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I am going to be very rich.

-- Norm (, May 10, 1999


Gee, that's great Norm. Then you won't have to associate with us piglets.

-- A. Hambley (, May 10, 1999.

I, to, am sick of being out of the market. seriously thinking of at least going to a money market fund.

-- ed (, May 10, 1999.

Norm, many thanks, been looking for a sign for the top of this market mania looks like we just got one!!


-- Ray (, May 10, 1999.

I highly recommend the piece on the 1920's stock market at this thread:

"The Big Bull Market"

-- Kevin (, May 10, 1999.

Gee Norm,

What's taking you so long? I have so much money now, I don't know what to do with it. You must be in some shitty stocks.

I've probably given more away than you'll ever make.

-- CashQueen (Richlady@$$$.com), May 10, 1999.

Well, I certainly hope someone benefits from this insane world. I for one, am not looking for money to find enrichment. Norm is looking to "push people's buttons", and finds great pleasure in bothering the doom and gloomers of the world. At certain points in history, they are right. Norm ought to look at the facts. He should at least see a ridiculously overvalued market due for a major correction. And if I'm wrong, it won't be the first time, nor the last. But in the interim, make money the old fashioned way...earn it! And the reply from Norm...won't be NORMal. Probably ABnormAL

-- rick shade (, May 10, 1999.

Norm, why the hell are you here? If y2k is not a problem, why not get on with your life and let the rest of us simmer in our paranoid delusions.

-- cw (, May 10, 1999.

NO Norm, your'e not.

-- Andy (, May 11, 1999.

I've said it before but it bears repeating. You only "make money" in the stock market if you can sell before it tanks and put that "money" into something that survives the crash. With an attitude like Norm's it's pretty clear that's not going to happen in time. How many phone lines does your broker have, Norm?

-- David Palm (, May 11, 1999.

May 6, 1999
Chairman Alan Greenspan

The American economy in a world context
At the 35th Annual Conference on Bank Structure and Competition of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois 19990506.htm


... Of most concern is how long this remarkable period of prosperity can be extended. As I have said on previous occasions, there are imbalances in our expansion that, unless redressed, will bring this long run of strong growth and low inflation to a close. ...


-- Diane J. Squire (, May 11, 1999.

Good. You'll need the money to escape the desert when the water systems crap out. Don't come to Texas, friend.

-- Lisa (, May 11, 1999.

Norm, you obviously Know NOTHING about the stock market, or you would KNOW the the DJIA or the NASDAQ composite has nothing to do with the HEALTH of the markets.

One consolation... We will feel your pain (and HEAR it)...

Remember, buy low, sell high. But first you have to buy low....

checkin' out the neighbor...

The Dog

-- Dog (desert dog, May 11, 1999.

This person is an imposter. Anyone who knows me on this forum is aware that I NEVER editorialize. I simply post salient information about Y2K. I do not personalize, demonize, or take cheap shots at those who may have a difference of opinion with me.

-- Norm (, May 11, 1999.

You can't have a difference of opinion with a parrot...


-- Dano (bookem@blacksand.srf), May 11, 1999.

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