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    Exclamation The Fed lost control

    Gundlach:

    ----yield curve inversion
    ----rate cuts will not stop recession
    ----Fed policy is inconsistent, changing from meeting to meeting
    ----markets have reached their peaks before and now are going down
    ----own gold

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    Quote Originally Posted by oak333 View Post
    Gundlach:

    ----yield curve inversion
    ----rate cuts will not stop recession
    ----Fed policy is inconsistent, changing from meeting to meeting
    ----markets have reached their peaks before and now are going down
    ----own gold
    Here is the link:

    https://articles2.marketrealist.com/...eed&yptr=yahoo

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    They lost control a long time ago now.

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    Said best


    Gerald Celente Publisher, The Trends Journal
    The global economy is about to collapse into a depression worse than that of the 1930s, and its roots are deeper than trade wars, this according to Gerald Celente, publisher of The Trends Journal.
    “It’s one big scam, it’s ready to blow apart, it has almost nothing to do with trade wars and tariffs,
    ” Celente told Kitco News.
    The “Greatest Depression,” as Celente calls it, will likely strike after the 2020 presidential election, he said.

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    Gold standard will end the FED.
    What's the Frequency, Kenneth?

    432Hz

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    Fed will get Trump off their back as they will send the already declining economy into a deeper tail spin. Good bye Trump come the election ( As he gets blamed) then its back to business as usual ( Dems and Fed) without trump and his tweets.


    The Fed didn’t need to cut rates in July, Kansas City Fed president says


    Fed’s Harker doesn’t see need for another rate cut, says central bank should stay here ‘for a while’



    These idiots should have never raised rates in the first place but they had no choice as they will try to save pensions from blowing up but won't succeed at it. They are trapped

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