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#9763 Sep 27, 2012
Reality Speaks wrote:
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The Dollar won't affect the price of commodities?
your lost.
PS: The EURO is in trouble also.
failed liberal social utopia policies are going to bankrupt Europe and the USA.
Fun times ahead.
no I am not lost at all, you have to understand what is going on Globally they all got to eat.
Free Market Capitalist

Rocky Ridge, OH

#9764 Sep 27, 2012
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>I doubt that, but I dont watch the Stock Market, I watch the CBOT commodities prices more and the only thing that will affect CBOT commoditie prices is Europe's EURO but lately it hasnt had no effects on prices like it did.
Dollar down, everything else up; dollar up, everything else down. This relationship has been pretty solid since the collapse of 08', when the Fed started intervening. The Fed has had the biggest impact on commodities lately (last 4 years), depsite the droughts etc... The quantitative easing programs are the primary reasons the stock and commodity markets are up. QE is like crack cocaine for the oil market. With the Fed doing QEIII now, I look for commodity prices to trade sideways up.

I have been trading futures since 2000. When the Fed intervenes, it takes alot of volatility out of the system. Volatility is good for tradres like me. Although there have been times where the volatility has spiked (Summer 2010), for the most part, trading has been pretty lame. I am looking forward to the next cycle of high volatility; however, that will probably mean things are starting to unravel again.
Free Market Capitalist

Rocky Ridge, OH

#9765 Sep 27, 2012
Reality Speaks wrote:
<quoted text>
The Dollar won't affect the price of commodities?
your lost.
PS: The EURO is in trouble also.
failed liberal social utopia policies are going to bankrupt Europe and the USA.
Fun times ahead.
I think he knows that the dollar effects commidity prices - at least I hope he does. The biggest influence on the dollar index is the Euro. In the last 4 years, when the euro is up, so are stocks and commidities, because that means the dollar is down. I know some traders that pay more attention to the Euro because they think it is easier to predict that the dollar index (DX). In my opinion either one will do.
Free Market Capitalist

Rocky Ridge, OH

#9766 Sep 27, 2012
Reality Speaks wrote:
<quoted text>
The Dollar won't affect the price of commodities?
your lost.
PS: The EURO is in trouble also.
failed liberal social utopia policies are going to bankrupt Europe and the USA.
Fun times ahead.
Yes, both Euro land and the U.S. are in trouble. It is just a matter of time. The problem with the Euro is that it is comprised of several nations (17 I think) and each nation no longer has its own currency. The problem with this is that each nation cannot devalue its currency to deal with the debt problems as the U.S. can. The Euro is a complicated mess. Not only that, but a weaker Euro is actually beneficial to the U.S. as it will help keep our prices lower as the dollar will advance. Unfortunately, Bernanke has decided to devalue our dollar more with QEIII which will more than likely keep the Euro strong against the dollar. Unless, of course, Europe just completely falls apart in the mean time.
Che Reagan Christ

Medina, OH

#9767 Sep 27, 2012
Ha. No wonder Fred has been so quiet.

http://religion.blogs.cnn.com/2012/09/27/pew-...

Since: Aug 11

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#9768 Sep 27, 2012
Free Market Capitalist wrote:
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Dollar down, everything else up; dollar up, everything else down. This relationship has been pretty solid since the collapse of 08', when the Fed started intervening. The Fed has had the biggest impact on commodities lately (last 4 years), depsite the droughts etc... The quantitative easing programs are the primary reasons the stock and commodity markets are up. QE is like crack cocaine for the oil market. With the Fed doing QEIII now, I look for commodity prices to trade sideways up.
I have been trading futures since 2000. When the Fed intervenes, it takes alot of volatility out of the system. Volatility is good for tradres like me. Although there have been times where the volatility has spiked (Summer 2010), for the most part, trading has been pretty lame. I am looking forward to the next cycle of high volatility; however, that will probably mean things are starting to unravel again.
Right, 2008 when Bush devaluated the US Dollar intentionally for US Manufacturers & Businesses we did see a big rise in Commodity prices but the EURO still had Value and that was a good year too for Commodity Prices.

