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Thread: Getting very Late in the Game...

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    26,411....................!!! Can it get Back to January 26th's 26,616???
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    one must ask oneself
    what are the odds of the Dow being higher than 26,411, in 3 years, then lower.

    Pick your asset mix in your portfolio according to that answer.

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    Up, up and away. Don't underestimate the power of QE. Government is the largest sector of the economy, debt parabolic, credit unlimited, money creation massive, where's it all going to go? Well, now even foreign banks, foreign governments are pouring money into equities. But, many are getting preferred shares, etc. They are even borrowing the money because you can borrow for a pittance yet earn 5-10% in equities. And, consumer based economies are growing, growing, growing, consumption and credit would need to contract. Long term interest rates on a downward trajectory as well, many countries are still at ZIRP still, some baniks are even moving towards charging instead of paying interest. For instance my CU, a tenth of a percent, that's losing not winning. Debtors are being rewarded handsomely, times have changed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by everything1 View Post
    Up, up and away. Don't underestimate the power of QE. Government is the largest sector of the economy, debt parabolic, credit unlimited, money creation massive, where's it all going to go? Well, now even foreign banks, foreign governments are pouring money into equities. But, many are getting preferred shares, etc. They are even borrowing the money because you can borrow for a pittance yet earn 5-10% in equities. And, consumer based economies are growing, growing, growing, consumption and credit would need to contract. Long term interest rates on a downward trajectory as well, many countries are still at ZIRP still, some baniks are even moving towards charging instead of paying interest. For instance my CU, a tenth of a percent, that's losing not winning. Debtors are being rewarded handsomely, times have changed.
    quite true, the funniest is the low rates, you borrow low, invest in stocks. Stocks go up because demand is high and without knowing it, you and the world have invented the financial perpetuum mobile...and by the same confined inflation into stockvalues.

    Golditiki2+++

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    26,639.....................!!! AND Just Like That. There it is!
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    The Fed WILL add another 0.25% Today?
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    They did, we knew the would, then the stock market when puhh a little bit more in distaste.

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    u.s. 10 year Bond at 3.21........ unless I am Mistaken I think this is supposed to matter.
    to someone.. somewhere.. somehow?
    it could even Affect the NUMBERS being shown on the stock "market" IF it continues to Rise!
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    That bond yield shouldn't go up to much more, the trend has been down since 1980. IMF is still putting warnings out, they seem to be implying that the world is essentially fiscally stupid.

    https://www.theguardian.com/business...crash-says-imf

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