Its a holidy weekend, and I have to think that even though not much is happening, you good folks have something to say.

Here’s your forum:  What are you thinking  will be the dominant theme in the coming weeks? A drift upwards? The return of the One & Done crowd? Real Estate going from hot to warm to cold to ice?

What say ye?

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67 Responses to “Open Thread”

  1. Bob A says:

    happy holiday reading
    B.S. is Wall Street’s official language
    Funny how the bulls’ talking points are the same, cycle after cycle

    Marketwatch:

    B.S. is Wall Street’s official language

  2. Robert Cote says:

    This summer will reveal how many pundits and prognostigators are working without a net. “I thought you said ‘soft landing’ in the housing market.” Why are mortgage rates still rising even though the Fed paused in August? How many more companies backdated options and what other reporting is reliable if this could happen? Is every market rigged to favor certain outcomes? Why were there supposedly tight commodity supplies when prices were high but plenty of resources and capacity at lower prices? How come the Fed is proving so ineffectual at controlling inflation?

  3. MASH says:

    Barry: The Joe Besecker and BR was a good show I miss the big guy, ok ok ok so he walks around with a steak in his pocket all day we just have to over look some things.
    This fall why not have a wine tasting and stock bash, maybe upstairs at Patsy’s you could meet all of us hot dog traders.
    BR now that your a TV guy does it help get a good table in any of the midtown restaurants???

  4. ~ Nona says:

    Great idea MASH.

    But how about this amendment: Why don’t we put together the bash and invite Barry and his wife as the honored guests?

    It would be our Thank You for hosting this great blog.

  5. Robert Cote says:

    Barry and his entourage, inspiration and life partner(s), progeny, etc. are welcome here on the Left Coast anytime. Not much to offer; perspective that isn’t NYcentric, AMGN insider access, insights into immigration, agriculture, and housing but nothing uniquely special. Nonetheless quality guests are blessings not burdens.

    This is an open thread. Barry, you got Ventura County covered. I hope others step up and stake out possibilities for your future itineraries.

  6. HT says:

    Since Barry is cutting back content due to the new fee based services, I had suggested via email to him that he establish a “forum” section on the blog site. People could post issues and get dialog without him bringing it up on a post. For example, Anandarko’s takeover wasnt discussed by BR, although it was, in my opinion, a big deal. I played it by buying mining companies since i believe that is the trade to make for another industry ripe for consolidation. Also, interesting it was a cash deal instead of stock [even though a clueless talking head analyst said that meant "a top"-- sorry, but companies use their stock when it's overvalued, not cash] But the point is, I think the forum idea would be valuable. Similiarly, no real discussion regarding the Feds response, and its impressive impact on commodities etc. Barry, PLEASE dont make me start a blog site to pick up the slack!!

  7. bharat says:

    Barry, you should look into creating a trader/financial http://www.digg.com. Most of Digg’s audience is tech related proggrammer kinda males. So we traders, money lovers, could enjoy our own “digg:.

  8. John says:

    The dominant theme in the coming weeks will be the slowing economy. You can see it starting already: GM “brutal” sales month for June, WMT same store sales up only 1%, housing slowdown stories galore (I would expect some questioning of the soft landing theory as the summer progresses), “Consumers Face Challenges in Handling Debt” on Yahoo finance home page tonight, construction spending declines, etc. etc. etc.
    I think the long overdue retail slowdown will be hitting soon.

  9. whipsaw says:

    nice catch, Bob A, good column and a reminder of why the expression is bullsh*t, not bearsh*t.

    It have never ceased to amaze me how people immediately start looking for (and usually pronouncing) a bottom when things start to fall apart. They are never that quick to look for a top and I guess it’s all just human nature to try to whistle past the graveyard.

    As it happened, I got out of the market in August 2000 once it became pretty obvious what was in store. But most of the people I knew were “snapping up bargains” if they hadn’t gotten a margin call and rode the thing down for another 6-12 months and a lot of pretend money they were trying to recover wound up vaporizing a lot of real money.

    This time around, I’m being more aggressive by buying puts instead of just getting out of the way, but am still in a heavily non-equities mode overall. I can think of lots of reasons for the market to go down over the next 3-9 months and not many for it to go up for long.

  10. trader75 says:

    This recent ramp feels like a bogus push on light volume, something to dress up the books and suck in the little guy.

    Everything is running into resistance, Japan is still more likely to tighten than not, an August fed pause would be good news attached to bad, cash yields are starting to look competitive, and there’s a lot of overhead left to work through.

    Time to play whack-a-mole. Got some solid gains in GDX, IYT and XLE, probably gonna kick those out on Thursday and start looking for attractive short entries in tech and retail.

  11. trader75 says:

    Wednesday, not Thursday… forgot what day it is. These midweek holidays are goofy.

  12. Craig H says:

    Looking over the charts in TC2005 tonight, it’s interesting how much the market managed to go from oversold to very overbought in the past 3 days.

    5 and 14 daily stochastics over 80 on the major indexes. Mcclellan Oscillator at 195. Zweig Breadth Thrust at 60. New High/New Low Ratio up from 12% to 83% in just 3 days.

    Well, Charles Nenner said the S&P would rally up until July 10th, then resume the downtrend. If that’s the case, it’s getting set up for a fall.

  13. whipsaw says:

    per Craig H:
    “Well, Charles Nenner said the S&P would rally up until July 10th, then resume the downtrend. If that’s the case, it’s getting set up for a fall.”

    I’m not so sure about Nenner, but NFP is the 7th and I think the BoJ interest rate announcement is the 14th, so it should tank on one or the other or both of those unless we are still in “investors shrugged off” mode.

    At any rate, one of the guys at minyanville observed that the NYSE Bullish Percentage Index had formed a Bear Catapult for the first time since 1955. I am not a big PnF guy so I had to go look that up, but it’s basically a Bad Thing and the implication is that it is also an Ominously Bad Thing. We’ll see, I just sense some bad juju ahead.

  14. Detroit Dan says:

    a Bear Catapult and baaad juju. I love it!

    All signs seem to point to a renewed downward plunge sometime in the near future. It really seems so obvious, but it’s often hard to act on the obvious…

  15. Dan Weber says:

    Dow on it’s way to 3800!

    Dan

  16. Sammy20 says:

    I suspect the Fed will come out sometime soon with more hawkish talk to try and kill the gold rise/inflation expectations. However, since they realize they are stuck between a rock and a hard place it will turn out to be just that “talk”. My guess is it will work 1 more time and on the third attempt it will be like the boy who cried wolf….and everyone knows what happens to the boy in that tale.

    Does anyone have an opinion on when/if the miners will start acting independently from the market. I am a big believer that this commodity cycle will be sending prices much higher over the intermediate/long term. I am concerned however that they have seem to trade along with the general market thus far.

  17. sell_the_10_year says:

    The world doesn’t revolve around the Fed. Historically speaking we still have very cheap money, and they are obviously terrified of strangling the housing market so their anti-inflation hands are bound.

    Right now we’ve got a number of serious geopolitical probelms on our hands:

    1. Israel has thrown half the PA govt in jail. Don’t forget that Hezbollah shot Katyusha rockets at Israel a few week ago. IAF hit a car moving Katyusha rockets in Gaza after that. PLO says they have Katyusha rockets in the West Bank. That situation looks quite unstable and is slowly deteriorating.

    2. Iran is clearly not going to freeze uranium enrichment. They’ve pre-empted us by introducing gasoline rationing, so much for painful sanctions. This situation could also deteriorate quickly.

    3. Venezuela’s Chavez is increasing his public fraternizing with North Korea and Iran. It’s pretty clear that he is preparing to cut oil exports to us, and send them over to China.

    I would not bet a nickel on Bush backing down on Iran. Certaintly not a penny on Iran backing down. We’ve been in a cold war with these guys for 25 years. A hot war is now clear on the horizon.

    All of these factors point to a continuation of the “Commodity Super-Cycle.” Gold’s correction in finished, $1000 is just a question of when. Silver, God knows. That’s my two cents.

  18. drey says:

    Looks like the perfect set-up for serious whackage later this month and lord knows that’s where I’ve placed my bets but as a wise man once said, the market’s ability to act irrationally can easily outlast my ability to remain solvent…

    I’d be interested to know if anyone has thoughts on whether gold will bust through its 50 day MA to test recent highs or simply bounce off it and head lower for more consolidation.

  19. whipsaw says:

    per Detroit Dan:
    “a Bear Catapult and baaad juju. I love it!”

    Hey, get in the spirit of things! The Hindenburg Omen that Barry mentioned twice seems to be coming to fruition, so why not the Bear Catapult?

    Actually, I’m not entirely sold on the NYSE Catapult since it is a sentiment indicator of sentiment indicators, but most of the things that I follow suggest that prices are rising while growth is slowing which is pretty much the definition of stagflation, so….

  20. fred hooper says:

    What happened to B?

  21. Ryan says:

    This economy has some serious fundamental problems that are going to be hard to solve in the coming years. The deficit is not going to be decreasing but this economic slowdown is going to cause it to increase significantly. That is going to cause the dollar to depreciate more and cause instability in the treasury markets. The housing market is going to get hit extremely hard and there is not going to be a “soft landing”. The consumer is going to be bombarded from all angles. I hope to God there isn’t a conflict with Iran.

