We play a dirty trick on ourselves and countries lending us money: we simply print more of our own, flooding our markets and creating rampant inflation. Perhaps worse is that when countries lend us money, this same overprinting devalues the dollars we pay them back! So if they lend us a trillion and we then print 10% more than what's in our economy at that time, what we pay back to the lending country or entity is only worth 90% of the original amount!
No wonder China and others don't lend us any more money (China and Brazil are now very cozy - they're smart).
And don't let the "rise" in the stock market fool you. Where does the additional printed money go, hot off the press? That's right, to the wealthy. Does it "trickle down?" LOL. The "markets" are a joke, and I would not be surprised if they, too, are worth a lot less than is being reported (hint at regulator corruption).
Full of self-serving, narcissistic people concerned only with the almighty dollar. They have lost perspective on humanity - and give humanity a bad name.
Show those punks who's really in charge. Take any gains you have and invest them in charity - and yourself. Wall Street is a SCAM to serve the very few who control it -- with complicity from those supposedly overseeing it for the fairness to all.
Yeah, right, LOL - the "oversight" people are paid by the Wall Street people (wink, wink) - who do you suppose is watching the hen house, said the fox (baring his teeth).
Forget Wall Street - it's not an important place - even if they think it is.
Do thee right thing - avoid the "crock" market (crooked, unholy place).
Are you kidding? Look at the ridiculous levels of the market in THIS economy. What are these guys smoking? The rest of the world doesn't admire us, they'laughing at us and won't lend us any more money. We're sick and they know it.
But do we know it? The smart ones do. Stay away from this manipulated market - it's all BS and who cares?
They ask you for a code to be sent to another account, but when you give them another Hotmail account to receive your code - that account also asks you for a code to get the first code. And so on. How stupid!
I would not invest in a company that has such an idiotic setup. They really need to understand common sense, instead of techgeekese!