Thursday, February 26, 2009

Prosperity for God's People / eMini Futures Trading - Thursday February 26, 2009


On today's show we sold 771 and again at 769. Our opinion that the market could reach down to 759 was sadly correct and then some. Enjoy the POD!

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

CFRN Urges Modern Day Tea Partry To Block H.R. 1068 - Wednesday February 25, 2009


Stamp Tax on Securities and Commodities Transactions - A Very Bad Tax Proposal

February 24, 2009

By Daniel G. Viola and Roger D. Lorence

Several members of Congress, led by Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-OR) have introduced the "Let Wall Street Pay for Wall Street's Bailout Act of 2009" (H.R. 1068). This bill would collect a 0.25% (one-quarter of one percent) excise tax ("stamp tax") on the gross proceeds of all securities and commodities transactions on U.S. markets. The tax would be collected on covered transactions taking place more than thirty days after enactment - collection would be by the exchange on which the trade is carried out. The bill refers to "sales occurring" in that time period but the bill would collect the tax on both purchases and sales.

The clear intent of the bill's sponsors is to enact revenge on "Wall Street" as well to raise an estimated $150 billion of tax a year. The tax is projected to be phased out and eventually repealed "when the cost of the bailouts are repaid." The bill claims that a securities tax would have "a negligible impact on the average investor." It has been proposed that the stamp tax be used to pay for part of the health care reform legislation that is working its way through Congress.

The securities/commodities transaction tax is a Twenty-First Century type of stamp tax - a hated type of tax levied on documentary transactions which led to the American Revolution. This new stamp tax would fall very heavily on active traders, as shown in the following example.

EXAMPLE. DVRL, LLC is a two-member firm that actively trades in securities and commodities. In 2010 its partners' capital is $200,000, and purchases $10,000,000 of securities and commodities and sells $10,000,000 and has net profits before the stamp tax of $40,000, a 20% return on partners' capital. The stamp tax of $50,000 (0.25 x $20,000,000) results in a taxable loss of $10,000 for the year.

Stamp taxes have had a very controversial history in today's markets. In China, the stamp tax caused massive unrest because it was seen as being paid by "the little guy." In the United Kingdom, where the stamp tax is a whopping 0.50 percent, the creative ways invented to avoid paying the stamp tax are legendary among tax practitioners. Under our law, the stamp tax, because it is not a federal income tax but a type of excise tax, is not a credit against federal income taxes, but only a deduction (saving at most thirty-five cents on the dollar against federal income tax).

Although the stamp tax bill was not sponsored by members of the Congressional committees engaged in writing tax laws, it must be taken very seriously. If enacted, it is certain to have very damaging effects on U.S. securities and commodities markets, by harming the active traders on whom these markets depend for transaction volume and liquidity. Further, it is alarming that a few publicity seeking members of Congress who know so little about the financial markets apparently do not care about the damage their actions would engender. The bill, of course, completely misses the point that the stamp tax will be collected by Wall Street (that is, the exchanges) but paid by Main Street - the customer.

We will, of course, keep you posted on developments. If the stamp tax turns up in legislation before the House Ways & Means Committee or the Senate Finance Committee, that will be major news. Active traders can voice opposition by signing the petition at this link:

If you have any questions concerning this Tax Alert or any related matters, please contact Daniel G. Viola, 212-573-8038 ( or Roger D. Lorence, 212-573-8413 ( We welcome your input.

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Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Prosperity for God's People / eMini Futures Trading - Tuesday February 24, 2009


It's rather hard to focus tonight what with the speech only two hours away and this tingle running up my leg. So for a lack of anything else earth shattering, here's the trade we took during the show today. Enjoy the Podcast!

Monday, February 23, 2009

Prosperity for God's People / eMini Futures Trading - Monday February 23, 2009


A young man hired by a local real estate brokerage tries to lure buyers in Maricopa, where home prices have fallen an estimated 36% in the past year.
After the Boom
In Maricopa, Ariz.,
a Paradise Found a
nd Lost

Maricopa, Ariz.