    It’s time to end this pointless War in Iraq that is accomplishing nothing, cut spending, raise taxes and start restoring fiscal sanity! It’s time to put pressure on China to float their currency and stop competing unfairly in the global marketplace. And it’s time to get control of the border and raise the minimum wage so that salaries can increase and these wealth effect bubbles are not needed to sustain the consumer.

  22. brian says:

    well said Ryan. Yea, speaking of re-setting mortgages, the guvmint is sitting on the Mother Of All option ARMs with regard to our National debt (it seems we’ll all go together when we go…The Housing bubble and the house of financial cards that’s been so painstakingly assembled over the last 5.5 years)

  23. Mark says:

    “Does anyone have an opinion on when/if the miners will start acting independently from the market.”

    When inflationary pressures are recognized to be independent from the “cyclical” slowdown, ie when the market realizes that inflation is STRUCTURAL, miners will divorce themselves from an ongoing equity downdraft.

  24. Ricardo says:

    Gold is seriously under-valued — it will hit $2000/oz. before this decade is over. North Korea will keep stirring the shit pot, and China might start flexing it’s muscles over Taiwan. Never mind that the Muslim world is at war with the west … but all this doesn’t matter right? until it does … keep buying you dumb bulls!!! You will lose that much more in the end! There is now more USD floating around than toilet paper!! So good luck and happy fourth of July!

  25. LB says:

    If you all haven’t noticed…you’re all on one side of the investment table. That’s not a good sign.

    Best,

    LB

  26. V L says:

    April 2001: Abby Joseph Cohen, Goldman Sachs
    “The time to be nervous was a year ago. The S&P then was overvalued, it’s now undervalued.” (Unfortunately, the markets continued down for another 18 months).

    June 2006: Abby Joseph Cohen, Goldman Sachs
    “The S&P 500 index is underpriced at current levels”
    (Is history repeating?)

  27. Craig H says:

    LB,

    There are lots of bulls around. CNBC keeps showing me plenty of them. For some reason they just don’t hang out around here.

  28. me2200 says:

    “the market’s ability to act irrationally can easily outlast my ability to remain solvent…”

    That is an outstanding line !

  29. whipsaw says:

    What do you guys think about ETNs for commodities exposure? I’d never heard of them but ran across an article at http://biz.yahoo.com/ms/060627/167266.html?.v=1 where they are described (near the bottom). Interesting because they are tied to your choice of GSCI or DJAIG and are not a tax disaster like mutual funds and ETFs can be.

    I was in DBC for a couple of months and did pretty well before I dumped it together with my other long positions in May, but didn’t think that it tracked enough commodities. The ETNs could be an attractive vehicle for dabbling in this area.

  30. sell_the_10_year says:

    LB, you must have never watched Kudlow and Company during a Barry Ritholtz appearance.

    They make light of his skeptical stance, say he is with the “cult of the bear,” and then cut what he is saying short to make way for some shill from Fifth Third Asset Management to drone on about “seeing a lot of value in large caps.”

    What you want to do is get short before all these clowns panic and hit the sell button. At that point it is too late.

  31. MikeF says:

    Barring any earth shaterring news developments, expecting US markets to trade in range bound fashion over the next two months, see overseas monetary authorities continuing to raise interest rates and this will inevitably influence the FOMC raise or pause decision. If overseas rates continue to rise, dollar will need propping up to compete. All this bodes well for gold and not so well for real estate. If I was a shorting man (which, alas, I ain’t) all this hoopla over GM looks like a primo opportunity. That said, all it would take is one or two bad CPI numbers or an infrastructure-wrecking hurricane, regional war/coup d’etats to send U.S. stocks tumbling the 10% or more that the bears have been predicting. Too much freakin’ risk….

  32. BobS says:

    i agree with the “Big Picture” you guys are putting forth. How best to play the gold thing?

  33. advsys says:

    Lots of good comments. It is interesting to me that there is such a diverse list of what might cause the downturn. Mortgage rates, deficits, the consumer, inflation, the war etc etc.

    I wonder if some of these are not the symptoms of the disease and not the disease. (ie. if I sneeze, do I have a cold or allergies? ). If we identify the disease, then won’t it be easier to know how to trade?

    Furthering that thought, it seems to me that geopolitical events are clearly one of the potential market drivers. However, since these events are out of our control, lets leave them out of the discussion for the moment.

    So, what is the disease. I propose for discussion purposes that it is a false sense of a strong economy becuase of confusion between liquidity (cash) and real growth? We seem to be in a unique time when borrowed money is confused with real income.

    As in, $94 billion for Katrina rebuilding that is really just a big fat loan with one of those retail like payment plans. Ya know what I am talking about. Buy a mattress now from us and no payments until January 2008!

    If this is the case, then will not the markets be basically bullish until this cash really starts to dry up. As in no new sources to fool us anymore and we finally have to start making serious payments too?

  34. trader75 says:

    Those who see a hyper-inflationary ramp may well stumble into the huge deflationary pothole between here and there.

    What will happen to inflationary pressures when consumer spending tanks and Asia hits the skids? What happens when we realize that sky high energy prices can be a nasty deflationary force when they suck all the money out of consumers’ wallets? What happens if we get a cold winter this time around and natural gas skyrockets, further squeezing discretionary income? What happens when a $1700 mortgage on a 3 bedroom starter house suddenly stops feeling like a ticket to prosperity and starts feeling like a taste of debtors prison? How inflationary will the overall environment feel when corporate profits go into freefall?

    Gold could whacked again, and whacked hard, when the inflationary chatter melts away as folks start to see the big SLOWDOWN sign. If this happens, you’ll again see the folks who don’t really know what’s going on dump gold b/c the inflation story is “over.”

    But then when the WSJ is nattering on about deflation and everyone is ringing their hands about the backbreaking level of debt we are facing and the threat of economic decline–topics that aren’t mainstream yet–that is when the fed starts looking like savior of last resort once again. That is when Ben rolls out his trusty printing press and dons his Anti-Great Depression Superhero Suit. And that’s when gold goes to the moon.

    We could still dodge that pothole and keep the growth game going but I don’t see how we do it. Leverage and debt accumulation have kept consumer spending strong in the face of sky high energy prices, and those options are going away The only way energy backs off is if the US consumer gives in first, and if that happens Asia is in trouble too which means the deflationary ball is in play.

  35. Dave says:

    Bob A: great article.

    Craig H: Its interesting how earnings season starts July 10th.

    I think its real hard to say where the market is going short term. I think intermediate to long term you can say its going down.

    The extent to this bounce will be determined by the strength of this earnings season and the guidance companies give going forward. It’s really hard to imagine though that companies won’t feel the pinch of higher energy prices, higher interest rates, a slowing housing market (–> decreased consumer spending), and be able to maintain the strength of earnings they’ve had thus far.

  36. Kevin says:

    This piece on Chinese domestic credit markets is of interest. The most salient point for investors is that, despite what the author says he wants, his description makes it seem quite unlikely that China will be able to shift from an export-centered economy to one centered on domestic demand.

    http://www.atimes.com/atimes/China/HF28Ad01.html

    “As well, the conference heard, insurance companies as well as banks must put their funds to better work financing prudent and worthy projects. Such projects so far are mostly state-owned enterprises, producing about 20% of total gross domestic product, but sucking in about 70% of all outstanding bank credit. The SOEs are responsible from almost all non-performing bank loans. But pension money has to be put to good use, neither wasted on risky businesses that could lose the fund, nor invested with undue caution, thereby providing returns that are too low.

    Non-state companies, if possible, try to avoid taking money from the banks, even if interest is relatively low. They do not want to be exposed to possible financial and tax controls, and are willing to pay 30% interest or more to moneylenders, loan sharks and pawnshops, to whom they can reveal their wealth without fear that the information will be passed on to some state officials.

    Banks are also unwilling to lend to private firms: if an SOE doesn’t pay up, the bank official will not be held responsible – the bank will extend the credit terms. But if a private company doesn’t pay up, then the official could be go under review to establish if he had any dealings under the table with the failed company.”

    This twisted structure also means that the way things respond within China to changes, for example yuan revaluation, might turn out quite different from the text book.

  37. true blue republican says:

    This is the greatest economy i the history of the world, but terrorist loving American hating Democrats try to talk it down just as the liberal media lost the war in Iraq. The stock market sould go up and real estate is undervalued. If the economy was allowed to act through free market forces the value would increase and we would be able to borrow thousands every year off of 15% appreciation while retiring millioniares because this is the greatest country in the world and all the foreigners want to send their money here because it’s a great investment.

    But socialists such as yourself bad mouth the economy and destroy capitalism!

  38. john says:

    True Blue – I was going to stay out of this but such nonsense makes me wonder if you might be a member of the most useless administration in the history of the world (never mind America).

    Can one really “destroy capitalism” simply by bad mouthing the economy? I’m glad the Soviets never knew that secret. Enough of that nonsense.

    Anyway once again we wonder where we are going without knowing where we are. Energy – let’s see – hurricane season… I don’t think energy should go down until the end of that. Gold – inflation has been present in our economy for 100 years, or so I’m told, yet gold picked last year to notice it? I don’t think so.

    Interest rates are rising – yet businesses are rolling in cash. If you are rolling in cash you are doing two things – 1 not borrowing and 2 paying off debt with cheap, inflation ravaged dollars (how’m I do’n so far?)

    Interest rates are rising and we are concerned about the consumer yet the consumer has never let something as trivial as interest rates stop him in the past. But this time it’s different – it really is – trust me.

