most times I short, today I see it SPY is up 1% and I say "Why?" Why do people overpay? Then I realize that it is the sheeple 401k plans and pension funds doing this, and companies borrowing money for buybacks
Earthquakes, floods, etc. are no match for long term corruption
If Brits were serious, they would advertise the liberals who are bringing in these invaders and make the invaders stay-with-and-pay-for the invaders
All the stocks are overpriced, cash will be king again, then gold and silver, then finally food and shelter when social security beggars will be happy to have an undented can of beans and a place to stay warm
Who knows? Maybe Brits will say "I don't want a terrorist killing me or my family. Let's leave"
Just because you cannot imagine it happening, look at the USA with Trump.
It could happen.
Just try to get your 401k moved. A month or so later, they still give me problems, and it is still not moved.
And everyone is overpaying, last one out gets nothing.
People, think, why are you gambling? Do you need the money so bad? Yes!!! It makes us happy!
But someone loses and someone wins. All I know is that people are overpaying for #$%$.
You just don't know how bad it is out in the real world, not even in your own city or state, much less your country. Many people will need to work for the rest of their lives, and social security will guarantee a can of beans and pasta and rice, like they gave to third world countries. Just don't fool yourself, you are and will do better because you have money. But $20 Trillion will come due, and there will be inflation, and riots in the streets worse than in Venezuela or any other once-successful-but-corrupt-country
Please think, AAPL MSFT Amazon is that all the USA is relying on?
I think so, since we produce nothing except food, some cars, and print money.
Soon the alligator will jump up and bite
and people will say that no one put up any signs
to warn us
like the signs aren't obvious
It's not all paradise
Everyone is overpaying, and they think that they will make money.
The rich already bought at low prices and talked the rest into paying more.