Builders rushed into this one-time agricultural crossroads during the housing boom. They put up beige stucco houses on winding streets, with names like Heavenly Place and Good Vibrations Lane. They lured young people who couldn't afford homes in nearby Phoenix or its costly suburbs. The population soared to 37,000 last year from 1,400 a decade ago, making Maricopa one of the nation's fastest-growing towns.

Now, it's become a dead end for some of those people.

"We're trapped," says Tracy Campbell, as she watches her 2-year-old daughter romp on a playground.

In 2005, her husband, Zachary Campbell, accepted a transfer from San Diego to Phoenix to manage a recreational-vehicle store. For the first time, the Campbells figured, they could afford their own home, though that meant moving to Maricopa, about 20 miles from Mr. Campbell's store. They scraped together a $50,000 down payment to buy a new four-bedroom home in Maricopa, for $250,000. It came with black granite countertops, cherry kitchen cabinets and a pool in back.

Today, Ms. Campbell figures, the home is worth perhaps half what they paid in 2005.

Even that might be optimistic. Along a nearby highway, young men hired by a local real estate brokerage wave red signs touting "Homes From $69.9 K."

The Campbells planned to sell their house for a profit after a few years and move back to San Diego before their daughter starts kindergarten. Today, they couldn't hope to sell the house for enough to pay off the mortgage. They fear the down payment they made on the house is money they won't see again.

Some people in the neighborhood are simply walking away from their houses, leaving them for the lenders to foreclose. "We're surrounded by empty houses on three sides," Ms. Campbell says. But she and her husband have kept up on their payments, and want to keep their credit record clean.

If misery loves company, the Campbells are in good shape:, a real-estate information provider, estimates that 75% of all homeowners in Maricopa, including those with no mortgage debt, owe more on their mortgages than the current value of their homes. For the nation as a whole, the estimate is 18%.

The town of Maricopa, which isn't part of the nearby county of the same name, is about 30 miles south of downtown Phoenix and is separated from the city by an Indian reservation that remains mostly desert.

But Maricopa's fate is closely tied to that of the Phoenix metro area, where billboards tout foreclosure auctions and bankruptcy lawyers. Largely because of a plunge in construction and related fields, employment in the metro area shrank 4.5% last year, steeper than the national drop of about 2%, says Lee McPheters, an economics professor at Arizona State University. One consolation, he says, is that the steep drop in home prices and low property taxes compared with California and Midwestern states eventually could bring in a new wave of residents to revive the local economy.

As a symbol of Maricopa's former breakneck growth, a temporary building cobbled together from double-wide mobile homes serves as the city hall, across the street from a trailer park left over from the pre-boom days.

Now, Maricopa will do well just to grow its population gradually for a few years. In 2005, consultants hired by the town projected that the population would reach 350,000 by 2020. City officials no longer see that as realistic. The real estate bust "will make for a more sane [pace of] growth," says Mayor Anthony Smith. He points out empty spaces that could be occupied by parks or a community college.

At the peak in 2005, Maricopa collected fees on nearly 800 single-family home-building permits a month, creating a big source of revenue. In January, it awarded just 13. Because fee and tax revenue has plunged, the town is delaying equipment purchases and leaving some job openings unfilled. Revenue for the year ending June 30 is expected to be about $31.6 million, down from $45 million a year before. The mayor says Maricopa can cope with the revenue drop because it budgeted conservatively in recent years and avoided debt.

Though Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is due to open a store here in May, Home Depot has put plans for a store on hold. Business at the Say Sushi Japanese restaurant is "very, very slow," says Dong Lee, a Korean immigrant who runs the restaurant. A Quiznos sandwich shop recently closed, as did a children's clothing boutique.

Driving through town in his silver Toyota pickup, Mayor Smith describes the real estate bust as an opportunity. Maricopa's city council can use the lull to improve planning and zoning laws so the town will be ready for its next growth spurt, he says.

