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  • U.S. Unemployment Rate Falls To 7.3 Percent In August, A New Low For The Recovery [View article]
    "If you don't like the numbers, then why not come up with your own? pretty cynical attitude"

    Thats what the BLS does for the CPI. I do not understand your comment.
    Sep 12, 2013. 11:06 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • California Soon To Experience A New Construction Boom [View article]
    "The job market cannot compare for technical folks"

    The job market is not what I am talking about, you can have like 5 times the house and much lower taxes in Georgia. The quality of living will attract a future job market, namely from Cali.

    As I said, the abundance of people moving here come with plenty of tales of California and how anti-business they are. The Techs included. My city was the 2nd fastest in the nation for tech jobs, from 07-13, and we are a backwaters hut compared to the kingdom of Kali.

    The costs of doing business will pull the dense creative sphere that is parts of Cali, and eventually pull past the gravity of doing business with each other.

    Your betting on a conglomeration of people and people are much easier to move than anything but money in a business. A 20% pay raise and a shorter commute are enough to pull many to the booming young, educated and tech savvy city of Atlanta. The "Pioneer" feeling is present in a city so new and still growing.

    California is done, as an entity they are wrecked Sir. I do not know how such a world leading center of technology can co-exist within Cali's downfall.

    I am not lying sir, I know of at least 10 people who have made the move to Georgia from Cali and ALL cite California laws and regulation as being absurd compared to here in Georgia.

    And a lot of Georgian real estate did not participate in the run-up, so they did not fall down as much. Places with the right amount of land and a lack of genuine pull for properties from real growth reasons will limit the amount of speculation. The housing bubble was really an urban city bubble, many Georgian towns were unaffected because of the availability of land.
    Sep 9, 2013. 01:46 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • U.S. Unemployment Rate Falls To 7.3 Percent In August, A New Low For The Recovery [View article]
    Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah.

    7.3%?

    Must be back in SA world.

    Blah Blah Blah

    It is all getting better, Blah Blah Blah.

    You guys realize that you can still study the real world and get a picture of who is working and who is not and for what reasons. You do not need to read this propaganda, the job scene in America is absolutely horrendous. Go and look at Indeed, Monster and the classified sections.

    Can you try and actually write something more than the summary of the U/e report?

    Do you think these numbers actually represent the labor scenario in America?
    Sep 9, 2013. 01:22 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Stocks rally as Beige Book shows expanding economy [View news story]
    Moon, this economic miracle is the result of sound money, low taxes and low regulations. The formation of businesses is free flowing and the citizens are educated and responsive to the current demand for labor.

    We are growing at 3% a year and the guys in CNBC say no inflation trouble because somehow all those monetary rules and law do not matter anymore.

    I am tired of you being a party pooper and saying all this "Bubble" non-sense, this is COMPLETELY different than the housing bubble. We all know that this market is driven by a sound foundation and keen ties. Bernanke has said many times that it is not a bubble and he is the Fed chairman. That is the #1 bobble head of the group, he uses big words and is the chairman!

    The CPI, GDP and U/e are 100% truth and they say all is well.

    Gosh, gee wilikers, you guys act like these professional economists, whos job it is to study economics, cannot predict a massive market meltdown. If there was a slowing down expected, we would hear about it on CNBC in a fair and balanced way.

    And so what that the Debt is like 17 trillion, we can print that easy, in a day, problem solved.

    Moon just does not understand economics. He must have voted fro George Bush. He does not care about the poor and blah blah blah.. Womans rights... Low inflation... We need to go to war with Syria... He wants high interest rates and those greedy Republicans to cut medicaid.

    (I am being sarcastic Moon)
    Sep 5, 2013. 08:39 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Stocks rally as Beige Book shows expanding economy [View news story]
    Man, I just look around and see the growth. Low unemployment, drastic falling prices in consumer goods and increasing hours worked per week and real wages.

    The $85 billion is not needed anymore, we can start tapering.

    Banks have been making so many good loans, with down payments and high credit scores for mortgages.

    The growth is really in the air.

    And if you have not figured it out, American in Paris is absolutely right. Inflation is only 2% a year, that is why every company in the S&P 500 is not citing inflation as a concern for their costs and those price tags at Wal Mart sure are dropping.

