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  • QE Ending Or Just Getting Started? [View article]
    get it over with already, just print print print but its still a ponzi scheme, US soaring real poverty levels attest to that (oh theyl just change definition of poverty)
    Aug 29 09:53 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Blow-Off Top Is Here [View article]
    feels like 2005-6 again, may take another couple years and sector rotation (last time ended with a little hyperinflation push) before the death spiral... this time, though, US will be closing in on $20 trill debt+ Fed, corp debt , housing and private debt bubble
    Jul 25 02:23 AM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Bloomberg: Zillow looking to buy Trulia [View news story]
    I think when the housing market collapses again, so will these companies, or the combined version... not too long now!
    Jul 25 02:20 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The Implosion Is Near: Signs Of The Bubble's Last Days [View article]
    Great to hear some logical arguments against the Feds undermining of the US economy. They are pushing everyone toward a global system but first need to create a few more busts to convince the masses

    The Feds QE and US (and China, Japan, EU, UK etc) debt spending has created a monetary largesse for corporate and govt insiders, while the masses fight over "minimum wage" levels.
    Ms Yellen should look at the fraudulent accounting of the blue chips, not just small caps, and see that there "low" p/e's are subsidized by this free money, from the med/pharma/health cartels, technology cos, oil and gas, military - all receive unsustainable subsidies that, when the US national debt becomes more than we can manage (within the decade) will end abruptly
    Imagine the hit to our economy when this biggest of all bubbles pops? Its coming very soon and the Fed knows it and wants it...
    Jul 19 12:33 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Recent Weakness: How Concerning For Stock Bulls? [View article]
    At this point, given the sheer volume of money created here and worldwide, even with no QE we will have this wealth looking for a home
    the downside is, with so many trillions floating around, and over 7 billion people on the planet, we will see rising inflation (that the Fed denies)

    we may be in a 2004-5 zone with a '08-'09 collapse coming up in '18-'19
    Jul 9 10:48 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Surprise Recession? [View article]
    Things are pretty bad in many high population areas of the US, with average incomes down 7-10%, and average inflation, not as reported by Fed but real world (fuel/energy, food, materials, education, housing etc) way up in the past decade, 50% or more in many cases

    The GDP is counting so much bloated spending and outright fraud in the medical, tech, military, finance, housing sectors, leading to more concentration of wealth by corporate and govt insiders

    Theyll be able to create more such #'s for a little while, but the next collapse will be soon enough based on this disparity
    Jun 30 04:38 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The Signal And The Noise [View article]
    Investors know there is inflation, its very plain to see, many necessities up 50% or more in the past decade alone

    Um its more like 10's of trillions of dollars printed in the past 5 years are pushing markets higher, not "technical and cyclical forces"

    The Fed likes to wait until its too late, when they say inflation is a problem, the average family will already be squeezed to near economic death

    once we hit 20 trillion in debt and the housing market collapses again - maybe 5 years or so, rates will fly north and well be looking at another $10 trillion bailout
    Jun 26 11:21 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • SPY: What Could Derail The Rally? [View article]
    the sheer volume of printed $$ over the past 15 years or so, the same $$ created by and floating these markets will be the markets demise

    too much $$ is creating massive inflation (the fed cant see) in housing, food, fuel, health care, cable bills, materials, you name it! hell, a yard of soil cost near double for me in just 5 years, even dirt has gone inflationary!

    these costs will come home to the US budget, and will probably bankrupt this country in less than a decade
    the fed will be out of bullets too, since the printed $$ cat will be out of the bag

    all this will probably dawn on the markets in a couple years as costs continue to rise and the Fed starts to push up rates (too late)
    Jun 23 11:06 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Fed lowers 2014 GDP projection, but 2015 and 2016 hold [View news story]
    in some areas home prices (and rents) are up 50% in 3 years - how do they get 2.5% inflation? hell my favorite cereal just went up 70cents in a year, almost 15% jump there

    really odd math...
    Jun 18 07:51 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Stock-Bull Topping Underway Looks Just Like 2007's Last One [View article]
    It seems we are close, but the extreme monetary decisions made just the last year or two, in Japan, Europe, Brazil, and ongoing in US, China... these point to more printing and borrowing to come, there just isnt any reaction from the markets when these events occur, or any bearish reaction

    Im inclined to buy this market late summer and pre election for another move up and with new sector leaders. Could last another year maybe two before the effects of all this liquidity create another recession. When the Fed and govts can no longer print on demand, the wheels will come off money train
    Jun 13 06:57 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Fannie survey: Housing recovery fading [View news story]
    home prices too high mostly
    sure theyre cheap in Indiana, but where the population centers are your looking at 8-10X avg household income for a tear down
    Jun 9 10:41 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • There Isn't Going To Be A Crash Anytime Soon [View article]
    the next housing crash should come after inflation reallly kicks into gear, were already seeing warning signs housing costing 8-10X avg income in major cities, gas staying at $4/gallon, food way up etc
    this will start a chain reaction, the Fed and govt will be out of ammo, by that time (2 yrs?) US debt will be nearing 20 Trill, Fed will have printed $5 trill, bond vigalantes will not allow another 5-10 trill bailout, not without major rise in rates, which will obviously lead to US default in 8-10 years

    cant come soon enough, reality, that is..
    Jun 9 11:32 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Low Global Inflation Means 'Accommodative Policy' Is Here To Stay [View article]
    OMG lower prices! panic - people may be able to live on an average salary!! quick, to the printing presses m'boy!

    they want inflation they got it with 7 billion people you will have your inflation no problem
    never mind the environment is taking it on the chin, unlimited consumption causing the greatest mass extinction since the dinosaurs...
    Jun 9 11:25 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Are Investors So Skeptical When Many Reports On Economy Seem Generally Positive? [View article]
    good comments above
    Most people understand the economic "recovery"has cost 10's of trillions worldwide over the past 5-6 years. US is nearing 18 trillion debt, plus $4trill printed by fed, thats what it took to get markets up here
    Most also know about declining average income, rising income disparity, massive population entering retirements, and the huge balloon of looming health and social services costs for them and the large # of unemployed, disabled, or impoverished americans needing assistance for basic necessities

    that and the inflation the Fed cannot see it creating enough of a drain on peoples risk appetite

    It does seem, however, that the charade can hold up a while longer under continued printing, debt creation etc, and we may even rally for another two years

    At some pt, the bubble will pop and the Fed and US will finally be out of bullets (or ink in this case)
    That will be a day to celebrate for sure!
    May 28 05:08 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 7 Signs China's Economy Is Headed For Collapse [View article]
    As long as they dont move here, they can have their fraudulent economy
    We dont have room for any them or their inflationary $$
    May 19 01:37 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment