Thursday, September 13, 2007

 

Quick Alert: More Fucktards on CNBC

I love it when they have nonsensical fools on CNBC.

Since when is it Fed policy to not stimulate the economy?

Isn't the whole fucking point of life to grow?

If the economy is in the shitter, why not feed it with cheap money?

See, the problem with these talking heads is they are scared to take a stand. They are pussies and they want it both ways.

YOU CAN'T HAVE IT BOTH WAYS.

Fly Advice: Either you're right or you're wrong. Quit trying to please everyone.

Comments:
Exactly the reason I am watching military style full on AK-47 SWAT team war in Miami on FoxNews. Fuck CNBC, I get dumber and make too many mistakes watching fat old musty cunts all day. When has Doug Kass ever made money, given that we are at all time highs doesn't make much sense to be net short the market now does it fucktard.
 
Looking forward to the new Fox Business channel. Hopefully it will be much better. CNBC is just horrible. Nice blog, I added you to my blog roll.
 
I'll have it every way I can. Long live CNBC and Hillary.
 
the answer to the housing crisis is here folks:

http://www.ricflairfinance.com/
 
Fed is privately owned folks.

http://tinyurl.com/2wu62m
 
"If the economy is in the shitter, why not feed it with cheap money?"

Look at Japan, please. The US could easily have deflation if Ben fires up the helicopter...

I bet you understand these dynamics. I'm not bearshitting anybody here but there are bigger issues at stake than simply wanting the Fed to provide a bull market from time to time.

Whatever they do, there's an astounding number of relevant instruments to trade. Simply buying stocks isn't one of them.
 
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