    Blah Blah Blah. Lets go to war, there is not problem there. Obama is keeping us safe from chemical weapon users. Could you imagine someone using chemical weapons? How uncivilized. Everyone knows that the way you kill someone really matters and the fact that it happens around the world daily is not of concern.
    Sep 5, 2013. 08:27 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Wall Street Breakfast: Must-Know News [View article]
    http://bit.ly/11f8q8k

    The real reason Detroit is bankrupt. It is not economics....
    Jul 25, 2013. 12:32 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Macro Wars [View article]
    (From link pprovided by Roche to explain what a PK is and believes in)

    Double entry bookkeeping. (Thats a joke)

    Understanding sectoral balances and the flow of funds in the system. (Yes, of course)

    Accounting identities based on an operational understanding.
    (Yes)
    We have a fiat money system and not a commodity money system, therefore, understanding fiat money matters! (Yes)

    Banks matter in an economic model because they issue most money. (Yes, when loans pick up and velocity increase we will see some mild inflation, I think)

    Understanding reserve accounting. (I do not know what this means, bank reserves accounting? The multiplier?)

    The money multiplier is a myth because banks aren’t reserve constrained. (They have to keep so much reserves though right? Is that not what Basel 3 is?).

    The central bank and the government are highly involved in the economy, this is our reality, not necessarily the world we envision.

    Taken from a Machiavellian view this is true, the people will always demand a intervention and are retarded in masses

    The private sector dominates economic activity.

    (yes, 60% right?)
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    Well, upon further review of your link and the guidelines above that does not sound like Keynes in any style to me.

    I associate Keynes guys as really old, supportive of labor unions, price fixing and the liquidity trap stuff (I put it in my notes as "When they run out of ammo the 1st time).
    Jul 23, 2013. 12:12 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Macro Wars [View article]
    Please respond to Moon, Roche
    Jul 22, 2013. 11:34 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Macro Wars [View article]
    What did you even just say?

    The Austrians basically admit that printing money causes inflation

    The Keynesians basically admit that printing money causes prosperity.

    one is thinking short term the other long term.

    Keynsian works are short term economics

    Austrian works are about economies over 50 years or more.

    But you see the market everyday so you must classify yourself with the cool kids. The Keynesians get all the dirty money to pass their agenda and to get other peoples money spent.

    Most Keynesians are on college campus and very few Econ students are pursuing that kind of study. Austrian economics is growing strongly though.

    Time to unsubscribe.
    Jul 22, 2013. 11:33 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The G20 has backed an OECD report that would overhaul international corporate taxes and end the loopholes that enable major multinational corporations such as Starbucks (SBUX), Google (GOOG) and Apple (AAPL) to avoid paying large amounts of tax. A major target of the change is the practice of transferring profits where they are generated into low or no-tax jurisdictions via internal company transactions. [View news story]
    It wont happen
    Jul 22, 2013. 10:48 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • "We can have lots of types of content over the next [5-6] years," says Reed Hastings during Netflix's (NFLX) Q2 CC/video talk. The remarks came after Netflix disclosed it plans to expand its original content arsenal to include documentaries and stand-up comedy. Hastings also threw cold water on perpetual speculation Netflix might hike prices or raise fresh capital in the near-term. "We’re very comfortable where we are." Still no data on viewing activity for original shows, but the company says "the viewing audience and the total hours viewed has grown sequentially" with each new show. It expects ownership rights for its original content to be "more and more exclusive to Netflix" over the long haul. Shares finish AH trading -4%. (more on Q2[View news story]
    "I dont like to short stocks, but when I do I use Netflix"

    -Most interesting man on Earth.
    Jul 22, 2013. 10:42 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Tapering Bets Could Backfire For Stock Bears [View article]
    That seems a lot more plausible than the babble I hear from the guys who wear suits on TV.
    Jul 15, 2013. 06:23 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Tapering Bets Could Backfire For Stock Bears [View article]
    SSSHHHHHHHHHHHH!
    Jul 15, 2013. 06:22 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Weighing The Week Ahead: Have Stock Investors Dodged The (Correction) Bullet? [View article]
    This saved me a lot of time looking through the BLS website and such. Thanks.
    Jul 15, 2013. 06:19 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • California Soon To Experience A New Construction Boom [View article]
    I just try and avoid California. Their businesses and dollars are welcome here in Georgia though, many are moving here from LA, Oak, Berk and Central Cali and loving having a mansion for 1 Million.
    Jul 13, 2013. 01:34 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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