Financial interest rate suppression must end, or we are repeating Japan 1990-2015.
I've been saying this for years, but it appears that low or even zero int. rates may be contracting growth as people save more since they aren't being paid much interest. Instead of spending, they squirrel away money. The article was by Forsyth in the "Up and Down Wall Street" column, April 20.
$50 or higher pie in the sky.
When the CA voters learn they may be drinking recycled toilet water, they may insist on a few more desal plants :)
That will be popular.........DESALINATE instead!!!
In all the water areas--desal (e.g. big Sydney desal plant), waste water treatment etc. The ultimate water company and clean water is getting scarcer. I see $35-40.
Doing the math: the UUP up move went from approx. $20.50 to $26.50. A 50% correction takes it to $23.50 area.
It seemed so easy....sell euros/yen yielding 0%....buy $ yielding 2% on 10 yr. Now, some retrenchment it appears. When things look "easy", time to reconsider. China has been big time seller, now holds less dollar securities than Japan (selling somewhat less $ assets).
I love silver. Think it gets back above $20 if the dollar breaks down.
Was she Greek? You say she exposed her derriere, so I guess yes?
Some of the franchises are not with the program.