at 25% a year and growing exponentially. that means the monetary base will grow 4X's what it is currently and that means the dollar will be worth about 10 cents. in 4 years.,Boooyaaa. USA.
stand back and watch the turmoil that will follow.
shoppers look for 70% deals, looter don't care what the price is.....coming to a store near you when this market implodes for the 3 time in 30 years.
stalks to stocks need to be harvest here, or they'll rot in the fields of capitalistic greed. better get your coveralls on, for some dirty work ahead.
strange divergence indeed.
that's when stocks go on sale soon, 70% off our entire inventory, HURRY, supplies are running low (well not really), we can always add to our "inventory", anytime we want with a click of a button. These heavily diluted..... .....i mean discounted shares will only be available for this Friday, after that we go back to our normal high prices.....So don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity to have your portfolio expand in bubble like fashion and SAVE!....Baaaaaahaaaa. Humbug.
this is Pud's point exactly, as our gov. spends Billions Per month, with only the " 1/2 ..full Faith and credit" promise, how can you deny the existence of a "Bitcoin". it alone does not have credibility.....But when it becomes embraced by the world as, "A SAFER INVESTMENT THAN THE US DOLLAR.....well, you then have a problem with perception that may not be overcome by the POWERS INHERENT TO THE TRADITIONAL BANKING SYSTEM.
Thanks Pud, that's a great starting point and seems no one else around here even has a clue how to get started. a small investment at this point couldn't hurt, it's got to be at least as good as buying some social media, 'NON-PROFIT", like Fake-book....Baaaaahaaaa, I'M IN!
thanks, and i'm going to research this all day and get my money out of the bank on MONDAY AND BUY SOME BITS.,,if anything just to scare the #$%$ out of the fed.
i don't know who's the thumb'er today, no matter...but this Bitcoin thing is NO JOKE ANYMORE, the implications are staggering.!
i;m warming up to this "Bitcoin thingy", but i think it raises an even more important question for the market and currency trades in general. If the fed continues printing endless supplies of dollars and the dollar keeps losing value and bonds don't pay enough to bother holding them. then where does the world turn for a reserve currency. The bit coin question is two fold for the fed. 1. if they allow more liquidity to flow to banks and keep paying them to "store" the cash for say....$619 billion a year in interest, (FACT)............ then not only have their policies been misdirected and ineffective. they are now becoming part of the problem not the solution. furthermore, the ability of the fed. to attract investment with US bonds is in jeopardy because of the "cost" of money, the cost now out-weighs the potential of any profit and is now become a "storage" facility for capital reserves, only staying long enough to find the next target in the investment world.
2. the way bitcoin can interfere with fed. policy is now very easy to see. they can't control the flow of capital the way they do now. they can't " open and close the value", the way the use to. and if the G-20., consider the legitimate aspect of a virtual currency as a safer bet than using US dollars to price assets, the United States could become a "Obstacle" to the path of a currency with greater safety and value.