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Re: Money
« Reply #555 on: January 11, 2019, 04:59:32 pm »

Agelbert NOTE: The following comments tell the hard truths that the article they reference gets exactly backwards. Powell, like all the U.S. Oligarchy front people at the Fed, has always been a double talking, ex nihilo money (i.e. counterfeiting) liar.

Yeah...all that QE and "free" money created the illusion of prosperity and profitability for corporations with deep enough pockets to get those large low interest cash infusions for buybacks and such.

It's scary that the "masters of our destiny"  don't seem to grasp the concept of equilibrium.  If you put your thumb on the scale, it's not gonna stay down after you remove your thumb just because you want it to!

There IS a finite point to how high the Fed can pump this market via its open market operations, QE etc.  It has probably been reached last year.  Now its only a question of how high this secondary rally can go.  Dow 26,000?  Nasdaq 7000 (fib .618) are possible targets.  Does Powell have the balls to make the hard choices to tame the monster they have created?  I think not and the market knows it.  That's why just the market rallied based merely on the moderating talk from Powell.  Every one of these Fed chiefs are unprincipled, double talking fraudsters who do not care that their policies have resulted in impoverishing the masses at the lower end of the economic spectrum.  When the buying power of the medium of exchange (the dollar) is destroyed, it destroys those living on the margin.  This is THE REASON we are seeing tent cities mushrooming all over America as costs rise and the poor cannot afford basic necessities.

    Those that MUST own 401k's are the hostages.  The Fed is the guard with the gun.

    The removal of defined benefit retirement plans, including all federal gov't civilians, has caused wild ride on Wall St.

    Citizens have few options other than the company offered 401k (or similar) plan.

    The stock market goes up- Citizens feel comfortable or rich!

    The stock market goes down-Mental depression and the realization that it was all a scam....

by Tyler Durden Fri, 01/11/2019 - 15:13

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