Illusion of Prosperity?

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Anonymous's picture

Why would there be "upward revisions" to employment numbers that have already been manipulated to the upside already?

Waldo

Leo Kolivakis's picture

Strong business investment, pick-up in new orders, hiring of temp workers which typically precedes the hiring of full-time workers. Last employment report we saw major revisions to previous month's figures and I think this is going to be a pattern going forward. Whether or not they're "manipulated" is totally irrelevant. Perception is everything and if they perceive that employment is coming back, you'll see it in the bond market. Bond guys are not as easily fooled as stock guys.

Anonymous's picture

Leo

Sorry but I don't see any of that happening and manipulated numbers are hardly irrelevant as they are unsustainable and tend to fall apart...but who knows we will see.

Waldo

Cursive's picture

Leo Kolivakis talks a lot more than "Wise One."

Leo Kolivakis's picture

I can't share all of our private conversation.

Anonymous's picture

you and peter are both chasing rabbits

this whole pile of shit is nothing but shit

Anonymous's picture

Dumped Green energy Friday hope you did the same.

Anonymous's picture

Algore and his buddies know what time it is. Friendly advise Leo, just say'in....... Don't be a bag holder!! It would not surprise me to see a claw back on some of the stimulus spending.

Leo Kolivakis's picture

As I publicly stated in many posts, I am a secular bull on Chinese solar stocks. They are very volatile, manipulated to death by big hedgies, but I kept buying the dips and riding my profits higher.

Anonymous's picture

Algore and his buddies know what time it is. Friendly advise Leo, just say'in....... Don't be a bag holder!! It would not surprise me to see a claw back on some of the stimulus spending.