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re: Denmark is often cited as the socialist model - wutangfinancial
[quote]US embargos brought the country to it's knees.[/quote] Be specific...
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re: Stock market just fell off a cliff... -1,193.70 - wutangfinancial
We were in a manufacturing recession in 2015 and 2016 but muh stock market...
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re: Stock market just fell off a cliff... -1,193.70 - wutangfinancial
He's talking about the non-qe QE. The repo balance sheet expansion. They took on over $400B in securities which completley wiped out any tightening that occured during the Trump term. This sell-off is not Corona induced it's the Fed's forward guidance on repo operations for April. Their last minu...
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re: Wow! What a day! - wutangfinancial
[quote]BA @ $288[/quote] :speechless: Looking at MA and FB today. Not in a rush though....
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re: MLS owners predict league will surpass MLB - wutangfinancial
I'm old enough to remember when lacrosse was supposed to be the most popular sport for high school boys in the 2020s. This is about that level of probability....
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re: fox reporting that if every American emptied their savings and paid 100% - wutangfinancial
Dude you have like 7 posts. What's up bernie bot loser :rotflmao: You must be retarded. Explain how the the debt went from $10T to $20+T from 2008-2016. You are such a light weight, nice deflection. I'm sure you also support the entitlement expansion driving the deficit as well. GFY....
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re: fox reporting that if every American emptied their savings and paid 100% - wutangfinancial
Can you explain with facts, how the deficit was halved and the outstanding debt on current liabilities almost doubled? Can you also use the CBO facts about what's driving the deficit? TIA...
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re: insane. Cost of all Bernie’s plans: 97 trillion, would bring govt spending to 70% of gdp - wutangfinancial
I have a hard time agreeing with you. I live in uptown and there are so many libs who are well off, save and invest and own property. Implying they are paying more than me. They are voting for a more moral government, regardless of what actually possible or financially feasible. Unfortunately its t ...
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re: It's never been this hard for companies to find qualified workers - wutangfinancial
[quote]business will have to figure out ways to maintain profit with higher expenses[/quote] Actually I've experienced companies giving non-monetary benefits to stay competitive. My department just got approved to work at home 2 days/week and doing so makes it more difficult to leave unless the c...
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re: insane. Cost of all Bernie’s plans: 97 trillion, would bring govt spending to 70% of gdp - wutangfinancial
[quote]People vote with their wallets[/quote] If you still believe this after half of the democrat voters have chosen a guy trotting a $90T spending plan then you are close to a lost cause. They're voting for what they think is a "moral" government even though their morals are bankrupt....
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re: insane. Cost of all Bernie’s plans: 97 trillion, would bring govt spending to 70% of gdp - wutangfinancial
Check out Argentina's economy. Printing money for the people has never and will never work. Especially with India and China with massive economic headwinds....
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re: Bernie releases “details” of how he will pay for his proposals - wutangfinancial
[quote]How the Tax on Extreme Wealth Would Work[/quote] That's cute. You'd also have to amend the Constitution. Good luck to those people. ...
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re: Bernie releases “details” of how he will pay for his proposals - wutangfinancial
LMAO active trade volumes just go to zero. Great plan....
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re: UK mulling over training nurses to do surgery due to wait times - wutangfinancial
Why would you? Cap at $100k here and every competent MD is jumping on some regional corporate sales job for pharma or med devices making quadruple that. I love when government's disincentive quality. ...
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re: Is Texas really turning blue/purple? - wutangfinancial
It's mostly Republican voters leaving New York and California moving to Florida and Texas. It's just a narrative people have ran with. ...
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re: Is Texas really turning blue/purple? - wutangfinancial
Are people leaving Oregon? I have never heard that before. Is it mostly Seattle people?...
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re: Millennials voting for Sanders - wutangfinancial
[quote]In their defense, boomer politicians screwed them hard. [/quote] Boomer politicians made the mistake of assuming the boomer population size was any where close to replaceable. Mix that in with progressive policies and you get the 2020 U.S. economy :cheers: Bernie is more of the same with ...
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re: Millennials voting for Sanders - wutangfinancial
[quote]Millennials voting for Sanders[/quote] Probably the dumbest block of voters in the history of Presidential elections. They are voting to double their taxes during peak earning years, and on top of that, they are wanting to tax their parents (the rich) who will be passing down trillions in ...
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