern und unter Berücksichtigung der treffsicheren Handelempfehlungen ist der Preis sehr günstig und empfehlenswert.

Neuro System Datenverarbeitung AG
Rolf Hunziker
Hauptstrasse 46 A
8832 Wollerau
Schweiz
Tel.:     +41/62/723'18'50
Internet: www.neuro-system-daten.com

Man beachte die letzten drei Sätze. ABZOCKE und MENSCHENVERDUMMUNG!!!

mfg fischerei  

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    #56
11.02.08 16:06
mami, usa crasht schon wieder

was kann man da tun ?

 

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    #57
11.02.08 17:23
dow will net crashen hilft auch kein bashen
erstmal hoch auf 7200 und dann down

 

3233 Postings, 6982 Tage DahinterschauerSubprime-Neuauflage Ende März

 
  
    #58
12.02.08 13:21
Zu den von US-Playern gehaltenen 130 Mrd$ Schrottverbriefungen soll es noch 300 Mrd$ geben, die von Analysten in Japan vermutet werden. Die japan. Banken müssen bis Ende März Farbe bekennen. Ich glaube aber, daß entgegen den bisherigen Behauptungen aus der VR China doch auch dort hohe Beträge aus den Überschuß-Dollars diese Wege gefunden haben. Die VR wird das natürlich nicht an die große Glocke hängen, weil die Entscheidung ja die Partei getroffen hat, wenn dem so ist. Vielmehr hätte man ja die Möglichkeit, die amerikan. Banken zu einer Rückabwicklung zu zwingen. - Und schon wieder müßte es große Abschreibungen der US-Player (und evtl auch der UBS als China-Spezialist unter den Banken) Anfang 2. Quartal geben.  

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    #59
1
14.02.08 02:32
hauptsache es geht runter dann ist mein leben bunter ...

steigende notierungen sorgen bei mir für kollabierungen ...

megacrash ahoi toi toi ...  

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    #60
14.02.08 06:43
sei strong, geh long !!  

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    #61
14.02.08 07:21
 
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3956 Postings, 6217 Tage Trüffelschwein07Es bahnt sich an ne Megahausse!

 
  
    #62
1
14.02.08 11:07
Bald tritt sie ein, dann gibts bei mir ne große Sause !

Bärenfell tut bald ganz weh
Bullengebrüll juchhe !  

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    #63
14.02.08 20:04
die turbohausse ist tot es lebe die bärengosse ...

 

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    #64
1
15.02.08 15:56
endlich crasht es wieder

muss runter dann wirds bunter
im depot brennts lichterlohn

alles muss raus grosses kehraus  

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    #65
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15.02.08 15:57
 
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    #66
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15.02.08 19:21
Here are the twelve steps or stages of a scenario of systemic financial meltdown associated with this severe economic recession.

First, this is the worst housing recession in US history and there is no sign it will bottom out any time soon. At this point it is clear that US home prices will fall between 20% and 30% from their bubbly peak; that would wipe out between $4 trillion and $6 trillion of household wealth. While the subprime meltdown is likely to cause about 2.2 million foreclosures, a 30% fall in home values would imply that over 10 million households would have negative equity in their homes and would have a big incentive to use "jingle mail" (i.e. default, put the home keys in an envelope and send it to their mortgage bank). Moreover, soon enough a few very large home builders will go bankrupt and join the dozens of other small ones that have already gone bankrupt thus leading to another free fall in home builders' stock prices that have irrationally rallied in the last few weeks in spite of a worsening housing recession.

Second, losses for the financial system from the subprime disaster are now estimated to be as high as $250 to $300 billion. But the financial losses will not be only in subprime mortgages and the related RMBS and CDOs. They are now spreading to near prime and prime mortgages as the same reckless lending practices in subprime (no down-payment, no verification of income, jobs and assets (i.e. NINJA or LIAR loans), interest rate only, negative amortization, teaser rates, etc.) were occurring across the entire spectrum of mortgages; about 60% of all mortgage origination since 2005 through 2007 had these reckless and toxic features.

So this is a generalized mortgage crisis and meltdown, not just a subprime one. And losses among all sorts of mortgages will sharply increase as home prices fall sharply and the economy spins into a serious recession. Goldman Sachs now estimates total mortgage credit losses of about $400 billion; but the eventual figures could be much larger if home prices fall more than 20%. Also, the RMBS and CDO markets for securitization of mortgages - already dead for subprime and frozen for other mortgages - remain in a severe credit crunch, thus reducing further the ability of banks to originate mortgages. The mortgage credit crunch will become even more severe.

