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THE SUDDEN PANIC _ AN ANALYSIS

 

I think the quick down will be followed by a quick up as this mini panic sought of subsides.

 

But longer term this is signalling a stagflationary "recovery".

 

Not good for bonds or stocks really (but always worse for bonds).

 

The alternatives are default or inflate.

 

And inflate is always the preferred alternative.

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THE SUDDEN PANIC _ AN ANALYSIS

 

I think the quick down will be followed by a quick up as this mini panic sought of subsides.

 

But longer term this is signalling a stagflationary "recovery".

 

Not good for bonds or stocks really (but always worse for bonds).

 

The alternatives are default or inflate.

 

And inflate is always the preferred alternative.

 

Great for the high frequency traders who will catch both sides of the move.

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The 20 "Most Miserable Cities" in America:

 

1. Cleveland

2. Stockton, Calif.

3. Memphis, Tenn.

4. Detroit

5. Flint, Mich.

6. Miami

7. St. Louis

8. Buffalo, N.Y.

9. Canton, Ohio

10. Chicago

11. Modesto, Calif.

12. Akron, Ohio

13. Kansas City

14. Rockford, Ill.

15. Toledo, Ohio

16. New York City

17. Sacramento, Calif.

18. Youngstown, Ohio

19. Gary, Ind.

20. Philadelphia

 

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What's up with it?

In IE I could not see any of the posts unless I clicked in the fast reply box and then scrolled back up.I am on firefox right now and it seems ok.

 

weird

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The fed's been talking about the rate hike for quite some time.

I'm wondering if this is it for the EUR...wonder if European central bank will follow with some sort of hike of their own.

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Maybe crude put some kind of top in today. Much of this run up has been in the face of an appreciating dollar and bearish inventory reports. Might Banana Ben put this top in?

 

 

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