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Stock=personality

a: Stock ~
b: person

What: Stocks are like people. They have their own personalities. Some are steady even and don't jump around a lot. They are even tempered. Other stocks are erratic, they jump around a lot and a time at totally unpredictable. One of the tricks to investing is knowing the the personality of stock. If its personality changes,that is,it chart patter changes, something fundamental has changed with that stock.

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Writer: Not Stated
LCC:
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Feb 19 2012 12:46 PM


Churn And Burn; But Not The People

a: Stock ~
b: employees

What: "If the stock is working, let it work. If it is not, ditch it. Think like an employer. The employee with the highest productivity should be promoted and given a raise. The lazy employees should be fired and sent on their way. Trading is no different."

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Writer: Not Stated
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Where:
Date: Oct 24 2013 5:54 PM



a: Stock ~
b: politicians

What: "Individual stocks are like politicians, in that each day they can produce a fresh skeleton from the proverbial closet. Earnings announcements, corporate scandals, and insider deals can create gaps in price that never get filled. Bernie Ebbers certainly wishes his Worldcom stock would fill its overhead gap. Unfortunately, the odds of this happening are about the same as Republican and Democratic Senators working together for the good of the country."

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Writer: Jason Fielder
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Date: Oct 24 2013 6:32 PM



a: stock base ~
b: step on a ladder

What:

Of course, some ladders and some rungs on those ladders are better than others. But when a stock forms a base, it's firming up, becoming more solid, becoming less volatile. This behavior give the stock the chance to move higher. This is somewhat like moving up a ladder; it's only possible when the rungs are firm and constant.


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Writer: Lucrezia
LCC:
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Jan 2 2015 12:56 PM


Balance In Bottoms And In Art

a: Stock chart ~
b: a work of art

What: "When a stock corrects sharply, then slashes higher without touching the recent high, then falls to a lower low before heading up again, it might look like Jackson Pollock was splashing paint on the stock chart." The linked article relates stock charts with symmetry in art.

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Writer: PAUL WHITFIELD
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Date: Dec 31 1969 7:00 PM


Women As Stock Chart

a: Stock chart ~
b: reading a women

What: "Reading a stock chart is like reading a woman... that's why so many men lose money trading stocks. Do you try to "analyze" a woman? If you do, it will surely get you in trouble! So why do you try to "analyze" a stock chart? If you want to know what a woman is going to do next, just ask her, she will tell you."

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Writer: Joe T
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Where:
Date: May 10 2012 2:26 PM


The Angel Chart

a: Stock chart ~
b: your guardian angel

What: See the link for the whole story.

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Writer: Not Stated
LCC:
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: May 10 2012 2:30 PM


Charting As Mind Reading

a: Stock chart ~
b: like reading the minds of traders

What: "People make stock trades (even when computers do, people program the computers) and reading a stock chart is like reading the minds of traders. You see what they did in the past and you can use that information to predict what they will do in the future."

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Writer: Nick Fenton
LCC:
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: May 10 2012 2:32 PM


The Face Of A Stock

a: Stock chart ~
b: reading the expression on somebody's face

What: Interpreting a stock chart is like reading the expression on somebody's face. You will see far more in the expression of somebody you know. The mere absence of expression when he should be glowing with joy would tell you much.

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Writer: Don Worden
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Date: May 10 2012 2:34 PM



a: Stock index ~
b: a climber subject to gravity

What:

"But there's a serious question here: The metaphors that are used for describing market trends are bizarrely elaborate, compelling, and contradictory. On the one hand, a stock index is like a climber subject to gravity: It "slips" or "falls", it "climbs" and "slips back" or "sinks", it "claws back" its losses, or is subject to "corrections", it "soars" unless it is "weighed down" by bad news, in which case it might "dip" or "plunge". (I'm sure there are lots more colourful words that I'm not thinking of now. In German I've seen reference to a "Borsentalfahrt". And at least the stock market is springy -- after it crashes, it tends to "bounce".) So, the gravity metaphor suggests that the natural tendency of markets is to go down, even"crash"."


