Makes me think things are worse then we know
JUST IN: JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon calls on the SEC to look into banning short sellers in bank stocks. Their trying to rig it now ... What makes them special?????
Silver the best!!
$USB T Bond is Falling hard
Bond yields are much less attractive than equity yields
Holy smokes - I just looked at a qoute for Platinum - I think I got in at 900 an ounce. Ive more than doubled my money. I bought millions of units of Platinum, Silver and Gold at www.vanguard.com. I call them "outside" derivatives because they are available to anyone and they are outside investment banks like (GS) Goldman Sachs and their own derivatives. I may use them to back some currencies but Im never going to cooperate with the Federal Reserve here in the United States. The FED looks pretty ignorant because they were sideswiped by me when I froze my assets. Interest rates collapsed when traders had a knee jerk reaction and money piled into bonds and it flattened the yield. This was after the FED lowered rates. The Federal Reserve is just a aggravation for us bankers - if supply and demand was the rule instead of setting rates we all would be wealthier even at the lowest income brackets. I own millions of inverse derivatives that move against the 10 and 30 year T-Bill. As T-Bills move down in price I make money. The population of the United States is mostly baby boomers and they own treasuries. As they sell their treasuries the price is going to move down. That is if we can get rid of the Federal Reserve. If you were paying attention to the black and white video through my right eye you heard that I said that the market would go sideways for 12-16 months and then resume its run. As a matter of fact it did exactly what I said it would do. Let me tell all you Americans what Im prepared to do - if you will do what I need you to do. Americans need to end the fed and nationalize the U.S. Dollar and then I would be will to back the U.S. Dollar in gold or gold derivatives once again. Think of it as a private placement of sorts - if you all cant cooperate with me for your own good then I will continue as I have - ruthless capitalism looking out for only me. #1
JUST IN: $USB Trump vs Biden: How Do Elections Affect the Stock Market?
We're counting down to Nov. 3. The election between Donald Trump and Joe Biden is one of the most anticipated elections in modern history. The only thing that holds more sway in the news is the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. With a ton of votes already in early, and polls opening Tuesday mornin...
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News: $USB 3 Moneymaker Stocks to Buy If the Market Crashes
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News: $USB U.S. Bancorp Launches Asset Backed Securitization Lending Business
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In case you are interested https://marketwirenews.com/news-releases/u-s-bancorp-launches-asset-backed-securitization-lending-business-7546844.html
Bond beating today...
There's quite a divergence underway among banks with Non-US banks shorting bonds across the board:
China Dumps $100 B in T-Bonds: This Road Leads to HYPERINFLATION!
Posted on August 28, 2015 by The Doc
In Case You Needed Any More Proof That There Is No Bond Market Liquidity Left...
Submitted by Tyler Durden on 07/22/2015 11:38 -0400
The $100 Trillion Bond Bubble Just Burst
Submitted by Phoenix Capital Research on 07/03/2015 20:26 -0400
now it looks good as long as it doesn't go under 10/ then we can say that inflation is out of the FEDs control and they will have to tap Volkner to come back and fix it again.
It is good start!
I must admit I have no experience in investing. I just went in for several meetings to prepare to buy mutual funds recently. My inexperience with all of this is showing significantly.
Based on their lack of specifics on government bailout funding, I think I will have to call myself bearish on any increases in interest rates on Treasury bonds.
Give us your take now after Geithner and Bernanke spoke today?