inflation at 16.8 percent and unemployment is up - Market is up
Maybe when inflation hits 100%, the market will respond. Fewer
working and everything costs more and Wall Street thinks that is a
I don't buy anything anymore
- The Bush Economy, Thursday, 25SEP08
... In some of the harshest criticism of the United States since the crisis ... threw Wall Street banks into financial disarray this month, ... to boost financial market transparency during Germany's presidency of the ...
- Are we looking at a 1929-type market crash??
... the idea that Wall Street is corrupt is as old as Wall ... same name came out in 1929, the year of the stock market crash. ... Take Milken's favored high-yield junk bonds, for example, which are ... The recent implosion of the subprime housing market -- in which people ...
- Re: Cheap Access to Space
... resource costs, development costs, etc. ... You can't work out the establishment of a market until you can talk ... but they do not have this sort of level of performance. ... In any case, as flight rates for the 'joyride' tourism go up, prices ...
- Re: Xula-200 or Raspberry-Pi a better buy?, was [Re: RTX2000 optimization]
... The NRE may be high on more current technology, but even 90 nm would be a bit advantage over 350 nm and the costs would be worthwhile if there is any sort of a market I would think. ... chip, the board level design at 25 gbit/s is far from trivial. ... I have seen a little about the advances in GPU programming because of this and I understand they are doing this in FPGAs, but what is the angle that would produce value that others aren't doing? ...
- Re: American Capitalism is like American Automobiles
... then when it has a major breakdown down it costs a bundle. ... Now they are claiming that SUVs were simply what the market said that it wanted - they were just responding to the market! ... How many massive recalls have you seen in Japanese cars? ... With a new design, they are going to have to go down a new learning curve, hopefully without introducing new dangers to their customers. ...