Monday, October 16, 2017

Zero Hedge — "There Were No Calls, That’s Absolutely Crazy": How The Stock Market Died


Bubbles, bubbles, bubbles? Another game of musical chairs?

Zero Hedge
"There Were No Calls, That’s Absolutely Crazy": How The Stock Market Died
Tyler Durden

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

All the rewards of productivity are going to wealthy people who are looking for a place to earn a return on their wealth. This bids up stock and other asset prices. Old car prices are going up because the average Joe is making less than he used to make and can't afford a new one. Until something is done to share the wealth only the wealthy will prosper.

Matthew Franko said...

Its all online brokers now...