This is speculation on my part, but it does seem reasonable. Wall Street is anticipating something positive and it’s not in the economy. Maybe the Tobin tax has something to do with it.
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It’s a war out there: a war of perceptions. Reality doesn’t matter. The perception of reality does.
Surveys like these make me nervous. I am always asking are they real, are they true, can they be counted upon to tell the real story, the whole story? Lots of people take them as gospel.
My Honda is better than your Honda.
Paul Farrell has just the man to replace Ben Bernanke as Head of the Fed when his term expires next year. Wait ’til you see who he has in mind.
Perhaps the recession call by ECRI was wrong after all. Walmart is growing at four times the rate of the overall US economy, as evidenced by its latest annual report.
Higher taxes on the wealthy will hardly impact their lifestyles. The real impact will be on those who won’t be working at jobs that won’t be created, or enjoying the benefits of opportunities forgone.
Time Warner’s shrinkage is long overdue in my opinion. It has served as a mouthpiece for the establishment elite for decades, but the internet “reformation” is taking no prisoners as it continues to decimate the MSM.
Some argue that right-to-work laws and improved economies aren’t related. But these numbers are impressive.
I think he is excessively optimistic. But the opportunities are there.