This is intended to be a forum for me to post chart ideas and hopefully receive feedback and stimulate discussion.It is not intended to constitute investment advice.
It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning. Henry Ford
''Are they finally going to have their moment ? (chart by Daneric)''No. Because the valuation of stocks impacts the capitalization of those companies (duh! :) ... ) and nobody wants problems in an international unstable environment. The costs are smaller than the short, medium and long term positive conditions. For some uninspired 'short' retailers do you think I will let the situation go chaotic? It's not an intitutional problem that the retailers are not rhyming to the market.Ben B.
you either have a free market system/capitalism etc or you don't...there's no in-between. The UK government (via the BoE) owns 1/3 of all its own bonds....how is that not a Ponzi ?
sometimes the free market capitalist system needs, in moments of crysis, direct intervention for continuous existence.it's not about conspiracy theories, it's not about "banksters", it's about a complex economic mechanism that deviated in the past and the problem wasn't resolved when it was the moment (the 1980's/1990's). Who on Earth, fully sane and not anarchist, would want now a 100% free market system? This crysis times will go and we will get back to the classic free market system. Now it would be pure insanity to play it by the rules ..... Maybe if some wise guy discovers something very important to make worldwide productivity explode (like the car, the general use of electricity, the PC, and so on...) that would balance the present economic relations. We don't need more money and more bankers, I agree, but first we should balance the real economy versus the financial economy. We need wise guys! Where are the wise guys ???? Ben B.
you mean Kyle Bass and jim Rogers and Nigel Farage ? :-)
:)no.I mean people like Ford and Edison! :)Ben B.