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Writer: David Steinsaltz
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Date: Dec 8 2014 5:19 PM



a: Stock index ~
b: guest that arrives late to a crowded party

What:


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Writer: Tomi Kilgore
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Date: Dec 8 2014 5:21 PM



a: stock index ~
b: a book index

What:

"To translate the first paragraph, index funds are mutual funds that track an index. And to translate the translation-- a stock index is like a book index. So let's take a cookbook. Everything under the Soup section of the index is the contents of the book that are soup. An index lists contents, that's all. "


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Writer: piggybankblues
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Date: Dec 8 2014 5:24 PM


Stock Market Is Like A Public Utility

a: Stock market ~
b: a public utility

What: "You see, the Stock market is like a public utility, like a power company. .......Stock Market is like this too. You want your city to build a bridge or hospital, it use stock market. You want to retire or borrow money to buy house, you use stock market grid of vast money- you don't think about this sea of money, it just always seems to be there."

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Writer: Zambonesman
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Where:
Date: Aug 9 2011 11:51 AM


Stock Market Is Like a Newborn

a: Stock Market ~
b: a Newborn

What: "It requires constant attention, needs to be pampered, fed regularly, and changed to remain happy. It is capable of three general states of mind: happiness, indifference and discontent. Discontent can be brought about quickly when it does not receive immediate attention. Are we talking about a newborn or the stock market?" This article is from ~10 years ago,but it is as relevant as ever.

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Writer: Craig VanHulzen
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Date: Aug 9 2011 12:08 PM


Stock Market Is Like A Tracking Poll

a: Stock market ~
b: a Tracking Poll

What: "And, you know, the stock market is sort of like a tracking poll in politics. It bobs up and down day to day, and if you spend all your time worrying about that, then you're probably going to get the long-term strategy wrong."

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Writer: Barrack Obama
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Where:
Date: Aug 9 2011 12:27 PM


Stock market is like God or Providence

a: Stock market ~
b: God or Providence

What: "Stock market is like God or Providence. It has got its own mood and flow. Be with it. You will be rewarded. Any move against it, you feel sorry."

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Writer: Not Stated
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Where:
Date: Aug 9 2011 12:52 PM


Stock market is like an airplane

a: Stock market ~
b: An airplane

What: "An old friend of mine that I lost touch with told me that the stock market is like an airplane (he had over 10K hours flight time.) It takes power to keep it level. Cut the power and it will come down all by itself. That means that there is an underlying force pulling the market down. Remember that."

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Writer: Hessel Kooistra
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Date: Aug 9 2011 1:05 PM


Stock Market is Like an Episode of Cops

a: Stock Market ~
b: an Episode of Cops

What: "Why the Stock Market is Like an Episode of Cops? Well then you have probably seen at least one episode where a cop goes to the criminals house, knocks on the door, and the criminal refuses to answer. The cop KNOWS the guy is in there. So what does he do? He proceeds to break down the door. There is one problem. It always takes several attempts to break down the door! This is because the police officer is running into resistance. But the door gets weaker with each attempt. Finally the door comes crashing down (sometimes with the cop!)."

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Writer: Craig
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Date: Aug 9 2011 1:08 PM


Stock Market Is Like Louis Vuitton Bag

a: Stock market ~
b: Louis Vuitton Bag

What: See the story in the linked blog. It's about the mindset of optimism and investing and how it can blind people.

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Writer: pmihalik |
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Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Aug 9 2011 1:13 PM


Better Bye A Water Bed

a: A stock base ~
b: mattress

What: "A base is like a mattress. The young ones have good bounce and spring. But an old mattress sometimes can fall beneath your weight."

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Writer: DONALD H. GOLD
LCC: HG
Where:
Date: Apr 21 2012 4:46 PM


Smell Fishy?

a: Stock market ~
b: school of fish

What: "The market is like a school of fish ... dashing here and there trying to avoid something or run towards it. Diversification and fundamentals is the way to make money"

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Writer: Not Stated
LCC:
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Aug 1 2012 12:24 PM



a: Stock market ~
b: Warhol painting

What: "The Federal Reserve, by keeping interest rates artificially low, creates bubbles," says Faber. "How are you going to value a Warhol painting or a Picasso if interest rates are at zero? How are you going to value stocks when interest rates are at zero? You create a complete mispricing of everything in the system." What is the unifying point? They are both things that only a minority of people can participate in.

