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  • questioncnbc questioncnbc Oct 14, 2013 6:11 PM Flag

    CNBC's Kayla Taushe

    What a stupid B. ch. Says that a lot of lower income people missing out on the stock market and keeping a lot of cash on the sidelines, they don;t have the cushion of the rich.

    Uhh...this woman is seriously talking business?

    Yea right, the lower income people just can;t wait to gamble their discretionary income on the casino. C'mon.

    Secondly, two thirds of Americans have 10,000 or less to their name. They are going to look to invest haha.

    Braindead...most of these clowns on cnbc. Completely braindead.


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    • spartacusad Oct 15, 2013 8:16 AM Flag

      Shut up....

    • The vast majority of lower income people are living week to week and pay check to pay check. Thinking about putting money in the market is the last thing they would even consider. The majority of middle income households don't even have money to put in the market these days.

      • 1 Reply to frog3648
      • exactly. People are living. Sure, they will buy things they want with whatever discretionary income they have as is human nature.

        But CNBC constantly pretending middle america or America in general watches the market and cares anymore is just laughable. "Money waiting on the sidelines".....just complete horse$$$$.

        Just constant gambling mentality. 48% of America is on the government dole in some way and the other 17% are barely making it through the week.

        These idiots just don;t get it, which is why nobody watches them and their ratings are in the toilet. They keep hiring and reporting stupidity.


    • Also, this horse%%%% about money on the sidelines. They have been saying this forever as if it means anything. A business is wroth only so much, just like houses were. Money on the sidelines means nothing you stupid Als'.


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