It's really anybody's guess as to how the market's will perform in the coming days and weeks as we continue to invest in what I feel is an artificial marketplace. More purposefully defined through central bank involvement. Several months ago I wrote on the inherent dangers of quantitative easing and central bank involvement in the marketplace. The thesis of the article defines how the natural psychology of the marketplace becomes more artificially transformed through persistent central bank involvement to the point that markets simply serve to deconstruct over time sin that very same, constant involvement.
We discussed the dangers surrounding QE within the article which have been factually birthed in historical data and even recent reactions to QE disposition. Without revisiting the article at length, the thesis behind the need for QE is simple; who will buy our debt in the absence of central bankers? The central banks are now responsible for treasury purchases in excess of 70%. This is not only unsustainable, but more to the point, positions the marketplace in a state of artificial flux, also unsustainable. It's not a matter of dooms day scenarios, it's a matter of economics. Things have worked, will work an should always work for a viable reason...and vice versa.
Investing is pure psychology and we see clearly how fragile that psychology can be. With that said, tread cautiously and be vigilant for impending opportunities. Regardless of market direction, one can always make money. And....with that said, V8 has landed on a few Wal-Mart shelves and should be more broadly distribute nationwide in the coming weeks, been long enough now hasn't it? Good luck to all and be well!!
Always appreciate that kind of feedback. Sometimes I get lost in my surroundings of Miami and its flavor if you know what I mean. We use that terminology in this region a great deal, but your point is well taken. Thank you sincerely!
Just want to give credit to blueleon, who remembers everything you say, mentioned about this topic 18 hours ago: "On another note, I have to agree with Seth's whole QE report from a few months back. Look at the 10 year just with mere words from the Fed. Seth knows what he's talking about. QE in my opinion can't be entered and exited safely. It's the end-game."
The chances are SPECTACULARLY high IMO that it goes LOWER-with volatility mixed in as in triple digit UP days(days. to SHORT or sell stocks that SHOULD be sold).Mark this so you can tell me LATER I'm wrong.Like the other calls you know:)
The market could've had a V8! :) If this is actually true Seth, I MAY call the dogs off of soda management and social media. Lord knows I've been clamoring for V8 for too long. Stay thirsty my friends. :)