So, England nationalizes Northern Rock and I’m supposed to feel better about myself? I don’t think so, fuckfaces.
At the end of the day, the price of a bagel is out of control inflated, selling for nearly $1 per, thanks to skyrocketing flour expenses. We have commodity prices running like internet stocks circa 1999, unemployment on the rise and a “tapped out” consumer—due to depreciating home values. And on top of that, we have the worst credit crisis since the Great Depression.
Don’t you fucktards get it?
The price of the bagel is going up. How can we live with 1 dollar bagel expenses and what will we eat?
Answer: We can’t. Nothing.
Seriously, because food is so vital, paying very high food expenses can actually deflate other prices—enabling the Government to declare low core cpi data. Think about it.
If people aren’t shopping at [[M]], because everyone is spending their money on inflated essentials, the price of 100% wool sweaters will drop.
In the meantime, I anticipate a long/arduous battle for the market. There are too many money managers, with far too much assets. These men are stupid, mind you. They will “acquire” shares of XYZ in the middle of a “thermo-nuclear” war because that shit will be “priced in.”
With my money, I will sell short more [[RIMM]], [[LEH]] and “acquire” more [[SRS]] and [[DUG]].If you enjoy the content at iBankCoin, please follow us on Twitter