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Reply #30 posted 02/05/18 11:24pm

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Reply #31 posted 02/05/18 11:25pm

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If Trump takes responsibility for the stock market going up - then he also must own when it dips... really really dips.

hah!


He'll find someone other than himself to blame.
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Reply #32 posted 02/06/18 6:26am

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Silvertongue7 said:

DiminutiveRocker said:

If Trump takes responsibility for the stock market going up - then he also must own when it dips... really really dips.

hah!

That would be the adult thing to do. So guess again...


lol SHS was telling the press that the WH was looking at more long term economic stability - however he took credit for the DJI highs over and over and over. And even some on this forum gave him credit for it.


rolleyes it was THE BIGGEST SINGLE DAY DROP IN HISTORY.

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Reply #33 posted 02/06/18 8:25am

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Boy was Scarborough making shit up: maybe the economy is too overheated? What does that mean?

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Reply #34 posted 02/06/18 8:33am

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It means when Trump falls, all hell will break loose. These are the dress rehersals.

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Reply #35 posted 02/06/18 9:04am

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maplenpg said:

DiminutiveRocker said:

If Trump takes responsibility for the stock market going up - then he also must own when it dips... really really dips.

hah!

He'll find someone other than himself to blame.



Mission accomplished!

https://www.yahoo.com/new...rc=fauxdal

President Barack Obama left office more than a year ago, but that didn’t stop Fox News host Sean Hannity from blaming him for the stock market slide.

“Because the Obama economy was so weak all of these years, we had just artificially cheap money,” Hannity said, referring to a Fox News analysis he had seen on the cable network.

“The government has artificially, the Fed has artificially, kept the price of money down and the price of borrowing down, and now that’s going to come to an end.”

Then, he declared that the plunge ― which saw stocks erase all their 2018 gains ― is actually good.

“In many ways, it’s a sign of the strength of the economy more than anything else,” he said in comments posted online by Media Matters.

CONCLUSION - The stock market drop is bad and all President Obama's fault, but actually in many ways the drop was good, because President Trump has made our economy strong.

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Reply #36 posted 02/06/18 9:40am

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Now can we have our one and a half trillon dollars back?

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Reply #37 posted 02/06/18 10:45am

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They are afraid of job growth. See, they hate us.

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Reply #38 posted 02/06/18 12:11pm

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RodeoSchro said:

maplenpg said:

DiminutiveRocker said: He'll find someone other than himself to blame.



Mission accomplished!

https://www.yahoo.com/new...rc=fauxdal

President Barack Obama left office more than a year ago, but that didn’t stop Fox News host Sean Hannity from blaming him for the stock market slide.

“Because the Obama economy was so weak all of these years, we had just artificially cheap money,” Hannity said, referring to a Fox News analysis he had seen on the cable network.

“The government has artificially, the Fed has artificially, kept the price of money down and the price of borrowing down, and now that’s going to come to an end.”

Then, he declared that the plunge ― which saw stocks erase all their 2018 gains ― is actually good.

“In many ways, it’s a sign of the strength of the economy more than anything else,” he said in comments posted online by Media Matters.

CONCLUSION - The stock market drop is bad and all President Obama's fault, but actually in many ways the drop was good, because President Trump has made our economy strong.

Somebody eek mad blackeye bitchfight Sean Hannity. lol

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Reply #39 posted 02/08/18 12:16pm

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Stocks tanking again. lol

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Reply #40 posted 02/08/18 12:17pm

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Thing I've noticed. Gas prices are way up.

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Reply #41 posted 02/08/18 2:00pm

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2freaky4church1 said:

Thing I've noticed. Gas prices are way up.

But that extra 1.50 in your paycheck should take care of that. lol lol lol

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Reply #42 posted 02/08/18 3:12pm

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Down another 1,000 points today, or about 4%. Down more than 10% in the last few days. We're in what they call "correction" territory now.

Our genius president told everyone who was happy with their 401(k) that "you're welcome". LOL, something tells me that right now, he isn't going to say "I'm sorry".

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Reply #43 posted 02/08/18 11:06pm

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I hope they resolve this by the morning. Geesh, normally this stuff doesn't unnerve me, but I'm unnerved now.
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Reply #44 posted 02/09/18 8:11am

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morningsong said:

I hope they resolve this by the morning. Geesh, normally this stuff doesn't unnerve me, but I'm unnerved now.




It will never be "resolved". Markets never are.

What we've seen is a return of volatility. For the last 8 years, the market was pretty steady. It went up consistently, with no real spikes in movement. That's what you want.

But now, our genius president has reintroduced volatility. It jumps up! It crashes down! At the end of the day, he might have a positive return for the length of his presidency. However, mathematics show that you make more money with less volatility.

My advice is either hang on (he won't be president forever, right? Right?!?); or sell now and come back later. Investors almost certainly have profits they can take right now.

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Reply #45 posted 02/09/18 10:33am

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RodeoSchro said:

morningsong said:

I hope they resolve this by the morning. Geesh, normally this stuff doesn't unnerve me, but I'm unnerved now.




It will never be "resolved". Markets never are.

