or anything else that a half-wit-brain-dead moron would call bad news. See, took a whole 3 hours to call a rise in rates Great News, next it will be therm-o-nuclear war is positive for retail.
Just don't be specific, or you're be audited, get tasered, be put on a no-fly-list, and eventually be shot by a cop being investigated.
You didn't hear, $4 gas is great for the consumer, retail sales and the economy too.
With a little luck, you'll become the subject of a random drive-by, hopefully you'll have a name tag with your parent's cell number on the front of your shirt.
Endless supply of brain-dead unemployed 18-34 year old's that earn 80% in benefits of what they would earn working, buying every dip and recommendation on CNBC.
for many here, on business news shows, Yahoo contributing authors, and particular, many people on CNBC. While I can't explain, after nearly 40 years of being in and out of the market, in my gut, I'm 100% sure, this time will really be devastatingly bad. And, frankly, I'm really looking forward to that day.
8 years of building the greatest debt ever created by mankind would be more accurate, along with the greatest economic inequality ever seen since the Roman Empire.
The greatest illusion of prosperity ever created since the invention of paper currency and credit cards. Those are the real facts.
will happen, and it will just keep filling-up.
Agree 100%, and evidently because of that compelling consensus, the cesspool gets fuller.
Posted for the record.
IDIOT, the only thing anyone could possible say, well, except your mother, you says; "next!"
Actually, there is no number, it's the same as saying ... "It's all the rage" or "everybody is doing it". Somewhat like "off-the-lows" or "better-then-expected", inasmuch, off what low? Better than who's expectation, just typical CNBC BS, which they have established themselves at the top of the BS heap.