Traders fret over Federal Reserve disagreements
Markets responded to the release of the minutes of the December meeting of the Fed's Open Market Committee.
The moment the Fed decides it cannot print our way to prosperity, the market will tank big time.
Factoring out the 58% money printing the last 4 years means that the market huge rise is really all smoke and mirrors...
Of course we have the imbecile Obama continuing to try to Borrow and Spend our way out of debt...
And now he wants to Tax our way to prosperity. History has shown and most economists know that raising taxes is like slamming on the economic brakes. So now we will try to tax our way to riches...
Please tell us how fleecing the Taxpayers more will create demand? LOL Are democrats really this stupid?
Bernanke is an idiot. Oh did I fail to mention his IRA had doubled in the last 3 years? Raise rates and replace all of Congress with sensible, MATURE, logical, non elected,apolitical folks.
Give the savers (that Bernanke and his cadre of wealthy morons have tried to destroy) their just do and watch the toilet called the stock market die.
It's called justice.
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Stocks drift lower and bonds are hit as investors await the Fed. Prepare for higher volatility this week.
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