One of the biggest challenges for interrupted boom towns like Maricopa will be to avoid allowing foreclosed homes to turn into eyesores that destroy the appeal of neighborhoods. The town government is holding "neighborhood clean-up days" to pull weeds and pick up litter at vacant homes. The city also is working on a plan for a central business district that would make Maricopa more than a cluster of strip malls.

One of the hardest-hit areas is Maricopa Meadows, a cookie-cutter housing development at the southern end of Maricopa. "We got in on the ground floor," Christian Price says ruefully.

Mr. Price, a financial adviser with an office in Phoenix, and his wife, Cindy, a photographer, liked the small-town feel. They paid about $180,000 for a four-bedroom home in early 2005. By late 2006, Mr. Price figures, the value had rocketed to about $270,000 amid a "frenzy" of speculation. Now, with foreclosure sales dragging down values, he thinks the home would sell for only around $50,000.

Mr. Price, who is president of the Meadows homeowner association, estimates that around one in eight of the 1,600 houses has been foreclosed, and several hundred of them are empty. He says lower-income people who previously couldn't afford new homes now are buying them here for $50,000 to $100,000. It's good that housing has become more affordable, Mr. Price says. Still, he says, "this is going to sound terrible, but it brings in a different caliber of people."

Meanwhile, residents are wondering who will complete projects left unfinished. Steve Velaski, an occupational therapist who moved into a new gated community called Province in 2005, likes his home on Lemon Drop Drive, which is near Jawbreaker Drive and Candyland Place. His wife, Gayle, enjoys the posh fitness center available to residents. But Mr. Velaski is less thrilled by the view from his backyard: a giant mound of dirt left when the community's builder went into bankruptcy. Mr. Velaski and other residents wonder who will acquire the empty land and whether whatever is eventually built there will blend well with their upscale homes.

Mr. Smith hopes that by creating more parks and other amenities and attracting more employers to this bedroom community he can make people want to stay here. "We have a very promising future," he says.

Rudy Dominguez, who administrates computer networks, will have to think that over. On a recent Saturday morning, he was hanging out in a white T-shirt and beige shorts at a garage sale being held by a neighbor who is moving away. Mr. Dominguez believes his Maricopa house now is worth about half the $213,000 he paid in 2006. He can afford the mortgage, but thinks the lender should reduce his payments. "If they're not going to help me," he says, "they can have it."

—Tom McGinty contributed to this article.

Write to James R. Hagerty at

Friday, February 20, 2009

Trader 2010 - From Headlines to Breadlines Wall Street Goes Bust / A Pictoral Essay

“Let Wall Street Pay for
Wall Street's Bailout"
Act of 2009

...this could be you


Tell Congress to Block the Trader Tax - H.R. 1068


H.R.1068 : To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to impose a tax on certain securities transactions to the extent required to recoup the net cost of the Troubled Asset Relief Program.
Text of Legislation

Sponsor: Rep DeFazio, Peter A. [OR-4] (introduced 2/13/2009)

Cosponsors (7)
Rep Capuano, Michael E. [MA-8]
Rep DeLauro, Rosa L. [CT-3]
Rep Edwards, Donna F. [MD-4]
Rep Stark, Fortney Pete [CA-13]
Rep Sutton, Betty [OH-13]
Rep Welch, Peter [VT]
Rep Wu, David [OR-1]

Committees: House Ways and Means

Latest Major Action: 2/13/2009 Referred to House committee.
Status: Referred to the House Committee on Ways and Means.

On Friday, February 13th, U.S. Congressman Peter DeFazio, introduced H.R. 1068: “Let Wall Street Pay for Wall Street's Bailout Act of 2009”, which aims to impose a 0.25% transaction tax on the “sale and purchase of financial instruments such as stock, options, and futures.” Without a doubt, many Americans are appalled at the reckless behavior of large Wall Street companies, and the notion of making those who are responsible for putting the global financial system in jeopardy help repay taxpayers for bailing them out is certainly justifiable.

