5 critical threats to the bull market
Is it time to jump off the bandwagon, or keep riding this surge to new records?
would you like a few trillion more reasons?
spend a dollar a second and it takes 11.5 days to spend a million.
spend a dollar a second and it takes 37.5 YEARS to spend a trillion.
fed printed money since 2009 = approx. 3 trillion
added national debt since 2009 = approx. 7 trillion
non-US central banks printed money = approx. 13 trillion
increase in unfunded US entitlements and US consumer debt = you don't want to know
what happens when it all hits the fan and the one percent walk away with more billions of loot? = you really, really don't want to know
First... wiser minds would have challenged Bernanke's crusader remarks about doing anything it takes to jumpstart the economy. Essentially, arresting him, shutting down the Fed and calling all the fiat fake and retrieving it from banks-- would actually jumpstart the economy by compromising corruption and rampant psychopathy. We are worse hanging in the lurch than crashed and rebuilding from scratch. A tower denotes power. Fiat funding builds power towers. Who can remotely deny that now? It should be evident that when a massive percent of the able and capable population no longer looks for work- that the sub-economy grows and the primary economy blows. I think one of the main tinders right now has to be Congress. Fully inept and unable to remotely recognize the incredible security threat that finance and Wall Street are today, is a mistake of epic proportions. Being at odds with the President is nature, but stonewalling America into a corner forces a rabid People to dismantle bureaucracy as it has done many times before. Wealth can't hire an army if the families of the soldiers are storming the towers and mercenaries are busy just trying to not be trampled to the ground by uncorked anger originally compressed into the bottle by making too much fiat money and infusing it solely into the heart of what is corrupt. What Wall Street fears is a monster of their own making and the fact that slaying it is suicide while delaying it is a one way ticket to pain and horror well-beyond their greedy little imaginations.
Here, let me say it again... where do you go once you've screwed the whole world? You don't. You pay. Crime doesn't pay.
VL: I have a number of great blue cheap stocks that pay great dividends.Yes, I have
an exit plan if we get Republican President and the market tanks.
Most people are lousy investors.If they were good, they would be thrilled about the market
since it`s up over 100% in 4 years.If you`re not happy about doubling your money in that
short period of time nobody can help you.
Ben Bernanke is competing with Alan Greenspan for the "most clueless" contest.
We will never have an actual recovery on main street, until we get the fed "out of the way" and let market conditions dictate interest rates and the economy.
When people earn a reasonable rate of interest on their CD's, then and only then will they have the income and confidence to spend.
If you put Bernanke's brain in a bird, it would fly backwards.
Obama is a jacklazz and I'm sure he is spending his days trying to figure out how to blame Bush again for his and his parties failings.
ACTIVE RIA:If the money wasn`t spent we`ld be in a depression.Who wants that? Well,
Republicans do, so they can blame Obama.
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The tame wage and inflation numbers will take some pressure off Janet Yellen and her colleagues.
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