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Stocks- U.S. Futures Flat as FOMC Meeting Begins
Stocks- U.S. Futures Flat as FOMC Meeting Begins By Investing.com - 22 hours ago

Investing.com – U.S. futures pointed to a slightly higher opening bell on Tuesday as investors wait for trade developments and the Federal Reserve begins its two-day policy...

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Claude Vachon
Claude Vachon Jul 04, 2018 21:20
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I wonder how many of you out there feel that a stock market Crash is imminent like I do.
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Claude Vachon
Claude Vachon Apr 18, 2018 8:39
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The chart is locked in a steep channel. 1st break through watch out.. markets today is just like Las Vegas. Do I need to say more, all in either black or red, odds or even, or bull or bear. Just staying short or a margin call is the hard part. Never a true loss till one is forced to buy or sell.. but tough to hold on when your $ is locked in a vice.. and slowly the bones break. Ouch.. just so painful when the margin builds momentum.. Everyone running from one side of the ship to the next.. and when that sea sickness kicks in, everyone is off balance. All before a market crash.
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Ross Edwards
Ross Edwards Feb 08, 2018 0:05
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Hard for you to comprehend yet you still have a strong opinion on it...$20 trillion is nothing. the USA will  produce $25 trillion of gdp by 2020.Inflation is designed to inflate out of debt.
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Robert Hakker Feb 08, 2018 0:05
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Inflation drives up the cost of debt which is especially concerning as rates rise, the cost to borrow will probably make Treasury buyers think.  As rates rise are treasury holders going to hold on to low interest rate paper or sell  at a higher rate for next issue?  Either is a loss.  Government has never paid off their debt, so when anyone can not service their debt, nobody will lend to them.  The flow to corporate debt is already starting - bonds are done.  Another thing, the GDP calc includes government, so it's flawed.  How about if everyone worked for the government then 100% of our GDP would be government costs and we wouldn't have to produce/manufacture/service anything, PRESTO!
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John are Dec 21, 2017 16:06
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It’s hard for me to comprehend the height of the US markets and no one saying or writing about the depth of 20 trillion plus and now add on the new tax relief for the ????. Is there’s something wrong my logic, must be!!
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Claude Vachon Dec 21, 2017 10:45
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You know what I don't get. The markets go up and up and up.. and it's like the roaring 20's all over again.. and how did that end.. people - jumping off of bridges and buildings.. could not cope to only loose $ - what would be the effect today.. all time hight now where the most highest % of the populous in the markets. More have more to loose today than ever.. How tough people were in the 20's -- short answer a lot more tough than today by a large margin.. today were mostly spoiled.. any market collapse today.. wow.. it would be like the end of the world..Are National debt's world wide is at at peek -all time high's. --too me this sounds like a shell game.. yet the markets are up at all time highs.. Can't go forever.. some day.. it's going to collapse...Do you see the problem here.. I do so clearly.. yet the game continues.. .Insane times.. that ((always)) ends BAD. Look at history to confirm this.. time and time again..
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Robert Hakker Dec 21, 2017 10:45
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True.  There's two sides to the market, government and private.  Rising interest rates will scare everyone away from government debt and kick them to the door.  Equity prices will zoom up but monetary problems probably screw everybody.  Anyone thinking a warehouse full of Kraft Mac & Cheese?  Strap in, this is going to be a ride like no other.
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Kayn Bee Nov 09, 2017 13:52
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Close 2576 ?
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Robert Hakker Oct 27, 2017 12:04
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Looking at this Member's Sentiments, 42% are bearish.  I assume the meter means for one month from now, not month ending?
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guy pantel Nov 17, 2016 10:49
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Lloyd Ruskin May 23, 2016 6:54
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Viewing theS&P500 at the end of May 2016, it seems to have met resistance at about 2100 around the end of April and has been trending down since that time. Looking at the daily candlestick chart there may be a head and shoulders forming with a general trend downwards since the beginning of May. Given the long tails on the candlestick there seems to be some support around 2030. If this support is passed we may see this stock index moving to lower levels in the months ahead.
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Drew Morana May 23, 2016 6:54
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All news for the last week of May has casued a spike which experts are leaning on and broadcasting that the move will continue to 2150. Lloyd I believe your assessment is the most accurate and this hype will quicky correct itself.
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prob got 1 last burst up before bear central
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