Ask an expert: Is the market about to crash?
MSN Money Columnist Anthony Mirhaydari looks at the mixed signals coming from the stock market, jobs numbers, and central bank easing and wonders if we are sitting atop another bubble.
That's all our Dear Leader can do , print money.
Solutions = ZERO
Ideas (Other than sharing my wealth) = ZERO
Our economy = ZERO
I've only been saying that for 2 years.
These people (MSN) have been pimping the market for years and now , well now, the markets down 250 points in 2 days , NOW we want to buy on fundamentals !!!
Which fundamental do you want to speak of ?
The great growth ?
Job numbers ?
Oh fundamentals , where o where have you gone ?
1.2% is a market crash, wow, I thought it was supposed to be 20% minimum
QE1,2 and now QE3 Fed floating this wet dream and when they finally quit propping it up it will fall like a brick...to much cheap money and Wall Street and big banks are just sitting on their profits. No one wil invest in this economy or in this country no matter how much money you throw at them!
Interesting that the selloff began well before the bombs went off.
Oh there I go again. I'll just put on my foil hat and I'll be safe.
Oh the stock market going to suffer a tad here. Yeah the past few years the amrket has been like an ATM machine would the Fed keep replinishing the supply to the stock market ATM customers happy.
Perhaps they lost the key to the ATM and money being added is slowing so there will be less to withdraw!!!!!!!!!!!!
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