Also add to the woes and losses of the financial institutions the meltdown of hundreds of billions of off balance SIVs and conduits; this meltdown and the roll-off of the ABCP market has forced banks to bring back on balance sheet these toxic off balance sheet vehicles adding to the capital and liquidity crunch of the financial institutions and adding to their on balance sheet losses. And because of securitization the securitized toxic waste has been spread from banks to capital markets and their investors in the US and abroad, thus increasing - rather than reducing systemic risk - and making the credit crunch global.

Third, the recession will lead - as it is already doing - to a sharp increase in defaults on other forms of unsecured consumer debt: credit cards, auto loans, student loans. There are dozens of millions of subprime credit cards and subprime auto loans in the US. And again defaults in these consumer debt categories will not be limited to subprime borrowers. So add these losses to the financial losses of banks and of other financial institutions (as also these debts were securitized in ABS products), thus leading to a more severe credit crunch. As the Fed loan officers survey suggest the credit crunch is spreading throughout the mortgage market and from mortgages to consumer credit, and from large banks to smaller banks.

Fourth, while there is serious uncertainty about the losses that monolines will undertake on their insurance of RMBS, CDO and other toxic ABS products, it is now clear that such losses are much higher than the $10-15 billion rescue package that regulators are trying to patch up. Some monolines are actually borderline insolvent and none of them deserves at this point a AAA rating regardless of how much realistic recapitalization is provided. Any business that required an AAA rating to stay in business is a business that does not deserve such a rating in the first place. The monolines should be downgraded as no private rescue package - short of an unlikely public bailout - is realistic or feasible given the deep losses of the monolines on their insurance of toxic ABS products.

Next, the downgrade of the monolines will lead to another $150 of writedowns on ABS portfolios for financial institutions that have already massive losses. It will also lead to additional losses on their portfolio of muni bonds. The downgrade of the monolines will also lead to large losses - and potential runs - on the money market funds that invested in some of these toxic products. The money market funds that are backed by banks or that bought liquidity protection from banks against the risk of a fall in the NAV may avoid a run but such a rescue will exacerbate the capital and liquidity problems of their underwriters. The monolines' downgrade will then also lead to another sharp drop in US equity markets that are already shaken by the risk of a severe recession and large losses in the financial system.

Fifth, the commercial real estate loan market will soon enter into a meltdown similar to the subprime one. Lending practices in commercial real estate were as reckless as those in residential real estate. The housing crisis will lead - with a short lag - to a bust in non-residential construction as no one will want to build offices, stores, shopping malls/centers in ghost towns. The CMBX index is already pricing a massive increase in credit spreads for non-residential mortgages/loans. And new origination of commercial real estate mortgages is already semi-frozen today; the commercial real estate mortgage market is already seizing up today.

Sixth, it is possible that some large regional or even national bank that is very exposed to mortgages, residential and commercial, will go bankrupt. Thus some big banks may join the 200 plus subprime lenders that have gone bankrupt. This, like in the case of Northern Rock, will lead to depositors' panic and concerns about deposit insurance. The Fed will have to reaffirm the implicit doctrine that some banks are too big to be allowed to fail. But these bank bankruptcies will lead to severe fiscal losses of bank bailout and effective nationalization of the affected institutions. Already Countrywide - an institution that was more likely insolvent than illiquid - has been bailed out with public money via a $55 billion loan from the FHLB system, a semi-public system of funding of mortgage lenders. Banks' bankruptcies will add to an already severe credit crunch.

Seventh, the banks losses on their portfolio of leveraged loans are already large and growing. The ability of financial institutions to syndicate and securitize their leveraged loans - a good chunk of which were issued to finance very risky and reckless LBOs - is now at serious risk. And hundreds of billions of dollars of leveraged loans are now stuck on the balance sheet of financial institutions at values well below par (currently about 90 cents on the dollar but soon much lower). Add to this that many reckless LBOs (as senseless LBOs with debt to earnings ratio of seven or eight had become the norm during the go-go days of the credit bubble) have now been postponed, restructured or cancelled. And add to this problem the fact that some actual large LBOs will end up into bankruptcy as some of these corporations taken private are effectively bankrupt in a recession and given the repricing of risk; convenant-lite and PIK toggles may only postpone - not avoid - such bankruptcies and make them uglier when they do eventually occur. The leveraged loans mess is already leading to a freezing up of the CLO market and to growing losses for financial institutions.