Since: Aug 11

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#9769 Sep 27, 2012
Free Market Capitalist wrote:
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Yes, both Euro land and the U.S. are in trouble. It is just a matter of time. The problem with the Euro is that it is comprised of several nations (17 I think) and each nation no longer has its own currency. The problem with this is that each nation cannot devalue its currency to deal with the debt problems as the U.S. can. The Euro is a complicated mess. Not only that, but a weaker Euro is actually beneficial to the U.S. as it will help keep our prices lower as the dollar will advance. Unfortunately, Bernanke has decided to devalue our dollar more with QEIII which will more than likely keep the Euro strong against the dollar. Unless, of course, Europe just completely falls apart in the mean time.
Exactly
Free Market Capitalist

Rocky Ridge, OH

#9770 Sep 27, 2012
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
Ha. No wonder Fred has been so quiet.
http://religion.blogs.cnn.com/2012/09/27/pew-...
Don't know much about the pew poll, but I have heard otherwise, that Catholics support Romney, not Obama. Who knows. But I know one thing, if you vote for Obama, you are voting for another 6 trillion dollars added to our debt. If so, there will be no escape from ruin for this once great country!
Loren Eberly

Centerburg, OH

#9771 Sep 27, 2012
Every American Citizens and Elected Officials Responsibility:

USA Labor Law, The Constitution, and demands of Natural Law: what Mother Nature, God, or Whatever Power decreed to be the reality of the real world, democracy, capitalism, the US Constitution, and free, fair, and affordable commerce and common sense demands.

The majority of 53% of US the Government of this Representative Republic that vote and the 47% nonvoters that sit on their dead hands and whine; elect President, Governor, Representatives of US the Government, County Commissioners, Township Trustees, Mayors, City Council, School Administrators and Board Members.

That holds every Stockholder, corporation, farmer, business, outsourcer sweatshop, and nonprofit, tax-exempt, organization and Church accountable. To market the cost in the wholesale and retail price of his or her product and service. Of every worker, consumer, and taxpayer's wages (union contract), investment and independent business profit.

And hold every American citizen accountable to get an agreement (union contract) with every Stockholder, corporation, farmer, business, outsourcer sweatshop, and nonprofit, tax-exempt, organization and Church. To market the cost in the wholesale and retail price of his or her product and service. Of every worker, consumer, and taxpayer's wages (union contract), investment and independent business profit.

This enables every worker, consumer, and taxpayer to pay healthcare insurance premium or pay healthcare provider. Pay ALL taxes and pay for every product and service they use for life. With money derived from wages, investment profit, and independent business profit. This enables every parent to educate, love, nurse, nurture, discipline, protect, and provide; for every child (job) they conceive. And fund schools, infrastructure, local and national security, government services, and etc.; with money derived from wages, investment profit, and independent business profit.

President and Elected Officials holding Union workers, consumers, taxpayers, and America’s grandchildren’s children, Government employees, Parents, Teachers, Veterans, Police, Firemen, and Fathers disqualified for affirmative action with white skin, Representatives deny Collective Bargaining Rights accountable.

To fund Illegal drug users and Illegal Immigrants, lottery, casino, and keno losers, unemployed Union workers replaced with nonunion workers, Human Traffickers, waitresses that pander for life for $2.00 per hour, slaves in enterprise zones, low-income child labor, consumers, and taxpayers, volunteers without wages, and nonunion workers willing to work for fewer wages than they can afford life. That pays with welfare checks, food stamps, housing vouchers, and Medicaid.

Pay sales tax on the more stock dividends (money) OPEC Nations, Enron Stockholders, Wal-Mart Stockholders, Hillarys, Chinese, Foreign and Domestic Investors and Stockholders (money marketers) market quarterly. In the wholesale and retail price of every product and service Human Beings use for life. And School Boards and Government needs to build, maintain and operate schools, infrastructure, and provide local and national security, and Government services. That gets only product or service.

Needed to measure and maintain the strength and growth of this UNAFFORDABLE economy and distribute money into OPEC Nations, Enron Stockholders, Wal-Mart Stockholders, Hillarys, Chinese, Foreign and Domestic Investors and Stockholders portfolios.

Defying USA Labor Law, the Constitution, and Realities demands is bankrupting USA. Makes free, fair, and affordable commerce IMPOSSIBLE; Makes funding schools IMPOSSIBLE; Makes balancing every budget IMPOSSIBLE; Makes Union workers, consumers, taxpayers, and Americas grandchildren's children life UNAFFORDABLE.

