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Debate is a trade, much like investing. Your debate stock is over sold.
All I care about is net to gain ratios and patterns, not facts. Facts are what happen as a result of current and future actions. Even thereafter and settled into the past, facts are still questionable (which equals opinion).
I speak math, where fact can actually live as fact. 2+2=4 in any language. Language steers emotions irrationally too heavily, where opinions are perceived as whining and completely not even on par with the threads OP. Post+Perceived Whining=Bad Investment.
Maybe we will battle or accuse in another thread, but you seriously have zero value to offer to the previously spoken ratios mentioned...
Is an automated factory as cost efficient as a non automated one?
originally posted by: Slichter
a reply to: glend
Listened to the video until the "expert" said he put his first S&P short trade on, the US dollar driven S&P has since rallied up over 2800..
I went into 3% fixed income products last July, so will have to wait till the next round of QT occurs sometime this year before considering buying any stock again.
Globally I am expecting countries to print their way out of debt, the country with the largest import trade imbalance will lose their currency value so that the cost of importing goods becomes more expensive.
Little surprised the Chinese aren't intelligent enough to see Trumps end game?
The US tariffs on imports are pretty clearly aimed at reducing US dependency on imported goods so that the US *could* go on a currency printing frenzy and allow the US dollar to tank.
The US is almost non dependent on foreign oil at a price that would have saved Venezuela from their political turmoil.
The message seems to be for foreign countries to keep selling us ultra cheap imported goods or the US will go into SHTF isolationism and destroy any foreign economy relying on exports to the US.