What we've seen is a return of volatility. For the last 8 years, the market was pretty steady. It went up consistently, with no real spikes in movement. That's what you want.

But now, our genius president has reintroduced volatility. It jumps up! It crashes down! At the end of the day, he might have a positive return for the length of his presidency. However, mathematics show that you make more money with less volatility.

My advice is either hang on (he won't be president forever, right? Right?!?); or sell now and come back later. Investors almost certainly have profits they can take right now.



I should have been more specific. I was referring to the government shutdown, which I know snowballs into stock market movements, primarily down. The fact that most people's retirement is tied up in the stock market, not by choice, is unnerving with all this foolishness.

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Reply #46 posted 02/09/18 10:42am

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I have to be an econonic expert.

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Reply #47 posted 02/12/18 12:34pm

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By all means - let's have a parade neutral


From today's NYT:

President Trump on Monday sent Congress a $4.4 trillion budget with steep cuts in domestic programs and entitlements, including Medicare, and large increases for the military, envisioning deficits totaling at least $7.1 trillion over the next decade.

The blueprint, which has little to no chance of being enacted as written, amounts to a vision statement by Mr. Trump, whose plan discards longtime Republican orthodoxy about balancing the budget.

https://www.nytimes.com/2...f=headline

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Reply #48 posted 02/12/18 3:27pm

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DiminutiveRocker said:

By all means - let's have a parade neutral


From today's NYT:

President Trump on Monday sent Congress a $4.4 trillion budget with steep cuts in domestic programs and entitlements, including Medicare, and large increases for the military, envisioning deficits totaling at least $7.1 trillion over the next decade.

The blueprint, which has little to no chance of being enacted as written, amounts to a vision statement by Mr. Trump, whose plan discards longtime Republican orthodoxy about balancing the budget.

https://www.nytimes.com/2...f=headline

Fuck him.

Matthew 5:38-39
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Reply #49 posted 02/12/18 3:28pm

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RodeoSchro said:

morningsong said:

I hope they resolve this by the morning. Geesh, normally this stuff doesn't unnerve me, but I'm unnerved now.




It will never be "resolved". Markets never are.

What we've seen is a return of volatility. For the last 8 years, the market was pretty steady. It went up consistently, with no real spikes in movement. That's what you want.

But now, our genius president has reintroduced volatility. It jumps up! It crashes down! At the end of the day, he might have a positive return for the length of his presidency. However, mathematics show that you make more money with less volatility.

My advice is either hang on (he won't be president forever, right? Right?!?); or sell now and come back later. Investors almost certainly have profits they can take right now.

Hopefully he won't make it till the end of this year.

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Reply #50 posted 02/12/18 3:29pm

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13cjk13 said:

DiminutiveRocker said:

By all means - let's have a parade neutral


From today's NYT:

President Trump on Monday sent Congress a $4.4 trillion budget with steep cuts in domestic programs and entitlements, including Medicare, and large increases for the military, envisioning deficits totaling at least $7.1 trillion over the next decade.

The blueprint, which has little to no chance of being enacted as written, amounts to a vision statement by Mr. Trump, whose plan discards longtime Republican orthodoxy about balancing the budget.

https://www.nytimes.com/2...f=headline

Fuck him.

I second that emotion....

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Reply #51 posted 02/12/18 8:12pm

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jjhunsecker said:

13cjk13 said:

Fuck him.

I second that emotion....

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Reply #52 posted 02/12/18 10:02pm

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I heard the one Prince bootleg song Trump has is "Big Tall Wall"

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Reply #53 posted 02/13/18 8:31am

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Stop counting part time and low wage work and the numbers would be awful.

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Reply #54 posted 02/15/18 1:33pm

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poppys said:

jjhunsecker said:

I second that emotion....

grouphug

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Reply #55 posted 02/15/18 4:14pm

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ufoclub said:

I heard the one Prince bootleg song Trump has is "Big Tall Wall"


He hates Donald Trump Black Version. He called it ‘fake news’.
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Reply #56 posted 03/02/18 8:32am

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Here come the steel and aluminum tariffs! Which are an incredibly bad deal.

Nixon tried them. All we got was a decade of stagflation and a decimated steel industry.

George W. Bush tried them. They only lasted 20 months but cost us 200,000 jobs - more than all the jobs in the steel industry at that time.

We have fewer workers in the steel industry today.

The cost of everything that isn't 100% plastic or paper is going to go up. Probably not what you want in a period where the Federal Reserve has stated it's going to raise interest rates because of inflationary pressures.

No one on our genius president's economic team is in favor of these tariffs except Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross - who made his money in the steel industry ($260 million to be exact, although not all of that was his). How did he do it?

https://www.forbes.com/si...69d73423ff

  • 2002 and 2003: Forms International Steel Group, combining bankrupt LTV Corp., Acme Steel and Bethlehem Steel, the manufacturer of the steel that went into such massive structures as the Golden Gate Bridge. Though it's in effect for less than two years, Ross benefits from President George Bush's 30% tariff on imported steel implemented in March 2002; the price of domestic steel goes up 25% in that time.
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