“The One! The Only! RUKiddingme”

Since: Dec 08

Jersey, Baby!

#9772 Sep 27, 2012
Reality Speaks wrote:
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your board?
ru kidding me?
you only own failure
Pipe down, Mittens.
Che Reagan Christ

Medina, OH

#9773 Sep 27, 2012
Free Market Capitalist wrote:
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Don't know much about the pew poll, but I have heard otherwise, that Catholics support Romney, not Obama. Who knows. But I know one thing, if you vote for Obama, you are voting for another 6 trillion dollars added to our debt. If so, there will be no escape from ruin for this once great country!
What do you base that assertion on?
Free Market Capitalist

Rocky Ridge, OH

#9774 Sep 27, 2012
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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What do you base that assertion on?
Well, after he completes his first 4 years, he will of added roughly 6 trillion to our national debt. I would give you a link, but it is common knowledge and can easily be found. I am extrapolating his first term here. What makes you think he will all of a sudden become fiscally responsible?
Che Reagan Christ

Medina, OH

#9775 Sep 27, 2012
Free Market Capitalist wrote:
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Well, after he completes his first 4 years, he will of added roughly 6 trillion to our national debt. I would give you a link, but it is common knowledge and can easily be found. I am extrapolating his first term here. What makes you think he will all of a sudden become fiscally responsible?
Don't you think the conditions now are different compared to the conditions when he took office?
Free Market Capitalist

Rocky Ridge, OH

#9776 Sep 27, 2012
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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Don't you think the conditions now are different compared to the conditions when he took office?
Not really. We have an economy that is being artificially held up by the Federal Rserve and the Federal Government. Take away the federal gubbamint's portion of the GDP numbers and we are in a nasty recession. Mind you, this support is all with borrowed money! Not to mention, there have been alot of governmnet jobs created since Obama and that too requires either tax money or debt.

Put it this way, Obama, if elected, will stay the course just to try to keep this economy grinding along, barely positive GDP growth.
Che Reagan Christ

Medina, OH

#9777 Sep 27, 2012
Free Market Capitalist wrote:
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Not really. We have an economy that is being artificially held up by the Federal Rserve and the Federal Government. Take away the federal gubbamint's portion of the GDP numbers and we are in a nasty recession. Mind you, this support is all with borrowed money! Not to mention, there have been alot of governmnet jobs created since Obama and that too requires either tax money or debt.
Put it this way, Obama, if elected, will stay the course just to try to keep this economy grinding along, barely positive GDP growth.
There are fewer government jobs now, not more.

http://mediamatters.org/research/2012/05/29/g...

Borrowed money is not good. That is why Obama wants to raise revenue, something Romney claims he will not do. How can a person claim to be fiscally responsible and vote for Romney? Romney refuses to say what programs he will cut, refuses to endorse raising revenue, and wants to go to war with the entire Middle East. How does that reduce the debt or the deficit?
Free Market Capitalist

Rocky Ridge, OH

#9778 Sep 27, 2012
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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There are fewer government jobs now, not more.
http://mediamatters.org/research/2012/05/29/g...
Borrowed money is not good. That is why Obama wants to raise revenue, something Romney claims he will not do. How can a person claim to be fiscally responsible and vote for Romney? Romney refuses to say what programs he will cut, refuses to endorse raising revenue, and wants to go to war with the entire Middle East. How does that reduce the debt or the deficit?
Where are you going to come up with the other trillion? By taxing the piss out of everyone? If they do this, the economy will be garaunteed to slow down, when the government is taking more money out of the private sector. Of course, Obama thinks he can redistribute it and everything will be fine. The only way the government can raise revenues is by keeping taxes low and allowing the private sector to create more jobs, then the government will naturally take in more because there will be more jobs. More jobs is the solution, not raising taxes. Besides, the government has a spending problem and they need to adress that before anything.
xxxrayted

Brook Park, OH

#9779 Sep 27, 2012
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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"The market is good when the market is good." Brilliant.
If the market was where it was in September of 2008, you knuckleheads wouldn't be able to stop blaming Obama for it. Hell, you blame him for gas prices. It is officially the silly season.
It must be. You guys are still blaming Bush. Cant' get much sillier than that.

What? Can't find any specifics of DumBama policies that helped the stock market? Why? Because he didn't do anything that would cause the market to behave this way?

