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  • February Nonfarm Payrolls: +236K vs. consensus +160K, 119K previous (revised from +157K). Unemployment rate 7.7% vs. consensus 7.9%, 7.9% previous. [View news story]
    Yeah and $3T were spent on February, right?


    My God, where these people come from??
    Mar 8 09:42 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • February Nonfarm Payrolls: +236K vs. consensus +160K, 119K previous (revised from +157K). Unemployment rate 7.7% vs. consensus 7.9%, 7.9% previous. [View news story]
    New slogan for zerohedge:

    Zerohedge, where the bears come to die.....
    Mar 8 09:40 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Going over the fiscal cliff "looks like where we're headed," says Senate Majority Leader Reid. S&P 500 losses accelerate, -0.7%[View news story]
    Tea bags are like that. Always protecting the rich, punishing the middle class. Disgusting.

    Boehner said yesterday that the middle class had too many loopholes and the rich were the ones paying too much. 2014 another defeat of the t bags.
    Dec 27 12:43 PM | 14 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • After a valiant effort, Mayor Bloomberg has thrown in the towel and cancelled the New York City marathon this weekend because of disruptions caused by superstorm Sandy. City officials had held out hope that the event could still be pulled off, in a demonstration that the city was on the road to recovery. Unfortunately, the logistical nightmare proved to be more than even New Yorkers were equipped to handle on such a short timeline. [View news story]
    If we cut the funding for emergencies, aid for the poor and give tax cuts to guys like Mitt Romney New York would recover in just a day. Well that's what republicans believe.....
    Nov 3 01:41 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • "Asian-Americans are the highest-income, best-educated and fastest-growing racial group in the United States," the Pew Research Center wrote in recent massive study. The WSJ discusses the rise of Asian-Americans in a weekend essay, saying that they "have become the immigrant group that most embodies the American promise of success driven by will and resolve." [View news story]
    Yes, Bret. And we need also to revert tax rates prior to 1965.....
    Oct 28 12:29 PM | 12 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Gold will be at $5000 in two years, and that may be the low end of the range, claims Peter Schiff. Granted, we've already seen a spectacular run in the yellow metal over the past decade, but it's going to accelerate even more from here as the pace of inflation begins to pick up. Not only that, but the government continues debasing the dollar faster and faster, so gold logically has nowhere to else to go - but up. (video[View news story]
    I agree with Mike Maher. Deflation is getting stronger, Bernanke has to be more aggressive.
    Oct 26 11:17 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Gold will be at $5000 in two years, and that may be the low end of the range, claims Peter Schiff. Granted, we've already seen a spectacular run in the yellow metal over the past decade, but it's going to accelerate even more from here as the pace of inflation begins to pick up. Not only that, but the government continues debasing the dollar faster and faster, so gold logically has nowhere to else to go - but up. (video[View news story]
    China strength depends solely on Europe and the US. Who is going to buy the crap that China produces? Africa?


    You doomers are so ignorant.....
    Oct 26 11:16 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Spanish unemployment rises to a new record high of 25% in Q3 from 24.6% in Q2 and vs consensus of 25.1%. The figure was boosted by labor reform making it easier to fire workers. [View news story]
    Austerity= imposing the sour medicine on the workers while bankers run amok....

    I love capitalism. Protecting bankers so they can have 250 Mercedes Benz and 100 homes......

    Capitalism baby!!!
    Oct 26 11:10 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Gold will be at $5000 in two years, and that may be the low end of the range, claims Peter Schiff. Granted, we've already seen a spectacular run in the yellow metal over the past decade, but it's going to accelerate even more from here as the pace of inflation begins to pick up. Not only that, but the government continues debasing the dollar faster and faster, so gold logically has nowhere to else to go - but up. (video[View news story]
    Peter Schiff is a Wall Street wannabe. He like the same type of guys he criticizes sells his book to make money.

    Schiff is another guy who makes his money of the largesse of the productive sector, just like wall street.

    There is nothing wrong making money, what I'm against is his blatant hypocrisy.

    Gold going up is a transfer of those who work to the elites. Who are the biggest holders of gold? Just like equities....who are the biggest holders?
    Oct 25 09:09 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Gold will be at $5000 in two years, and that may be the low end of the range, claims Peter Schiff. Granted, we've already seen a spectacular run in the yellow metal over the past decade, but it's going to accelerate even more from here as the pace of inflation begins to pick up. Not only that, but the government continues debasing the dollar faster and faster, so gold logically has nowhere to else to go - but up. (video[View news story]
    Schiff said that 2010 was the end of the US dollar....


    So much for being spot on......
    Oct 25 08:37 PM | 7 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • No More Wishful Thinking: Evidence Solidly Confirms The End Of The Housing Crash [View article]
    Wallstreethebunker....... People call you the egghead, the wimpy guy.

    You have been so wrong that I don't know how you don't have shame at all.....

    Amazon, you were saying that it was going to collapse last year.

    You said in January that you were shorting homebuilders....ouch!!!!
    Oct 24 01:31 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Wall Street Breakfast: Must-Know News [View article]
    Pr conservative.....

    Obama was strangled by the party you admire. They always said no to his proposals.

    You don't cut spending, you increase it to boost jobs. Cutting spending only creates havoc.

    Raising taxes to the rich, asking those who can afford it to share the burden is the correct way to go.

    Stocks should be bought at this levels, where are you going to put your money? In treasuries?

    Global growth should resume in 2013, so I believe high growth stocks should be bought aggressively.
    Oct 10 08:12 AM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • September Nonfarm Payrolls: +114K vs. consensus +115K, +142K previous (revised from 96K). Unemployment rate 7.8% vs. consensus 8.2%, 8.1% previous. [View news story]
    If people want to see a strong middle class and strong jobs growth look at when the top tax rate was 90%.

    We need a 75% tax on the 1%. It would balance the budget and we would have some surplus to invest in the middle class.

    Obama has been too weak, he should have raised taxes to the top 1% on the first year. Enough of rich welfare!
    Oct 5 11:27 AM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Sep ADP Employment Change: +162K vs. consensus of +140K, 201K prior. [View news story]
    Good sarcasm. Love how the right wings are crushed once again.
    Oct 3 01:56 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Goldman Sachs (GS) "operates via institutionalized paranoia," writes Michael Santoli in a bullish Barron's cover story. In other words, Goldman behaves as IB's did in the days when a partner's capital was actually on the line. Executives known for risk management are promoted (contrast to Citi's Chuck "Gotta dance while the music's playing" Prince), giving investors - with shares on offer for 90% of TBV - a bit of comfort no matter how turbulent markets may become. [View news story]
    Romney said he is going to give tax cuts and subsidies to Goldman Sachs so they can create financial jobs.


    Romney is disgusting.....
    Sep 29 04:14 PM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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