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Mc Rae : Independent -Sees Continued Growth And Is Positive On Equities

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Macrae is a Krugmanite mentalist. There isn't an honest market for anything, anywhere. The Fed, BoJ and PBoC are all still printing like Weimar drunks. Osborne is still borrowing 7% of GDP every year to generate a paltry 2% GDP growth and has his election hopes pinned on a second murderous house price bubble. It's a depression we're living through you bloody fool, not a recovery! When these emergency support measures fail everything bought with the leverage they've helped create and maintain will come undone simultaneously - assets, equities, bonds, commodities and even gold (temporarily).

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Macrae is a Krugmanite mentalist. There isn't an honest market for anything, anywhere. The Fed, BoJ and PBoC are all still printing like Weimar drunks. Osborne is still borrowing 7% of GDP every year to generate a paltry 2% GDP growth and has his election hopes pinned on a second murderous house price bubble. It's a depression we're living through you bloody fool, not a recovery! When these emergency support measures fail everything bought with the leverage they've helped create and maintain will come undone simultaneously - assets, equities, bonds, commodities and even gold (temporarily).

A depression for some, younger people/renters who were not reckless to overpay by mad amounts - not so much a depression for many of the selected and protected winners - best times ever for some.

Hopefully not savers enduring low rates that come undone in the crash, who haven't peeled away to chase risky yield on over-valued assets.

In times of desperation people will believe what they want to believe.
And so, we gave them what they wanted to believe.
A trick in the form of a signal (QE/0.5%/FLS etc), the Resistance VI / older owners / big leveraged debtors / BTLers thought would win the war.
And they were right, it will end this war. Except, that it is the Resistance VI / older owners / big leveraged debtors / BTLers that will be Terminated. Not Skynet Saver-Renters.
-Terminator Salvation

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Macrae is a Krugmanite mentalist. There isn't an honest market for anything, anywhere. The Fed, BoJ and PBoC are all still printing like Weimar drunks. Osborne is still borrowing 7% of GDP every year to generate a paltry 2% GDP growth and has his election hopes pinned on a second murderous house price bubble. It's a depression we're living through you bloody fool, not a recovery! When these emergency support measures fail everything bought with the leverage they've helped create and maintain will come undone simultaneously - assets, equities, bonds, commodities and even gold (temporarily).

You're (intentionally?) comparing nominal debt growth during an economy with an output gap with real GDP growth.

Naughty.

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You're (intentionally?) comparing nominal debt growth during an economy with an output gap with real GDP growth.

Naughty.

An output gap...gimme a break.

May as well bemoan the missing GDP of not having a British colony on Mars.

Inane theoretical nonsense.

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