Global stocks, euro climb after Fed; long bonds slump

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AshMess wrote:

Gain on speculation of a ‘stimulus’ (they never work except short term) is ephemeral. It’s time for long-range thinking, not momentary ‘gain’. Gamblers all.

Dec 12, 2012 9:26am EST  --  Report as abuse

More “Theft by Government”.
Taxation without Representation.
A low-class under-handed way to tax us more.
No “due process of law”.
Must we SECEDE?
We have 2nd-Amendment Rights for a reason.

Dec 12, 2012 10:54am EST  --  Report as abuse
ZackShoemaker wrote:

Buying mortgage-debt, buying bonds, buying whatever is not in demand presently. That’s not capitalism, it’s faulty Keynesianism. We can’t save money without an interest rate, if we can’t exponentially grow our money, with giving it to the greedy to play with, how are we going to prosper without manipulating our markets like others, who we despise at times, manipulate their currencies? We can’t, it’s a joke, stop letting the FED print money, highjack the interest rate, and buy stuff no one wants. This isn’t capitalism.

Dec 12, 2012 11:00am EST  --  Report as abuse
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