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  • wallysworld18 wallysworld18 Apr 21, 2013 9:20 PM Flag

    """""Everyone with SENSE selling tomorrow boys ! PARTYS OVER.....

     

    identical set-up to 1929

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    • Another brilliant call...............dummy !

    • Tomorrow will be the biggest rally this year. The "Yen Carry Trade" gamblers will squeeze every single short out of the market with not only Bernanke free money, but now with the TBTF banksters' G-20 endorsing Abe's free money bet, the TBTF banks have a double-barreled betting machine at their disposal. All the Dow stocks will rally very hard, since the EuroTBTF banks will jump straight into the US market via DIA and SPY with their borrowed Yen to ride the debauched but rising dollar. Valuation, like Debt, doesn't matter in the New Paradigm. 'Fed balance sheet' is as meaningless as the tooth fairy.

      • 1 Reply to jjjinglehimersmith
      • The US has been selling off its wealth to fund consumption and now Japan is going to do the same. Japan's net savings rate will fall sharply negative as their real interest rates become negative from their monetary policy.

        The wealth will end up being transferred mostly to Europe...

        It will be a slow process of impoverishment for the average American and Japanese citizen.

        At some point the USA will be unable to maintain its military, or especially the technologies of the future, and the responsibility will pass to Europe.

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        Anybody with any sense out of the US long ago...

        German real estate is the place to be.

 
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