I’ve just about had enough lobster for a lifetime. The last time I visited this delapidated meth den was 7 years ago, at which point I was rolling in dough — trying to explore the country. This go around, I’m still rolling in dough, but I’m also in search for constant cultural enrichment. If I’m not around teachable moments, I get bored very quickly.
Speaking of which, I taught myself a lesson tonight, after gouging myself to the gills like a pig off a lobster roll of extreme proportions. I went to the famous Red’s Eats in Wiscasset and I have to say it was severely overrated. Although they slapped an entire lobster on my roll, I found myself hating lobster after it was done. Thus far, my favorite roll was discovered at Ford’s Lobster in Noank, CT.
Post the rise of white supremacy and the specter of a barrage military action by the Trump regime, S&P futures are higher by 8. Japanese GDP came in at +4%, which is an outrageous number. I don’t even know what to think about it.
It’s probably bullshit.
The unexpectedly strong GDP print was driven by a 9.9% jump in private non-residential investment as well as an striking 21.9% annualized surge in public investment as some of the public works spending included in last year’s economic stimulus package starting to emerge; meanwhile exports declined.
On a sequential basis, GDP rose 1.0%, above the 0.6% expected, up from the 0.4% in Q1 and the highest print in just over two years.
I expect all to climb the wall of worry tomorrow, providing President Trump with additional moments to brag and bang walls, regarding the markets at all time highs. Let me remind you, Trump was the guy who said the markets were rigged last year, blaming it on the Fed.
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