Wall Street starts getting nervous
Investors are heading into a weekend with big news potential but no trading opportunities.
Twitter has never made a profit in their history but as per usually, that won't stop nervous Wall Street from selling it as the next Miracle Cure. Selling it or anything else they can shove down our throats.
I thought MSN canned all original content. Can you let us know what is your current relationship w/ MSN Money?
He's one man. Me too. You can believe he is orchestrating some sort of sell-off as much as you can believe that my posts are destroying Wall Street. Let's try some facts-- there hasn't been an economy since pre-9/11. Ever since has been a rigged environment. Bush had the currency redesigned for the faster printing presses he bought, he created the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan based on the premise of WMDs that never materialized, he raised the Debt Ceiling more times than any other POTUS, he spent like a profligate fool and didn't pay any bills. He allowed T.A.R.P. but failed to hold banks accountable for getting compromised and failed to consider the national impact of bailing them with Gramm Leach Bliley fully exposing US to corruption. His closed-bid contracts to boobs, his oblivious attitude during the mass termination of more than 14 MILLION careers... 84% of which were household breadwinners and failure to recognize that the Tax Reform Act was hyper accelerating home values while Goldman Sachs' Mark to Market credit facilitation process exposed every municipality, pension fund and America's homes to extreme risk.
Today's stock markets are FIVE YEARS overdue for a massive correction. The Dow isn't worth the 7,000 it was in 2008. No publicly traded business platform in America is able to resort to enterprise and hire personnel at family-sustaining wages. The question HAS to be-- why not? The answer is- because the markets are FALSE and false markets are worthless. How does America resolve the budget impasse? It crashed the markets, let's trash administrative platforms crumble to nothing and lifts the COMPETENT not the glass ceiling, degrees, inheritors or False Elitists.
Day One: Market panics over thought of 1/5 of Federal Govt. not working
Day Two: Market isn't worried about minor shutdown of bloated entity.
Day Three: Market panics over partial shutdown. Whatever will we do?
Day Four: Market moves again, based solely on partial & irrelevant shutdown
Day Five&Six: Thanks be to God that the Markets close on the weekend. Politicians still try to panic the citizens with,'vote for me 'cause they are responsible for anything that is wrong or even seems wrong'.
Day Seven: God rested from having actually done something. Those who do nothing of value never have to rest.......
Active, been pulling some cash off the table for the bureau drawer...A little here, a little there.
Plus putting divs up like nuts for Winter..
Ice, even thinking about running off a couple hundred COP, to see if it drops over the next few weeks; Then go back in...
We would be doing much better, if not for Gold miners...
Gotta go, I'm tired.
"Do people riding this perverted wave give a damn when it crashes or do they just not care as long as their "pockets are fat"?????"
Once upon a time when Jim Jubak's articles were warmer and he interacted with his Comments posts, he wrote: Lessons from the Great Depression. I'd say it was his best. The comments came from all over the world and it was easy to see which were genuine. Absolutely the most illuminating read any of us could have. Very shortly, money won't be your highest level concern and grubbers won't matter. We have been ignorant enough to repeat history. God help us.
Maybe just someone drunk or bloated on juice....Make mine Apple..
I drink my "Apple a Day."
I still vote "greedy."
"All dem darkies is 'a moanin' 'cause 'de masser's in 'de grabe.
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