Lady, did you know that the Japanese house bubble of 1986 and the US house bubble of the last decade were fueled by too much money at the top classes? The combination of too much money, low interest rates, and reckless lending caused both housing bubbles.
You pay too much for coffee, for gasoline, for everything, all because the hedge funds are stuffed to the gills with money from the rich. If the savings rested with the other classes it would help society. But being at the top it actually speculates against society and is destroying our society.
Sorry, there, not their.
"Simply put, economic bubbles often occur when too much money is chasing too few assets" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economic_bubble
Add to too much money, too much hedge fund leverage and you have easy money lending and artificially priced CDO's without risk taken into account.
There's nothing to answer its a false premise. You make the assumption that hedge funds have all the money and are bidding up the same assets. You further expect us to believe if that money was spread throughout society demand wouldn't change at all and neither would prices. Its a ridiculous notion.
... why'd he expect you to answer him in only 12 minutes?
If hedge funds had less money to gamble with there would be less gambling. Sort of a no brainer Lady. But that hasn't gotten in your way before either.
this is nonsense. These collapses were created NOT because there was "too much money in the top classes", but because we have drunken sailors operating the monetary system today.
Modern Monetary Theory is a complete joke. "Hey, instead of saving money for things you actually want, let's just print money out of thin air and spend it on stupid shit to make the numbers look bigger!!... be careful to keep the amount of money you create small so that on a year to year basis the fact that we're printing money out of thin air is harder to see".
PS: "their" is different than "They're" is different than "there".
Sorry, you are incorrect. Study the Japanese bubble and you will find out otherwise. The Bush tax cut for the rich actually spurred the same thing in the United States. Unless you are prepared to disprove what has been studied, you are just whining.
When to much newly printed money chase too few assets bubbles are created... look at silver... it's clearly in bubble territory. But for crude I can't say so, it's fundamental and it's going to reach 200 by 2015, still it will not be in bubble zone. Same is true for gold!
I think hedge funds are new breeds of capitalism, but the concept is unique! Isn't it? Proper hedging can make you a millionaire overnight!
nah, silver already collapsed. It's going to rebound though.
Tell that to my idiot broker! Lol!
They do serve a useful purpose contrary to popular belief.
Fair value is what a buyer is willing to pay. Is there a bubble is silver and gold? That depends on whether or not the feds can return the money supply back to where it was 6 years ago. I'm betting they can't as are hedge funds and commodity traders everywhere and history is on their side.
HEY BGAMALL!!! DID YOU KNOW THAT YOU SHOULD HAVE USED "THERE" IN YOUR FORUM POST?!?!?!
What?!?! you haven't responded yet?!?!?!
Yes, he did, he corrected himself in the first post before anybody had replied.
... that wasn't really the point of my argument.
he demanded that LaLo respond in under 12 minutes to new forum.
Did you noticed that I acknowledged that? Or did you bother to read?
Bgamall - You are correct and you're never going to convince those who feel good about the elderly having to hold down jobs at Walmart or think it's okay that the American people have to pay tens of thousands of dollars every year for healthcare (if they can get it).
Yeah it is going to have to take each one of us at a time to change our society! lol
Define erderly.... because it sure isn't 65 or 50 for that matter.
by Joan King 22 months ago
Can too much money make you unhappy?You hear some awful stories about people who win the lottery or who have lots of money but nothing seems to go right for them.While this may not apply to everyone with money,do you think if you had a lot of money it would make you unhappy?
by na cairridire 7 years ago
How much money is too much money?
by gabrielthomas72 7 years ago
Are Sports Stars paid too much money?In a world where countries are on the brink of financial collapse and ordinary citizens struggle to make ends meet. Can the wages of our top Sports Stars really be justified? Last year Forbes Sports Money listed that the top 50 earners, earnt an average of $28...
by Sally Gulbrandsen 3 years ago
Do we spend too much money on well people when it could be used to help the sick get better?Is it just possible that the money we spend every year to test well people for Disease might be better spent on treating the ill.Do you perhaps have a story to tell which justifies this ongoing expenditure?
by BobbiRant 2 years ago
Do you think doing too much for a guy in a relationship, turns him off?A friend told me that doing too much for a guy, his laundry, cooking, shopping, especially in a new relationship, can turn a guy off. She said the more he does for himself makes him feel better. Do you agree?
by Gregg Biancci 3 years ago
Just wondering what people think on this topic, I don't want to know how much you do it, just wondering if anyone thinks there is a standard or rule as to how much!I'm of the thinking that 3-4 times a week is acceptable.
Copyright © 2019 HubPages Inc. and respective owners. Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners. HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc. HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.
HubPages Inc, a part of Maven Inc.
|HubPages Device ID||This is used to identify particular browsers or devices when the access the service, and is used for security reasons.|
|Login||This is necessary to sign in to the HubPages Service.|
|HubPages Traffic Pixel||This is used to collect data on traffic to articles and other pages on our site. Unless you are signed in to a HubPages account, all personally identifiable information is anonymized.|
|Remarketing Pixels||We may use remarketing pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to advertise the HubPages Service to people that have visited our sites.|
|Conversion Tracking Pixels||We may use conversion tracking pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to identify when an advertisement has successfully resulted in the desired action, such as signing up for the HubPages Service or publishing an article on the HubPages Service.|