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HIDDEN GEMS!! $$$

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Saturday, July 04, 2009, 08:00PM ET

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HIDDEN GEMS!! $$$


 
Biden: 'We Misread How Bad the Economy Was'

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Saturday, July 04, 2009, 08:00PM ET

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Biden: 'We Misread How Bad the Economy Was'"The vice president says the Obama administration "misread how bad the economy was" but stands by its stimulus package and believes the plan will create more jobs as the pace of its spending gains momentum. "


The Obama administration "misread" the depth of the economic troubles it inherited and still expects more new jobs in the long term as the spending pace from the $787 billion stimulus plan quickens, Vice President Joe Biden said.

Republican congressional leaders expressed disappointment about the impact of stimulus spending. "I'm very skeptical that the spending binge that we're on is going to produce much good and, even if it does, anytime soon," Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky said in a statement Sunday.

"I think the economy is just as likely to begin to recover on its own, wholly aside from this, before much of this has an impact."

Biden, in an interview that aired on ABC's "This Week," said the 9.5 percent unemployment rate is "much too high." The administration had predicted unemployment would stay below 8 percent with its stimulus plan.

"The figures we worked off of in January were the consensus figures and most of the blue chip indexes out there," Biden said. "We misread how bad the economy was, but we are now only about 120 days into the recovery package."

He cited the economic conditions inherited from the Bush administration. "It's now our responsibility. So the second question becomes ... is it the right package given the circumstances we're in? And we believe it is the right package given the circumstances we're in."

While Biden argued that more jobs will be created in the coming months, House Republican leader John Boehner of Ohio said the GOP had wanted the bill to focus on small businesses and helping people keep more of what they earned.

"This was supposed to be about jobs, jobs and jobs. And the fact is it turned into nothing more than spending, spending and more spending on a lot of big government bureaucracy," Boehner said.

Even House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., said no one is satisfied with the results of the stimulus so far. "But we believe the stimulus was absolutely essential," he said.

Biden noted that the plan was set up to spend the money over 18 months. Major programs will take effect in September, including $7.5 billion for broadband Internet service, plus new money for high-speed rail and the nation's electrical grid, he said.

Biden said it's premature to say whether the country will need a second stimulus package.

Other issues Biden discussed during his ABC interview:

--Asked whether the United States would put the lives of U.S. troops on the line should violence flare up again in Iraq, he said "no." The U.S. still plans to withdraw all troops by 2011, Biden said. "We believe the Iraqis will be fully capable of maintaining their own security."

--Biden said if the Iranian government seeks to engage in a dialogue with the United States, the U.S. will engage. "The offer's on the table."

--Biden said Israel has the right to pursue a different course of action on Iran than the U.S. does. "Look, Israel can determine for itself -- it's a sovereign nation -- what's in their interest and what they decide to do relative to Iran and anyone else."

--On North Korea's Saturday launch of missiles, he said such actions appear to be efforts to seek attention. "The question is, is there anything that we should do about it?" Arguing that the U.S. policy has been correct so far, he said, "We have succeeded in uniting the most important and critical countries to North Korea on a common path of further isolating North Korea."

--The Obama administration is "well on the way" to resolving a dispute between CIA Director Leon Panetta and National Intelligence Director Dennis Blair, Biden said. The conflict centers on Blair's effort to choose his own representatives at U.S. embassies instead of relying only on CIA station chiefs. "He declined to give details.