Unfortunately, I feel that this proposal is the wrong way to do that, as this tax applies to all investors, the vast majority of whom have done no wrong. Effectively, this tax will punish anyone who wants to save their money, whether it be by investing in stocks or options directly, putting their hard earned money in any mutual fund, or by simply placing a portion of their paycheck in a 401K. There’s no doubt that banks and mutual funds will pass along this added cost to their customers, giving this proposed tax a much further reach than was initially imagined.

Moreover, the unintended consequences associated with H.R. 1068 are also hard to ignore.

First, many hard-working Americans make their livings by running small businesses that trade stocks, options and other financial instruments. Many of whom will be put out of business due to the fact that their margins are often quite thin. In addition, those who work for or with these individuals will also lose their jobs.

Second, a transfer tax such as this will lower capital gains dollar for dollar, making the notion that anyone who invests their money will be on the hook for the excesses of Wall Street all that more poignant.

Finally, such a tax will undoubtedly affect the number of shares traded on an absolute basis, thus reducing liquidity – a necessary ingredient in the effective pricing of assets. It’s the complete lack of liquidity, for example, which made collateralized mortgage obligations effectively worthless.

The body of the bill suggests that such a tax would have a negligible impact on the average investor. I beg to differ. For example, a $10,000 trade (or approximately 100 shares of stock in Apple, Inc.) would increase the cost of a round trip transaction by $50. 100 shares is generally considered to be a minimum size for a trade, which would devastate any small business executing even a handful of similar trades each day.

As you can see, while this bill may sound good on the surface, the effects, if it is passed, will reach anyone who wants to invest their money and will ruin many small business people who are not at fault for this distressing situation all Americans are struggling through.

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Monday, February 16, 2009

Prosperity for God's People / eMini Futures Trading - Friday February 13, 2009


Feb 10 2009 2:35PM

Market Mayhem In May

Our forecast indicates a stock market Obama Bounce when TARP II is news as traders and investors figure out what happens next in Washington. Expect a February market rally followed by an early spring, 2009 selling disaster-catastrophe taking the Dow from 10,400 to 7,250 or, worse. The S&P’s could skid to 400-600. We suggest that this April and May, a selling waterfall could begin as early as Mid-March, a month earlier than normal in that annual selling, down-cycle.

“We got this shocker in an email this week driving fear into the hearts of the herd throughout our land and the entire world for that matter. We would normally not care but this is from one of the smartest on the planet especially relating to situational analysis. This is the stuff of revolutionary street talk.” -Traderrog

“You better know the new pledge of allegiance to the flag of the national company store..."I pledge allegiance to Goldman Sachs, and to the conspiracy for which it stands, one racket under Obama, Communist and indivisible, with slavery, debt, and poverty for all. There will be written test, count on it.” (Name Withheld).

Our new Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner, and hench-lady-men-partners Shiela Bair of FDIC, and Benny (Chopper Ben) Bernanke, Federal Reserve Chairman are scrambling to overcome nasty TARP I press as bankers get more than a free ride. They not only escape the wrath of justice but get a free pass to steal more. As these hench-persons struggle mightily to ram the latest legendary taxpayer robbery through our senate, market tensions and public anger rise like summer heat in Death Valley. Isn’t that comparison a clear vision of the Sheeple versus Wall & Broad?

On the other side, Obama and his senators must allow-permit crooked banksters to grab what they need in government-taxpayer capital to reliquify their banks. Should they not, the entire world’s economic system melts down. The perps get paid twice; once when they stole it via derivatives and the second time stealing more new capital keeping banks alive.

You can tell Paulson and Geithner are bank front-men as Paulson wanted bullet-proof, airtight lawsuit and criminal protection before writing billions in government checks to his partners and investment bank minions. Paulson got away with it and now Geithner is pushing for Goldman to be able to pay-off any borrowed TARP cash so they do not fall under the latest TARP I and TARP II government restrictive umbrella. Goldman bonuses, it was reported equaled the cash they got from TARP I taxpayers. Gosh, you just have to love the audacity!