    Oh BullShit! Nobody knows nothing. Not you, not me, not that marvelous bunch of pretenders in Washington, certainly not the media (noone’s told them what to think yet), not Fox, NBC, CBS, or ABC – Disney doesn’t know nor does Pluto, Mickey, Minnie or the kids. So – if nobody knows nothing – what can we do – oh shit – oh dear – follow the market, my friends – follow the market. Buy the dips, sell the rips and stop waiting for some magical moment in never-never land when you might “know” because it ain’t happening.

    Have a happy…

  39. groucho says:

    I’m thinking…..coasting till midterms, than the shit will hit the fan. Bush will get his war with Iran. Bernanke will get his chance to prove he’s not John Law.(6%FFR by early 07)
    Can anyone say $5 gas? Recession by summer 07?

  40. LB says:

    I’ve seen Barry every time he appears on K&C…great assumption though. I was referring to this board and the very apparent bearish stance. Let’s see 100% bearish…yikes…group think??? You are using K&C guests to think that the bear ideology is the minority. Well, not on all of the trader/investor message boards. The Bear argument almost always seems more logical and academic and such. It reminds me of a saying…”would you rather be right or make money?”

    Everyone knows the bearish reasons that the market “should” go down. These have been around for years now. There’s one person who has heard all of these reasons and hasn’t seemed to care though…who could that be….oh yeah….The Market!!!

    See you all at higher highs.

    P.S. This isn’t directed at anyone in particular, just the board in general. The traders will just watch their indicators and be fine playing the market both ways (like me), but the investors who are on this board will be hurt by either shorting this market or by not participating.

    Best,

    LB

  41. vegaman says:

    Eer, I think true Blue was being sacastic. In my view the direction of the dollar will be purely driven by the momentum of the base rate spread between Fed Funds and other G7 central banks (the prime two being ECB and BOJ). Forward indicators of inflation (ECRI FIG) have peaked since Q4 2005 in the US but are still rising in Europe. So although I beleive inflation is in a long term secular upswing the signs are that we we are due a growth driven (or lack of) cyclical correction in inflation. Now REAL yields in Japan and Europe are much lower than the US, which implies that going forward the ECB and BOJ will narrow the rate gap ( to maintain their inflation fighting credibility versus FED) and therefore depreciate the dollar and inflate GOLD (for currency reasons and NOT inflation expectations). In this window I expect Gold to retest and fail at its 1980 high of $850 ish , obviously you would expect dollar depreciation to encourage the FED to raise rates just that little bit further than it needed to and that is where I suspect the risk of it going a little to far. But it will earn its inflation fighting stripes and I expect the $ to re-assert itself at the expense of growth. Commodities spend the following 1 year to 18 months consolidatating at 50% to 60% of their cyclical peaks until the FED turns on liquidity by cutting rates, but the curve will steepen rapidly as I don’t expect long rates to respond to easing as they have in the past given the still elevated value of commodities and non US$ currencies relative to the similar easing period 2001 to 2003. THIS IS JUST AN IDEA, ANY COMENTS?

  42. bk says:

    groucho: Barring a geopolitical event, I think that it will be quite a while before we see gas for $5/gallon.

    However, I am with you on a recession on ’07. In my mind, it will be all about the housing market. It’s gonna be ULGY. There is too much housing for sale at over-inflated prices for it not to come back and pound all of those holders of mortgage-backed securities, as marginal buyers walk away from their purchases. To say noting of the ‘disposable income’ which will evaporate for many recent home buyers who are ‘better off’, as their ARMs reset.

  43. sully says:

    Yesterday, Shanghai copper topped out on high limit – on a volume of 190 tons ! Normal trade ~ 250,000 tons
    Volume on all commodities markets are thin and prices are sky high. The last market I saw like this was NASDAQ 2000.

    Housing is declining – 40 % of Cu consumption
    Intl Copper Study Group estimates a 164,000 ton surplus since January 2006. ACtual surplus since August 2005.
    Chinese imports of copper down 60 %.

    Price up 70 % since January.

    The markets are dominated by funds and big money. We have been in a controlled big money levitation of stock and commodity markets since late December. Feels like 1987.

    Cash is returning 5.25 %

  44. sell_the_10_year says:

    There are at least fifty times more investors who blindly follow the recommendations of their brokers than investors who follow recommendations they read on internet boards.

    Therefore these bearish boards are very much a contrarian POV, and most likely will continue to be for a long time.

    Per your second point, I don’t think any investors have made any worthwhile profit clinging onto the bull argument in 2006. We must face it, U.S. equities had their run in the dot-com days. Those days are gone.

    In many ways the U.S. has been reduced to the status of the “pathetic helpless giant.”

    The DOW/S&P500 have been in a bear market since 2000 when measured in gold, i.e. hard money. NASDAQ, well that’s a bear market no matter how your slice it.

    Fact is, you’d be better off in treasuries than in stocks for now.

  45. HT: Content is down cause I’m on Vacation!
    Lots of good stuff planned for after 7/10

    bharat — what you are looking for is DigStock

  46. paul jaffe says:

    Lowry’s, the technical analysis outfit, reports that 90% (volume and price movement) up and down days
    have become commonplace in the market over the past six weeks when they previously were rare and much more predicative of a trend reversal. Any ideas on why this might be happening?

  47. RB says:

    Paul Jaffe,
    I noticed the same (Lowry’s) and have been wondering the same too. Conspiracy theories anyone?

  48. Bob A says:

    I vote we coin a new term called Moronican which includes all the bury-your-head-in-the-sand optimists quoted in the Marketwatch article.

  49. I am not as convinced as some that the market is going to fall in the second half of the year. Here is why:

    – Call/Put ratios are low. Normally this is a contrarian indicator that signals an upward move in the market.

    – The cost of borrowing is still low historically.

    – Contrary to what many CNBC guests believe, the market and the economy can do well with interest rates over 5%. This anxiety reflects short-term hopes rather than useful predictions. If the Fed fails to control inflation, we would see much higher interest rates later.

    Also, while the economy and the market does not revolve around the Fed, the actions of that body have the ability to influence the current market more than any event short of a catastrophe.

    Let’s hope that Bernanke and Co. go to 5.5 or even 5.75% to get this inflation under control.

    In the meantime, it’s time to begin taking profits on gold if you have not already done so.

    Enjoy your vacation BR.

  50. Larry Nusbaum, Scottsdale says:

    “Real Estate going from hot to warm to cold to ice?”
    SURE. WHAT ELSE IS NEW? JUST FOUND AN ARTICLE THAT I HAD SAVED FROM JANUARY, 2005 MONEY MAGAZINE ENTITLED, “LAST HURRAH”. It was a warning ahead of what may have been one of the greatest years on record for the real estate market.

  51. Craig H says:

    “It was a warning ahead of what may have been one of the greatest years on record for the real estate market.”

    Half year. Take a look at some homebuilder charts. July 2005 was the top and it sure wasn’t a good place for buy ‘n’ hold types to be.

  52. BettinaZ says:

    I’m still in shock over Henry Paulson’s confirmation testimony 2 weeks ago (seems like months ago already). I couldn’t believe my ears, when he said that it would be a BAD thing if taxes were raised, and no, the budget deficit and national debt were not troubling to him. Did you see the look on Sen. Kent Conrad’s face? (Why don’t the Democrats trot him out more often– the man is the only one who understands the budget!) He was speechless, after showing some really SCARY charts. Henry Paulson– Bob Rubin you ain’t!!

  53. whipsaw says:

    per Everyday Economist:

    “In the meantime, it’s time to begin taking profits on gold if you have not already done so.”

    Wow, you must be a real economist since I went into an XAU/USD trade at oanda on the surmise that you don’t have any idea of what you are talking about and closed it an hour later for a $300 gain. Please keep the tells coming!

  54. whipsaw:

    Anything is ripe for a trade under certain circumstances. For investors, not traders, it is time to take profits on gold.

  55. whipsaw says:

    Just pulling your chain a bit Economist. But I don’t think that there are any gold investors anyway, just speculators and worshipers. The worshipers won’t dump it regardless of what is going on while speculators don’t consider gold any more important than corn or beans and are just as likely to short as buy from week to week.

    I suspect that gold will hit $490~ at some point in the near term (most likely while I am long!), but don’t have much doubt that it will then approach $1000 within the next 6-9 months. What happens after that remains to be seen, but I can think of other ways to double up in that timeframe that do not involve actively challenging the central banks of the world and would lean towards those choices instead.

  56. me2200 says:

    That jobs number this morning was ominous. Bernanke should have hiked 50 basis points.

    We’ve got a mess on our hands. Oil at $75 and no retreat in sight. Strong job growth. Rising rents. The next inflation numbers are going to be killers.

    Bernanke has no choice but to continue hiking, housing market be damned. Now the folly of our ways and the Feds ways are going to come through loud and clear. We must continue hiking to keep inflation under control. It doesn’t matter that millions of households are going to financially perish when they can’t service their mortgages.

    This is going to get ugly.

    It could have all been prevented by raising rates sooner. Didn’t anyone see that ? All this talk of one and done and 4% being neutral was BS. Why the hell did Greenspan let the housing bubble keep growing ? Idiot. He couldn’t see it ? Was he blind ?

    BTW: I’ve made a ton of $$$ in oil stocks lately. Devon, COP and Talisman. I was in before the Bernanke speach and sold off at a gain. I bought in immediately after and am still riding up.

