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  • On Mon, 16 Mar 2015, 12:34pm PDT in California housing market bounces back in February, Nobody said:

    What? What do you mean it is up 2.4%? How could that be, when the inventory is so scarce? There were nothing to buy in Silicon Valley. It must be only in Central Valley where nobody cares.

  • On Mon, 16 Mar 2015, 12:31pm PDT in Oil Tumbles Under $43 As Key Support Breached; Fresh 6 Year Lows, Nobody said:

    I don't see how this could be bad for the economy. Oh, yeah, I forgot. This is bad for the 1%, and the media is controlled by the 1%. The 1% must be getting desperate. When the economy was bad, really bad for the 1%, the Feds had stepped into increasing the price of commodity by QE. Now the QE is ending, we should have known that the high price of oil was coming to an end. The demand by Chinese market is not really waning as their GDP is still growing. When Feds were helping the 1%, the rest of the economy was suffering. The 1% has recovered by hoarding more money from the middle class. Hence the middle class was disappearing fast. Now, QE is ending, we have to pay less at the pump and at the grocery stores.

    So who were the idiots that believed in trickle down economy? You guys are idiots. People are greedier than you think they are. They are hoarders. They swindle money from the middle class and hoard the money. We should call our economy "Hoarding Economy." And we should abandon the idea of giving tax breaks to the rich. It is ridiculous. Now, we can use the money we saved at the pump and the grocery stores to buy other goods. That will move the money around.

  • On Mon, 9 Mar 2015, 3:32pm PDT in 33% of Americans out of workforce, highest rate since 1978, Nobody said:

    Wait a minute. American aged 16 and older not participating in the labor market? Not participating? You interpret to mean that there is less job out there or bad economy? My kids and my friend's kids are not looking for a job. After i read you guys' comments, I am confused. I need to go check my eyes. No matter how many times I read, it looks like 16 to me. This is a classic omission of information to mislead the readers into thinking something more sinister is going on. Before making a judgement, do your own diligence.

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