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[Merged] Another bloody red day on the TSX

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thelefteyeguy wrote:
Jun 24th, 2016 11:27 am
cause of gold...
Oh my, BCE, CJR.B, ENF started to mine gold? probably I missed smth :)

In terms of long time CPP portfolio this hiccup is quite a noise, stocks drops up to 10% quite every year and still making 5-10% positive

In short terms gold makes profit, but I'm quite not sure about it's profitability in long terms
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Well at least there is one thread with some sanity. Some of the other threads are pretty much unbearable to read at this point. All the nutjobs have come out of the woodwork.
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Has their been any past cases similar to a big country leaving a economic union? I can't see how things are going to go but experts are saying breaking even within 2-4 weeks for most countries that are not the UK.

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/brexit-t ... 00151.html

I was down about 5% in February 2016 because I invested a lot of money in April 2015 when everything was high. I have recovered to only losing 2% till today, now with this hit hopefully don't go back down again to a loss of 5%.
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asa1973 wrote:
Jun 24th, 2016 11:33 am
Oh my, BCE, CJR.B, ENF started to mine gold? probably I missed smth :)

In terms of long time CPP portfolio this hiccup is quite a noise, stocks drops up to 10% quite every year and still making 5-10% positive

In short terms gold makes profit, but I'm quite not sure about it's profitability in long terms
my response was why TSX was down 1% but S&P down 2%...
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DAX futures down 1.1%
FTSE 100 futures down 1.1%
S&P500 futures down 0.5%

nothing to get excited about just yet....
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This is great!
Picking up more US and International shares soon.

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thelefteyeguy wrote:
Jun 28th, 2016 9:09 am
so only 1 drop?....nah...rinse and repeat!
I'm inclined to agree with that.
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hagbard wrote:
Jun 28th, 2016 9:11 am
I'm inclined to agree with that.
just stay safe...those V shape recoveries in the past few years have been reallly nasty (esp the most recent one)
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yeah what the hack, green already?!?
Hopefully the bargain hunters will start selling off again once taking a bit of profit.
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boyohboy wrote:
Jun 28th, 2016 10:25 am
yeah what the hack, green already?!?
Hopefully the bargain hunters will start selling off again once taking a bit of profit.
I was expecting it to last at least a week. If they follow through and aren't stopped, Brexit is going to be a good thing for markets.
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Still weird NA markets are down as bad as UK/FTSE last 2 days? or the falling GBP kind of offset it..
obviously EU ones are worse

but I really thought FTSE would be worst, then EU, than NA, then Asia
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jerryhung wrote:
Jun 28th, 2016 10:44 am
Still weird NA markets are down as bad as UK/FTSE last 2 days? or the falling GBP kind of offset it..
obviously EU ones are worse

but I really thought FTSE would be worst, then EU, than NA, then Asia
currency driven really...once the Yen pops....then USD....i knew Nikkei was going to take a hit. China's issues with the high USD will show its ugly face next week likely.
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jerryhung wrote:
Jun 28th, 2016 10:44 am
Still weird NA markets are down as bad as UK/FTSE last 2 days? or the falling GBP kind of offset it..
obviously EU ones are worse

but I really thought FTSE would be worst, then EU, than NA, then Asia
They already anticipated the fallout for the most part and everyone was hoping to get some "bargains" so it didn't really go down much. Bank of England also stepped in and committed to a few hundred billion pounds in liquidity.

My guess is that you'll see better opportunities going forward when the reality of the increased costs actually sets in and hurts profits. That's when you'll see everyone going around screaming that the financial world is coming to an end and the gold standard is upon us.

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