  57. me2200 says:

    BK: where are you getting your numbers from ?

  58. brian says:

    whipsaw…It’s not nice to tease the board like that

  59. whipsaw says:

    I was teasing about the reason for the gold trade, but not the trade itself, it really did work. So well I ran it again this morning with similar results.

    Predictably, I then switched over to silver and am somewhat under water this time around. Oh well….

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    Nokia 8250– US$65
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    Nokia 8850 Special Edition– US$105
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    Nokia 9210i Communicator– US$195
    Nokia N-Gage– US$110
    Nokia 9500 (communicator)– US$210
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    Sony Ericsson T28s– US$39
    Sony Ericsson T28 World– US$45
    Sony Ericsson T29s– US$49
    Sony Ericsson T100– US$30
    Sony Ericsson T105– US$35
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    Sony Ericsson T230– US$55
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    Sony Ericsson T310– US$50
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    Sony Ericsson T610– US$130
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    Sony Ericsson T68i– US$105
    Sony Ericsson T68m– US$110
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    Sony Ericsson R380 World– US$90
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    Samsung SGH S300– US$105
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    Samsung SGH-Z105– US$120
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    Motorola A388c– US$120
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    Motorola C331– US$25
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    Motorola E365– US$110
    Motorola E380– US$95
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    Motorola MPX200– US$180
    Motorola Accompli 008– US$49
    Motorola Timeport 280– US$80
    Motorola T190T– US$25
    Motorola Talkabout 191– US$25
    Motorola T720– US$65
    Motorola T720i– US$85
    Motorola V3Razor– US$145
    Motorola V66– US$60
    Motorola V60– US$70
    Motorola V60i– US$75
    Motorola V70– US$105
    Motorola V80– US$115
    Motorola V290– US$80
    Motorola V750– US$125
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    Motorola V525– US$139
    Motorola V300– US$130
    Motorola V400– US$125
    Motorola V500– US$130
    Motorola V600– US$140
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    Siemens A40– US$19
    Siemens A50– US$25
    Siemens A52– US$29
    Siemens A55– US$30
    Siemens C45– US$30
    Siemens C55– US$35
    Siemens CL50– US$70
    Siemens CL55– US$65
    Siemens CT56– US$30
    Siemens M50– US$35
    Siemens M55– US$120
    Siemens MC60– US$79
    Siemens ME45– US$50
    Siemens S45– US$60
    Siemens SL42– US$65
    Siemens SL45i– US$69
    Siemens S55– US$85
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    Siemens SX45– US$155
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    Siemens Xelibri 2– US$70
    Siemens Xelibri 3– US$110
    Siemens Xelibri 4– US$80
    Siemens Xelibri 5– US$65
    Siemens Xelibri 6– US$85
    Siemens Xelibri 7– US$85
    Siemens Xelibri 8– US$95
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    Panasonic G51– US$95
    Panasonic GD35– US$20
    Panasonic GD52– US$25
    Panasonic GD55– US$49
    Panasonic GD67– US$39
    Panasonic GD75– US$45
    Panasonic GD87– US$125
    Panasonic GD88– US$129
    Panasonic GD90– US$30
    Panasonic GD92– US$30
    Panasonic GD93– US$20
    Panasonic GD95– US$39
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    Panasonic X66– US$110
    Panasonic X68– US$115
    Panasonic A101– US$110
    Panasonic A102– US$120
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    Alcatel OneTouch 302– US$25
    Alcatel OneTouch 303– US$30
    Alcatel OneTouch 511– US$35
    Alcatel OT525– US$39
    Alcatel One Touch 501– US20
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    Alcatel One Touch 701– US$30
    Alcatel One Touch 512– US$40
    Alcatel One Touch 715– US$55
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    NEC N710– US$70
    NEC C616– US$110
    NEC N900– US$150
    NEC N820– US$80
    NEC N910– US$170
    NEC N700– US$55
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    Sharp GX10– US$100
    Sharp GX10i– US$110
    Sharp GX15– US$110
    Sharp GX20– US$125
    Sharp GX30– US$135
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    Philips Fisio 311– US$30
    Philips Fisio 620– US$35
    Philips Fisio 825– US$35
    Philips Xénium– US$45
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    Nextel i2000plus– US$35
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    Nextel i530– US$35
    Nextel i205– US$20
    Nextel i305– US$25
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    Nextel i88– US$30
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    Nextel i95cl– US$70
    Nextel i60c– US$40
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    Nextel i730– US$85
    Nextel i733– US$95
    Nextel i736– US$105
    Nextel i830– US$115
    Nextel i860– US$125
    Nextel i930– US$140

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    Nokia 1100– US$30
    Nokia 2100– US$35
    Nokia 2300– US$50
    Nokia 3100– US$55
    Nokia 3108– US$50
    Nokia 3200– US$55
    Nokia 3230– US$75
    Nokia 3300 – US$65
    Nokia 3310– US$20
    Nokia 3315– US$22
    Nokia 3330– US$22
    Nokia 3350– US$23
    Nokia 3410– US$28
    Nokia 3510– US$30
    Nokia 3510i– US$43
    Nokia 3530– US$40
    Nokia 3595– US$35
    Nokia 3610– US$44
    Nokia 3650– US$150
    Nokia 3660– US$165
    Nokia 5100– US$65
    Nokia 5140– US$90
    Nokia 5210– US$35
    Nokia 5510– US$95
    Nokia 5550– US$50
    Nokia 5170iR– US$39
    Nokia 6020– US$110
    Nokia 6670– US$105
    Nokia 6630– US$155
    Nokia 6100– US$65
    Nokia 6108– US$75
    Nokia 6220– US$95
    Nokia 6230– US$100
    Nokia 6260– US$25
    Nokia 6310– US$55
    Nokia 6310i– US$60
    Nokia 6500– US$45
    Nokia 6510– US$55
    Nokia 6600– US$115
    Nokia 6610– US$70
    Nokia 6630– US$145
    Nokia 6170– US$145
    Nokia 6650– US$70
    Nokia 6800– US$95
    Nokia 6820– US$100
    Nokia 7200– US$175
    Nokia 7210 Turquoise– US$80
    Nokia 7230– US$100
    Nokia 7250– US$95
    Nokia 7250i– US$100
    Nokia 7260– US$115
    Nokia 7280– US$125
    Nokia 7600– US$145
    Nokia 7610– US$170
    Nokia 7650– US$130
    Nokia 8250– US$50
    Nokia 8310– US$75
    Nokia 8910 Titanium– US$140
    Nokia 8910 Black– US$140
    Nokia 8910i– US$175
    Nokia 8890– US$110
    Nokia 8850 Special Edition– US$95
    Nokia 8850 Gold Edition– US$95
    Nokia 8855– US$95
    Nokia 9210 Communicator– US$120
    Nokia 9210i Communicator– US$150
    Nokia N-Gage– US$100
    Nokia 9500 (communicator)– US$180

    Sony Ericsson P800– US$140
    Sony Ericsson P900– US$190
    Sony Ericsson P910i– US$195
    Sony Ericsson T20e– US$25
    Sony Ericsson T20s– US$30
    Sony Ericsson T28s– US$30
    Sony Ericsson T28 World– US$35
    Sony Ericsson T29s– US$35
    Sony Ericsson T100– US$20
    Sony Ericsson T105– US$25
    Sony Ericsson T200– US$35
    Sony Ericsson T230– US$35
    Sony Ericsson T300– US$45
    Sony Ericsson T310– US$40
    Sony Ericsson T600– US$50
    Sony Ericsson T610– US$120
    Sony Ericsson T630– US$110
    Sony Ericsson T68i– US$90
    Sony Ericsson T68m– US$100
    Sony Ericsson Z200– US$90
    Sony Ericsson Z600– US$120
    Sony CMD-J5– US$25
    Sony CMD-Z7– US$25
    Sony CMD-J7– US$35
    Sony CMD-J6– US$30
    Sony CMD-Z5– US$75
    Sony CMD-MZ5– US$140
    Sony Ericsson R520m– US$60
    Sony Ericsson R380 World– US$75
    Sony Ericsson R380s– US$95
    Sony Ericsson R600– US$30
    Sony Ericsson S700– US$150
    Sony Ericsson K500i– US$155
    Sony Ericsson K700i– US$155
    SONY ERICSSON P910a $130USD
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    =====
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  62. micheal says:

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    Apple 60 GB iPod Photo M9830LL/A……….60 USD
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    Apple 30 GB iPod Photo M9829LL/A……….50 USD
    Apple 512 MB iPod Shuffle MP3 Player……40 USD
    Apple 4 GB iPod Mini Blue M9436LL/A…….45 USD
    Apple 2 GB iPod Nano………………….50 USD
    Apple 4 GB iPod Nano………………….60 USD
    Apple 30 GB iPod Vidoe……………….80 USD
    Apple 60 GB iPod Vidoe……………….100 USD

    PDA
    Brand new HP IPaq Pocket PC H4150 ========= $190
    Brand new Asus MyPal A716 ================= $175
    Brand new HP IPaq Pocket PC H4350 ========= $185
    Brand new Toshiba Pocket PC E405 ========== $120
    Brand new Sony Clie PEG-TH55 ============== $155
    Brand new Toshiba Pocket PC E800 ========== $220
    Brand new PalmOne Zire 72================== $120
    Brand new PalmOne Tungsten E ============== $90
    Brand new PalmOne Tungsten C ============== $140
    Brand new PalmOne Zire 31 ================= $65
    Brand new palm Treo 650=====================$240

