Main Street Market is a Bubble!
– December 3, 2018, 12:05:14A stock market is like a bubble, it is a speculative bubble, but the real bubble is its size.
This bubble is growing so fast that it is already over the horizon.
It is so large that it could burst, or it could be sustained.
If the market continues to increase, it could cause a financial catastrophe.
Inflation is the inflation of the price of the dollar.
That means that the value of your dollar is the amount of money that you have in your bank account.
It also means that your currency is the value that you put in the bank account at the time that you make a purchase.
Inflation can be caused by either a fall in the value or a rise in the price.
If inflation increases, it can cause you to spend more and you can pay more for the same items.
If you are paying more in interest than the value is worth, you can also lose money because the interest rate is now higher than the price would have been.
The value of the currency that you hold is the sum of its price, its supply and the amount that you pay in interest.
If your currency gets too low, you are not able to pay more and the bank will not be able to lend you money.
If it gets too high, you may need to borrow to pay your bills.
In addition, inflation can cause the value to drop when you invest.
If money is being lent to you, it may be that you will be able’t pay it back.
In general, if you are an average person, your currency will continue to rise in value as inflation increases.
If that happens, the amount you are being paid will decrease.
If, on the other hand, inflation increases and you are receiving more money in interest from the bank, you will end up paying more interest than you would have in the absence of inflation.
In that case, the interest you pay is the difference between the current value of what you have and the value you would receive if you paid interest.
However, if the value goes up and the interest goes down, you end up being more in debt than you otherwise would be.
This article is a continuation of a previous article I wrote in June 2018.
I would like to see a rise to 4% or more in the U.S. stock market by the end of 2020.
I do not want a recession in the stock market.
I believe that the economy is ready for that and that we should not be afraid of it.