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May 42, 2020 Survey- How Many Days in May?

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Impressive. 5 day cycle projection 3000. 

 

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Jp6,

nice charts, thanks!

I wonder how miners will perform. In the 1930s they performed well, but we are not in the 1930s...

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The allocation of scarce capital to productive purposes through our free market system is truly ideal & optimized to afford the greatest number the greatest welfare.

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26 minutes ago, Jimi said:

The allocation of scarce capital to productive purposes through our free market system is truly ideal & optimized to afford the greatest number the greatest welfare.

Truth, justice, and the American way. 

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2 minutes ago, BreakOut said:

What does it cost to rehypothecate nowadays?

I've never done drugs so I wouldn't know.  

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3000 was the line in the sand. They'll pin it there. 

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12 minutes ago, BreakOut said:

Resubstantiate, I should have said.  Got mixed up.

The US is Recovidating. 

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Every time they poke their head up, it gets slammed. 

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1 hour ago, Jimi said:

The allocation of scarce capital to productive purposes through our free market system is truly ideal & optimized to afford the greatest number the greatest welfare.

That's from the days when capital was scarce. Now capital is unlimited, for some.  With unlimited capital there is nothing  ̶w̶e̶  they can't do. Send people to Mars for instance. 

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The stock market spent the day recovidating. 

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