In developed economies, I agree...and they will export inflation with carry-trades. I can see ROW raising rates to fight inflation. The things you can get away with a reserve currency.
They’re obsessed with jump-starting the economy when deflation in an aging and tech-oriented economy is just as good (less job openings matching less job demand).
Notice you never read or wrote anything like this in 2008 during the bank bailout. “If you're smart enough and work hard enough whatever you accumulate is yours and yours alone”…unless you accumulate losses, losses we socialize…in order to "level the playing field".
My guess is that psyco Dictators are getting better at these things...they used to be generals, now they're economist.
"Malaparte, author of “The Technique of the Coup d'État,” as saying that the coup d'état is nothing more than a “recourse to power when there is a risk of losing power.”The author says that, in 1968, 62 percent of Latin America, Africa, the Middle East and Southwest Asia were governed by military dictatorships. He also says that a study of 25 countries between 1902 and the 2002 coup against Venezuela's constitutional president, Hugo Chávez Frías, revealed that “327 coups d'état took place, counting those that stabilized as dictatorships for months or years"
I'm back in another real time trade at $5.14. I keep getting the "error message" in this Yahoo message board. I hope I can keep posting here.
How could they? it was Morgan Stanley who made the right call of a TLT rally. Back on April Bloomberg "There is an interesting development in the U.S. Treasury market, where two of Wall Street's biggest institutions are calling for the market to move in opposing directions. Goldman Sachs Group Inc. said Treasuries are set to weaken as the Fed is poised to raise rates while Morgan Stanley forecasts a rally."
Marissa must have been cutting maintenance costs to get better bids today, because I’m getting this “Error while retrieving the data (Error Code: MBHo_500_2MBBa_INVALID_STATUS)” constantly. I barely made it here if not for a link posted in “Conversations” in the SPY new format board. I still don’t understand the hearts, I feel I’m poking a college chick.
Mindboggling the weight we give to GDP vs. the “Debt/GDP”. For example, in UK, last time a woman was in charge, debt/GDP was half and unemployment was double vs. today.
Nope. But, I'll rather spend an hour at Church than an hour with so called Atheist who align themselves with feng shui, follow Deepak Chopra’s interpretation of quantum theory, and sleep under red blankets to embrace “energies”, their bending logic is so annoying that if I find myself among them, I tell them I’m Christian, Catholic or whatever illumination comes to my mind (not moozie, thou).
not enough, there're enablers who don't believe in Sharia yet they silently respect those who believe. Deport those who can't wear a Charlie Hebdo T-shirt.
“the reality that big money is trying to protect itself from a hyper deflationary wipe out in other assets-commodities-real estate-stocks-etc-etc.”
Why do you include commodities? Glencore’s BK threat and Baltic Dry Historic Lows weeks ago, gave big money their taste of hyper deflationary wipe out. Isn’t OIL in deflationary mode?
"termite" why the name calling? why the insult? are you a very religious person? feel free to copy paste a study with opposite conclusions.
btw. there's a new yahoo message board with conversations you may like it there.
As long as Temer protects crown jewels VALE, ITUB, PBR from populism, dollars will keep coming into Brazilian $reals and VALE would be able to fix its balance sheet paying debt with cheap dollars (if commodities keep it's rising trend of course).
Bloomberg "Investors are betting Acting President Michel Temer will be able to pull the South American country out of its worst recession in a century, while Portugal’s outlook has worsened amid concern growth in Europe will slow. "The local interim government seems to be headed in the right direction," said Alvaro Bandeira, the chief economist at brokerage Modalmais in Rio de Janeiro."
That explains less earnings for priest in the punishing-god-Catholic than for priest in the forgiving-God Baptist.
btw. did you know there're more bullies among religious kids?
"“Children from religious families are less kind and more punitive than those from non-religious households, according to a new study.
Academics from seven universities across the world studied Christian, Muslim and non-religious children to test the relationship between religion and morality.
They found that religious belief is a negative influence on children’s altruism.
“Overall, our findings ... contradict the commonsense and popular assumption that children from religious households are more altruistic and kind towards others,” said the authors of The Negative Association Between Religiousness and Children’s Altruism Across the World, published this week in Current Biology.
“More generally, they call into question whether religion is vital for moral development, supporting the idea that secularisation of moral discourse will not reduce human kindness – in fact, it will do just the opposite.” The Guardian.
Good luck man. I agree this is a healthy level to take profits ( I posted here when I took profits at around $140 and moved my money to VALE at $4.4). Hope you keep posting the Chinese and Saudi Arabia bids on our US Treasuries. Btw, wouldn't you plan a cash out strategy from your real estate? after all at some point within this decade, we should enter a hiking rate cycle. ha.