Discussion in 'Stock Market' started by william the wie, Feb 10, 2019.
I'm not sure what, if anything, this means but it should be fun to watch.
My view, we are in a Bear Market that the Federal Reserve and the White House is trying to cover up for as long as possible. US market is overpriced by at least 3-5 years of 3% growth due to the silliness of the Fed. It will correct and it will get ugly.......actually ugly for many and very profitable for others.
I think Europe is the fixable problem that ain't getting fixed and I sure don't understand that problem being kept in play.
Rather than considering my opinion on the EU doing a host of damned fool things. trying to get a handle on how soon India will surpass China (9 years if China does not have a meltdown and of course a lot less if either a meltdown or Indian growth increases further.) looks like the biggest unaddressed problem
The secretary of treasury is supposed to begin negotiations in China tomorrow on the sanctions mess
A good and cogent point but which sanctions are you referring to: the Russian, Iran or Venezuela sanctions. If we have sanctions directly against China I didn't get the memo.
Punitive tariffs are one form of sanctions. In the case of China, it is because they violated ant-dumping agreements. Embargoes are another form of sanction.
how soon India will surpass China (9 years if China does not have a meltdown and of course a lot less if either a meltdown or Indian growth increases further.)
India's GDP is less than 1/4th of China's.
/——-/ Futures are fickle. Currently they are up at 7:00 EST
Futures mean nothing.
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