NASDAQ hits highest level of the 21st century.

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    It must be Obama's fault.
     
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    Your better than this.
     
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    How's crude doiing?

    RBOB?

    Gold & silver?

    How 'bout a bushel of corn?

    Soybeans?

    Peanuts?

    The USD?
     
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    You're.

    Well the roaring economy was Bush's fault/credit when he was in there.
    So why is not attributed to Obama now?
     
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    The economy under Chimpola didn't have commodities at all-time highs.

    Your "roaring" NASDAQ is in terms of a USD that has never been worth less, and is devaluing every day.
     
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    See Chris is this much of a simpleton...you can't use that excuse.
    I don't believe for a second that you think a market that has risen it's fastest in history based on...well...very little...is a good thing.
    Whenever the markets can grow (and grow and GROW) and ignore everything and seem resilient to all things - this is not good and you know it.
     
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    The highest the NASDAQ has ever reached is 5132.52. This took place on March 10th 2000 when Bill Clinton was still president. This event was followed by collapse of the dot com bubble.

    From January 14th 2000 to October 10th 2000 the NASDAQ dropped from 5,132 to 1,108, losing 78%.

    Do you have a learning disability or are you just plain stupid?
     
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    zonly1 Probie still throwin'em

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    it's a false flag but go ahead and play micro boy.
     
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    Yes tell us all about the dot com bubble. This ought to be good.
     
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    Another expert with a catch phrase. Tell us all why the dot com bubble "left a real mess".
     

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