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Tuesday, May 5, 2015

S&P 500 STILL NO WHERE NEAR ALL-TIME HIGH. CASH ACCRETION AND RHETORIC DECEIVES MANY.

In spite of the cringe-worthy stupidity that gets parroted by those working in financial news media of U.S. stocks near all-time highs, after removing the effects of inflation, stocks are no where near all-time highs.

Reality:



Fantasy:




If only almost all would stop with their silliness and begin to think, they would being to question how can stocks be at all-time highs if Congress-provided food welfare, SNAP (aka, food stamps) stays near all-time highs (SEE: YELLEN. THE FED, THE LIES, THE FAKE RECOVERY. 46 MILLION NEEDY AMERICANS STILL NEED FOOD STAMPS).

True record stock markets indexes would reflect an economy firing on all cylinders, with everyone who wants a job having one, with few needing Congress-provided welfare.

Since the S&P true crash at February 1, 2009, the collusion between those at the Federal Reserve and those of the U.S. Congress have managed to bleed into circulation 1.53 times the sum of cash in circulation at the crash. Said another way, there are 53% more dollars in circulation today (as of March 1, 2015) than there were on February 1, 2009.




So unless Americans massively increased their output of electricity, food, gasoline, clothing, steel, movie tickets and so on, no one should believe in any of the rhetoric about a growing economy or all-time highs stocks.

Growing up, never would I have believed that most adults could be as stupid as they are while some adults know no boundaries when it comes to being deceitful.