It's remarkable how your disparaging generalizations come with no specific argument to my comments. Therefore I discount them.
The rest was irrelevant to what I said.
I apologize for the disparaging comments Palouser. I should have found a better way. You threw out these jabs at Ron Paul without anything to back it up. That's the problem with making incorrect assumptions about guys like Paul, somebody will call you on it.
What it shows is that buy and hold is a sham unless you have a 50 year time horizon.
Everyone knew all about buy and hold in 2000 and 2007.
Now we have the curious case of the Chairman's WSJ piece where he says that he's targeting stock prices.
I appreciate the apology.
My point with Paul had nothing to do with knocking him. The point was the issue of regulation and the part it played in the Wall St fiasco. Paul's position is well known on that topic. As was Greenspan's. Greenspan is now apologetic regarding self regulation. And noninterference. Problem is, when banking and credit become a sophisticated electronic exchange that is global, and it is run into a wall, then intervention to repair the damage and fall out from irresponsibility is not just a reasonable course, but a necessary course of action. Had Greenspan been right we would not need to have any discussions on this topic.
We are never going back to gold based currency and the like. It isn't adequate for the global economic system that ties us together.
“I feel bad so I won’t read your comments” classic, tied up in one’s little self. Must be a liberal. Palouser is a PERMA bull, always seeing some bull thing in a commodity that goes down overtime in real terms. That offers huge opportunity to collect spec premia, another crop tp harvest thank g for the KCBT and CBT!
But instead of collecting he complains endless about the board.
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