As all-knowing politicians scream at this massive theft while approving it, and the public seethes in rising anger, we see a Catch-22 in government distrust as the ripped-off Sheeple plan something allegedly worse for those thieves and perps who made this mess and continue to take even more.

What About The Broken Busted States?

When we think of broken states California comes to mind first. The Terminator (The Gov) tells us they are $40 Billion in the hole but we see nothing substantial in offered budget cuts. They talk and talk but nobody cuts. Instead Arnold S. proclaimed out loud a few weeks ago they would have to borrow a few billion, of course for cash-flow purposes, from Uncle Sam until they can extract more from resident taxpayers.

When you see the mounting troubles of this state you have to ask yourself is God angry with them? California’s drama of the day includes mudslides, drought, lack of public water for consumers and crops, and gang membership counting over 100,000. Prices are beyond comprehension and we also hear of those multitudes of forest and rural-burb ground fires that occasionally eat-devour an entire subdivision of plastic multi-million dollar mansions. And you, you blessed little suckers, get to pay for their damages in your rising fire insurance policies.

TARP II Constructs A Mammoth Victim Trap Designed By Fiduciary Felons

The real objective in foisting this mess onto taxpayers follows a familiar formula. Create a disaster, create lots of new voter victims and then scream help must arrive-like yesterday. They sure did a great job on Katrina right? Do you really suppose over $800 billion will be wisely spent as they suggest? Will it be Temporary? Will it be Targeted? You gotta have real brass to even insinuate the funds will be wisely spent. Wisely isn’t even in the District of Columbia dictionary.

We watched a smart political analyst (is there such a thing?) on Fox News tell us this mess resembles a 30-year old son with no job who’s filched off his parents since high school graduation as he’s too lazy to work and too lazy to get educated. Instead this dude is a household fixture like the living room couch or, a pile of gelatinous protoplasm, similar say to thrice-elected politicians.

The lady analyst told the audience bluntly. Toss him in the street and watch how fast he finds work and more importantly strives to educate himself to dodge menial labor for something better. Good advice.

We can tell where this all goes next. Our revered new leader gets the TARP II approved, and the gazillions voted in by the Party-In-Control. Almost 95% is wasted just buying new votes. This herds the Sheeple into a brain-dead assemblage of political groupies who can be counted upon to re-elect the brainless dolts who gave them these handouts in the first place. Watta game!

Rome is burning and we see no fire department. The U.S. and the world at large is about to discover there is no free lunch. Next comes those inevitable recriminations, more drama, and a long hot summer in the cities; and of course more TARP robberies. When would you think we see torches and pitchforks in the streets? Would this be after TARP 15 or, TARP 25?

The enabling-instigating-political-gang-leaders and their zombie-welfare followers, according to history, soon visit a shocking come-uppance. In the day of the American Pilgrims, William Bradford discovered community gardens didn’t work as the shirkers lay-down and feed-off the workers. This time the workers, an army of three million gun owners along with their buddies and others sick of socialistic-commie-liberal crap rise could rise mightily to the occasion and take charge.

In our view, we hope to be in heaven before this happens but the way things are moving now, I guess we get ringside seats. Buckle-up for a once in a century exciting event. -Traderrog

Roger Wiegand
Editor Trader Tracks Newsletter
& The Rog Blog at

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Prosperity for God's People / eMini Futures Trading - Thursday February 12, 2009


Gold sets record highs as global stocks slide

Thu Feb 12, 2009 2:10pm EST

By Herbert Lash

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Widespread fears that U.S. efforts to revive the economy and stabilize banks may prove insufficient drove investors into safe havens like gold and bonds on Thursday, and pushed world stock markets lower.

More bleak economic data from Asia and Europe that pointed to deflation in Japan and record plunges in industrial production in the euro zone added to market unease sparked by the lack of details in U.S. rescue plans announced on Tuesday.

Concerns over the health of the global economy dragged U.S. oil futures to a three-week low below $35 a barrel and cut two-year yields on euro zone government debt to their lowest since the euro began circulating in 1999.

