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  • Wall Street Breakfast: Alibaba, Apple Hint At Payment Partnership [View article]
    Might look at who has been pursuing EBOLA research for years and years and who owns patents related to EBOLA and who stands to gain if vaccines are developed.
    Oct 28 05:22 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Market Timing Report: 10-20% Correction Due To Extreme Sentiment And Leverage [View article]
    Growing an economy...let's see....grocery stores are a growth industry? Compact cars the same? Apartment rents contribute way less than single family homes. Having money left over after necessities contributes to capital formation. Social Security recipients don't grow an economy (I would think Japan is an example).

    Population growth, innovation, housing expansion, increased labor participation and labor shortages drive up wages and spending. Selling another billion gallons of milk...not so much.
    Oct 27 06:34 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Wall Street Breakfast: Amazon Punished After Massive Loss [View article]
    RIQ -

    "The U.S. lucked out in the panoply of men that comprised the Founding Fathers."

    You can't be serious in making such a comment. Really. In your mind there was no "reason" for these men to be in the "colonies" other than what.... chance?

    Seriously?
    Oct 24 03:47 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Wall Street Breakfast: Amazon Punished After Massive Loss [View article]
    Delatopia.... Interesting name caller. I see you are providing lots of solutions and input along with your name calling - NOT. Please describe the nature of your screen name and the meaning of "TOPIA". Is that some ambition you have?
    Oct 24 12:21 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Wall Street Breakfast: Amazon Punished After Massive Loss [View article]
    RQ - the quys from the 18th century who pulled all this together were probably the best informed, most educated of anyone in their time on systems of governments. My suspicion is that they would put anyone in this administration to shame in a debate. And, I suspect they could give you a run for your money too. There are some concepts that are fundamentally "timeless". The right to vote belongs to US Citizens.
    Oct 24 12:17 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Wall Street Breakfast: Amazon Punished After Massive Loss [View article]
    "Radioactive Wolves" - isn't that the same as "Hedge Fund Managers"?
    Oct 24 12:10 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Wall Street Breakfast: Amazon Punished After Massive Loss [View article]
    And blow up any oil well they are operating.....but then we still need to support poppy production-???
    Oct 24 09:19 AM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Wall Street Breakfast: Amazon Punished After Massive Loss [View article]
    And this is not the FIRST medical professional to exhibit untoward behavior when it comes to this virus. Vinson and her bridal trip. Excuse me? I would be completely ticked off if one of my friends knowingly exposed me to that - potentially deadly - virus.
    Oct 24 09:16 AM | 8 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Wall Street Breakfast: Nokia Soars Premarket On Strong Results [View article]
    I wonder how population demographics differs from US to Canada??
    Oct 23 04:00 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Wall Street Breakfast: Nokia Soars Premarket On Strong Results [View article]
    RIQ is a pacifist. Nothing in history declares that pacifists are the winners in the battles that are ever the product of human selfishness and the hunger for power. Until the world (including the Muslims) learn to follow the second commandment, there will always be the need for "weapons".
    Oct 23 03:43 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Wall Street Breakfast: Nokia Soars Premarket On Strong Results [View article]
    I suspect the amount of savings that is subject to lower interest rates, interestingly including Treasuries, and thereby suffers smaller incomes offsets any stimulative effect of lower interest rates on creating new loan demand.

    We have stimulative fiscal policy to the extent each year we have a budget deficit. One can certainly argue the productiveness of policy decisions. My viewpoint is that there are many better ways to produce stimulative fiscal policy than what is being done now.

    "...they guaranteed". Who's "they", the ones who've been in charge for the last 6 years? The Fed reports to the banking brotherhood. Neither the Dems or the Repubs control or even influence the Fed.
    Oct 23 03:39 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • What Likely Happened To Dividend Growth Retirees In The Recessions [View article]
    Wow.....I wonder why all those Central Banks are hell bent on owning Gold when they will have to find a "greater fool" to sell it to some time in the future?
    Oct 23 01:43 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Wall Street Breakfast: Nokia Soars Premarket On Strong Results [View article]
    Random?
    Oct 23 01:39 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Wall Street Breakfast: Nokia Soars Premarket On Strong Results [View article]
    A contractionary tax hike will just add another nail to the receipts coffin in Japan. Stupidest thing that the IMF has said and only goes to show the IMF is not about helping you out, it's about keeping you a slave.
    Oct 23 09:12 AM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • What Likely Happened To Dividend Growth Retirees In The Recessions [View article]
    Although, I agree with your statement, the Value of GE was pretty well established pre-crisis. So it was with MCO and other companies. Just so happens that they were heavy into areas that totally cratered. KO took a hit yesterday. Not to say it's business model is about to crater, but who can say what will happen to Auto companies, or companies like CAG or whatever is some black swan occurs that affects their core business. We just had an announcement of a fusion energy breakthrough. What might it have done to oil companies had it been an order of magnitude more significant? The point is, virtually every high value business has an element of risk associated with it. I guess that's why diversification is really important.
    Oct 22 04:29 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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