reply to post by TruthWithin
This is going to turn out to be the beginning of a very difficult time for the US and global markets.
While the US has only suffered one major Depression and perhaps one other minor depression (pending economic views on "what is a depression") .. I
believe the makings of a "Depression" .. Is pretty straight forward .. that in order to have a healthy economy, it must suffer minor set backs
(recessions) and sometimes it will need a major set back to correct wrong doings in the markets (depression) and sometimes it needs a reboot .. a
complete overhaul .. (Major Depression) ..
In order to reach the point where the economy is a sick and riddled old hag that needs to be put down, there needs to be corruption, failures of
principle underlying economic policies and a perfect storm of political situations ..
Essentially, in order to keep the Country strong, we must destroy the economy every so often to create a new one .. The very way we live is at stake..
I don't see our future going any further if we rely on 1:100 debt ratios per house hold .. We need a currency overhaul, we need an overhaul on how
banking is preformed.. we need to destroy the economy and re-boot one to fit the needs and demands of this coming century..
Mmm.. not really.. I think $4 a gallon is right in line with the price of oil .. the oil is being sold in ever increasing amounts and the companies
continue to break profit records..
There is not a single indication that says the price of gas is undervalued..
Another $50 increase will be maybe a dollar increased at the pump.. depending on your region and your local taxes.
This is great news! There is going to be a huge sale on Monday in the markets. The sheeple are going to run for the exits and, per the usual, lose a
lot of their money due to selling low and buying high.
Individual stock traders .. don't really effect the markets that much. Fund managers do. "Sheeple" have nothing to do with it --- what ever the
hell a sheeple is.
I have a very select few stocks I trade in, and they all come from mutual agreement in personal "think tank" type investor circles I am in.. mostly
small companies making big profits at a discount price.. but as for buying into the big fortune 500 companies .. volatility keeps me away ..
regardless .. I don't like to spend my days when I could be in the pool drinking a guinness watching stock charts because the market can be +100 one
minute down 300 the next.
I have been doing good in the Forex markets lately I have gotten more active because of the increased volatility .. might as well profit on the
People making short term profits on the stock market however.......
Means nothing to the economy.. because of the way the markets are traded anymore, the market does not reflect the economy..
The sad thing is the FDIC really didn't let them collapse.
Are you aware of the implications of that actually happening are? ... Not being a "doom and gloomer" and all.......
NWO .. What's this.. and what's it got to do with the article? You can't just come in and say "Ohhhh ya .. that .. nwo there... bloody buggers..