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Bargains to be had...!!! Keep ur chin UP!!!

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Old 10-11-2018, 09:01 AM
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Slight correction in progress on Wall Street yesterday and today,,, BUT,,,,
Keep watchin' it'll be a great time to invest and pick up some undervalued companies when the dust settles,
I'm optimistic and have my eye on a few stocks that will be great values very, very soon.

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Are you sure about that.

Problem arising is that #45 has SO damaged our foreign relationships that our Bonds are becoming less and less desirable to international buyers. Rates gotta go up to make them more interesting.

Mortgage rates are going double soon and car loans will be getting closer to 10%.

Here it comes.

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Old 10-11-2018, 10:02 AM
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Market corrections give you a window of time to get a stock a little cheaper for a quick profit, Happens all the time.
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Market corrections give you a window of time to get a stock a little cheaper for a quick profit, Happens all the time.
Yep,, good time to put some $$$ to work in the market. October is historically known for being a time of corrections, when and if they happen.
I think Trump is correct about the Federal Reserve, the rate hikes are coming too fast and thick.. enough already.....
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america is the new hot emerging market.....how this happened since trump being president was going to crash all the markets, its quite odd.

The raising rates do kind of suck.....is it sound economic policy or just an FU to trump I have yet to figure out though.
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Old 10-11-2018, 10:10 AM
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Originally Posted by NeverWill View Post
Are you sure about that.

Problem arising is that #45 has SO damaged our foreign relationships that our Bonds are becoming less and less desirable to international buyers. Rates gotta go up to make them more interesting.

Mortgage rates are going double soon and car loans will be getting closer to 10%.

Here it comes.

TYS
Well the Fed needs to take into account all the reconstruction loans that the SE coastal communities from TX to VA are going to need to rebuild after the devastating storms.. Higher interest rates will only slow and stifle the recon efforts,,,,,,,
The rate hikes need to stop.
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It is totally #45's fault for this meltdown.

Goes both ways you know.
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Old 10-11-2018, 10:30 AM
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Originally Posted by NeverWill View Post
Are you sure about that.

Problem arising is that #45 has SO damaged our foreign relationships that our Bonds are becoming less and less desirable to international buyers. Rates gotta go up to make them more interesting.

Mortgage rates are going double soon and car loans will be getting closer to 10%.

Here it comes.

TYS
I would normally say "you just can't make this kinda stuff up." But then, you do. For a CFO, you continue to demonstrate your ignorance about the financial world. In your world, everything is tied to either Trump, Obama or Hillary. There is no big picture view for you because you're stuck repeating the same tired and wrongful lines, just like a broken record.

Presidents like Trump or Obama either create a favorable business and economic environment or they don't. Trump has and Obama did not. Also-rans like Hillary create a lot of chatter and fluff but don't accomplish much. In her specific case, if she had won, it would have been her version of Obama-lite and thus she would not have created a favorable business or economic environment. But none of that stuff matters to you as long as you can run up and take further swings at the at your falsely constructed cyber pinata from the comforting anonymity of your computer. Even Bill Clinton eventually figured out it was the economy. You have not and continue to display a shocking ignorance about how an economy works.
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Originally Posted by TexasGulf3 View Post
Well the Fed needs to take into account all the reconstruction loans that the SE coastal communities from TX to VA are going to need to rebuild after the devastating storms.. Higher interest rates will only slow and stifle the recon efforts,,,,,,,
The rate hikes need to stop.
You must know best?
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Why is it that when the real results of his work start to show themselves everyone becomes and Economist and knows better and continues to blindly listen to #45. When the market was going up at the tail end of the BHO market (created on average 20,000 more jobs per month than #45) it was all because of his greatness.

The Trillion Dollar deficit is a big problem considering it was due to Permanent tax giveaways that didn't move the needle(actually down) on jobs creation.

Oh well, I have been on the sidelines in Bonds for months now. Traded UVXY to a great fortune lately.
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