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Hyperinflation? Isn’t 99 cents less then the current price of a package? Size doesn’t mater to the CPI
about 13 hours ago
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I mean my personal forecast is there won't be anything regarding tapering until early 2022 but JPOW did reiterate that this depends on the job report and CPI. Unless those two turn out to be terrible then they will not do it at all in 2021.
2 days ago
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Why doesn’t one of these reporters ask how inflation is even measured given the fact that the CPI has been massively understated in the past two decades
2 days ago
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>CPI If I had to choose, I'd rather pay (evade) taxes and nuke China. Disease and financial problems SOLVED
3 days ago
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We are due for a pullback, maybe not a full blown sell off, but seriously we have so many headwinds 1. Government instability (The US has a man with dementia in the White House) 2. Government Policy (The Fed/Treasury Department printing money like crazy) 3. Rising CPI: Everything from cars to houses to Cheese Burgers are going up faster than wages 4. Something called Evergrande in a place called China (don't ask me, I only speak English and some poor Spanish) 5. The Gamma and Mu variants of the 'Rona that seem to "Breakthrough" vaccines making the jab ineffective 6. Cooler weather in the northern hemisphere, which leads to normal amounts of increased illness in an already sickness-terror driven world Tailwinds 1. Christiano Ronaldo is doing work again at Old Trafford
3 days ago
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I was with you until the part about CPI not being a sham. It's just as manipulated as any other government statistic. Everything else is good, though.
4 days ago
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We all know the MM move the market to their advantage if they can even if so slightly. All August I've been seeing headlines how September is the worst month in the year for stocks. The correction is around the corner! CPI and inflation data announcement last week. Then the quad witching event and Evergrande happen at the same time. We have the Fed meeting this week. To taper or not to taper? Is this all a coincidence? Or is it a bear conspiracy to fuck us over? I mean the Evergrande shitpot has been brewing for some time already. Why did it blow right now? Peak FUD. I think it's time to dust off my tinfoil hat because this is too many coincidences.
4 days ago
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JPow, CEO of SPY, is probably going to whisper some shit at their meeting that sends the markets +5%. ​ MSM eats that shit up and they'll ignore the substitution/fraud that is CPI while ignoring we've reached full employment post-COVID for those that WANT to work. ​ By JPow's own admission, tapering should have all ready begun and LIFTOFF should be on the table.
4 days ago
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Commercial banks lend at low rate becaues they borrow from gov at fed funds rate then lend at a higher rate. Has nothing to do with inflation. if they borrow at 1%, well of course they can lend at 2%. EZ money. And yes CPI is sham. And yes, if I had money, I would put my money where my mouth and and buy a bunch of houses and I'd be rich in a couple years because of inflation. I think you are giving bad advice to noobs.
5 days ago
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You think SPY will go up prior to the Fed meeting? All the "good news" recently would be concerning in a normal year but somehow now it's "bullish". Take the CPI report for example. The price of used cars went through the roof due to the surge in demand from stimulus money. Instead of a one year old car retaining 85% of it's value they were selling for 95% of it's original price. Now that the price has settled back to normal that 10% difference is lumped into the inflation report. Then there are things like hotel prices and airline tickets thrown into the report which are down in the hopes to attract more people despite never really spiking because of inflation. The goods that the average person buys are still increasing, not cooling off.
6 days ago
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