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Everyone needs to be watching CNBC NOW!! Feds issue EMERGENCY measure 3.5% cut!!! WE ARE GOING DOWN NOW!!

CNBC!!!!!!!!!!!!!




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Wow, anyone notice how calm

Wow, anyone notice how calm and quiet it got here suddenly? Oh, OneVoice left! HURRAY! Let's hope it stays like this!

no

Actually things are trending up

All your..

.. "work" today has vanished!

Wonder why?

o_O

Talking to yourself

onevoiceofreason.....you bumped this old post and now you are talking to yourself...how pitiful.

People with Alzheimers and

People with Alzheimers and sagging, leaking Depenz are known to do exactly that, shuffling around and screaming at the napkins.

So, how many cuts have happened so far?

Is there someone here who is knowledgable about what has been going on? I think I have heard of at least three cuts made recently. In the past two weeks when things started looking bad, what cuts (or increases) have been made? I need help just sorting this information out. Thanks.

"The Fed on March 18 cut the

"The Fed on March 18 cut the target lending rate by 0.75 percentage point to 2.25 percent and said signs ``of inflation expectations have risen.''

http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=aRxc2IRC...

This forum topic was created on March 17.

the

the cut was just a .25, not 3.5 as this nitwit claims

Nitwit?

Why I oughta....

It was a mistake...ever heard of those things? And why the heck do you live on this thread if it's so nitwitty?

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You just answered your own

You just answered your own question!

guh?

what?

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The Origional Post...

Was wrong... it was debunked as soon as it came up. Onevoice just bumped it up to get some attention, is all. It feeds off of attention. Think of onevoiceofreason as Gollum and attention in any form is the precious...lol.

~Live life to its fullest, with an open heart, open arms and most important... an open mind~

HAHAHA!!! OMG, so funny! I

HAHAHA!!! OMG, so funny! I can just picture him/her as Gollum, hunched over a keyboard, lovingly stroking it, on the slopes of the mountains of Mordor ........ LOL!

LMAO

Thank you for the word picture as well.. it's fitting! Prolly a Mac laptop too...heh

~Live life to its fullest, with an open heart, open arms and most important... an open mind~

If I had any artistic

If I had any artistic ability whatsoever, I would make a drawing just like that, and post it here! Well, maybe not --- but it would be hilarious! But also sad.

Thanks for your insights into this online Gollum; I have a bit of pity for him/her now. So sad, that that is how a person finds satisfaction in life, or attempts to.

I do not remember if the

I do not remember if the real Gollum, was naked and had no visible wanker either...like this one.

"If humanity can grasp the basic concept of 'Infinite Diversity In Infinite Combinations', and then accept it for what it is, then there may yet be hope. If not, then the destruction of mankind, at it's own hand, is inevitable." - Anonymous

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In the movies, had a

In the movies, had a loincloth kind of thing. Actually, it really creeped me out --- whoever drew/created it did an oustanding job!

But I can just see OneVoice as Gollum, clutching his laptop in one hand and his tattered (and soon worthless) Citicorp stocks in the other ........ LOL!

LOL You are right...I see it now (yuck)

Sounds like we have an adult comic book in the making. I say run with it!
this freak is serving up a lot of good material.

"If humanity can grasp the basic concept of 'Infinite Diversity In Infinite Combinations', and then accept it for what it is, then there may yet be hope. If not, then the destruction of mankind, at it's own hand, is inevitable." - Anonymous

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Here is a photo of

Nice

I am now poking out my minds eye : )

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Takes all kinds...

The sad part is that the internet has given people like this complete freedom to dump on the rest of us. There is no social recriminations for he/she in this format. For instance, in reality they would be laughed at or beat on... on a forum, however, they are free to prey on the people they need to keep the cycle going without any repercussions. Which makes it worse for them later when they have to deal with it, if they ever indeed do...

Yes, it is a mess.

The real screwed up part is that the person we are talking about is probably signed off but still reading... blah.

~Live life to its fullest, with an open heart, open arms and most important... an open mind~

really

both the markets and the dollar were up today and oil fell as well

bull-ony

3/4 of 1 percent

that

that is the correct amount

Remember, it was 1% when

Remember, it was 1% when Reagan was in office.

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During the Reagan Administration

The FED funds rate was never below 6%, it was as high as 19% (1981).

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1% would be great

what about negative rates

Fortune Favors the Bold

like in Japan?

or better yet, let's just scrap this whole cash thing and put the money on electronic chips.

Have you gotten yours yet? :)

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negative inflation rate

In Japan was an experiment. Japan could affort to screw around since it has reasonable amounts of sovereign wealth and at the time had a positive trade imbalance. Also the societal patterns of spending are different. The negative rates essentially extended the recession for a couple of extra years, which is why they backtracked on it.

Deflation?

Correct me if I am mistaken, but there was NEVER a negative inflation rate in Japan for consumer goods or in general prices, was there? I never heard of such a thing! In property, yes, but across the board?

People who use the word "deflation", I have found, like to throw it around in a general sense when it actually only applies to a narrow and specific part of an economy. I think the idea that we could be facing general price deflation in this country, under the current monetary regime, to be laughable and absurd.