    Sidekick III Cell Phone for 150usd
    T-Mobile Sidekick 2 for 100usd
    LAPTOPS
    Dell Latitude C640 1.8GHz P4 Laptop w/CD-RW……$350USD
    Dell Inspiron XPS M140 Notebook Computer for Home…..$480USD
    Sony VAIO FS540P – Pentium M 730 1.6 GHz – 15.4″ TFT…$500USD
    Sony Intel Pentium M 100GB Notebook Computer with DVD+/-R/RW Drive…$550USD
    ThinkPad G40 2389 – C 2.5 GHz – 14.1″ TFT IBM…..$580USD
    Panasonic Toughbook 18 Touchscre……$500USD
    HP Compaq Business Notebook nc8230 – Pentium M 760 2 GHz – 15.4″
    TFT…$950USD
    HP Compaq Mobile Workstation nw8240 – Pentium M 760 2 GHz – 15.4″
    TFT…$780USD

    NOTEBOOKS…

    HP Compaq Business Notebook nx6110 – Celeron M 360 1.4 …for $450usd
    Sony VAIO 1.7GHz Pentium M Wireless Notebook NEW for $650usd
    Fujitsu Computer Systems LifeBook N6110 – Intel Pentium …for $820usd
    Acer Intel Pentium M 80GB Notebook Computer with Combo Drive for $850usd
    Acer AS3623WXMi Notebook PC for $310usd
    IBM Thinkpad R32 1.9GHz 40G Laptop/Notebook Fast PC NR for $170usd
    TopSeller ThinkPad Z60t Celeron M 360 1.4GHz/1MBL2 …for $730usd
    and many more…………..
    DVD
    Panasonic DVD-LS5 DVD Player…$150USD
    Mintek MDP-5860 DVD Player…..$90USD
    Panasonic DMR-E50S DVD Recorder…$190USD
    Samsung DVD-L200 DVD Player….. $150USD
    and many more…………………….
    TELEVISION
    Panasonic TH-42PD50U Television…..$600USD
    Panasonic TH-42PX50U Television…..$1000USD
    Panasonic TH-50PX50U Television…..$1500USD
    Panasonic TH-42PWD6UY Television….$500USD
    Panasonic TH-42PD25U/P Television…$400USD
    Panasonic TH-42PHD8UK Television….$450USD
    Panasonic TH-65PHD7UY Television….$2500USD
    Pioneer PDP-5050HD Television…….$1000USD
    Panasonic TH-37PX50U Television….$500USD
    Panasonic TH-42PX500U Television…$800USD
    Sony KLV-32M1 Television………$400USD
    Sony PFM-42V1/S Television………$500USD
    Sony KDE-61XBR950 Television……$5000USD
    Sony KDE-42XBR950 Television……$1000USD
    Sony PFM-42X1/S Television…….$500USD
    Sony KDE-42XS955 Television……$550USD
    Sony FWD-50PX1/S Television…..$1200USD
    Samsung HP-R4252 Television……..$500USD
    Samsung LN-R328W – LCD TV – 32….$500usd
    Samsung LN-R408D – LCD TV – 40….$800usd
    Samsung LT-P326W – LCD TV – 32….$650usd
    Samsung LTM 225W – LCD TV – 22….$500usd
    Samsung PPM63H3-plasma panel 63…$2000usd
    Samsung HP-P5071 50-inch 1366X768 HD Plasma TV Ref…..$800usd
    Samsung HPP5031 – plasma panel – 50…$1000usd
    Pioneer PDP-5050HD Television…….$1000USD
    Sharp 32″ Aquos HD-Ready LCD TV….$500usd.
    and many more……………
    Sony Laptops Sony VAIO VGN-T1 $680
    Sony VAIO VGN-FS315 $420
    Sony VAIO VGN-S3 $450
    Sony VAIO VGN-TX1 $840
    Sony VAIO VGN-FS215 $ 310
    Sony VAIO VGN-S5 $710
    Sony VAIO VGN-FS295 $ 650
    Sony VAIO VGN-A517 $590
    Sony VAIO VGN-S4 $470
    Sony VAIO PCG-K35 $550,

    AND MANY MORE OF CHOICES…
    WE PROVIDE A GOOD AND FAST SERVICES, OUR SHIPPMENT IS WITHIN 48HRS.
    WE ARE GIVING OUR BUYERS A BONANZA OF WHICH IF YOU PURCHASE ANY TWO (2)
    MOBILE PHONES FROM OUR COMPANY, YOU WILL GET ONE (1) FOR FREE.
    IF YOU ARE INTERESTED DO GET BACK TO US WITH YOUR FULL SHIPPING ADDRESS
    AND YOU CHOICE AND CONTACT PHONE NUMBER FOR THE EASY TRANSACTION THANKS,
    electronics_icc@yahoo.com
    electronics_icc@hotmail.com
    REGARD,
    MANAGEMENT.
    MICHEAL JON

  63. smith says:

    WE ARE SELLING ALL BRAND NEW OF ELECTRONICS SUCH AS MOBILE PHONES,TELEVISION SET SIDEKICKS, PLAYSTATIONS,IPODS,GPS Navigator,PSP,ETEN at very cheap price with complete accessories,We are using this medium to look for bulk buyers and also individual one {1} pieces buyers, Do kindly sent us an email if you are intrested and as you do may GOD bless you.

    Contact email…..smithchristmastoreltd1@hotmail.com

    Nokia N93……………. $230usd
    Nokia N92……………. $200usd
    Nokia N91……………. $190usd
    Nokia N90……………. $150usd
    Nokia N72……………. $150usd
    Nokia N73……………. $160usd
    Nokia N80……………. $165usd
    Nokia N70……………. $160usd
    Nokia 8800…………….$220usd

    Sony Ericsson k790A…….$230usd
    Sony Ericsson p990……. $200usd
    Sony Ericsson w900……. $180usd
    Sony Ericsson j100……. $240usd
    Sony Ericsson p900……. $150usd
    Sony Ericsson p910……..$180usd
    Sony Ericsson s700i…… $150usd
    Sony Ericsson s750i…… $180usd
    Sony Ericsson W800i…… $180usd

    Motorola E398………….$140usd
    Motorola RAZR V3……….$100usd
    Motorola V3x…………..$130usd
    Motorola V3i D&G……….$150usd
    Motorola V3i…………..$180usd
    Motorola A600………….$130usd
    Motorola A630………….$120usd

    Samsung SGH-e910……….. $200usd
    Samsung D870…………… $200usd
    Samsung SGH-Z510……….. $180usd
    Samsung p850…………… $200usd
    Samsung d700…………… $160usd
    Samsung d600…………… $140usd
    Samsung d500…………… $120usd
    Samsung Q1…………….. $400USD
    Samsung e600…………… $180usd

    The Treo 700w……………$220usd
    The Treo 650…………….$170usd
    The Treo 700p……………$230usd

    I-MATE K-JAM…………….$270usd
    i-MATE JASJAR……………$200usd
    BlackBerry 8700r…………$200usd
    Blackberry 8700c…………$200usd
    Blackberry 8700g…………$210usd

    ETEN
    ETEN G500……………….$200usd
    Eten M500……………….$180usd
    ETEN M600……………….$200usd

    T-Mobile sidekick 3………………$150usd
    Sidekick 2 (II)………………….$110usd

    Ipod video 60GB………………….$140usd
    Ipod video 30GB………………….$110usd
    Apple Ipod Nano 4GB………………$90usd
    Apple Ipod Nano 2GB………………$75usd

    Playstation 2……………………$140usd
    Playstation 3……………………$180usd
    Psp (play station)……………….$145usd

