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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt McKenzie View Post
    The new anonymous guy sure has a lot to say, doesn’t he?
    Yes he does. He'll have a long way to go though, to approach another "new guy" with some some 14,360 posts. Eh, Hookset?

    We are all "anonymous" at some point regards, JD

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    Quote Originally Posted by roseberry View Post
    True, the reaction by our economy to a Democrat led house has been impressive.
    I know the Trump defense syndrome (TDS) is real but you could've found a better excuse than that..

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    Very minimal efforts to research can deliver some interesting results.

    This is an interesting read;
    http://www.spokesman.com/stories/201...018-but-sees-/

    But a mix of factors – a global slowdown, a U.S.-China trade war, still-mild inflation, stomach-churning drops in stock prices – has led the Fed to consider slowing its rate increases to avoid weakening the economy too much. It’s now likelier, as Powell said at his news conference, to suit its rate policy to the latest economic data – to become more flexible or, in Fed parlance, “data-dependent.”
    The emboldened displays an admission that the rate increases (4 in the last year) can indeed slow the economy.
    It is also interesting that the increase occur but once in the previous administration tenure.

    The record setting pace I referenced was the 4 raises in the last year.
    This too is a worth while read;

    http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com/a...-the-trump-era

    Now that Donald Trump has won the election, the Federal Reserve has decided now would be a great time to start raising interest rates and slowing down the economy. Over the past several decades, the U.S. economy has always slowed down whenever interest rates have been raised significantly, and on Wednesday the Federal Open Market Committee unanimously voted to raise rates by a quarter point. Stocks immediately started falling, and by the end of the session it was their worst day since October 11th.
    The funny thing is that the Federal Reserve could have been raising rates all throughout 2016, but they held off because they didn’t want to hurt Hillary Clinton’s chances of winning the election.
    And during Barack Obama’s eight years, there has only been one rate increase the entire time up until this point.
    Again, an admission that the increases slow the economic growth and that it only happened once during the Obama admin is an interesting admission.

    I wonder WHY they are occurring now?

    I hope this was helpful!
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    One word; stability.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul young View Post
    One word; stability.

    The market loves stability and we have none. -Paul
    Instant instability provided to you by rate increases.
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    Coupon clippers need stabilitiy and the secular progressive globalists need to allow the Chi-Coms to supplant the order. See 20 DOJ cases from July 2018.....Chi-Coms spies are in our country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by road kill View Post
    Instant instability provided to you by rate increases.
    It goes a little deeper than that, I'm afraid.-Paul

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/mark...cid=spartandhp
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doggieguy View Post
    Their rate is currently at 2.4 percent that is still a very low rate historicallly
    and scarcely 1/10th of apprpaching the record rate of over 23 percent.
    Puppyboy - Volcker raised rates to 20% twice, who did 23?
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    Quote Originally Posted by road kill View Post
    Very minimal efforts to research can deliver some interesting results.

    This is an interesting read;
    http://www.spokesman.com/stories/201...018-but-sees-/


    The emboldened displays an admission that the rate increases (4 in the last year) can indeed slow the economy.
    It is also interesting that the increase occur but once in the previous administration tenure.

    The record setting pace I referenced was the 4 raises in the last year.
    This too is a worth while read;

    http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com/a...-the-trump-era


    Again, an admission that the increases slow the economic growth and that it only happened once during the Obama admin is an interesting admission.

    I wonder WHY they are occurring now?

    I hope this was helpful!
    Not at all helpful when You counter facts with op-ed opinion pieces

    If you want some food for thought here is a link for you. Read the accompanying articles as well.
    https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/ar...elease/578968/


    You keep talking about record setting pace; The record setting pace I referenced was the 4 raises in the last year.

    By no means was there any record setting pace last year
    If you want to go by percentages, the percentage increase for last year was eclipsed in the most recent past 2 years and 5 out of the last 8 years. Obviously there was no record set last year


    If you want to go by raw interest rate increase, the rate grew by .98% last year. That increase has been surpassed literally dozens of times. If you look at the chart you will see that the record for increase in a year was back in 1980 when the rate went up 13.35% during the year The rate went up by less than 1% last year
    Your earlier mis statement was wrong by a magnitude of 10 X.
    Now your misstated "record" is off by a magnitude of almost 14 X

    This thread was started to show how the stock market is an indicator of how great Trumps policy's are working.
    You offered no objection to the thread until the stock market started to plummet.
    Instead you Fake News excuses and "records"s

    Why?



    https://www.moneycafe.com/personal-finance/fed-funds-rate-history/
    https://www.macrotrends.net/2015/fed...storical-chart

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doggieguy View Post
    This thread was started to show how the stock market is an indicator of how great Trumps policy's are working.
    You offered no objection to the thread until the stock market started to plummet.


    Exactly, Do you have any idea why it is going down?

    Instead you Fake News excuses and "records"s


    Where?



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