Recent comments by sum luk

Belmont wrote:

Is fetuses the word? Fetai? Perhaps

… it's freetuus until viable

… uvxy is declaring pax Americana ~ can Janet really afford all this ?

arthur_dent wrote:

looks like mortgage debt is holding things back, non-mortgage debt is at new highs.

… see also: https://twitter.com/NickatFP/status/537278462537371649

arthur_dent wrote:

looks like mortgage debt is holding things back, non-mortgage debt is at new highs.

https://twitter.com/ReutersJamie/status/537277011954524160

Comrade Janošik wrote:

The problem is that how, when, and with whom we make war is no longer even considered part of the policy debate open to the general citizen.

… you need to reread "1984"

…from the posted Liberty Street link:

The aggregate household debt balance now stands at $11.71 trillion, up 0.7 percent from the previous quarter, but still well below the peak of $12.68 trillion in the third quarter of 2008.

Liberty Street Economics : Household Debt Balances Increase as Deleveraging Period Concludes

I have changed the outlook. This is true.

… with just a tiny little bit of help from the fed

Agronox wrote:

How about booze?

… see the apex ? …. I'm pretty sure it's on top of that.

poicv2.0 wrote:

That's a complex carbon-form

… she drinks a lotta watter - so she's well hydrated

KarmaPolice wrote:

What is a complex carbohydrate?

… you've never met my wife have you.

Agronox wrote:

if I had to choose between

… I had missed that ~ I was only thinking of the additional charges

KarmaPolice wrote:

Apple iPhone demand could hit record holiday high - MarketWatch

… the part that escapes me is the willingness to pay monthly data connection charges

ResistanceIsFeudal wrote:

HCN that the answer to too much debt was MOAR debt, and the fragility of an overleveraged system could be compensated for by applying more leverage? Probably Archimedes.

"We don’t have to worry about anything. No nation in the history of the world was ever sitting as pretty. If we want anything, all we have to do is go and buy it on credit."

Will Rogers

KarmaPolice wrote:

I suspect that in the coming months you're going to hear about tariffs on imported oil.

… drill baby, drill

Sebastian wrote:

My personal favorites are the worries that contradict each other.

… anyone who doesn't think the central banks are intervening in the markets - raise your hand

KarmaPolice wrote:

Netanyahu's Cabinet Moves to Define Israel as Jewish - NBC News

… if you can't find a way to get along with your neighbors after say 50 - 60 years, maybe you should seriously consider moving.

… uvxy is cheap ~ just sayin

… good weekend all ~ amusieren Sie sich sehr

Paradigm Lost wrote:

Off to make a sauce.

… is that sauce or sass ?

… always worry about the guy who's a little too enthusiastic

… ok, so j6p saves $25/wk on gas from mid-October through mid Jan and that pays for christmas. …. what else you got ?

https://twitter.com/SoberLook/status/535828817085214720/photo/1

… sometimes you need more than one beer

sum luk wrote:

… sounds like you've been listening to a little too much rush

https://twitter.com/WSJGraphics/status/535454109663772672

… sounds like you've been listening to a little too much rush

bearly wrote:

Government SHUTDOWN ?
Impeachment hearings ?

Got Popcorn?

ResistanceIsFeudal wrote:

Imagine the horror if the demand curve were to shift. Not to mention the cognitive dissonance.

NATIXIS:Why has the world become disinflationary?

arthur_dent wrote:

Facts are facts, the interpretation can differ greatly.

https://twitter.com/RBS_Economics/status/535821128179404800

Stagflationary Mark wrote:

real dividends per capita

… that's relevant because even the poors own stocks ~ right ?

… ok, so j6p saves $25/wk on gas from mid-October through mid Jan and that pays for christmas. …. what else you got ?

yuan wrote:

¡Viva la reconquista!

…. license fees, auto insurance and taxes ~ and no more free health care either

Mary wrote:

If corporations are people.

… corporations are not only legal persons, they have both political and religious rights. …. look for a corporate moneyestairy opening soon near you.

Mary wrote:

Corporations are not people.

. … unquestionably, there is a corporate nobility …feudalism is really not that far away

josap wrote:

Lower wages >>>>> J6P<<<<< higher cost of living.

… an early winter break in oil prices makes for a priceless christmas

arthur_dent wrote:

Facts are facts, the interpretation can differ greatly.

https://twitter.com/Callum_Thomas/status/535505030896308226

dilbert dogbert wrote:

I blame Obama for this mess. We need more distressed properties we can scoop up for pennies.

https://twitter.com/JedKolko/status/535451184933654529

Firemane wrote:

So, medical marijuana is driving down death by Prescription Pain Killer. HCN?

Lets take a coffee break

http://macromon.wordpress.com/2014/11/20/us-sector-etf-performance-november-20/

... as FI likes to say ~ have a nice day

showing a graph going back five years is called cherrypicking.

.... someone else's graph of 5 years worth of data of is cherry picking ? .... seriously, .........

Rob Dawg wrote:

Got one that goes back to ancient history say 2006? Thought not.

... feel free to actually contribute something.

... grab a piece of j6p's gasoline savings ~ that's all he's got left