    Contact email…. smithcristmastoreltd1@hotmail.com

    Sony ericcson p990 for $150usd
    Sony ericsson w900 for $150usd
    Sony ericsson w600 for $135usd
    Sony ericsson p910i for $100usd
    Sony ericsson p900 for $150usd
    sony ericsson v600i for $120usd
    Sony ericssson w800i for $150usd
    Sony ericssson k700i for $100usd
    Sony ericcson k500i for $100usd
    Sony ericsson w850 for $180
    Sony ericsson j220 for $250
    Sony ericsson j230 for $200
    Sony ericsson p800 for $190
    Nokia 6610i for $80usd
    Nokia 7270 for $130usd
    Nokia 7710 for $160usd
    Nokia 6670 for $110usd
    Nokia 3230 for $120usd
    Nokia 8800 for $160usd
    Nokia 9300 for 4180usd
    Nokia 9500 for $180usd
    Nokia n83 for $240 usd
    Nokia n93 for $250 usd
    Nokia n73 for $240usd
    Nokia n92 for $200usd
    Nokia n80 for $180usd
    Nokia n71 for $180usd
    Nokia n91 for $190usd
    Nokia n90 for $180usd
    Nokia n70 for $170
    Nokia 6265i for $220
    Nokia 6101 for $190
    Nokia 6060 $200
    Nokia 6270 for $200
    Nokia neo for $250
    Nokia 6230i for $150
    Nokia 6630 for $120usd
    Nokia 6680 for $150usd
    Nokia 7610 for $120usd
    Nokia 7290 for $180usd
    Nokia 3250 for $200usd
    Nokia 7380 for $280usd
    Nokia 7370 for $260usd
    Nokia 7360 for $250usd
    Nokia 6102 for $200usd
    Nokia e70 for $280usd
    Nokia e61 for $260usd
    Nokia 3250 for $250usd
    Nokia 6280 for $220usd
    Nokia 6270 for $200usd
    Nokia 6600 for $100usd
    Samsung serene for $250usd
    Samsung x810 for $200usd
    S amsung z700 for $260usd
    Samsung p860 for $260usd
    Samsung p850 for $220usd
    Samsung d500 for $150usd
    Samsung d600 for $170usd
    Samsung scgh i3000 $150usd
    Samsung e800 $100usd
    Sagem my-x8 20usd for $130usd
    Motorola v8 for $180usd
    Motorola v600 for $90usd
    Motorola v3 for $150usd
    Motorola rokr e1 for $160usd
    Motorola v3x for $180usd
    Motorola slvr l7 for $180usd
    Motorola q for $250usd
    i-mate jas jar for $150usd
    i-mate jam for $200usd
    i-mate k jam for $250usd
    Sick kick for $130usd
    Side kick 2 for $150usd
    Side kick 3 for $170usd
    Nextel 1930 for $130usd
    Nextel 1860 for $112usd
    Nextel 1870 for $140usd
    Pamtero 600 for $145usd
    Pamtero 650 for $170usd
    Treo 650 for $140usd
    Treo 700 for $200usd
    Eten m600 for $240
    Eten m 500 for $140usd
    Dvx-pod for $40usd
    Ipod video 30GB $130USD
    Ipod video 60GB. $190USD
    Ipod video 30GB $130USD
    Ipod video 60GB $190USD
    Apple iPod nano Media Player 2GB — $100
    Apple iPod nano Media Player 4GB — $130
    Apple iPod nano Media Player 6GB — $190

    you can reach us at smithcristmastoreltd1@hotmail.com

  64. smith says:

    WE ARE SELLING ALL BRAND NEW OF ELECTRONICS SUCH AS MOBILE PHONES,TELEVISION SET SIDEKICKS, PLAYSTATIONS,IPODS,GPS Navigator,PSP,ETEN at very cheap price with complete accessories,We are using this medium to look for bulk buyers and also individual one {1} pieces buyers, Do kindly sent us an email if you are intrested and as you do may GOD bless you.

    Contact email…..smithchristmastoreltd1@hotmail.com

    Nokia N93……………. $230usd
    Nokia N92……………. $200usd
    Nokia N91……………. $190usd
    Nokia N90……………. $150usd
    Nokia N72……………. $150usd
    Nokia N73……………. $160usd
    Nokia N80……………. $165usd
    Nokia N70……………. $160usd
    Nokia 8800…………….$220usd

    Sony Ericsson k790A…….$230usd
    Sony Ericsson p990……. $200usd
    Sony Ericsson w900……. $180usd
    Sony Ericsson j100……. $240usd
    Sony Ericsson p900……. $150usd
    Sony Ericsson p910……..$180usd
    Sony Ericsson s700i…… $150usd
    Sony Ericsson s750i…… $180usd
    Sony Ericsson W800i…… $180usd

    Motorola E398………….$140usd
    Motorola RAZR V3……….$100usd
    Motorola V3x…………..$130usd
    Motorola V3i D&G……….$150usd
    Motorola V3i…………..$180usd
    Motorola A600………….$130usd
    Motorola A630………….$120usd

    Samsung SGH-e910……….. $200usd
    Samsung D870…………… $200usd
    Samsung SGH-Z510……….. $180usd
    Samsung p850…………… $200usd
    Samsung d700…………… $160usd
    Samsung d600…………… $140usd
    Samsung d500…………… $120usd
    Samsung Q1…………….. $400USD
    Samsung e600…………… $180usd

    The Treo 700w……………$220usd
    The Treo 650…………….$170usd
    The Treo 700p……………$230usd

    I-MATE K-JAM…………….$270usd
    i-MATE JASJAR……………$200usd
    BlackBerry 8700r…………$200usd
    Blackberry 8700c…………$200usd
    Blackberry 8700g…………$210usd

    ETEN
    ETEN G500……………….$200usd
    Eten M500……………….$180usd
    ETEN M600……………….$200usd

    T-Mobile sidekick 3………………$150usd
    Sidekick 2 (II)………………….$110usd

    Ipod video 60GB………………….$140usd
    Ipod video 30GB………………….$110usd
    Apple Ipod Nano 4GB………………$90usd
    Apple Ipod Nano 2GB………………$75usd

    Playstation 2……………………$140usd
    Playstation 3……………………$180usd
    Psp (play station)……………….$145usd

    Contact email…. smithcristmastoreltd1@hotmail.com

    Sony ericcson p990 for $150usd
    Sony ericsson w900 for $150usd
    Sony ericsson w600 for $135usd
    Sony ericsson p910i for $100usd
    Sony ericsson p900 for $150usd
    sony ericsson v600i for $120usd
    Sony ericssson w800i for $150usd
    Sony ericssson k700i for $100usd
    Sony ericcson k500i for $100usd
    Sony ericsson w850 for $180
    Sony ericsson j220 for $250
    Sony ericsson j230 for $200
    Sony ericsson p800 for $190
    Nokia 6610i for $80usd
    Nokia 7270 for $130usd
    Nokia 7710 for $160usd
    Nokia 6670 for $110usd
    Nokia 3230 for $120usd
    Nokia 8800 for $160usd
    Nokia 9300 for 4180usd
    Nokia 9500 for $180usd
    Nokia n83 for $240 usd
    Nokia n93 for $250 usd
    Nokia n73 for $240usd
    Nokia n92 for $200usd
    Nokia n80 for $180usd
    Nokia n71 for $180usd
    Nokia n91 for $190usd
    Nokia n90 for $180usd
    Nokia n70 for $170
    Nokia 6265i for $220
    Nokia 6101 for $190
    Nokia 6060 $200
    Nokia 6270 for $200
    Nokia neo for $250
    Nokia 6230i for $150
    Nokia 6630 for $120usd
    Nokia 6680 for $150usd
    Nokia 7610 for $120usd
    Nokia 7290 for $180usd
    Nokia 3250 for $200usd
    Nokia 7380 for $280usd
    Nokia 7370 for $260usd
    Nokia 7360 for $250usd
    Nokia 6102 for $200usd
    Nokia e70 for $280usd
    Nokia e61 for $260usd
    Nokia 3250 for $250usd
    Nokia 6280 for $220usd
    Nokia 6270 for $200usd
    Nokia 6600 for $100usd
    Samsung serene for $250usd
    Samsung x810 for $200usd
    S amsung z700 for $260usd
    Samsung p860 for $260usd
    Samsung p850 for $220usd
    Samsung d500 for $150usd
    Samsung d600 for $170usd
    Samsung scgh i3000 $150usd
    Samsung e800 $100usd
    Sagem my-x8 20usd for $130usd
    Motorola v8 for $180usd
    Motorola v600 for $90usd
    Motorola v3 for $150usd
    Motorola rokr e1 for $160usd
    Motorola v3x for $180usd
    Motorola slvr l7 for $180usd
    Motorola q for $250usd
    i-mate jas jar for $150usd
    i-mate jam for $200usd
    i-mate k jam for $250usd
    Sick kick for $130usd
    Side kick 2 for $150usd
    Side kick 3 for $170usd
    Nextel 1930 for $130usd
    Nextel 1860 for $112usd
    Nextel 1870 for $140usd
    Pamtero 600 for $145usd
    Pamtero 650 for $170usd
    Treo 650 for $140usd
    Treo 700 for $200usd
    Eten m600 for $240
    Eten m 500 for $140usd
    Dvx-pod for $40usd
    Ipod video 30GB $130USD
    Ipod video 60GB. $190USD
    Ipod video 30GB $130USD
    Ipod video 60GB $190USD
    Apple iPod nano Media Player 2GB — $100
    Apple iPod nano Media Player 4GB — $130
    Apple iPod nano Media Player 6GB — $190

    you can reach us at smithcristmastoreltd1@hotmail.com

  65. smith says:

    WE ARE SELLING ALL BRAND NEW OF ELECTRONICS SUCH AS MOBILE PHONES,TELEVISION SET SIDEKICKS, PLAYSTATIONS,IPODS,GPS Navigator,PSP,ETEN at very cheap price with complete accessories,We are using this medium to look for bulk buyers and also individual one {1} pieces buyers, Do kindly sent us an email if you are intrested and as you do may GOD bless you.

    Contact email…..smithchristmastoreltd1@hotmail.com

    Nokia N93……………. $230usd
    Nokia N92……………. $200usd
    Nokia N91……………. $190usd
    Nokia N90……………. $150usd
    Nokia N72……………. $150usd
    Nokia N73……………. $160usd
    Nokia N80……………. $165usd
    Nokia N70……………. $160usd
    Nokia 8800…………….$220usd

    Sony Ericsson k790A…….$230usd
    Sony Ericsson p990……. $200usd
    Sony Ericsson w900……. $180usd
    Sony Ericsson j100……. $240usd
    Sony Ericsson p900……. $150usd
    Sony Ericsson p910……..$180usd
    Sony Ericsson s700i…… $150usd
    Sony Ericsson s750i…… $180usd
    Sony Ericsson W800i…… $180usd

    Motorola E398………….$140usd
    Motorola RAZR V3……….$100usd
    Motorola V3x…………..$130usd
    Motorola V3i D&G……….$150usd
    Motorola V3i…………..$180usd
    Motorola A600………….$130usd
    Motorola A630………….$120usd

    Samsung SGH-e910……….. $200usd
    Samsung D870…………… $200usd
    Samsung SGH-Z510……….. $180usd
    Samsung p850…………… $200usd
    Samsung d700…………… $160usd
    Samsung d600…………… $140usd
    Samsung d500…………… $120usd
    Samsung Q1…………….. $400USD
    Samsung e600…………… $180usd

    The Treo 700w……………$220usd
    The Treo 650…………….$170usd
    The Treo 700p……………$230usd

    I-MATE K-JAM…………….$270usd
    i-MATE JASJAR……………$200usd
    BlackBerry 8700r…………$200usd
    Blackberry 8700c…………$200usd
    Blackberry 8700g…………$210usd

    ETEN
    ETEN G500……………….$200usd
    Eten M500……………….$180usd
    ETEN M600……………….$200usd

    T-Mobile sidekick 3………………$150usd
    Sidekick 2 (II)………………….$110usd

    Ipod video 60GB………………….$140usd
    Ipod video 30GB………………….$110usd
    Apple Ipod Nano 4GB………………$90usd
    Apple Ipod Nano 2GB………………$75usd

    Playstation 2……………………$140usd
    Playstation 3……………………$180usd
    Psp (play station)……………….$145usd

    Contact email…. smithcristmastoreltd1@hotmail.com

    Sony ericcson p990 for $150usd
    Sony ericsson w900 for $150usd
    Sony ericsson w600 for $135usd
    Sony ericsson p910i for $100usd
    Sony ericsson p900 for $150usd
    sony ericsson v600i for $120usd
    Sony ericssson w800i for $150usd
    Sony ericssson k700i for $100usd
    Sony ericcson k500i for $100usd
    Sony ericsson w850 for $180
    Sony ericsson j220 for $250
    Sony ericsson j230 for $200
    Sony ericsson p800 for $190
    Nokia 6610i for $80usd
    Nokia 7270 for $130usd
    Nokia 7710 for $160usd
    Nokia 6670 for $110usd
    Nokia 3230 for $120usd
    Nokia 8800 for $160usd
    Nokia 9300 for 4180usd
    Nokia 9500 for $180usd
    Nokia n83 for $240 usd
    Nokia n93 for $250 usd
    Nokia n73 for $240usd
    Nokia n92 for $200usd
    Nokia n80 for $180usd
    Nokia n71 for $180usd
    Nokia n91 for $190usd
    Nokia n90 for $180usd
    Nokia n70 for $170
    Nokia 6265i for $220
    Nokia 6101 for $190
    Nokia 6060 $200
    Nokia 6270 for $200
    Nokia neo for $250
    Nokia 6230i for $150
    Nokia 6630 for $120usd
    Nokia 6680 for $150usd
    Nokia 7610 for $120usd
    Nokia 7290 for $180usd
    Nokia 3250 for $200usd
    Nokia 7380 for $280usd
    Nokia 7370 for $260usd
    Nokia 7360 for $250usd
    Nokia 6102 for $200usd
    Nokia e70 for $280usd
    Nokia e61 for $260usd
    Nokia 3250 for $250usd
    Nokia 6280 for $220usd
    Nokia 6270 for $200usd
    Nokia 6600 for $100usd
    Samsung serene for $250usd
    Samsung x810 for $200usd
    S amsung z700 for $260usd
    Samsung p860 for $260usd
    Samsung p850 for $220usd
    Samsung d500 for $150usd
    Samsung d600 for $170usd
    Samsung scgh i3000 $150usd
    Samsung e800 $100usd
    Sagem my-x8 20usd for $130usd
    Motorola v8 for $180usd
    Motorola v600 for $90usd
    Motorola v3 for $150usd
    Motorola rokr e1 for $160usd
    Motorola v3x for $180usd
    Motorola slvr l7 for $180usd
    Motorola q for $250usd
    i-mate jas jar for $150usd
    i-mate jam for $200usd
    i-mate k jam for $250usd
    Sick kick for $130usd
    Side kick 2 for $150usd
    Side kick 3 for $170usd
    Nextel 1930 for $130usd
    Nextel 1860 for $112usd
    Nextel 1870 for $140usd
    Pamtero 600 for $145usd
    Pamtero 650 for $170usd
    Treo 650 for $140usd
    Treo 700 for $200usd
    Eten m600 for $240
    Eten m 500 for $140usd
    Dvx-pod for $40usd
    Ipod video 30GB $130USD
    Ipod video 60GB. $190USD
    Ipod video 30GB $130USD
    Ipod video 60GB $190USD
    Apple iPod nano Media Player 2GB — $100
    Apple iPod nano Media Player 4GB — $130
    Apple iPod nano Media Player 6GB — $190

    you can reach us at smithcristmastoreltd1@hotmail.com

  66. kelly smith says:

    Mobile Phones For Discount Sales
    kelly smith(Regional Sales rep)
    Cell Link Inc.
    4 Dragon road
    harrogate,yorkshire uk
    Hotline number: +44 7031920704
    E-mail:suremobile1@yahoo.com

    We are Electronics Distributors.We deals on all brands and models of

    mobile phones such as Nokia,Imate,Smartphones,Qtek,

    Motorola,Samsung,Sony Ericsson,Sagem, Nextel,Sidekick III,Apple Ipods,

    Laptops, Mp3 players and many more at very cheap prices.We are using

    this medium to look for buyers of mobile phones.
    Qtek:
    Qtek 8500–$130
    Qtek S200–$180
    Qtek 9000–$250
    Qtek 8310–$200
    Qtek 8300–$185
    Qtek 9100–$270
    Qtek 8100–$150
    Qtek S110–$175
    Qtek S100–$190
    Qtek 9090–$200
    Qtek 8020–$190
    Qtek 8010–$140
    Qtek 2020i-$220
    Qtek 2020–$200
    Qtek 1010–$140

    APPLE IPOD NANO PRICE LIST:
    Apple 2 GB iPod Nano–$50
    Apple 4 GB iPod Nano–$60
    Apple 30 GB iPod Video–$110
    Apple 60 GB iPod Video–$150
    Apple 40 GB iPod photo–$40
    Apple 60 GB iPod photo–$55
    Apple 30 GB iPod Photo M9829LL/A–$50
    Apple iPod nano Media Player 2GB–$100
    Apple iPod nano Media Player 4GB–$150
    Apple iPod nano Media Player 6GB–$200
    Apple 60 GB iPod Photo M9830LL/A–$60
    Apple 4 GB iPod Mini Blue M9436LL/A–$45
    Apple 4 GB iPod Mini Pink M9435LL/A–$40
    Apple 512 MB iPod Shuffle MP3 Player–$40
    Apple 4 GB iPod Mini Silver M9160LL/A-$40

    I-MATE:
    Treo 700–$200
    Treo 600–$150
    Treo 650–$160
    I-MATE SP5– $150
    I-MATE SP5m–$155
    I-MATE SP4m–$120
    I-MATE JAM– $160
    I-MATE PDA2–$190
    I-MATE SP3i–$130
    I-MATE SP3– $135
    I-MATE PDA2k-$168
    I-MATE JAMin–$240
    I-MATE JASJAR-$280
    I-MATE K-JAM–$180
    I-MATE Pocket PC–$140
    I-MATE JAM Black–$150
    I-MATE Smartflip–$140
    I-MATE Smartphone2–$110
    I-MATE Smartphone– $115

    LAPTOPS/DESKTOP COMPUTER:
    Toshiba M200–$500
    Toshiba R100–$450
    Toshiba M100–$680
    Toshiba M300–$740
    Dell Latitude D600–$290
    Dell Latitude D500–$200
    Dell Inspiron 6000–$350
    Dell Latitude D505–$340
    Dell Latitude D610–$460
    Dell Latitude D510–$320
    Dell Inspiron 9300–$530
    Toshiba Qosmio E10–$650
    Toshiba Qosmio F20–$500
    Toshiba Portege A200–$320
    Toshiba Satellite L10-$330
    Toshiba Satellite PRO L10–$320
    Toshiba Satellite PRO L20–$250
    SONY VAIO LAPTOP– VGN-A117S–$400
    SONY VAIO A417M 80GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP–$450
    SONY VAIO A215Z 60GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP–$2450
    SONY VAIO A397XP– 80GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP-$300
    SONY VAIO B100B08 60GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP–$250
    SONY VAIO B100B08 60GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP–$400
    SONY VAIO FS295VP 80GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP–$350
    SONY VAIO FS215Z 100GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP–$350
    SONY VAIO T370P/L– 60GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP–$200
    SONY VAIO B1VP– 40GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP PRO–$200
    SONY VAIO A217S– 100GB– 512MB RAM– XP HOME–$300
    SONY VAIO B1VP– 40GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP PRO–$330
    SONY VAIO T370P/L– 60GB HD– 512MB RAM– XP PRO–$400

