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A simple solution would be to cut government and reduce the national debt. Get past the idea that raising taxes by a dollar and increasing spending by two dollars will end our problems. Stimulating an economy by spending what we don’t have only compounds the problem.
As the Fed prints more money the title sums it up well." Stocks to pick this month" then hope you can make some money and short it and go back to metals or oil. Until this government can show they can and it never will we are past the tipping point, get its act together and pass legislation that helps out the American people if I can't physically touch it I aint buying it, metamorphically of course. I can touch metal and gas but not shares of a restaurant. 1 in 7 people are on foodstamps who is going out to eat at restaurants that don't accept food stamps cuz I aint heard of one yet. Democrat or Republican, I don't care. Practically every bridge in the country may collapse any day, why can't a jobs bill be passed to fix and upgrade infrastructure? We spend more on prisons than we do schools. What the ^%*&^* is up with that? Why are teachers,cops,firemen,paramedics, road crews and the like unemployed or understaffed when all it takes is congress to allocate the money to make it happen. They can fund the military to the tune of almost 1/3 of our entire budget and growing with no enemies to fight except in their national security minds. Yes, we got terrorist to hunt down but do we need 12 in service carriers and building more to do it? 5000 abram tanks to chase them down. The wounded Vets from Iraq ,which should have never happened, and Afghanistan which should have been over 10 years ago, have to depend on charities to get all the care they so much deserve.The poor guys and girls that joined the national guard just to help out here at home in disasters and make some money for school or just service to country got sucked up into these unrealistic rotations in and out of combat for wars that should have never happened or should have been over years ago.We have now spent a TRILLION $$$$ on these 2 wars and still going.Another 700 BILLION $$$$ to banks that just sat on the money and tightened credit and gambled our money away like a drunk with a broken watch and an ATM card at a Mohawk casino.
Geez where does it end?
Thank you, and I agree, I wish StockScouter would simply list the top 10 or 50 stocks, as mentioned by others, instead of how it is formatted. Even so, I rely on StockScouter and consider it's information, prior to selecting stocks.
How is it possible that a strong solid proven winner like COSTCO doesn't even make the list at all? Mark this point; positive hopefuls and pessimistic doomsayers alike save great money at a worldwide growing warehouse club, that doesn't even advertise! Their greatest competitors - each with aggressive and costly advertising, poor employee treatment, and negligent customer services - are merely drifting in the wake of Costco's' counterintuitive business plan which is akin to making more, by charging less. Not only are they big enough to get the better deal on goods, they religiously limit their profit and pass on any additional savings. Thus loyalty and word of mouth have truly made them a gigantic winner in american business, even to be seen as such worldwide. Make a fast buck on defense, or on pharmaceuticals, ore on metals, even web'nologies... but a stable serious dollar on a stable serious (with everything from coffee to coffins) company, who's' difference in game plan has always been successful, is a dollar destined to deliver on it's goods.
I'm not sure those making the decisions on how "news" and/or financial information is presented even understand the consequences of what they are doing. Video or slideshow is clearly the format of choice for marketing to "Tweenage" girls, and ALL content, no matter the intended audience is automatically converted to that format for presentation. Virtually every website is doing the same thing. Before the internet, we all had use print, or pay the high price for a private data feed if we could afford it. The day is not far away where anyone attempting to manage their own investments will have to go back to private data feed to do so.
Who did this money stimulate....not the middle class...the rich got alot richer and that's it...period....they don't have enough yet to rid out the oncoming depression that's going to hit the world economies due to the corruption of Wall St in the first place...the markets are a joke
what changed from 08 to now to justify the climb in the markets....WHAT....that should be your next headline instead of the **** you write about....Give 5 good reasons the markets are up over 100 % from 08.....Go ahead and make my day!
Do some real research before spewing your conservative agenda. Deficits are necessary for this economy. The following is an excerpt from Cullen Roche. Read up on Modern Monetary Theory to understand why you are wrong.
"There is one thing that is helping to destroy this great nation and that is the persistent fear mongering that is constantly peddled by people who are pushing a political agenda based on false perceptions of the US monetary system. This environment of perpetual fear is helping to scare the greatest entrepreneurs in the world from doing what they do best. In the meantime, the rest of the world is eating our lunch.
All of this fear mongering is misguided, but helping to do one thing well – cause the currency users to fear the economy they exist within. And therein lies the most interesting component of this entire debate. These misguided fears could be the very thing that threaten this country the most. It’s time for Americans to stop being scared by old rich white men selling books and newsletters". - Cullen Roche
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The major averages began the day on a lower note as nine of ten sectors saw losses of more than 0.5%.
The consumer staples sector was the lone exception as the group spent the entire day in positive territory thanks to the relative strength of Dow component Procter & Gamble (PG 81.89, +3.19). The second-largest staple stock advanced ... More
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