Guest Post: ISM Composite - Back To Pre-Crash Levels, But...

Tyler Durden's picture

Via Lance Roberts of Street Talk Live,

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StoleYourMoney's picture

Global recession -now sends markets to 52 week highs.

The trend is your friend's picture

The only thing that matters are the machines and the algo's that run them. Growth, contraction, recession are merely side shows

SheepDog-One's picture

Just make the lie big enough and keep repeating it enough and people will believe it.

earleflorida's picture


how about thinKing non?linear, einstein ...

get out of the corners and into the radius of irrational thought where data is but particles buoy'd by a streaming wave of wetlessness?

c`mon lance

Sudden Debt's picture

Not bad, I remember 2006 being a golden time :)

but somehow... reality feels a bit different this time...

asteroids's picture

The consumer is 70% of the economy and he's BROKE! He ain't going to get better any time soon. In fact, Obama and co after the last four years of beatings are now leading him over a cliff to finish him off.

El Viejo's picture

Yep, consumer debt is down only 8.6% but student debt is up 74% since start of 2007 recession and with the boomers retiring soon I see a long haul.


franzpick's picture

OT but is there new news behind the current tear in metals and the U$D?

Shizzmoney's picture

Incomes are stagnant, corporates are amoral institutions that do not give two shits about you, and job growth cannot keep up with growth population.

Until your government admits this to you, our economy, and others with it, will be holding a car door together with a rubber band, while driving 80mph down a congested highway.

At some point, we snap.  And when we do, I'm going to laugh my ass off.

g3h's picture

Stop saying some 30 trillion were thrown to the economy.  That is simply not true.  A few trillions, yes.  But not 30.

AynRandFan's picture

The U.S. is floating on a sea of federal spending and monetization.  What is reality anymore?  Growth = inflation!