Algos are why some stats are fed to the public, and I'm still a math tard.
I know what I know, and know what I don't. As about as obvious as y'all can play it; I'm still unemployed. Now why would a fairly sharp gal like me be unemployed? If it's not me, than a Bigger Hand is grasping around...
I'm brushing up on skills and software; I do see many of you steaming and reeling, as i do.
I wasn't put on this planet to entertain you.
Realistically speaking, having a plan would be indicative of avoiding a catastrophe, or at least having a couple of scenarios mapped out.
It's very interesting how the Fed Speak, muttered from the lips of Mamma Yellen, never addressed the "What If," and how the Federal Reserve plans to cope with another unmitigated and unforeseen disaster in the financial markets.
More or less, all are functioning under the veil of central banks, and BS government issued reports on the state of their individual eCONomies. We have, according to gov issued reports, under 6 percent unemployment here in the USA. I'm from a family of five children, and three (3) of us are currently unemployed. Not one person has polled any of us to ask about our employment status, and none of us receive UI bennnies.
The stats are skewed..
If the lack of facts are as glaringly obvious to me in our own country, it doesn't take much imagination to know that the stats other countries report to the global scenario are equally skewed.
Yes. I didn't want to have to state the obvious. What is more worrisome is: If we are both correct, that means the SEC is sleeping double in a twin sized bed with the banks. No surprise, and not to you either.
to the 5k line. Will CNBC break out their party hats?
Never. A larger agenda is runnin' the whole show. Our President is only one of the ineffectual figureheads, same as Mamma Merkel, the ME Prince whose name has weed in it, and the British royals.
Graphic dramas could be very real, and I know it, as staged as they were; many folks are very dead.
Let's get back to my original statement about a larger agenda is runnin' the whole show.
Who might that be?
No Granny female wants anyone to view their bloomers.
And then there is the Hollywood phrase about: "Fake it til ya make it, Baby."
That does, and doesn',t apply to her. Faking anything at her age does tell you she is simply another actress, but with a guaranteed paycheck, unlike most who are aged out, and out of work.
Fantastic. I wondered where those who can't point a finger have been hiding; ah yes, even the biggest did, way back. "People forget," as The Who sang, in Eminence Front. It's a damn good thing that I don't.
"Apple restates earnings, clears Jobs in options probe...
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I found it interesting that she said something about still under 2% inflation.
She must not go to eateries, or shop for groceries, or want to rent a place, or buy a home, or a new car.
I buy groceries, and at the best price I can find. I went to Carl's Jr. about 2 weeks ago, for a Santa Fe Chicken Sandwich, which I usually enjoy. The piece of chicken was about half the size of the last one I'd purchased at a different location, about 2 months ago. $5 plus, and that was my last. I'll make better at home for that cost, or less.
So, inflation takes different forms, ways, and means. It is still in my wallet, no matter what Mamma Yellen states as facts.
We've already had the discussion about how the bird shapeshifts into the Black Swan. I have since my original post of 6 weeks ago or so, updated my description.
Small change retail like us receive maybe .001, which was maybe 4 cents interest on my account in 2014, if that. I remember the days when I'd have to pay a little tax, or at least declare interest, on my savings accounts. Can't recall the last time...And that's progress? And an eCONomy that is growing?
She's thin, and those arms appear as if she's lost another 10 lbs. Not even toned. YIKES!
I liked your Fans diatribe, altho it's difficult to follow.
How 'bout using the K.I.S.S. approach, and just bellow out a "BUY!" or "SELL!"?
He most likely hocked his socks to buy the silly apple watch. But shoes have RFID chips embedded, for better connectivity, of course. (eyeroll)
I was at the check stand at my local Ralph's the other evening, and the man in front of me was wearing what appeared to be an apple watch. I glanced at it, as he held his wrist to his mouth and began speaking, so I suppose it's also a phone? If I need a watch, I'll buy a wind it yourself Timex. There's no way he could tell by the dots on his watch, the time of day, at the point in time I glanced at it. I wasn't impressed.
Of course! And we all know it.
And, as a play on your Y2K reference, the next Kaboom has been lubed by KY 2x.
One has to acknowledge an issue/problem before they can decide to reform, or work on it. So far, the money keeps aflowin' their way
Talk about havin' the upper hand...