Are Global Markets Too Complacent?

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Max Metals
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Are Global Markets Too Complacent?

Postby Max Metals » 12 August 2016

This is the same thing that happwnd in 1929. A lot of people then invested in the stock market, generally workers with litle to no experience. For a while stock prices did go up because of the money that floded the market. The the crash happend and a lot of people lost their money. Also banks and companied invested in stocks heavely beliving that they can create money from money. After that the reality came and beat them hard. Here is a good example why economic history should be mandatory in scools because we see the same mistakes made over and over.

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Re: Are Global Markets Too Complacent?

Postby Gold Jodie » 16 August 2016

Informative and interesting. Expect corrections short term but long term trend is up. Technical analysis is not 100% accurate. If it was everybody would stop using fundamental analysis. Technical always breaks down when large amounts of capital flows moves into or out of markets from around the planet. When you see other markets like in Europe or South America or Japan keep falling, capital flows are moving out and they need a place to park and that is currently the US.

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Re: Are Global Markets Too Complacent?

Postby Golden Bull » 16 August 2016

Gold Jodie wrote:Informative and interesting. Expect corrections short term but long term trend is up. Technical analysis is not 100% accurate. If it was everybody would stop using fundamental analysis. Technical always breaks down when large amounts of capital flows moves into or out of markets from around the planet. When you see other markets like in Europe or South America or Japan keep falling, capital flows are moving out and they need a place to park and that is currently the US.


It would be ideal, I cannot account for others corruption. Your sentence implies that only socialists are corrupt and that corrupt socialists are the only problem. I like your method though, ask an impossible question and act as if you've proven a point, nice!

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Re: Are Global Markets Too Complacent?

Postby SilverSnake » 23 August 2016

Gold Jodie wrote:Informative and interesting. Expect corrections short term but long term trend is up. Technical analysis is not 100% accurate. If it was everybody would stop using fundamental analysis. Technical always breaks down when large amounts of capital flows moves into or out of markets from around the planet. When you see other markets like in Europe or South America or Japan keep falling, capital flows are moving out and they need a place to park and that is currently the US.


Jodie,

It's still shocking to me that the Fed is privately owned and whoever they are have the right to create money, not report it, and lend it to all of us with interest.

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Re: Are Global Markets Too Complacent?

Postby Thornside » 27 August 2016

Doesn't this prove the these powerful people in the U.S. makes the U.S. all show no substance. Do not believe the American propaganda, big business and governments have always been corrupt.

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Re: Are Global Markets Too Complacent?

Postby BullionGhost » 08 November 2016

It is getting worse. I haven't had a raise in years. And bills keep going up.


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