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InTheMoneyStocks.com Continues To Be Dead Right On Economy And Lack Of Recovery

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Saturday, July 04, 2009, 08:00PM ET

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InTheMoneyStocks.com Continues To Be Dead Right On Economy And Lack Of RecoveryBelow you will see comments from the Vice President of the United States. He talks about how they underestimated and were wrong on the severe nature of the economic collapse. Even of late, jobs numbers show continued declines, housing prices showing no sign of recovery or even stabilization. While the President and his economic team continue to be way off...InTheMoneyStocks.com continues to nail it head on. Just like the infamous call in 2007 of the impending financial collapse and economic pearl harbor, they continue to nail the severity of what is occurring. Even over the last month, InTheMoneyStocks.com has said there is no recovery in sight while the President, Treasury and Federal Reserve has been claiming the recovery has started. Finally, the jobs numbers and other recent economic news confirms that InTheMoneyStocks.com has been and continues to be correct. We encourage everyone to come join the Research Center so you can get the true analysis and guidance while being fully educated on the economy and markets. The Research Center contains Daily Technical Analysis Videos of 30+ minutes in length, Daily Market Reports with key levels on everything from the S&P 500, oil, gold and more, Pro Trader Watch List with bearish and bullish calls on stocks and ETF's, Hidden Gems picks and the new Hot Charts and Alerts which is geared towards the swing trader and long term investor. The Chief Market Strategists isolate charts on a daily, weekly, monthly time frame which are showing major signs of overbought or oversold. The Research Center is for the Long Term Investor, Swing Trader and Day Trader.  It will make you the complete player when it comes to understanding and being ready to take on the markets while avoiding the Wall Street hype!
Weekend Technical Guidance - Jobs Data Confirms InTheMoneyStocks.com's Call Of No Recovery Yet!

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Thursday, July 02, 2009, 08:00PM ET

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Weekend Technical Guidance - Jobs Data Confirms InTheMoneyStocks.com's Call Of No Recovery Yet!

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Futures Point To Lower Open

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Wednesday, July 01, 2009, 08:00PM ET

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Futures Point To Lower OpenU.S. stock futures are pointing to a lower open heading into the long weekend. All eyes will be on payroll numbers due out at 8:30 this morning. Analysts are expecting 325,000 job losses in June. The unemployment rate is expected to rise to 9.6% in June from 9.4% the prior month.
ECB Keeps Rates At 1%

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Wednesday, July 01, 2009, 08:00PM ET

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ECB Keeps Rates At 1%The European Central Bank kept euro zone interest rates at 1.0 percent and the markets expect it to hold them at the all time low for much of next year to help repair the region's economy.
U.S. Payrolls Down 467,000 In June

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Wednesday, July 01, 2009, 08:00PM ET

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U.S. Payrolls Down 467,000 In JuneWorkers lost jobs at a faster pace in June than in the prior month. Nonfarm payrolls shrank by 467,000 in June. Analysts had expected a loss of 325,000. The unemployment rate rose to 9.5% in June up from 9.4% the previous month.
Futures Dump Hard On Unemployment And Jobs Data

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Wednesday, July 01, 2009, 08:00PM ET

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Futures Dump Hard On Unemployment And Jobs DataChief Market Stategists were dead on in regards to the reasons the jobs numbers were put the day before instead of the normal week after.  Usually, when the Friday the jobs numbers are supposed to come out is closed due to a holiday, the data is pushed to the following week because there will be more volume and traders trading it.  However, this week it was pushed to the day before to slip it in on light volume.  The Chief Market Strategists read this perfectly, saying it would be a worse number than expected.  This was slipped in to make sure the markets did not dump too hard as light volume propping can be done.  Sure enough, futures are down nicely on the jobs number.  Watch for light volume late day propping today.  Very possible to see the markets off their lows by that point.


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Gold Falls On Stronger Dollar

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Wednesday, July 01, 2009, 08:00PM ET

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Gold Falls On Stronger DollarGold futures fell Thursday, moving below $930 an ounce as the U.S dollar strengthened against most of its rivals after a bad jobs report. August gold was down $13.50 to $927.80 an ounce.
Oil Drops Huge Continuing To Confirm Chief Trader Call For Drop. Intra Day Levels Below

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Wednesday, July 01, 2009, 08:00PM ET

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Oil Drops Huge Continuing To Confirm Chief Trader Call For Drop. Intra Day Levels BelowTo get major levels, join the Research Center


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