Eighth, once a severe recession is underway a massive wave of corporate defaults will take place. In a typical year US corporate default rates are about 3.8% (average for 1971-2007); in 2006 and 2007 this figure was a puny 0.6%. And in a typical US recession such default rates surge above 10%. Also during such distressed periods the RGD - or recovery given default - rates are much lower, thus adding to the total losses from a default. Default rates were very low in the last two years because of a slosh of liquidity, easy credit conditions and very low spreads (with junk bond yields being only 260bps above Treasuries until mid June 2007). But now the repricing of risk has been massive: junk bond spreads close to 700bps, iTraxx and CDX indices pricing massive corporate default rates and the junk bond yield issuance market is now semi-frozen.

While on average the US and European corporations are in better shape - in terms of profitability and debt burden - than in 2001 there is a large fat tail of corporations with very low profitability and that have piled up a mass of junk bond debt that will soon come to refinancing at much higher spreads. Corporate default rates will surge during the 2008 recession and peak well above 10% based on recent studies. And once defaults are higher and credit spreads higher massive losses will occur among the credit default swaps (CDS) that provided protection against corporate defaults. Estimates of the losses on a notional value of $50 trillion CDS against a bond base of $5 trillion are varied (from $20 billion to $250 billion with a number closer to the latter figure more likely). Losses on CDS do not represent only a transfer of wealth from those who sold protection to those who bought it. If losses are large some of the counterparties who sold protection - possibly large institutions such as monolines, some hedge funds or a large broker dealer - may go bankrupt leading to even greater systemic risk as those who bought protection may face counterparties who cannot pay.

Ninth, the "shadow banking system" (as defined by the PIMCO folks) or more precisely the "shadow financial system" (as it is composed by non-bank financial institutions) will soon get into serious trouble. This shadow financial system is composed of financial institutions that - like banks - borrow short and in liquid forms and lend or invest long in more illiquid assets. This system includes: SIVs, conduits, money market funds, monolines, investment banks, hedge funds and other non-bank financial institutions. All these institutions are subject to market risk, credit risk (given their risky investments) and especially liquidity/rollover risk as their short term liquid liabilities can be rolled off easily while their assets are more long term and illiquid. Unlike banks these non-bank financial institutions don't have direct or indirect access to the central bank's lender of last resort support as they are not depository institutions.

Thus, in the case of financial distress and/or illiquidity they may go bankrupt because of both insolvency and/or lack of liquidity and inability to roll over or refinance their short term liabilities. Deepening problems in the economy and in the financial markets and poor risk managements will lead some of these institutions to go belly up: a few large hedge funds, a few money market funds, the entire SIV system and, possibly, one or two large and systemically important broker dealers. Dealing with the distress of this shadow financial system will be very problematic as this system - stressed by credit and liquidity problems - cannot be directly rescued by the central banks in the way that banks can.

Tenth, stock markets in the US and abroad will start pricing a severe US recession - rather than a mild recession - and a sharp global economic slowdown. The fall in stock markets - after the late January 2008 rally fizzles out - will resume as investors will soon realize that the economic downturn is more severe, that the monolines will not be rescued, that financial losses will mount, and that earnings will sharply drop in a recession not just among financial firms but also non financial ones. A few long equity hedge funds will go belly up in 2008 after the massive losses of many hedge funds in August, November and, again, January 2008. Large margin calls will be triggered for long equity investors and another round of massive equity shorting will take place. Long covering and margin calls will lead to a cascading fall in equity markets in the US and a transmission to global equity markets. US and global equity markets will enter into a persistent bear market as in a typical US recession the S&P500 falls by about 28%.

Eleventh, the worsening credit crunch that is affecting most credit markets and credit derivative markets will lead to a dry-up of liquidity in a variety of financial markets, including otherwise very liquid derivatives markets. Another round of credit crunch in interbank markets will ensue triggered by counterparty risk, lack of trust, liquidity premia and credit risk. A variety of interbank rates - TED spreads, BOR-OIS spreads, BOT - Tbill spreads, interbank-policy rate spreads, swap spreads, VIX and other gauges of investors' risk aversion - will massively widen again. Even the easing of the liquidity crunch after massive central banks' actions in December and January will reverse as credit concerns keep interbank spread wide in spite of further injections of liquidity by central banks.

