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    David Stockman: America Now Lives Under A 'Perverted Regime'


  • #2
    Would the next POTUS would reign in the Fed or will they be allowed to invest in Equity/Stocks to boost the market as supposedly the next plan is suppose to be ?

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    • #3
      David Stockman-Trumped! A Nation On The Brink Of Ruin & How to Bring It Back

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      • #4
        David Stockman Unplugged: ‘Casino Capitalism Fueling Mutant Markets’

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        • #5
          David Stockman What the Fed and the Feds Have Done to Us, and How to Reverse It

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          • #6
            Robert Kiyosaki & David Stockman discuss the biggest scams in U S history – past, present & future

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            • #7
              David Stockman: Donald Trump's Right- Everything Rigged Against US Middle Class

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              • #8
                Tons of Black Swans could Cause Coming Market Crash - David Stockman's Dire Statement

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                • #9
                  David Stockman: National debt is ticking time bomb

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                  • #10
                    I would rewind some of this mentality.

                    Despite:

                    Nearly of MSM being in Hillary's side.
                    Nearly all of polling companies
                    Nearly all corporate donors.
                    Nearly all celebrities (for what they are worth)
                    All of wall st including goldman Sachs.
                    A vast discrepancy in campaign spending.

                    Trump won. Some faith in America restored.

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                    • #11
                      WHO...............

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Kilgor View Post
                        Trump won. Some faith in America restored.
                        Fuck you, you racist, misogynistic, homophobic, fascist, anti-semitic piece of shit! You are a stormtrooper for literally Hitler and you are making me cry so much for America and I am literally shaking right now!!!!!

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Vorph View Post

                          Fuck you, you racist, misogynistic, homophobic, fascist, anti-semitic piece of shit! You are a stormtrooper for literally Hitler and you are making me cry so much for America and I am literally shaking right now!!!!!
                          You missed white, he's got to be white too.

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                          • #14
                            I would be more worried for Trump because the entire Economic Failure of Obama and the failure that Obama inherited from GWB Jr ( 2008 Crash and Subsequent QE & NIRP/ZIRP ) etc would now be Trump job to clean.

                            There is no magic wand that Trump has that he can clean the mess of more than 16 years under GWB/Obama Economic Failure and the huge rise in Debt under them specially Obama.

                            If Trump Kicks Off Janet Yallen and he has criticised Yallen then appoints some one more capable say Jim or some one else then they will have to go through extended period of recession and stock market crash under his eyes . the recovery wont happen in the next 4-5 years and would take long time.

                            IF Trump chooses the easy way out like Obama did and sticks to his huge spending as he promised then this means Fed has to provide more stimulus for his spending then we will see Debt Zooming further North and if Fed increase interest even by small amount say 25 basis point , then this would put tremendous strain on the bond market and we might see the stock/bond market crash in the next 1-2 years.

                            It is a case of making choice of jumping in deep valley and sea ,Not that Trump is responsible for this in any way but then the crash would happen under his watch ( it could have been Hillary too ) but he has the envious task of carring it on his shoulder.

                            We are in 96 months of Business Cycle and we had no crash since 2008 and this is unusual even for marker normal business cycle not to crash every 7-8 years.

                            Trump has to be Really Lucky and May God Save him that a Crash and worst then 2008 would not happen under his watch.

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                              Ex-Fed Chairman Greenspan sees sluggish growth ahead, with signs of inflation

                              Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan told CNBC on Thursday the political structure has been in chaos for years, and fixing the economy will take tough political judgments.

                              "I think we're in a period, because of fiscal reasons, for a sluggish economic growth rate for a while, but superimposed on that are very early signs of a pickup in inflation," Greenspan said on "Squawk Box." "My concern now is actually stagflation."

                              "That pickup in inflation is going to move profit margins up temporarily. But it's a false dawn," he said.

                              Greenspan's concerns were in sharp contrast to the views of billionaire investor Stanley Druckenmiller, who told "Squawk Box" in an earlier interview Thursday he's "quite, quite optimistic" about the U.S. economy following the election of Donald Trump.

                              Fiscal policy, which has been gridlocked for years in Washington, needs to be "one, two, and three" on the list of reforms to jump-start the economy, said Greenspan. The emphasis on the Fed's monetary policy should be fourth on the list, he added.The soaring costs of entitlement programs, including Social Security and Medicare, must be reined in, said Greenspan. "If we don't bring that under control, everything else we're doing is irrelevant."


                              Greenspan also said he'd "love to see Dodd-Frank disappear." He called the regulations that were designed to reduce banking risk in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis a "disastrous mistake."

                              The 90-year-old economist led the Federal Reserve for 19 years under four presidents, from Ronald Reagan through George W. Bush.

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