starting to have flashbacks, thinking I should go back into rehab....
that's some serious Common Core Math going on there....whatajoke
will be right up there with The World is Flat Theory....and yet, after seven years of Failing, they keep doing it....unreal
preceded by a 5% Drop in the Dow on the Thursday and Friday before....who doesn't love the ironies of history...but now we're friends with Iran, right?
- a record 200 Trillion in Global Debt
- a record 18.2 Trillion National Debt when we stopped bother counting
- a record 14 Trillion in US Corporate Debt
- a record 13 Trillion in Consumer Debt with a record 1.3 Trillion Student Debt
- a record Margin Debt of 505 Billion
- massive Shale Energy related Debt with Oil/Nat gas at Decade Lows
- a record global drought and heatwave
- near record wildfires
- record global refugees, now over 60 Million
- collapsing Emerging Markets
- currency wars
- global conflict and atrocities that no longer even make the news
- record number of subprime auto loans
- record age of cars on the road at over 11 years
- record illicit drug use both here and abroad (but being legalized to help the GDP)
- record amount of identity theft
- record hacking on Governments and Corporate Entities
- record number of consumer scams
- record low prosecution for Banking and Financial corruption including Market Manipulation
- record American made auto recalls
- record number of broke Seniors
- record low interest rates with no change in the real economy
- record egg prices (just for laughs)
- and record stupid posts on this message board, so sure, come Monday Morning, Buy that Dip....Make My Day, Punk!
and the "board" alone...ie. Fed Governors has an annual budget of over 580 Million...and they haven't done anything except meet for nearly a decade...gotta love America
and PG disappoints because they can't grow Toilet Paper sales...unreal
she has yet to make a critical monetary decision...even "transitory' and "patience" have limits....think of her as a cow in the headlights wearing sunglasses...
just ten days after a landslide referendum the voice of the people was blatantly ignored. We witnessed the beginning of the end for democracy. You may think it's a good day for the markets, but ten years from now when the government seizes your assets for the greater good you make think different. Suspect the Greeks with the resources will flee their homeland now, and those without the resources will resort to civil unrest. Either way, Greece lost big tonight, and A Depression is assured with a government in Chaos....don't be surprised to watch the EU back out of the bailout on the heels of the IMF opinion. sorry had to vent...glta