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Bull Still Charging After Five Years

Current run not the strongest, but tough enough to survive default, debt, war

March 10, 2014

NEW YORK — Happy 5th birthday, bull market. The current bull run is not the longest, or strongest in history, but it has survived a near default by the U.....

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Ragnar

Mar-10-14 10:29 PM

When the Fed announced they were cutting the $85 billion by 10%, commodities markets dropped substantially.

The market is being supported by runaway federal spending and off the books stimulus subsidies that will chain future generations to the prison of debt.

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TrollSlayer

Mar-10-14 10:25 AM

Do you think the lefties have figured out that Barry Obamboozler has been taking good care of his Wall Street campaign-financing cronies through his quantitative easing of $85 BILLION freshly-printed dollars every month? Probably not. The lefties are too busy cheerleading for Barry Obamboozler's Obamascare tax redistribution scam that spreads the wealth to his insurance industry cronies, and groveling for Barry's union-appeasing minimum wage wealth redistribution scam that spreads the wealth to his union boss masters, to notice all that funny money Barry is printing and passing to his rich Wall Street campaign donors. Wait until the inflation rate figures it out, and then the fixed income retirees see that drop in their purchasing power. And not so long after that maybe even Joe Sixpack will discover that his higher min wage still doesn't buy any more stuff. But by then Barry's Wall Street cronies will be laughing all the way to the bank.

mmm mmm mmm, spread the wealth

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daWraith

Mar-10-14 10:23 AM

Remember the "dot com" boom became the dot com "BUST" the last time it was at a high.

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DinoCrocetti

Mar-10-14 10:16 AM

At least Obama is smart enough to keep some of the rich people happy.

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daWraith

Mar-10-14 7:28 AM

Cut off the $85 Billion a month Fed money printing machine and the stock market would drop seriously.

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dyingov

Mar-10-14 7:28 AM

Does this have anything to do with the 85 billion a month in funny money? LOL

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