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Reinforcing The ‘Noisy Status Quo’

To the extent the most recent drama is just the latest in a series of "predictable" political shocks, it reinforces what one might call the "noisy status quo" which is part and parcel of the market's inability to form a consensus.

To the extent the most recent drama is just the latest in a series of "predictable" political shocks, it reinforces what one might call the "noisy status quo" which is part and parcel of the market's inability to form a consensus.
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1 comment on “Reinforcing The ‘Noisy Status Quo’

  1. I am reminded of the ‘boy who cried “wolf” ‘ once (or thrice) too often. Up until yesterday (last night, in fact) I was inured to the “predictable shocks” which arrive constantly – and continuing to ‘buy, buy, buy’. I will probably continue to buy, for now, but with my antennae out for the inevitable pullback. At the same time I intend to become much more politically active (as I watch the Senate members point fingers at each other and trump) and to help to seek some sanity in that arena. We all deserve better. What, ME worry? r.

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