Twelfth, a vicious circle of losses, capital reduction, credit contraction, forced liquidation and fire sales of assets at below fundamental prices will ensue leading to a cascading and mounting cycle of losses and further credit contraction. In illiquid market actual market prices are now even lower than the lower fundamental value that they now have given the credit problems in the economy. Market prices include a large illiquidity discount on top of the discount due to the credit and fundamental problems of the underlying assets that are backing the distressed financial assets. Capital losses will lead to margin calls and further reduction of risk taking by a variety of financial institutions that are now forced to mark to market their positions. Such a forced fire sale of assets in illiquid markets will lead to further losses that will further contract credit and trigger further margin calls and disintermediation of credit. The triggering event for the next round of this cascade is the downgrade of the monolines and the ensuing sharp drop in equity markets; both will trigger margin calls and further credit disintermediation.

Based on estimates by Goldman Sachs $200 billion of losses in the financial system lead to a contraction of credit of $2 trillion given that institutions hold about $10 of assets per dollar of capital. The recapitalization of banks sovereign wealth funds - about $80 billion so far - will be unable to stop this credit disintermediation - (the move from off balance sheet to on balance sheet and moves of assets and liabilities from the shadow banking system to the formal banking system) and the ensuing contraction in credit as the mounting losses will dominate by a large margin any bank recapitalization from SWFs. A contagious and cascading spiral of credit disintermediation, credit contraction, sharp fall in asset prices and sharp widening in credit spreads will then be transmitted to most parts of the financial system. This massive credit crunch will make the economic contraction more severe and lead to further financial losses. Total losses in the financial system will add up to more than $1 trillion and the economic recession will become deeper, more protracted and severe.

A near global economic recession will ensue as the financial and credit losses and the credit crunch spread around the world. Panic, fire sales, cascading fall in asset prices will exacerbate the financial and real economic distress as a number of large and systemically important financial institutions go bankrupt. A 1987 style stock market crash could occur leading to further panic and severe financial and economic distress. Monetary and fiscal easing will not be able to prevent a systemic financial meltdown as credit and insolvency problems trump illiquidity problems. The lack of trust in counterparties - driven by the opacity and lack of transparency in financial markets, and uncertainty about the size of the losses and who is holding the toxic waste securities - will add to the impotence of monetary policy and lead to massive hoarding of liquidity that will exacerbates the liquidity and credit crunch.

In this meltdown scenario US and global financial markets will experience their most severe crisis in the last quarter of a century.

Can the Fed and other financial officials avoid this nightmare scenario that keeps them awake at night? The answer to this question - to be detailed in a follow-up article - is twofold: first, it is not easy to manage and control such a contagious financial crisis that is more severe and dangerous than any faced by the US in a quarter of a century; second, the extent and severity of this financial crisis will depend on whether the policy response - monetary, fiscal, regulatory, financial and otherwise - is coherent, timely and credible. I will argue - in my next article - that one should be pessimistic about the ability of policy and financial authorities to manage and contain a crisis of this magnitude; thus, one should be prepared for the worst, i.e. a systemic financial crisis.  

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    #67
1
15.02.08 20:35
was tief fällt muss auch crashen ...

ein crash am morgen vertreibt kummer und sorgen
ein crash am abend ist enstpannend

 

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    #68
15.02.08 20:43
 
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    #69
15.02.08 20:48

Der Fall

Käsch
sieht ihn
den
crash.

aus dem Band II der gesammelten schriften "Die gefallenen Banken"  

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    #70
21.02.08 18:20
heute crasht es wieder BRUTAL ...  

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    #71
21.02.08 19:12
falln die kurse munter runter wird der crash ein bisschen bunter

http://www.gigabell.de/  

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    #72
2
23.02.08 02:39
Hier mal interessant - gold langfristchart inflationsbereinigt ...
 
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    #73
1
26.02.08 23:19
@Anti-Lemming :

Gold 3200 scheint mir ein gutes kursziel zu sein

der Dow bei 3200

Dann hätten wir ein Dow / Gold Verhältnis von 1:1

Dann kann man wieder Aktien kaufen ...

 

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    #74
26.02.08 23:23
aber wir wollen nicht zu pessismistisch sein, es gab schonmal ein dow/gold ration von 0,5 im all time low glaube ich

-> gold 6000, dow 3000

oder bei hyperinflation : gold 60.000, dow 30.000

oder gold 600.000, dow 300.000

wie auch immer ...

 

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    #75
2
26.02.08 23:32
eur / dollar über 1,50

USA -> united states of Armenhaus

 

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