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Loop Industries Inc

$2.75

+$0.03
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52 Week High:
$13.87
52 Week Low:
$2.3
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Now, I am partially out of the loop on this, but I thought FTX was lying about the transactions between customers and themselves: customer makes deposits and wants to buy crypto with it. FTX takes funds, buys 'fake crypto' when in reality using that money to pay prior creditors because they were over leveraged. Ponzi scheme 101. Isn't there some sort of protection for this kind of shit? Doesn't matter if it's crypto or stocks or hot glue sticks for the WSB luncheon.
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Lastly, the consequences of inflation can be massive if it gets into a price-wage spiral. That's a positive feedback loop that can make the fed's tools ineffective. That's why they have to react savagely to high inflation. If it gets out of control, our society could get ripped apart. Inflation has helped dictators take power in the past. Think about what happens if inflation accelerates. Eggs up to 25$. Gas 40$ a gallon. People are going to absolutely lose their shit and they will take that anger out somewhere. In germany they took it out on innocents in a horrible holocaust. ​ Losing jobs is better than letting inflation run wild. That scenario leads nowhere but to hell.
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**[Wage-price spiral](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wage-price_spiral)** >In macroeconomics, a wage-price spiral (also called a wage/price spiral or price/wage spiral) is a proposed explanation for inflation, in which wage increases cause price increases which in turn cause wage increases, in a positive feedback loop. Greg Mankiw writes, "At some point, this spiral of ever-rising wages and prices will slow. . . ^([ )[^(F.A.Q)](https://www.reddit.com/r/WikiSummarizer/wiki/index#wiki_f.a.q)^( | )[^(Opt Out)](https://reddit.com/message/compose?to=WikiSummarizerBot&message=OptOut&subject=OptOut)^( | )[^(Opt Out Of Subreddit)](https://np.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets/about/banned)^( | )[^(GitHub)](https://github.com/Sujal-7/WikiSummarizerBot)^( ] Downvote to remove | v1.5)
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I'm so glad you posted this, it's the first thing I thought of and it never fails to make me laugh til I choke. I once found an endless loop of it and I nearly crossed over.
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TV On The Radio - DLZ Playing this on loop while I make terrible financial decisions.
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Nice. One day closer to hacking people's brain and do the rickroll thing on a permanent loop.
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Your interpretation of the price action around the dates he spoke differs from mine. But that is some second order analysis. The actual words that came out of their mouths weren't very different. Biggest difference I heard was that Bullard cast shade on the wage price spiral theory and held up turkey and Argentina as counter examples (they have price inflation but no wage inflation) whereas jpow seems very afraid of the feedback loop still. But they're allowed to have different opinions, that's why there's a whole committee and not just one dude.
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It will for sure do a loop and go Back to the right
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Yup the old too much poop, out of the loop dilemma
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Why? I’m out of the loop
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