Are stocks in for a sea change?
Bond yields will begin to rise as the economy improves, destroying bond values and ushering in a nasty bear market.
As I write this, stocks are up 187% from the depths of the crisis-panicked stock market of March 2009, and this year stocks are already up 24%.
It’s been a banner year except for those holding bonds. The 30-year Treasury, by contrast, is down 11% from January 2013.
His money flood helped save our financial system.
Sure. The Wall Street "capitalists" who are really lazy, welfare, freeloading leeches, have become 4 times richer since 2008 because of his hand-outs, and 50% of the middle class American people are still stupid to keep believing in capitalism. Capitalism has destroyed the middle class, and America in general, and these stupid middle class "capitalists" deserve they get,.. layoffs, outsourcing,etc.
Socialism is the way out for the middle class.
You cannot have Capitalism, and your job at the same time. Choose.
If you say you are a capitalist, and you lose your job, then you should be happy, since losing your job is part of capitalism.
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