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Writer: Dr. Marc Faber
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Date: Oct 17 2013 9:28 AM



a: stock market ~
b: marching army

What:

"There are soldiers and there are generals in the stock market, according to Oppenheimer & Co.'s Ari Wald, and they need to march together for this army to keep winning."

The rest is pretty good discussion of the S&P 500
as of May 2014.


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Writer: Ari Wald
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Date: May 13 2014 12:33 PM



a: Stock market ~
b: going through a jungle

What: ----For Cook, that means being flexible enough to change strategies and take a 180-degree turn. The scenarios we will see in the future will be totally different than what is now, he says. You will have to navigate differently. It's like going through a jungle that ends and becomes a desert. There is only one constant, and that is change.----

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Writer: Mark Cook
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Where:
Date: Jul 28 2014 10:18 AM



a: stock market ~
b: this statement

What:

"Selling high during a bull market, moving money in to cash or other assets in the meantime, and buying lower in the correction. Common sense but much easier said than done to try to time the market for individual investors. The big boys get more information on the health of the markets than general public."


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Writer: Human Lab Rat A Yahoo User
LCC:
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Jul 31 2014 11:08 AM



a: stock market ~
b: bot wars

What:

I ready somewhere that ~ 70% of the trades in the contemporary stock market are done using algorithmic trading. It's hard to say what the exact percentage is, but with the increase in volatility, something out of historic norms is occurring. There are many different models for trading in stocks and the assumption of this writer is that they all have been programmed into some kind of computer and they are activity being used to trade in this market. Often times the human assumptions used to program these machines are in conflict with each other, so it's not a surprise that the stock market tends to jump around much more than usual.


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Writer: Not Stated
LCC:
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Dec 15 2015 4:07 PM


Investing, Stock Market

a: Stock picking ~
b: beauty contest

What: "so that each competitor has to pick not those faces which he himself finds prettiest, but those which he thinks likeliest to catch the fancy of the other competitors, all of whom are looking at the problem from the same point of view."---The rest is a good discussion of the dynamics of stock picking.

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Writer: Jeff Saut
LCC: H
Where:
Date: Sep 15 2009 4:09 AM


Stock trading is like gambling? Not really

a: Stock trading ~
b: gambling

What: "Some ladies believe that trading in the stock market is like gambling. Truth be told, trading in the stock market is only like gambling when you don't use a systematic approach. So for many women, I am sad to say, it is not merely "like" gambling...it IS gambling. Only this time, your retirement or family's future is at risk, not just the cab fare to take you from the casino back to your hotel in Vegas."

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Writer: Aneshia Smith
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Date: Aug 9 2011 11:58 AM


Stock Trading As Party

a: Stock trading ~
b: a party

What: The people that have the most fun at a party are those that arrive a little late and leave a bit early. They get the most of fun out of the event. Kiss Kiss gotta go, is the way to go. Trading , not investing, has a similar pattern. You want to make sure the stock, the party, is moving and grooving, and then jump into it little by little. Ease your way into it. And once it get going, add a little more, but not too much. Then, and here's the hard part, sense when it's all about to end and make a graceful exit. ie, sell you position.

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Writer: LucretiaMia
LCC: HB
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Jun 18 2012 7:21 PM


Good Vibrations

a: Stock topping ~
b: a coffee rush in the morning

What: There are many technical indicators that suggest that a stock price is close to peaking. Big one day swings and that sort of behavior are common. But on the psychological side, ones own feelings can be a toping indicator. If you've owed and followed a stock and it's been rising, it generally a good feeling. The peaking behavior feels like that first caffeine jolt in the morning. At times like these, it may be time to sell.

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Writer: BobosTheHorse
LCC:
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Oct 31 2013 12:34 PM


Stock Biomass

a: stock biomass ~
b: the balance in a checking account

What:

"A good metaphor for this is that standing stock biomass is like the balance in a checking account; the
balance can remain steady at $100 even though thou-sands of dollars may have been deposited (production
energy) and spent during the year. The total amount deposited (production energy) is the balance in the account (standing stock) multiplied by the number of times the standing stock has been spent and replenished,
i.e. the turnover rate."