Safe haven buying marked trading across all asset classes, lifting the dollar higher against most currencies and pushing gold prices to new highs in Britain and India. A slide in equity markets also was a catalyst in the flight to safety.

"Risk aversion has returned to the market with full force," said Ole Hansen, senior manager with Saxo Bank in Copenhagen. "That makes people seek out safe havens, which is reflected not only in the inflows into gold but also the bonds market."

Gold priced in sterling and gold futures in India hit all-time highs, adding to record highs on Wednesday for bullion in euro, Canadian dollar and Swiss franc terms.

Sliding stock prices have helped bolster gold as investors move out of equities, a risky asset class, in favor of bullion, Hansen said.

Before 1 p.m., the Dow Jones industrial average .DJI was down 115.09 points, or 1.45 percent, at 7,824.44. The Standard & Poor's 500 Index .SPX was down 10.78 points, or 1.29 percent, at 822.96. The Nasdaq Composite Index .IXIC was down 4.40 points, or 0.29 percent, at 1,526.10.

Uncertainty about the economy fueled selling across a broad range of sectors in U.S. equity markets, including energy, which buckled as crude oil prices slid.

Chevron (CVX.N) declined almost 2 percent while Exxon Mobil (XOM.N) pared losses, down just 0.7 percent.

Sales at U.S. retailers rebounded in January, government data showed, likely boosted by post-holiday discounts. But economists said retail data are volatile and should not be taken as a sign that the decline in sales has bottomed.

U.S. jobless claims data also showed no signs of relief.

"No one believes the retail sales data and everyone fears the trend of initial jobless claims will just continue to rise and rise and put more and more pressure on the psyche of consumers, which is already pretty fragile," said Jeffrey Kleintop, chief market strategist at LPL Financial in Boston.

Financial shares also dragged on the broader market. The KBW Bank index .BKX fell almost 6 percent due to persistent worry about a lack of clarity over how the Obama administration will cleanse troubled assets from banks' books.

In Europe banks also were hit by doubts about the U.S. government's plan to rescue the financial system. Continued...

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

SFEG - Santa Fe Gold Begins Mining and Stockpiling Ore at Summit Silver-Gold Mine


Santa Fe Gold Begins Mining and Stockpiling Ore at Summit Silver-Gold Mine
Business Wire (Wed 10:36am)

Morningstar Commentary
02-11-09 SFEG trades on unusually high volume (M*)
02-11-09 SFEG hits 52-week high (M*)
02-11-09 SFEG has risen more than 10% (M*)

Composite Indicator
Trend Spotter TMBuy

Short Term Indicators
7 Day Average Directional IndicatorBuy
10 - 8 Day Moving Average Hilo ChannelBuy
20 Day Moving Average vs PriceBuy
20 - 50 Day MACD OscillatorBuy
20 Day Bollinger BandsBuy

Short Term Indicators Average: 100% - Buy
20-Day Average Volume - 59275

Medium Term Indicators
40 Day Commodity Channel IndexBuy
50 Day Moving Average vs PriceBuy
20 - 100 Day MACD OscillatorBuy
50 Day Parabolic Time/PriceBuy

Medium Term Indicators Average: 100% - Buy
50-Day Average Volume - 53638

Long Term Indicators
60 Day Commodity Channel IndexBuy
100 Day Moving Average vs PriceBuy
50 - 100 Day MACD OscillatorBuy

Long Term Indicators Average: 100% - Buy
100-Day Average Volume - 54405

Overall Average: 100% - Buy

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Monday, February 09, 2009

Faith - Part 1

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Saturday, February 07, 2009

Wall Street Warriors

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Friday, February 06, 2009

Prosperity for God's People / eMini Futures Trading - Friday February 6, 2009


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Thursday, February 05, 2009

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Prosperity for God's People / eMini Futures Trading - Thursday February 5, 2009


During today's show we Sold the ES @ 844.75 and covered @ 840.

Wednesday, February 04, 2009

Monday, February 02, 2009

What Is A Steward?


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