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    Default Could Fed be Wrong About a Rate Cut?

    The Federal Reserve may not need to be cutting rates in today’s market environment, said Peter Tuchman, NYSE trader of Quattro M Securities.
    “The market is trading at record highs. Does it need a stimulus now? So, basically, economic data that’s coming out right now doesn’t seem like it should be pointing in that direction. It seems that for the first time in many, many years, it’s a decision based on forward looking sentiment,” Tuchman told Kitco News.




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    How any of there "experts" can so totally ignore the across the board upside down P&E ratios and negative growth is ludicrous.


    The fed had nowhere else to bailout QE than to give it to banks, who promptly parked it in the stock market, ignoring companies actual profitability, then turn around and say to everyone !"Look, the dow is to the moon!"

    Like all the idiots buying Uber and Lyft stock, when those companies are literal money losing black hole companies to the tune of billions of dollars, with ZERO likelihood that their business plan will ever turn a black dime.


    What a bunch of Marroons!!(said in Mel Blanc's bugs bunny voice)

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    Lower rates won't help whats coming........They can cut all they want....... That is the problem they have now.....Panic will start to set in... Any knock downs in the price of metals is a buying opportunity.

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    Could the Fed be wrong...
    The title could have stopped right there.

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    FED has their reasons and we can not grasp it clearly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silver and Gold View Post
    Lower rates won't help whats coming........They can cut all they want....... That is the problem they have now.....Panic will start to set in... Any knock downs in the price of metals is a buying opportunity.
    Panic!!!!
    OMG!!!
    LOL...
    x3

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    Quote Originally Posted by shades View Post
    How any of there "experts" can so totally ignore the across the board upside down P&E ratios and negative growth is ludicrous.


    The fed had nowhere else to bailout QE than to give it to banks, who promptly parked it in the stock market, ignoring companies actual profitability, then turn around and say to everyone !"Look, the dow is to the moon!"

    Like all the idiots buying Uber and Lyft stock, when those companies are literal money losing black hole companies to the tune of billions of dollars, with ZERO likelihood that their business plan will ever turn a black dime.


    What a bunch of Marroons!!(said in Mel Blanc's bugs bunny voice)
    You might be wrong about Uber and Lyft. They have brilliant software technology at this point, and what they've done for transportation in cities is incredible. Who knew we could convenient rides any time we wanted faster and cleaner than government-established monopoly cab companies? Uber especially changed the world.

    They're not profitable yet, but Amazon and Netflix took a while to turn a profit too.
    Last edited by Phronesis; 08-02-2019 at 03:48 PM. Reason: Typo

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    They always cut when they know, and they know. Soft landings, can they get it right it this time, can we play the eventual downturn, and then the upturn and get richer along the way is the question.

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