You know, if we had positive unemployment numbers, positive economic news, positive household incomes, positive new businesses, you might be on to something here. But when everything except the stock market is doing bad, how can you sit back and credit DumBama? The stars don't line up.

As for the blame game, I haven't seen DumBama say once that he made a mistake or was wrong. I've seen few in Topix blogs say he was wrong about anything. The blame game will always be the product of the Democrat/ liberal party. The economy is Bush's fault, our world credit rating is the Republican Congresses fault, our lack of jobs are also the Republican Congresses fault, jobs that left for overseas is Bush's fault, 911 was Bush's fault, the list goes on and on.

But killing Bin Laden? DumBama did that singlehandedly. Oil production? Yep, that's DumBama alright. Can't get him to stop drilling for more oil. New jobs? You bet. Once company owners understood that they are going to be fined up and down for not providing government healthcare, they couldn't keep that investment money in their pockets. Wait until the tax cuts expire, then you are really going to see a job boom in this country.
Free Market Capitalist

Rocky Ridge, OH

#9780 Sep 27, 2012
xxxrayted wrote:
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It must be. You guys are still blaming Bush. Cant' get much sillier than that.
What? Can't find any specifics of DumBama policies that helped the stock market? Why? Because he didn't do anything that would cause the market to behave this way?
You know, if we had positive unemployment numbers, positive economic news, positive household incomes, positive new businesses, you might be on to something here. But when everything except the stock market is doing bad, how can you sit back and credit DumBama? The stars don't line up.
As for the blame game, I haven't seen DumBama say once that he made a mistake or was wrong. I've seen few in Topix blogs say he was wrong about anything. The blame game will always be the product of the Democrat/ liberal party. The economy is Bush's fault, our world credit rating is the Republican Congresses fault, our lack of jobs are also the Republican Congresses fault, jobs that left for overseas is Bush's fault, 911 was Bush's fault, the list goes on and on.
But killing Bin Laden? DumBama did that singlehandedly. Oil production? Yep, that's DumBama alright. Can't get him to stop drilling for more oil. New jobs? You bet. Once company owners understood that they are going to be fined up and down for not providing government healthcare, they couldn't keep that investment money in their pockets. Wait until the tax cuts expire, then you are really going to see a job boom in this country.
Not sure if you understand this or not. I am assuming you do, but I suspect there are many reading this blog that don't.

The stock market really has nothing to do with the economy. It is really just a gauge of how much liquidity is in the system at any given time. The only reason the stock market is back near its all-time highs (S&P 500)is because of the QE programs. If not for that, then it would be much, much lower. That is why the economy can be weak and the stock market high, like it is now. Bernanke and company target the stock market to change perception, because they know that people will assume that everything is much better when it really isn't. Also, they are trying to create a "wealth effect." Unfortunately, the average person outside of their 401k doesn't own stocks. Not only do we need to get rid of Obaba, but Bernanke needs to go, too.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#9781 Sep 27, 2012
Free Market Capitalist wrote:
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Not sure if you understand this or not. I am assuming you do, but I suspect there are many reading this blog that don't.
The stock market really has nothing to do with the economy. It is really just a gauge of how much liquidity is in the system at any given time. The only reason the stock market is back near its all-time highs (S&P 500)is because of the QE programs. If not for that, then it would be much, much lower. That is why the economy can be weak and the stock market high, like it is now. Bernanke and company target the stock market to change perception, because they know that people will assume that everything is much better when it really isn't. Also, they are trying to create a "wealth effect." Unfortunately, the average person outside of their 401k doesn't own stocks. Not only do we need to get rid of Obaba, but Bernanke needs to go, too.
you understand it perfectly

keep posting

teach the kids
Che Reagan Christ

Medina, OH

#9782 Sep 27, 2012
Free Market Capitalist wrote:
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Where are you going to come up with the other trillion? By taxing the piss out of everyone? If they do this, the economy will be garaunteed to slow down, when the government is taking more money out of the private sector. Of course, Obama thinks he can redistribute it and everything will be fine. The only way the government can raise revenues is by keeping taxes low and allowing the private sector to create more jobs, then the government will naturally take in more because there will be more jobs. More jobs is the solution, not raising taxes. Besides, the government has a spending problem and they need to adress that before anything.
Trickle down doesn't work. Never has. Never will.

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