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I will talk a little about this in tonight's Radio Free Wall Street podcast now uploading.

 

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Widget sez - restest or die...

 

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Here's a different perspective. If the red and blue oscillators turn up from around the zero line, we go up large again.

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I just love this jshot thing.

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How would the mechanics of a default occur; wouldn't people on the other side of the transaction only take something physical like gold (or whiskey, food, etc..), which would crash the prices of everything in dollars? In other words, if I had something for sale, I would pull my asking price in dollars and not take dollars at any price if I couldn't do anything with them

 

I need to think more about this... is it possible to compare anything historically to get an idea?

I'd imagine once US default became a real enough possibility in the minds of enough interested parties, it wouldn't take long before there were no one to take the other side of the transaction.

 

It would be disorderly, nonlinear, and disruptive in the extreme.

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I'd imagine once US default became a real enough possibility in the minds of enough interested parties, it wouldn't take long before there were no one to take the other side of the transaction.

 

It would be disorderly, nonlinear, and disruptive in the extreme.

no need to default, all the U.S. owes is "dollars", which can be printed for free in maSS quantities

so U.S. has no problem

let's print a few Trillion more tonight!

it's all free baby

it's all good

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Philly, PA gov't jacks taxpayers to cover public salaries, benefits and pensions

 

The bill authorizes the city to increase its sales tax from 7 percent to 8 percent for five years and stretch out its pension contributions to generate $700 million to balance its budget.

 

Organized labor groups leaders joined House Democratic leaders at a news conference celebrating the bill's passage.

 

The Senate voted 32-17 to approve the bill one day before layoff notices were to be sent to nearly 3,000 employees of Pennsylvania's largest city, including more than 850 police officers and firefighters.

 

City police Commissioner Charles Ramsey said, "I don't even want to think about what would have happened, had this not gone through." :rolleyes:

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Radio Free Wall Street 9/17/09

Lee Adler, Aaron Krowne, and Russ Winter discuss the barbell trade, and why it will lead to no good end. Lee Adler discusses how Fed and Treasury actions are likely to impact the market. The unemployment data isn?€™t as bad as it sounds. It?€™s worse.

 

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[snip]How would the mechanics of a default occur;

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... is it possible to compare anything historically to get an idea?

 

"These models ... suggest that a currency crisis is brought on by a combination of high debt, low foreign reserves, falling government revenue, increasing expectations of devaluation, and domestic borrowing constraints."

 

St Louis Fed (Abbigail J. Chiodo is a senior research associate and Michael T. Owyang

is an economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.) Paper

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I just love this jshot thing.

 

 

If you like JShot, then you might also like FastStone Image Viewer

 

Very powerful image viewer/editor/archiverr.

 

Also for video: VLC

Plays just about anything you can throw at it.

And can broadcast it over your LAN.

 

The free /no-adware software list just goes on and on...

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Sy Harding Says

 

"Weekly patterns:

This is the week of this quarter’s quadruple-witching expirations (which take place tomorrow). The historical pattern is that when options expirations weeks are positive, the following week is frequently negative, giving back the gains." http://syhardingblog.com/new/

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Market Update – Professional Edition

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