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  • Even With A Fiscal Cliff Deal, Stocks And The U.S. Economy Will Unravel In 2013 [View article]
    Sorry your guy didn't win. I hope writing that was helpful.

    You complain about debt then praise the "huge boost" given to the economy by the deficit spending that resulted from your man's tax cuts.
    Nov 9 02:54 PM | 41 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Even With A Fiscal Cliff Deal, Stocks And The U.S. Economy Will Unravel In 2013 [View article]
    What am I wrong about?

    You wrote two articles--one is reasonable stating that our country has been deficit spending and will need to slow that down. And slowing down will hurt. But then you weaved all kinds of partisan non-sense in with it. Obama was much more left holding the empty bag when the previous clown left than the one that caused the problem. The majority of America understands that. All of a sudden you want Obama to stop deficit spending in the middle of the biggest financial mess the country has seen in almost a century. The previous leadership was blameless even though they ran up the debt during times of growth.

    Yes it is going to hurt when we start paying our way again. Just remember when we stopped paying our way.
    Nov 9 06:44 PM | 30 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 4 Reasons That Gold Is Economically Irrelevant [View article]
    This is going to be good.
    Apr 28 02:04 AM | 29 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Budget Deficit Is Falling [View article]
    Yes the economy sure has been on fire since we got the Bush tax cuts hasn't it. Nothing better for the creation of jobs than efficient deployment of our wealth into CDO and CDS infrastructure. We got here with low taxes and little regulation. Apparently that doesn't solve all of our problems--in spite of how many times we say it will. Soon we will need to start paying the Bush tab. Someone is going to have to pay. You can lobby for the rich all you want but they are the only ones that will be able to afford to pay. I can make several arguments as to why it is also fair for the rich to pay more but that would be too long for a single drive-by comment.

    Just thought I'd offer myself up as fodder to the big red machine.
    Sep 14 04:06 PM | 28 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • What’s Really Behind QE2? [View article]
    I don't think this will sit well with the reducated masses.
    Nov 19 05:50 PM | 20 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is Tesla Motors About To Take The Elevator Down? [View article]
    The entire article is who said what and the observation that the price has gone up real fast so all technical indicators say overbought. You haven't added much value.
    Sep 11 03:25 AM | 14 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Do We Need A Catalyst For The Next Big Drop In Gold? [View article]
    I did find this one http://bit.ly/1gaShUS from Dec 2011 where you predicted the price of gold was going to go up in a parabolic way, past $2000 and ridiculed the "experts" that predicted it might fall to $1200.

    Very selective memory.
    May 18 10:16 PM | 13 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Bubble Continues To Form In The Stock Market [View article]
    You should have said that in the article. I have read a number of your articles and you couch your conclusions with so many layers of obfiscation, that I can't understand if you think things are gong up or down.

    So listen-up other readers--the author says buy and hold the bubble. You are probably safe for another year.
    Aug 2 12:41 PM | 12 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Bubble Continues To Form In The Stock Market [View article]
    Lots of folks see bubbles very clearly now-after the bubble.
    Aug 2 08:52 AM | 12 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • TGIF: Stop the Week, We Want to Get Off [View article]
    I have only been at SA for a few weeks, so I am not real familiar with Phil's politics or the history of spatation.

    At least Phil only enrages half of the readers. If I was writing my views regularly I would probably tick off 90% of them because I think that the majority of partisans on both sides are complete idiots.

    On the left, pacifists, PETA folks, socialists (real socialists--not free $peach branding of any government spending), anarchists, and any a raft of other "idealists" are in my fruit cake bracket. If you thinks that any sort of price controls, or a pay czar is going to work, you haven't been paying attention. Unions are probably not needed any more and distort labor prices ( I was forced to join one kicking and screaming) but I at least relate to union folks--why give you up your golden goose.

    The right is more monolithic than the left--they all believe the same retarded things instead of each person making-up their own retarded thing. Some of this is due to billions of $s of free $peach but it is also due to the nature of conservatism itself. Real conservatives make up their own reality--as in Conservapedia. Many have spent so many hours listening to infomercials that even people that started out intelligent have been educated into dolts.

    It is so easy to pick on the idiots on the other side. But, just because the person that believes the exact opposite of you is an idiot, doesn't mean that you aren't one also. If someone does believe the exact opposite of you it might be a clue that you are as smart as they are.

    There, that ought to make me popular.
    Aug 20 03:52 PM | 11 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • But How Near Is The Fall? [View article]
    Summers of Our Discount Tent
    Sep 16 10:53 PM | 10 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is Tesla Motors About To Take The Elevator Down? [View article]
    I have no stake in TSLA, I am just grading your argument. That is a pet interest of mine. I like to comment on what data you present. If those other people said bad things you can take credit for aggregating others thoughts but you may or may have not done a balanced job and you didn't write anything that made me think that you tried.

    It seems so me that you are just being an bear without any teeth or claws.
    Sep 11 04:24 AM | 10 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Silver: Breakout Or Breakdown? [View article]
    Yes there was a lot of bluster at the beginning and not much conclusion at the end. I know that I am wrong about how I think of silver prices but wasn't told how to think at the end.
    Jul 28 03:57 AM | 10 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Reasons to Be Bullish on America: Four Stock Picks [View article]
    I've read this comment 850,000 times in the last 6 months. Here I have a little song to cheer you up.

    Gloom despair and agony on me, deep dark depression excessive misery. If it weren't for bad luck, I'd have no luck at all. Gloom despair and agony on me.

    WHHAAA
    Jan 14 03:50 PM | 10 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why the S&P 500 Should Reach 1245 by Year-End 2010. [View article]
    you forgot poopy pants.
    Sep 5 02:47 PM | 10 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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