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The only thing Obama has had to do with this market is the fact that the Fed keeps pumping money into the market. And, the verdict is still out in regard to the final pout come of this strategy.
The comments from liberals regarding "Tea Party" is a joke. Your man Obama and the rest of the liberals have ruined our country with the BS social issues (Gay marriages, fake woman rights that have been worked on for years prior to idiot coming into office, etc., etc.) This guy has only worked on social and or fake issues vs. real presidential issues that he should be concerned with.
Can't wait for him and hopefully the rest of the dumb liberals to leave office.
"And the economy actually contracted in the first quarter -- for the first time in three years -- but economists say an unusually harsh winter could be to blame."
Yes....yes...that's gotta be it. The 'weather.' It just COULDN'T be a permanent and pervasive phase of compressive contraction. Nope, nope.....we'll just print some more toilet paper money (then hand to it our bought and paid for allies so they can use it to buy worthless US Treasuries and make everything APPEAR OK).
WHICH MEANS IT HAS NO TIME LEFT TO BE GOOD FOR IT'S PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Clint Eastwood's One Sentence Editorial --
"We Americans are so tired of being thought of as ****es by the rest of the world that we went to the polls this past November and removed all doubt."
When the media keeps telling me "All in!!! The water is fine!!!!" I suspect the media outlet is bought and paid for by "big money".
Then I start thinking that they need me in because the Dollar is in trouble as the 'world reserve currency', the economy is in a downward spiraling free-fall, the market is reaching new highs by pumping fake money that is hot off the presses, and that when this house of cards comes tumbling down they need my assets where they can be devalued(stolen).
Of course I could be paranoid. But even so, that doesn't mean that they are not out to get me...
Bipartisanship is killing America not liberal or conservative thinking. One day we will all figure it out and things will get done. Unfortunately it will take some type of disaster before the government officials we pay will decide to come up with solutions that work for America.
My list is vastly superior to any other. If you don't believe me check out these stocks, the first group being oil and gas. Look at their performance over many years.. I have positions in the first group and second up to the xxxxx and more than triple market performance.
REX REI TPL TK FTK LNG EQT BXE SLCA OILT PXD TRGP OEXFF SXL ETE EOG HP MMP ERX EXH WLB EMES GPOR EQM FANG HIL PVA CPE PTEN CWEI CRZO XEC MPLX SMLP MTDR GLOG GASL VTNR AAV AXAS SUSP PSXP NOA PHX HCLP NRG PES NGLS CLR SGY NFX CRK DIG HAL CXO OKE ERF BHI
RAD CAR FNHC UIHC GBX TRN WLDN RGEN ARRS CBPO SPCB AMKR AXDX xxxxx MU LUV SNDK PNDZY ALK DAL GMK HHC URI WLK AER SAIA THRM PPC SANM ESCA ACT BBW LDL TQNT MTOR LYV ECOL AVGO PCRX NXPI AAL IDTI SOHO SOXL TECL IBA CKEC UHAL MGA TOWR PMC GRFS GPK ARCB WAG RES FCH GFN
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All ten sectors began the day in the red with energy (-1.1%), health care (-0.9%), industrials (-0.8%), and consumer discretionary (-0.8%) showing noteworthy losses. Meanwhile, the financial sector is the top performer, but the second-largest group is still down ... More
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