The S&P Closed At 2,070 On Friday — Here’s What Wall Street Predicted In January Serious? Predict with your data and brain please

(Last Updated On: December 21, 2014)

The S&P Closed At 2,070 On Friday — Here’s What Wall Street Predicted In January Serious? Predict with your own data and brain please

WTF When I read this, I now know why indie traders are medicre at best. Unless you are predicting based on your data to verify with your own brain, why do you need these talking pinheads witha tie?  You ever watch CNBC with them yelling at each other? Sounds fun. The real secret is what I just told you otherwsie save yourself time by betting in a casino. You got better odds so don’t whine about bad performance or with your finger up your ass ’cause you don’t got nitiative to do it yourself.  Just saying and get real. Otherwise go to your shrink to get pills so you can live in your little bubble otherwise known as la la milk and Oreo honey infested world.  Your choice.

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/p-closed-2-070-friday-225414208.html

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