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Credit Markets and a Quick Reflection onthe past months

October 16, 2008 – Comments (1)

Wow, this market has been brutal, but it has been coming for 5 years now, and we all knew it was inevitable, at least I hope. This past year has been interesting, between huge gains and lightning fast losses. Fellow Americans, we are in bad times, they say we are not in "recession" but 2002-2008 GDP growth was weak, while core inflation, thats with out food or energy grew faster. Thats a negative wage growth and a contraction in a real dollar value of the Us economy. Not only that but consumer prices grew. What is that, that means we are not growing, but actual contracting according to the real value of GDP. Please, cheap imports are unsustainable and will rise in order to keep profit margins, oil and energy are going to continue to rise to counter inflation, retail is going to slow because Us wages are not growing relative to the actual value of the dollar, State governments are raising taxes left and right to make up for budget shortages, personal debt is to large to sustain as paying off debt with a shrinking paycheck occurs, Dems want to tax more, and the governments debt is going out of control due to inflation and overspending, Illegals who are now out of work as unemployment rises and there is less need for them will suck more and more of the federal money and state money on welfare, and most importantly we will have to face the coming hardship. Together, we must work to repair this system and set the American dream free from the shackles of government.  [more]



Told You So: Why the Austrians are Right and the Keynsians are full of ****

October 06, 2008 – Comments (4) | RELATED TICKERS: GLD , GE , XOM

Financial Crisis and Recession




Bailouts will lead to rough economic ride

September 24, 2008 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: C , JPM , UBS

Commentary: Bailouts will lead to rough economic rideStory HighlightsRon Paul: Too much government meddling in economy caused crisis
Paul says the bailouts are another case of excessive intervention in economy
The government isn't letting the market adjust prices to lower levels, Paul says
Paul: Bailout will only increase financial instability in the long run
By Ron Paul
Special to CNN

Editor's note: Ron Paul is a Republican congressman from Texas who ran for his party's nomination for president this year. He is a doctor who specializes in obstetrics/gynecology and says he has delivered more than 4,000 babies. He served in Congress in the late 1970s and early 1980s and was elected again to Congress in 1996. Rep. Paul serves on the House Financial Services Committee.  [more]



ATWDLimited Files Chapter 11: My Fall from Grace

September 09, 2008 – Comments (3) | RELATED TICKERS: XOM , AAPL , MSFT

 After ignoring Caps and stocks this summer and selling my real holdings as soon as the commodity market peaked in July, I dropped like a rock. look how i died, i went from 6,000 to -1,600, a total loss of 7,600 points, the biggest collapse in CAPS history. I know you are probably thinking glad i was not that guy. Well my rank fell from top 100 to about 61000, and my investing prospects are at an all time low, but it will soon be time to buy up the good companies for a major discount. My advice to you is learn to sell on peaks, let this graph serve as an example of what it means to be martyr for holding on to peaked assets.  [more]



WOW, Big Cpas loss and Oil Drilling Games

July 26, 2008 – Comments (1) | RELATED TICKERS: XOM , BP

I decide to ignore Caps, and take it easy, pulled most of my holdings 2 weeks ago, waiting until at least late August, or latter to go back in, and I lose 4,000 Cpas points, harsh. Any way check this, it is oil drilling game, so now I can do what the lame pathetic government won't let me do.


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