The market’s latest high
More new records and extended rallies on Wednesday. Is this a tide lifting all boats, or should investors be worried?
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The Printing continues... 85B a month... Growth slows, Jobs shrink, Paychecks SHRINK... And our Imbecile '57 States' gives GM Taxpayer money to build a plant in China and hire the Chinese! What does the UAW have to say about that?
How much more Obamanomics can the middle class stand?
Question is how high can this "rally" go? It seems to be shrugging off all bad news (probably cause that means more stimulus). Could this go to 16,000 or as high as 20,000???? The BoK just cut rates, everyone is jumping on the carosel and it is going faster and faster.
Some of these Countries ONLY ALLOW more sales within their borders, if they are built THERE.
We kind of STARTED that type of PROTECTIONSM....
And in reality, I don't think there are NET job LOSSES, because of it...
And helps make the Company stronger and more secure at home in the U.S.
For workers and shareholders.
Profits are profits, Earnings are earnings.
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As the market wades through what many people hope is a sixth bull year, some have grown nervous about how long the run can go.
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