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3 Responses to “3 reasons to ignore all these “correction” calls”

  1. davebarnes says:

    No tie on Barry.

  2. Futuredome says:

    To me, outside a outside shock, there won’t be a correction to the short/medium investors get out of government bonds and jack the market up fast/furious while nominal interest rates rise. Since 2013, capitalists have been pushing up stock values and now they are reducing corporate profits.

    This is the “bullish” phase of capitalism. When the owners are in a “charge” mentality. You don’t fight the moving train. You ride along until exhaustion, they lose interest(which sorta go together) or outside shock. The last expansion, capitalists were not aggressive at all. It was all credit creation driving the train while they rebuilt corporate profits from the Y2K investment boom.

  3. Willy2 says:

    - There’s Always “a correction coming” ? What about “There’s a crash coming”.
    - I admire your ability to Always put a positive spin on something bad. Excellent salesman/pundit.