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FANG Stocks Defanged: Tech Giants Loose Pants, Stocks Crash

FANG stocks lose a trillion dollars!

The West Coast/New York City/DC techie gang who fought reality tooth and nail to destroy citizens in the USA and replace us with legal and illegal aliens have hit a brick wall they built while they bellyached about Trump building walls to stop illegal aliens!  The DNC leaders now control the House thanks to cheating, tons of FANG money and unfair media propaganda that attacked the GOP relentlessly.

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Stock Market Game Players (Not Long Term Investors) Always Panic Over Everything All The Time


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Time for an editorial about global markets and how they operate: most people are unaware that the USA is the lynchpin of the world’s economies.  We earned this via WWII.  And then doubled down with winning the Cold War.  But there was this nasty hitch: towards the end of the Vietnam War, the US began ‘strengthening allies’ due to losing that war via allowing Germany and Japan, our former dire foes, to export one way trade with the US.  The chief items: CARS.  Yes, vehicles.  Since then, including our oil imports, the US began running worse and worse trade deficits.

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ABC Fake News Caused Stocks To Crash, OOPS

Just the other day on Friday afternoon, ABC News decided to have a break in the shows to yell that Trump was going to be indicted for doing diplomacy with Russia which was totally fake news.  ABC’s fake news about Flynn & Russia causes stocks to crash — RT US News reports gleefully.  It seems all systems are crashing and burning every time liberals do something.  This toxic atmosphere has been created by liberals who think destruction of all systems will end with them ruling us.  This is stupid and dangerous.  But they can’t see the natural outcome of this sort of stupidity.

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Panic In Panda Land: Chinese Stocks Go Down Again And Again

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Stocks fall periodically.  This is due to people buying stocks on borrowed money and can’t afford to sit out downturns, for example.  Holding stock that pays good dividends works great.  Not panicking every time there is a hiccup in the market means over many years one collects lots and lots of money.  People who want fast money also cause panics.  Understanding that markets go up and down is key to a lifetime of few worries and serenity of the mind.  Of course, exiting stocks when a company is going the wrong direction is also key to not losing money.  This is why attending to information and basic awareness of the way a business is trending is highly recommended. Continue reading

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China Stock Market Crash: All Crashes Are The Same, No Lessons Ever Learned


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Way back long long ago when stock markets were first created in the Netherlands around 500 years ago, instantly there was a value bubble and it popped destroying many rich fortunes  The survivors of this event, the infamous Tulip mania of 1630s, led to economic destruction of the thriving Dutch economy and had a direct impact on my own ancestors driving them to the New World in desperation, settling in the Hudson Valley region to deal with beaver pelts.  One branch of my family was the Bards of London banking fame who faced ruin prior to this when they backed a British king’s wars in France.  Ever since the beginning of banking and stock markets, they always always crash.  Attempts at preventing this always fail due to greed.  People want infinity, money to pour in effortlessly, forever.  This leads to taking grave chances with reality setting in and stopping the infinity machine.

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