Here is the latest conversation I had with money manager Andrew Horowitz…. new insights for anyone who invests in anything.

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  1. msbpodcast says:

    I’ll be happy when the SGS Alternate unemployment rate hits over 50%. We’re already half-way there.

    At that point the politicians’ll have to come up with some new BS ’cause the old BS about job creators and the supply-side trickle-down economy obviously doesn’t work, and neither do most people.

    We, the 99%ers, have to think of what we want to do with our lives of forced indolence. (Very much like the 12,400 filthy rich who are in the same place, except for owning everything.)

    The 1%ers will have to bemoan the fact that their influence will diminish as nobody needs a management class when there is nobody to manage, and with over 50% unemployment, they obviously aren’t necessary.

    In the end the only thing we have to manage is the dispensation of birth control (probably in the drinking water, like in Logan’s Run)

  2. Isai says:

    How come no post about the Alex Jones, Piers Morgan meltdown? This sort of stuff is up your alley yet no post about it. I want to know your thoughts JCd.

    • deowll says:

      John isn’t putting much effort into this web site and neither are the volunteers that are helping him. Sorry. He needs some retired old farts with nothing better to do that will at least take the time to check Drudge or somebody and post a few more links.

  3. Dallas says:

    The blue curve is clearly from your bud, Horrorwitz. Everything is always in the shitter.

  4. dadeo says:

    Krugman!? lol

  5. BlueTurf says:

    There is a wealth of direct-comment on the Alex Jones / Piers Morgan thing from Dvorak & Curry on NoAgendaShow. Look it up… entertaining AND salient.

  6. Jim says:

    You’re aware that the “ceiling” is arbitrarily assigned (and arguably unconstitutional) and that CONGRESS is setting the spending (something about a constitutional thing they do.) Thus, they are effectively passing spending bills for obligations, then saying they don’t want to borrow the money to spend the money THEY allocated.

    So quit saying the administration is spending the country into oblivion, the CONGRESS passes the bills and obligates them to use the money.