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Discussion in 'Political Action Forum' started by Fowl Hunter, Jun 4, 2021.
Well of course they are, the training tool is a mirror.
I've seen stupid with a diploma.
The GOAT of stupid.
Trump and the GOP pick winners and losers.
Coal - winner - dying anyway.
The reason why the economy is going to do so well the next few years is CEO's knew that one tweet from Trump could drop their stock in half. Now they can make good decisions without worrying about Trump.
Sorry, you won that award a long long time ago. Competition isn't even close.
Sorry, not even close to someone like Piglosi that approved a bill and then admitted she didn't even know what was in it.
It's a shame that a communist like yourself is polluting up the great state of Idaho.
A tweet? Pashaw. Maybe for a bump in a sector that is corrected in a day.
Inflation is much more of an overall economic issue. As the costs of goods and services continue to increase - fueled by President Window Lickers “stimulus” policies - it will be reflected in the rising cost of production as well. His fiscal year doesn’t begin until October 1st. Wait until his Q1 and Q2 are reported - spring of 2022.
Ford and GE both up strong since the election. Rules, regulations, tariffs aren't being changed often now. CEO's and bod's decisions being made can't be influenced by insane Trump anymore.
Full disclosure - I own both Ford and GE stock and have unrealized profits in each.
Economy going to rip.
Predictions - As ev's increase around the world, oil demand has peaked and will start declining. Price of both ev's and oil will drop, lowering transportation costs everywhere. Productivity will increase throughout the world, greatest world economy ever for the next 10 years.
And labor is finally getting a raise which will be good for all.
What about maximizing contributed added value of work product? Without added value all we have is a money churn …sorta like taking a chance at the local casino.
Inflation speeds up in April as consumer prices leap 4.2%, fastest since 2008
Consumer prices jump 5% in May, fastest pace since the summer of 2008
Full disclosure - I have positions in GE, TSLA, RIDE, NIO, FSK and WKHS.