Comments on: G20 Aftermath: It’s All About The Jobs!

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Planning the trade, trading the plan!Tue, 06 Jul 2010 14:36:59 +0000hourly1http://wordpress.org/?v=3.0By: Michhttps://www.beatingtheindex.com/its-all-about-the-jobs/comment-page-1/#comment-405
MichMon, 05 Jul 2010 15:38:31 +0000https://www.beatingtheindex.com/?p=432#comment-405DIY,

It’s looking like more stimulus will be needed when we are in an environment of budget cuts and austerity.Looking forward to the earnings season next week which could trigger a bounce or further weakness like you mentioned following poor earnings.DIY,

It’s looking like more stimulus will be needed when we are in an environment of budget cuts and austerity.Looking forward to the earnings season next week which could trigger a bounce or further weakness like you mentioned following poor earnings.

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DIY InvestorMon, 05 Jul 2010 02:51:04 +0000https://www.beatingtheindex.com/?p=432#comment-403Not only did G20 not accomplish anything it actually scared investors I think because it is clear there is a consensus to be fiscally frugal. At this juncture the belief is that governments need to spend-i.e. more stimulus is needed.
So we’re going down the road that brought us here. We need to think hard about adding jobs ( you’re right – the jobs situation is the bottom line) now and make a resolution to fix our fiscal situation when the economy improves.
Investors now are turning to earnings. A poor earnings season will just push us lower.
Not only did G20 not accomplish anything it actually scared investors I think because it is clear there is a consensus to be fiscally frugal. At this juncture the belief is that governments need to spend-i.e. more stimulus is needed.
So we’re going down the road that brought us here. We need to think hard about adding jobs ( you’re right – the jobs situation is the bottom line) now and make a resolution to fix our fiscal situation when the economy improves.
Investors now are turning to earnings. A poor earnings season will just push us lower.
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By: Michhttps://www.beatingtheindex.com/its-all-about-the-jobs/comment-page-1/#comment-400
MichSat, 03 Jul 2010 14:55:54 +0000https://www.beatingtheindex.com/?p=432#comment-400@FC, totally agree with you on the show, what bothers me is the cost of the photo shoot session, does it have to cost so much? