S&P 500 Futures - Mar 22

4,390.00
-84.75(-1.89%)
  • Prev. Close:
    4,390
  • Bid/Ask:
    4,381.25/4,381.50
  • Day's Range:
    4,381.25 - 4,487.00
  • Type:Index Future
  • Underlying:S&P 500

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  • europe is very bearish, now i\'m patiently waiting for the america\'s turn.
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    • and I don't think we're that far away from seeing this. Maybe a year or so or less than a year from now. The Fed is denying that they created the bubble, but we all know that they did create a massive bubble all around the world from Asia, America, to Europe. Who knows what will happen after this bubble burst. Maybe they will create a single currency and one central bank that will prevent countries from manipulating currencies to not allow this to ever happen again. The end of individual currency is nearing IMO.
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    • I agree with everything you said except the single currency. That would remove gov's from manipulating economies and the time line. I think they can drag out this bubble a lot longer and they will , for pure misguided political reasons.
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    • @Winston, you might be right. It could drag a lot longer before the bubble burst, and no one knows when this will happen. But ultimately, I think in order to earn investor's confidence in the market, I think the single currency is necessary. Otherwise, how will they fix the problem that created the bubble? Just like the regulators restricted lending practice after 2008 housing bubble, something will heavily regulate central banks from manipulating rates and easing. Now Asia is trying to create a single currency in their region, just imagine if they can combine Euro and Asian single currency and absorb Dollar as well. No currency manipulation, and those struggling nations will be forced to make structural reform, not printing their way out.
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