He is most likely correct; however, the .25 pt. increase will be just another non event, as they move back to hibernation mode. Simply another topic to keep the media spin machine running.
Let's discuss that possibility, and most of Chinese must still be selling their gold at a profit, even at ballpark 43% off peak.
Without checking your numbers, I'm basically in agreement of your future scenario of hyperinflation. A loaf of store brand whole wheat bread is already ballpark $3.25, if not on sale I don't buy milk, but families do. Most of us purchase gasoline, even those who take public transportation do in an indirect manner. $4.99, with WTI at ballpark $52 bbl? That's a higher pump price than back in 2008, with WTI was ballpark $147-150, and I paid $4.69 at peak price.
I smell a rigged market.
are all tidied up; China's selldown was also a non event.
Let's hear it for "investing"! Good GAWD!
Seems like it's been at least a year since they've been recycled in Yahoo mailboxes.
I'm interested in having an actual conversation about the possible candidates. Let's just skip all the hoopla and BS. If the lowdown is Paul Ryan and Hillary, you saw who had the trailer at the doorstep of the WH before the "race" began.
Those EUROS will be in the wheelbarrow.
The only out Greece has it to get back on the Drachma and man up; so to speak.
It will be a tough row to hoe. It's better than the alternative.
Let's Review: You and I have something to talk about.
Yep. My paularoseimages moniker is real, and I've taken note.
What's your plan?
I was typing a factual reply, and POOF! It disappeared. I'll start a new thread.. Get ready.
How low on the totem pole are you? There's always a Plan B! It's called "diplomatic relations," Sheesh!
Seattle is another higher end market. Yes, I would have posted 87 but not everyone pays attention when they are at the pump, and only look at the price per gallon.
Just because something may be written on paper, or papyrus, doesn't mean that the stated terms will be upheld.
Speaking of oil; it's just under $53 USDs bbl, and yet the price at the pump here in my hood is ranging from $3.99 to $4.99 for regular. About a week ago, the $3.99 station was selling it for ballpark $3.50 or lower, and the $4.99 Mobil station was $3.99. Nothing has changed, except for the leapfrog in prices.
So, why did you even bother to comment? My mom said I'm a mix of English, German, Dutch, and American Native, but she didn't know which tribe. Some folks have said I look more Italian or Greek; one would never assume I might be Scandinavian.
I was typing a factual and well composed reply, and POOF! Another good post simply disappeared. To summarize: the pot shouldn't call the kettle black.
Nope. Not with a five year temporary exit plan on the table. Just more grumbles and rumbles; Monday will be another green day, across the globe.
and then so boring that I snapped it shut. Maybe the movie will be better.
I don't know the actual short interest on ECA, so I'll check. Some have been shorting this boring stock into the crapper. I smell an agenda.
Nope. Rick S. would not be wearing blue on a white shirt, if Greece was "the word" to take the markets down. Bull Roar! regardless of the outcome. Don't get me started on sharing the screen shots of the other CNBS crew. Nice touch to have Janet show up in deep purple mid session.