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Oh-So-Subtle Fed Shifts into Second Gear

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Thursday’s price action was as slow as we’ve seen in a while. This is curious, since there was news out intraday that the Fed “might” “consider” easing if economic conditions deteriorate. My hunch is that we’ll see a delayed-reaction rally on Friday, DaBoyz evidently having been unwilling to waste the news on a day when stocks seemed too lethargic to respond to stimulus. It came from a panel discussion involving a Fed official rather than from an actual Fed news release. That’s what it will take to put the central bank’s imprimatur on a policy change. Expect this within the next couple of weeks, if not sooner.

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Pan June 2, 2019, 11:07 am

No one, but no one, is above the law, no matter how ***ked up your personal indoctrination (IS?) you just don’t get to steal from another. Now that’s life’s law of reality.

Null and void boys and girls, null and void. I mean, just try try and try to think about it just for a tiny second, if we all thought and behaved like you do, well…. what hope for peace ?? Do you honestly want indoctrination over peace? really ? are so unloved and insecure in this world? If so, ask yourself why is that ?

In 1981, Israel’s parliament passed legislation applying Israeli “law, jurisdiction, and administration” to the Golan. But the international community did not recognise the move and maintained that the Golan was occupied Syrian territory. UN Security Council Resolution 497 declared the Israeli decision “null and void and without international legal effect”.

Three years ago, under then-President Barack Obama, the US voted in favour of a Security Council statement expressing deep concern that Mr Netanyahu had declared Israel would never relinquish the Golan.

Why not, just for a laugh, try and be nice, try and see life from another’s perspective for, oh I don’t know, maybe HaShems sake.

Pan May 31, 2019, 2:37 am

I’m thinking there’s a good chance the latest sledgehammer Trump tweet (policy?) may out muscle the oh so subtle Fed shifts.
We bears may eventually get our way, thanks to Twitter.

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