    MOTOROLA:
    MOTOROLA C332–$35
    MOTOROLA V66– $69
    MOTOROLA v66i–$79
    MOTOROLA T720–$80
    MOTOROLA V60i–$79
    MOTOROLA T720–$79
    MOTOROLA V300–$100
    MOTOROLA V400–$115
    MOTOROLA V661–$145
    MOTOROLA C330– $59
    MOTOROLA V51– $79
    MOTOROLA V50– $79
    MOTOROLA V70– $79
    MOTOROLA V60– $79
    MOTOROLA C331–$35
    MOTOROLA V600–$120
    MOTOROLA V3 RAZ– $160
    MOTOROLA MPX 300–$180
    MOTOROLA MPX 220–$120
    MOTOROLA MPX 300–$160
    MOTOROLA Talkabout192–$59
    MOTOROLA Accompli 008–$79
    MOTOROLA Timeport 280–$79
    MOTOROLA Talkabout 191-$19

    NOKIA:
    Nokia N70– $140
    NOKIA N80– $180
    NOKIA N90– $200
    NOKIA N91– $220
    NOKIA N92– $245
    NOKIA N93– $270
    NOKIA 5100–$110
    NOKIA 5125–$55
    NOKIA 5165–$55
    NOKIA 5210–$130
    NOKIA 5510–$110
    NOKIA 6090–$150
    NOKIA 6100–$100
    NOKIA 6600–$200
    NOKIA 6210–$80
    NOKIA 7380– $150
    NOKIA 7280– $143
    NOKIA 3230– $120
    NOKIA 3310– $35
    NOKIA 3330– $70
    NOKIA 3360– $75
    NOKIA 7270– $220
    NOKIA 7280– $250
    NOKIA 8310– $100
    NOKIA 8390– $95
    NOKIA 7600– $170
    NOKIA 3530– $150
    NOKIA 3560– $100
    NOKIA 3650– $140
    NOKIA 6230i–$160
    NOKIA 6250– $110
    NOKIA 6500– $90
    NOKIA 6510– $125
    NOKIA 6590– $75
    NOKIA 6310– $110
    NOKIA 6310i–$100
    NOKIA 8910– $100
    NOKIA 8850– $105
    NOKIA 8910– $110
    NOKIA 9210– $110
    NOKIA 9210i–$110
    NOKIA 8910i–$150
    NOKIA 9500– $195
    NOKIA 9300– $160
    NOKIA 3410– $59
    NOKIA 3510– $69
    NOKIA 3510i–$89
    NOKIA 6610– $100
    NOKIA 6800– $110
    NOKIA 7110– $100
    NOKIA 7210– $120
    NOKIA 7250– $160
    NOKIA 7260– $180
    NOKIA 7650– $120

    NEXTEL:
    NEXTEL i60c — $50
    NEXTEL i90c — $95
    NEXTEL i95cl– $130
    NEXTEL i30sx– $55
    NEXTEL i88s — $70
    NEXTEL i35s — $30
    NEXTEL i58sr– $75
    NEXTEL i2000– $60
    NEXTEL i830 — $120
    NEXTEL i860 — $130
    NEXTEL i930 — $110
    NEXTEL 1930 — $120
    NEXTEL i870 — $140
    NEXTEL i450 — $90
    NEXTEL 1860 — $110

    02 PHONES:
    O2 X2i–$120
    02 X4– $130
    02 X3– $120
    02 x7– $140
    02 xDA Exec–$280
    02 XDA Atom–$260
    02 XDA NEO– $265
    02 XDA IIi– $180
    02 XDA IIs– $185
    02 XDA mini S– $270
    02 XDA II mini–$200

    SAMSUNG:
    SAMSUNG S105–$50
    SAMSUNG V205–$65
    SAMSUNG D500–$160
    SAMSUNG D415–$120
    SAMSUNG SGH-T400– $89
    SAMSUNG SGH-S300– $79
    SAMSUNG SGH-A500– $150
    SAMSUNG SGH-V200– $110
    SAMSUNG SGH-A300– $79
    SAMSUNG SGH-R210– $69
    SAMSUNG SGH-N100– $89
    SAMSUNG SGH-N400– $89
    SAMSUNG SGH-T100– $69
    SAMSUNG SGH-A400– $69
    SAMSUNG SGH-S100– $69
    SAMSUNG SGH D720– $170
    SAMSUNG SGH-T200– $110
    SAMSUNG SGH-R225– $95
    SAMSUNG SGH-T500– $100
    SAMSUNG SGH-S307– $110
    SAMSUNG SGH-N620– $59
    SAMSUNG SGH-A800– $69
    SAMSUNG SGH-A200– $69
    SAMSUNG SCH i830– $220
    SAMSUNG MM-1940 — $190

    SONY ERICSSON:
    SONY CMD-MZ5–$139
    SONY CMD-J7– $100
    SONY CMD-J6– $100
    SONY CMD-J5– $69
    SONY CMD-Z7– $79
    SONY CMD-Z5– $89
    SONY ERICSSON T300– $100
    SONY ERICSSON T310– $69
    SONY ERICSSON T39m– $79
    SONY ERICSSON T66– $79
    SONY ERICSSON T65– $100
    SONY ERICSSON R520m–$89
    SONY ERICSSON R380s–$69
    SONY ERICSSON T68m– $79
    SONY ERICSSON T610– $109
    SONY ERICSSON T200– $49
    SONY ERICSSON T100– $39
    SONY ERICSSON R600– $59
    SONY ERICSSON T20e– $59
    SONY ERICSSON T20s– $69
    SONY ERICSSON T28s– $79
    SONY ERICSSON T28 — $79
    SONY ERICSSON T29s– $100
    SONY ERICSSON T600– $100
    SONY ERICSSON P800– $180
    SONY ERICSSON P900—$200
    SONY ERICSSON P980i–$200
    SONY ERICSSON P990– $210
    SONY ERICSSON W800i–$140
    SONY ERICSSON W900i–$220
    SONY ERICSSON S700i–$125
    SONY ERICSSON T306 850–$75
    SONY ERICSSON R380 World–$89
    SONY ERICSSON T68i TIRBAND–$95
    SONY ERICSSON T616 850/1900–$180

    SIEMENS:
    SIEMENS SL56–$100
    SIEMENS C45– $39
    SIEMENS C45– $39
    SIEMENS C55– $49
    SIEMENS M35i–$59
    SIEMENS M50– $49
    SIEMENS S45i–$79
    SIEMENS S40– $89
    SIEMENS SL42–$89
    SIEMENS ME45–$79
    SIEMENS SL45–$69
    SIEMENS S55– $69
    SIEMENS SL45i-$69

    PANASONIC:
    PANASONIC GD93– $69
    PANASONIC GD75– $79
    PANASONIC GD55– $79
    PANASONIC GD95– $79
    PANASONIC GD35– $39
    PANASONIC GD52– $49
    PANASONIC GD67– $49
    PANASONIC GD92– $69
    PANASONIC GD90– $69
    PANASONIC GD87– $80
    PANASONIC GU-87–$100
    PANASONIC G-51– –$130

    PLASTATIONS:
    GARMIN 396–$150
    Playstation 1–$120
    Playstation 2–$130
    Sony PSP Value Pack–$95

    SIDEKICK:
    SIDEKICK III– $120
    SIDEKICK II — $100
    JUICY COUTURE SIDEKICK II– $130
    SIDEKICK II MISTER CARTOON–$130

    XBOX GAMES:
    Xbox 360 Core System — $163
    Xbox 360 Prenium pack –$190
    Xbox 360 Platinum Bundle Console — $155
    Intec G8600 Xbox 360 9.2 TFT Screen–$85

    PLASMA TV:
    Pioneer PDP-42A3HD––$700
    Pioneer PDP-5060HD––$900
    Pioneer PDP-4360HD––$850
    NEC 42XM3 Plasma TV–$700
    NEC 42XR3 Plasma TV–$700
    NEC 50XM4 Plasma TV–$800
    NEC 50XR4 Plasma TV–$850
    NEC 61XM3 Plasma TV–$750
    NEC 61XR3 Plasma TV–$800
    NEC 84VP4 Plasma TV–$750
    Panasonic TH-42PX50U–$800
    Philips 50PF9830A/37–$900
    Panasonic TH-42PD50U–$700
    Panasonic TH-50PX50U–$700
    Panasonic TH-42PWD8UK–$700
    Panasonic TH-42PHD8UK–$750
    Panasonic TH-50PHD8UK-$800
    Sony FWD-42PV1 Plasma TV-$1000
    Sony KE-42M1 Plasma TV– $1000
    Sony PFM-42X1 Plasma TV–$900
    Sony KDE-42XS955 Plasma TV-$800
    Toshiba 42DPC85 Plasma TV–$700
    Toshiba 42HPX95 Plasma TV–$980
    Toshiba 50HP95 Plasma TV –$950
    Toshiba 50HPX95 Plasma TV–$600
    Sony FWD-50PX1 Plasma TV –$800
    Sony KDE-50XS955 Plasma TV-$750
    Samsung HP-R4252 Plasma TV-$400
    Samsung HP-R5052 Plasma TV-$800
    Samsung HP-P5581 Plasma TV-$1000
    Pioneer PDP-424MV Plasma TV–$800
    Pioneer PDP-42A3HD Plasma TV-$900
    Pioneer PDP-434CMX Plasma TV-$900
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    Pioneer PDP-4360HD Plasma TV-$700
    Pioneer PDP-504CMX Plasma TV-$700
    Pioneer PDP-505CMX Plasma TV-$720
    Pioneer PDP-5060HD Plasma TV-$650
    Pioneer PDP-614MX Plasma TV–$700
    Samsung HP-R6372 63-Inch Plasma Television–$1000
    Sony KDE-55XBR950 55 Inch HDTV WEGA Plasma TV–$1000

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