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Writer: Michael VK Sukhdeo
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Date: Feb 7 2014 5:38 PM


A Stock Market Is Like An Auction House

a: A stock market ~
b: an auction house

What: "A stock market is like an auction house. It is a systematic method of buying and selling. In a stock market though, it is a common sight to see people shouting and gesturing at one another." This is a good connection. Auction item prices fluctuate based on the demand, as do stock prices.

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Writer: Not stated
LCC: HG
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Aug 9 2011 12:20 PM


The Charlie Sheen Stock Market

a: The stock market ~
b: Charlie Sheen

What: "Much like Charlie Sheen, who seems to believe that all publicity is good publicity, recent market behavior suggests that we are in the part of the cycle where 'all news is good news'.

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Writer: David Einhorn
LCC: H
Where:
Date: Aug 9 2011 11:44 AM


The Stock Market Is Like A Beautiful Woman

a: The stock market ~
b: a beautiful woman

What: "The stock market is like a beautiful woman, always appealing challenging fascinating captivating mystifying." This analogy is complete except for 1 missing adjective; it's occasionally crazy.

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Writer: Dominic H.T. Tan
LCC:
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Aug 9 2011 11:56 AM


The Stock Market Is Like A Car

a: The stock market ~
b: A Car

What: "However, when in comes to investing in stocks, young people can actually afford to "step harder" on the accelerator (make risky buys that may payoff big, but have a high chance of failure)." An association between youth and speed and risk and older investors and slowness and caution. It's all about recovery time.

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Writer: Ken Little
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Where:
Date: Aug 9 2011 12:04 PM


The Stock Market As A Spouse?

a: The stock market ~
b: your wife

What: "The correct attitude of the investor toward the stock market might well be that of a man toward his wife. He shouldn't pay too much attention to what the lady says, but he can't afford to ignore her entirely."

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Writer: Benjamin Graham
LCC:
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Aug 9 2011 12:11 PM


The Stock Market Is Like A Big Superstore

a: The stock market ~
b: a big superstore

What: "With the exchanges as the main players, the stock market is like a big superstore, a buying and selling place where people buy stocks. These exchanges are where the buyers and sellers are matched."

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Writer: Not Stated
LCC:
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Aug 9 2011 12:12 PM


The Stock Market Is Like A Bandwagon

a: The stock market ~
b: a bandwagon

What: "Imagine for a second that the stock market is like a bandwagon.There is music playing and everyone on board seems to be having a great time. There are cheers, laughter and fun had by all on board."

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Writer: Not Stated
LCC:
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Aug 9 2011 12:16 PM


The Stock Market As A Sktechy Indian Casino

a: The stock market ~
b: a sktechy Indian Casino

What: "I think 'pumping' is most likely the bread and butter of several stock news services! Lesson to be learned, investing in the stock market is like playing poker in a sketchy Indian Casino - it 'seems' legitimate but your gut makes you wonder if the whole thing isn't rigged at times....'

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Writer: nsl
LCC:
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Aug 9 2011 12:23 PM


The Stock Market Is Like The Tote

a: The stock market ~
b: a Tote Board

What: "Having a fixed rate would be like nationalised horse betting where the odds on each horse were identical! The stock market is like the Tote where the number of people wanting each stock changes the odds and so the return." The "tote" refers to the tote board, which is the large board at racetracks that tally the odds and the race results.

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Writer: mgb_phys
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Where:
Date: Aug 9 2011 12:40 PM


The Stock Market Is Like The Ocean

a: The stock market ~
b: The ocean

What: "A sailor cannot control the ocean, but he can control himself. He studies currents and weather patterns. He learns safe sailing techniques and gains experience. He knows when to sail and when to stay in the harbor. A successful sailor uses his intelligence."

