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Thread: The Stock "Market" Will NEVER go down again..

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    Exclamation The Stock "Market" Will NEVER go down again..

    Right? Because it won't be Allowed to.. that is all.
    carry on..
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    Quote Originally Posted by silverone View Post
    Right? Because it won't be Allowed to.. that is all.
    carry on..
    wouldn't say so, its rise under circumstances wherein profits are nil or losses is a sign of inflation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silverone View Post
    Right? Because it won't be Allowed to.. that is all.
    carry on..
    Once we get a few more people believing this, that's when I'll be selling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silverone View Post
    Right? Because it won't be Allowed to.. that is all.
    carry on..
    26,490 Dow Right Now..

    it could Drop Several Thousand points and it would just come
    right straight back UP. we've seen it before more than a few times
    since 2014' IF we care to be Honest about it.. Right?
    Last edited by silverone; 04-26-2019 at 11:51 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by silverone View Post
    26,490 Dow Right Now..

    it could Drop Several Thousand points and it would just come
    right straight back UP. we've seen it before more than a few times
    since 2014' IF we care to be Honest about it.. Right?
    reality tells us that 2 + 2 is four, but Wall Street says it is five and will pay you five, so you better sell if you own such paper. Or what ?
    Of course you must own such paper in the first place.

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    Yes, it will keep going up, it may go sideways allot, and up and up for years on end, and even take a pretty good fall every time a recession comes a knocking. Then flush the crappy corporations out, merge up, buy out, and keep going. It's engineered to be quite the free for all. Maybe, with interest rates so low we may be able to stay in perpetual bull market, if interest is only a couple of percent, but stocks yield 4-6-10% how could it go down, to much money going into it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by everything1 View Post
    Yes, it will keep going up, it may go sideways allot, and up and up for years on end, and even take a pretty good fall every time a recession comes a knocking. Then flush the crappy corporations out, merge up, buy out, and keep going. It's engineered to be quite the free for all. Maybe, with interest rates so low we may be able to stay in perpetual bull market, if interest is only a couple of percent, but stocks yield 4-6-10% how could it go down, to much money going into it.
    Europe and North American stock markets are becoming a Japan. The Japanese CB has to buy every asset class to keep moving forward ( corporate and government bonds, stocks, ETF`s etc. )

    They are still nowhere near their market high many decades ago. They have the added bonus of a continuous current account surplus or they would have been done long ago.
    Markets driven by non market forces ( more and more) will eventually find their true market equilibrium, and it will not be higher. How long that takes is any ones guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brutus2 View Post
    Europe and North American stock markets are becoming a Japan. The Japanese CB has to buy every asset class to keep moving forward ( corporate and government bonds, stocks, ETF`s etc. )

    They are still nowhere near their market high many decades ago. They have the added bonus of a continuous current account surplus or they would have been done long ago.
    Markets driven by non market forces ( more and more) will eventually find their true market equilibrium, and it will not be higher. How long that takes is any ones guess.
    we are heading for a two tier economical system, a state ( CB ) controlled part of the main productive industries ( big and worldspanning companies ) and a still free more local taste tissue. It means we will partly sovieticize our world ( steered by our computerized political apparatchicks ) and partly keep a smallerscale but bankcontrolled economic tissue alive, tissueparts which will be incorporated in the sovietized system when " they " deem that some of those companies cannot be anymore out of their control.

    We know that in scandinavia banks keep the fate of some big companies in their hands and that the "owners" and official directors are mere bankpuppies. We went to such a situation the stealth way, Taxrules got them to overinvest and the lack of profits then played them in the hands of the banks via debt. Banks now HAVE to keep them alive because otherwise they have to write down the bankruptcy losses. Banks are on the one side trapped, but they know the CB will bail them out if only big enough. The point for them is to become too big to fail.
    That's why our economic system is now unable to adjust itself to demand, we have to produce against the wind if necessary because we cannot change anymore the speed of the moneyflows.

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