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"Janet's With Her" - The Fed & Politics

Authored by Bonner & Partners' Bill Bonner, annotated by Acting-Man's Pater Tenebrarum, Inside Track The stock market – where shares in profit-making companies are exchanged – went up again. Does this mean the outlook for making money is improving? Does this presage higher dividends for the stockholders? What, exactly, do investors expect? Partisan politics is for the most part a distraction, maintaining the illusion of choice for the public.
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