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Veteran Advisor

Did you forget to say thank you?

to the B & B boyz (Ben and Barack) for ramping asset prices ahead of the election? The only thanks needed are to sell something.

 

Next time the managers of All Star  Pro Rasslin' give you a heads up, pay attention.

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Re: Did you forget to say thank you?

H, great points. We've been saying thank you for a few weeks! Gotta love the system. Like China's apparently planned double digit monthly food cost inflation, it will fly apart some day, but for now, just gotta love it.

 

Of course, the bond vigilantes are certainly making QE2 look like a flagman trying to stop a bullet train :-)

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Re: Did you forget to say thank you?

Corporate profits have recovered. Forget the hot Cramer in out giys, largely equity owners just want to own equities. ROE is very high on good asset bases, sell and what to do with the $$$? The political shift away from socialism is SIGNIFICANT, market followed the polls.

 

Have aid this before. I think it is a disease to always feel “someone pulls all the strings. They don’t if they did someone would own everything!

 

Markets see possible just general recovery and markets see possible bigger inflation.

Imagine if you have corp assets and pricing power in an inflationary scenario? Ka BOOM, huge earnings.

 

Commodities are greeting flow from the excess liquidity, same as going back 2 yrs.

 

Can we be objective I/O finding something we think is powerful to blame?

M supply grew 1980-2000, as commodities went down, why? YOU all and copper miners etc took the dough & produced like crazy.

 

Economic are egging you on, plant big.

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Veteran Advisor

Re: Did you forget to say thank you?

Arti What? 

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Re: Did you forget to say thank you?

http://www.zerohedge.com/article/big-banks-are-stifling-economic-growth-taxing-consumers

 

"And what are they doing with all this cheap money? Nothing productive from an economic standpoint. Instead of lending the money to entrepreneurs, business projects, and venture capital initiatives which actually create jobs and foster much needed economic growth, the big banks are just taking this cheap money and pouring it into commodities like crude oil, copper and grains."

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