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Writer: Not stated
LCC: HG
Where:
Date: Aug 9 2011 12:43 PM


The Stock Market Is Like An Auction

a: The stock market ~
b: An auction

What: "In the simplest terms, the stock market is like an auction. You have buyers and sellers. More buyers than sellers, and the price goes up. More sellers than buyers, and the price goes down. In this case, you are buying and selling shares (or ownership) of publically traded companies. "

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Writer: m C
LCC:
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Aug 9 2011 12:49 PM


Why the stock market is like a yard sale

a: the stock market ~
b: a yard sale

What: "Now think of your (or, today, if you're lucky, other people's) stocks. Think of a market collapse as a yard sale or Freecycle. Your old armchair or cell phone is, basically, worthless. So are shares in a company that goes bankrupt."

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Writer: Nathaniel Smith
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Date: Aug 9 2011 1:02 PM



a: Stock photography ~
b: cognitive jail

What: Let me be blunt: Stock photography needs to die. In his 1946 essay "Politics and the English Language," George Orwell argued that cliche language produces cliche thinking. Using a stale image, as he'd put it, "makes it easier for us to have foolish thoughts." Stock photography imprisons us in the same cognitive jail. Its intentionally bland images are designed to be usable in many vaguely defined situations. This produces wretched photography for the same reason Hallmark cards produce wretched poetry. We live in a visual world, communicating and thinking in pictures. When we use stock photos, we think in cliche.

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Writer: Ben Wiseman
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Date: Jun 2 2014 6:40 PM



a: stock market 2016 ~
b: heroin addict going through withdrawal

What:

The amount of easy money put out by the Federal Reserve with low intreats rates has puffed up the prices of many asset classes, stocks for example. Now the money is drying up. The general economy, it is thought, doesn't need supper low interest rates to keep from imploding. The cheap money drug is being removed. But like a drug addict that can't get a shot, the stock market doesn't like the removal of it's fix. One model of the stock market mimmicks the model of heroin addiction and recovery, or a least I just made that up. But, the association is somewhat valid, as in her ion addiction recovery, there were by occasional backsliding.


Or maybe something most can identify with, coffee withdrawal.


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Writer: Lucretia
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Where:
Date: Feb 15 2016 10:24 AM



a: stock market 2016 ~
b: The Matrix

What:

The Matrix is about a world that is a computer simulation. The stock market, as of this writing, has been created to a certain extent by low interest rates and QE. These conditions have been created by the US Federal Reserve "creating" money via a computer program. So the "value" of the market is a function of the value of the dollar, interests rates and of course the actual condition of the US economy. But all these factors are incorporated into a model, a computer program. Sometimes the models is a good proxy for the actual economy and sometimes it is not. Time will tell. Sometimes reality is just more model that reality.


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Writer: Lucrezia
LCC:
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: May 3 2016 11:50 AM



a: stock market 2017 ~
b: heroin withdrawal

What:

hmmmm. Speculation at this point. But years of QE and historically low interests rates may have made things feel better than than actually were. The withdrawal of the low interest rate drug should be slow so as to minimize the trauma, but who knows.


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Writer: Not Stated
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Where:
Date: Jan 10 2017 3:29 PM



a: stock market crash ~
b: financial menstruation

What:

Both are build ups in anticipation of something, some future growth. Both can be emotional draining for all those involved. Both can be pretty messy if not handled correctly. During the occurrence of either, all parties involved need assurance that everything will work out for the better, which is it usually does. Financial menopause is a different matter for a different day and a different metaphor.


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Writer: Not Stated
LCC:
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Aug 19 2014 12:36 PM



a: stock market crash ~
b: a patient admitted to ICU

What:

"A correction is not a crash as per the syllabus of stock market. Crash is like a patient admitted to ICU. Correction is like a patient treated and discharged after some stitches."


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Writer: Not Stated
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Where:
Date: Jan 14 2015 7:05 PM



a: stock market crash ~
b: furnace goes out

What:

"We're not talking about a stock market crash here but something much worse. A stock market crash is like when your furnace goes out because a wind blows out the pilot light. You are in trouble, you scramble around until you figure out what the problem is, and it's relatively simple to fix. What we have here is not the pilot light going out but more like the fuel being cut off."


