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Old 06-23-2013, 03:28 PM   #541
mhgaffney
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Originally Posted by DenverBrit View Post
Only if the quarterly data doesn't justify the easing.

The market has been expecting a correction for a few months now, and since the Fed announcement, bonds will likely take a dive....as will equities, but a crash would mean more significant bad news. ie, unemployment rising or stagnant, manufacturing, housing numbers dropping etc.

Time will tell if the Feds are right about the economy, and there is no guarantee they won't continue to support bonds if the data looks fragile.
Speak English, anyone? WTF does this even mean?

The truth is that the QE is nothing but a continuance of the 2008 bail out -- which the too big to fails must have to stay afloat. Unfortunately the Fed and the US gov't have committed to this agenda -- much to the nation's detriment.

For the record, I have never claimed to be an investor -- only a writer. That's evidently too much to get your itsy-bitsy mind around.
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