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Growing gdp with higher energy costs is the driver of inflation, Russian oil embargo, keystone permit yank, colonial pipeline shut down it caused artificially price hikes to remain at insane levels even with all the subsidies Americans get when they pay at the pump.Coupling a lack of supplies with high cost to produce ends back to Inflation, sure printing money didn’t help but we always print money but this time is was given to the people and not corporations! Very easy to blame the consumer for inflation but look at the average American savings it’s been wiped out. People aren’t buying things they can’t afford in 2024 so inflation is not here in 2024 because of money printing from 4 years ago. Futures are looking at central banks and when they cut rates due to a forced slowed because energy prices are too high so businesses have to operate on skeleton crews as they are constantly fixated at future guidance. OPEC got destroyed when oil futures went negative, it destroyed natural gas markets and growth around that sector. Inflation in 2024 has nothing to do with the money printer and everything to do with geopolitics, ask yourself why gold is approaching 3k per ounce when market haven’t seen liquidity injections since the last medium sized US bank failed, because we have a currency war on the horizon as the petrol dollar is eventually going to fail more countries look to alternatives to get rid of the US middle man with its paper money.
Growing gdp with higher energy costs is the driver of inflation, Russian oil embargo, keystone permit yank, colonial pipeline shut down it caused artificially price hikes to remain at insane levels even with all the subsidies Americans get when they pay at the pump.Coupling a lack of supplies with high cost to produce ends back to Inflation, sure printing money didn’t help but we always print money but this time is was given to the people and not corporations! Very easy to blame the consumer for inflation but look at the average American savings it’s been wiped out. People aren’t buying things they can’t afford in 2024 so inflation is not here in 2024 because of money printing from 4 years ago. Futures are looking at central banks and when they cut rates due to a forced slowed because energy prices are too high so businesses have to operate on skeleton crews as they are constantly fixated at future guidance. OPEC got destroyed when oil futures went negative, it destroyed natural gas markets and growth around that sector. Inflation in 2024 has nothing to do with the money printer and everything to do with geopolitics, ask yourself why gold is approaching 3k per ounce when market haven’t seen liquidity injections since the last medium sized US bank failed, because we have a currency war on the horizon as the petrol dollar is eventually going to fail more countries look to alternatives to get rid of the US middle man with its paper money.
Care to explain? The well-being of your fellow human beings is meaningless if you decide that that's the case? One of the most self-centered "philosophies" you could encounter. But yeah I understand it's not supposed to be a well thought-out philosophy; just a platitude that you should *never* attempt to analyse. Best to nod along and say "man that's deep. You be like the Socrates guy"
Space exploration is a bit forced here. You won't see any sort of returns within the next 3-5 years, might be even longer. Point 2: genuine question, what's the innovation ability of US companies that actually outpaced other countries? The big ones on EV , US companies definitely is lagging behind. Ford vs BYD. ( I don't think the analysts here are necessary incorrect but maybe a bit early.) Point 3: why is the fed being accommodating? How long does it usually take for interest rate impact to fully kick in and reflect into the economy? We had just experienced the fastest rate hike in the past few decades. Fed literally took just 1 year (2022) to raise rate to peak. So we really only had 1 year ish since we stopped raising rates. Based on various research (don't take my words for it, feel free to Google), it takes AT LEAST 1 year for each rate hike's impact to reach the overall economy. You should wait at least till end of year to see the actual impact by rate hikes. In addition, I still have doubt about the fed being accommodating. People were way too optimistic. Recall the market rally since end of 2023? They just printed articles saying fed may reduce rate as early March! (At one point the sentiment was showing over 60% probability of that.) Fed is just doing what they're doing and "people" are just shouting their predictions and pushing their narratives on to ppl. Point 4: market crash is not feared...? How are many of these companies pushing for crazy valuation and all time high stock price? I think devil's in the details. You look at actions not what they're saying. Buffet saying it's great time to save on taxes. Regardless, he's selling to accumulate cash position. This goes along with other CEOs/directors of major corp... Jeff Bezos, mark Zuckerberg, the Walton family, Jamie Dimon, Leon Black etc are ALL selling. U think retail investors who's dca on a monthly basis will have as much impact as ppl such as Jeff Bezos selling like 8 billion dollars ? I don't know the market inside out and I sure don't have as much info than these ppl. But if they're beginning to offload their shares in the billions, should we really not consider that as a potential sign at all? My 2 cent, feds will NOT lower the rates until something major happen. Feds usually only lower rates in an aggressive manner when the market needs saving. So for people who are expecting the feds to lower the rates rapidly, I just don't share the same sentiment. There's a higher chance that feds rate will remain at the current level much longer. (Also chance to even increase the rates further due to the historical high level of debt Biden managed to get us into. )
Oh, I didn’t know that; I’ll check that out!
Debt is growing faster than the economy. Inflation isnt where anyone wants it to be, how did you miss that? Employment is definitely not in a good place, likely the numbers dont track accurately or recently. Unless you're willing to say unemployed people dont count because they arent checking off all the boxes. Two local restaurants are done near me. Hear similar stories from all over the place. What kind of healthy economy makes small businesses impossible. The huge move to raise minimum wage. Whats that all about? Why would they choose now to speak up? Because its not the wage thats the problem. Even worse, some people just like you think "I have it good" so everything must be good. Everyone is hoping for rate cuts. Especially the stock market. This is bad news. The federal reserve doesnt cut rates out of the kindness of their heart. They only do it because they broke something. Why the hell is everyone praying for rate cuts?
Hamptons are packed out. You are seeing the biggest wealth division since the 1920s. Farmers who were in agriculture depression starting in 1920! Just like retail workers today. You had a major recession also in 1920 following a major pandemic of the spanish flu but largely the market recovered by 1923. Just like today. Maybe the bull keeps running for another 5 years. Inflation is killing the consumer but there's such a disconnect it doesn't seem to matter? 
Hold on now. Seems like he's definitely insider trading material I vote we keep this guy in power, once we figure out how to copy his trades in real-time
> Thornton built his team around a shared goal of helping America’s military interests, which he said started when he grew up helping his grandfather on a farm in West Texas Well if this doesn’t work out for him he already has the right catch-phrases in tow to go into politics
Simple answer ……. No. Anytime you can go to the grocery store and literally carry out 200 dollars worth of groceries in two hands. The answer will always be no. Gas 5 bucks a gallon …..no. When the IRS can and will take everything you own to “settle” a tax debt the answer is still , no. And turn right around and give billions of dollars to places that 98% of the general public couldn’t even find on a globe , the answer is still , no!
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