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TrimTabs:"No Amount Of QE Will Be Able To Keep The Current Stock Market Bubble From Bursting"

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posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 06:32 PM
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From TrimTabs:
What Source of Money Is Pushing U.S. Stock Prices Higher? Market Cap Rises $2 Trillion in 2010 as Buying by Companies and Foreigners Offsets Selling by Pension Funds and Retail Investors. However All of Gain and Then Some, $2.4 Trillion, Since QE2 Announced at End of August.


Link to article:www.infowars.com

If you didn't Wall Street was a shell game before,you will now. The article points out that although stock prices will be higher when QE2 ends,economic growth isn't possible without massive government intervention. Now,how is intervention possible if the the casino has gone bust and the house spends more than it a takes in? The only answer at this point seems to be more QE which will keep the stock market going a bit longer but make the coming hangover and withdrawal symptoms even worse. QE is basically nothing more,at this point,than self-cannibalization in the hopes of feeding and saving what's left of the patient.

With municipal bonds tanking and people exiting bonds, you've got a real powder keg on you hands. Even if QE creates the desired effect of getting the economy back into growth mode,they cannot stop QE otherwise stocks are likely plunge below fair market value. Eventually,all debts,no matter who generated them must be paid back somehow. Also,who gets stuck for the tab when the Fed. monetizes U.S. debt? You know what they say,'the house always wins'. Maybe not this time,Buddy. I think the money junkies on Wall Street are about to get all of their credit lines pulled and debts called in. Then the fun will really begin.

Sounds like my odds of winning at Russian Roulette are better than the chances for a U.S. recovery.

The bottom line:What happens on Wall Street is completely separate from what happens on Main Street.




posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 06:53 PM
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Originally posted by FlyingJadeDragon

Sounds like my odds of winning at Russian Roulette are better than the chances for a U.S. recovery.

The bottom line:What happens on Wall Street is completely separate from what happens on Main Street.


CRANK IT UP




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Alabama - Song of the South

Chorus:
Song, song of the south
Sweet potato pie and I shut my mouth
Gone, gone with the wind
There ain't nobody looking back again

Cotton on the roadside, cotton in the ditch
We all picked the cotton but we never got rich
Daddy was a veteran, a southern democrat
They oughta get a rich man to vote like that

Sing it...

Chorus

Well somebody told us Wall Street fell
But we were so poor that we couldn't tell
Cotton was short and the weeds were tall
But Mr. Roosevelt's a gonna save us all

Well momma got sick and daddy got down
The county got the farm and they moved to town
Pappa got a job with the TBA
He bought a washing machine and then a Chevrolet

Sing it...

Chorus

Play it...

Sing it...

Chorus

Song, song of the south...

Gone, gone with the wind...

Song, song of the south.
Sweet potato pie and I shut my mouth.
Song, song of the south.
Sweet potato pie and I shut my mouth.

Sing it...

Chorus 2X


edit on 2-1-2011 by In nothing we trust because: (no reason given)



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 07:46 PM
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Nice,I love this song.
It sums up things pretty well,I think.



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