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Writer: It's That Guy
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Where:
Date: Jan 14 2015 7:09 PM


Stock Market Analyst Throwing Javelins.....

a: Stock market analyst ~
b: cross-eyed javelin thrower

What: "Technical analysis is the art of drawing a crooked line from an unproven assumption to a foregone conclusion. A stock market analyst is like a cross-eyed javelin thrower: He doesn't win many contests for accuracy, but he keeps the crowd's attention."........ This is a very funny take on the stock market...We need more honest commentary in this field. Original, now invalid link:

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Writer: SALIL RAVINDRAN
LCC:
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Jan 26 2011 3:16 AM


Having A Stock Broker

a: Having a stock broker ~
b: having a tapeworm

What: "I have never, ever had a broker. Having a broker is like having a tapeworm inside of you - an insidious glutton who will suck the life out of you to fatten himself."

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Writer: A Yahoo! Finance User
LCC:
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Nov 20 2010 6:27 AM


Falling stock market like beach ball

a: dropping stock market ~
b: pushing a beach ball underwater

What: If you push a beach-ball underwater and then let go or stop pushing down, the natural tendency is for it to rise rapidly to the surface. The same may be said for stocks that have been pushed down.

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Writer: Not Stated
LCC:
Where:
Date: Aug 24 2011 12:39 PM


The Big Banks Are The Kenyans

a: Retail stock investor ~
b: the back of the pack in a marathon

What: "If you're an average investor, you're not getting the first shares. Think of it as if it was the starting line for a big road race, where there's a huge crowd of runners standing by the starting line ready to go ... and you are part of the huge back that is queued up about a quarter-mile deep." See what happens in the link.

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Writer: CHUCK JAFFE
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Date: May 23 2012 12:17 PM


Burning Down The Stock Forrest

a: Stock market correction ~
b: Forrest Fire

What: This comment is at ~ 4:00 minutes in the linked podcast. It's a discussion of the stock market correction on or around May 2012. The link is to a really good of stock market dynamics by IBD.

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Writer: Matthew Galgani
LCC: HB
Where:
Date: May 19 2012 3:56 PM



a: Stock market correction ~
b: financial menstruation

What: The money builds up in one location and yet nothing seem to grow from it.

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Writer: Lucretia
LCC:
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Mar 27 2014 2:03 PM


Data Data Data

a: Buying stock without a chart ~
b: doing surgery without an X-ray

What: "You might end up getting so used to studying charts, that you would find it crazy to buy a stock without consulting its chart. It would be like a drilling company cracking into the earth without looking at geological data, or a surgeon operating sans X-ray or an MRI scan."

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Writer: VICTOR REKLAITIS
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Date: Apr 11 2012 5:59 PM



a: timing a stock market bottom ~
b: predicting an asteroid hitting the earth

What:

"But timing a stock market bottom is like trying to predict when an asteroid will hit Earth-it will eventually happen, but when?"


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Writer: Not Stated
LCC:
Where:
Date: May 9 2016 6:44 PM


Stock Car Racing In The Rain

a: Running stock cars in the rain ~
b: playing basketball on roller skates

What: "Running stock cars in the rain is like playing basketball on roller skates. It is ridiculous. About the only thing worse than NASCAR road racing is doing it in the rain"

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Writer: Pete Pistone
LCC: GV
Where:
Date: May 19 2010 7:20 AM


Predicting stock market like New England weather

a: Predicting what will happen to the stock market ~
b: Predicting New England weather

What: "More than ever, predicting what will happen to the stock market is like predicting New England weather. We can see sunny skies ahead. We just don't know when they will get here."

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Writer: Darrell J. Canby
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Where:
Date: Aug 9 2011 12:58 PM


Telling Others How To Invest In Stocks Is Like ...

a: Telling others how to invest in the stock market ~
b: Telling someone how to make love

What: "This is not because people blatantly lie about how to invest in the stock market (well, quite a few does actually), but because telling anyone else how to invest in the stock market is like telling someone how to make love - there are no simple truths and no roadmap to follow. Listening to others and benefiting from their advice is great, but sooner or later you have to start making your own mistakes."

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Writer: Daisy Chain
LCC:
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Aug 9 2011 12:30 PM



Green Venn Diagram

METAMIA is a free database of analogy and metaphor. Anyone can contribute or search. The subject matter can be anything. Science is popular, but poetry is encouraged. The goal is to integrate our fluid muses with the stark literalism of a relational database. Metamia is like a girdle for your muses, a cognitive girdle.