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Discussion in 'News / Current Events' started by InTheLight, Mar 2, 2015.
Thread title pretty much says all you need to know.
(Detractors may now rain on the parade.)
Do you think that it is mostly "quantitative easing"?
So that means retirement accounts are likely increasing in value. That's good, isn't it?
Only if they haven't been looted by the time you get to use them.
Yes it does. Numbers don't lie. :applause:
Well, it works for me.:thumbsup:
You need a link:
some think it's a bubble but 52% of all adult Americans are invested in the stock market to a degree - through owning common stocks, through mutual funds, through their 401ks, etc . . .
Yes, and here is a link to the famous obscenity-free version of "Quantitative Easing Explained" on YouTube (6:48 minutes). It is believed by experts that talking bears facilitate learning :laugh::
Yep. Until the next crash. And there will be one.
Good news isn't usually well received here.
We received the same type of good news about the economy just before Henry Paulson promised the end of the world if Washington didn't bail out the global bankers.
Let them rely solely on Social Security then.