25 Worst Quarterly U.S. GDP prints and future & stock market results
— marginal idea (@marginalidea) June 29, 2014
— Meb Faber (@MebFaber) June 30, 2014
I found the missing volatility (its in hedge fund turnover)
Estimated number of funds launched/liquidated from 1996 to Q1 2014 (not a fun time to be in the hedge fund business). pic.twitter.com/byhipvmsdu
— Vconomics (@Vconomics) June 20, 2014
High Yield what?
— Charlie Bilello, CMT (@MktOutperform) June 26, 2014
Private Payroll numbers were good
Private payrolls 3-mth average 225k near the post-crisis highs pic.twitter.com/4spBrvtEJK
— Eric Burroughs (@ericbeebo) July 3, 2014
But public sector numbers still lag
The loss of public sector jobs has been unique in this recovery. 1.5 million public sector jobs are needed. pic.twitter.com/qR6Q7pARQE
— Economic Policy Inst (@EconomicPolicy) July 3, 2014
Only reason the market is going up is a gradually improving economy, low rates, solid earnings growth, rising confidence and buybacks. Scam.
— Downtown Josh Brown (@ReformedBroker) June 30, 2014
Everyone can have a bad decade or two
It's been an embarrassing few years for Austrian economics. http://t.co/c0eL0qlNyC
— Justin Wolfers (@JustinWolfers) July 2, 2014
— Julia Angwin (@JuliaAngwin) June 25, 2014
— Sarah Baker (@bakerbk) June 30, 2014
Industrial strength irony
America doesn't make anything the world wants, except the $195.5 billion of stuff we exported in may
— Daniel Gross (@grossdm) July 3, 2014
Go figure: Dumb Behavior Has Consequences
— Seth Mnookin (@sethmnookin) June 28, 2014
Hey, my phone!
— Fast Company (@FastCompany) July 2, 2014
Predictions are funny…
The World Cup predictions from investment banks were meant to make their analysts’ economic calls look prescient.
— Downtown Josh Brown (@ReformedBroker) June 29, 2014
WTF? A Sponge does THAT?
— WIRED (@WIRED) June 27, 2014
Internet machine’s facts
@ritholtz I can negate every one of your facts with unverified information I've gotten from the internet machine.
— TootsTheBulldog (@TootsTheBulldog) July 2, 2014
God is annoyed
You are entitled to your opinion but it’s wrong and you’re stupid.
— God (@TheTweetOfGod) June 21, 2014
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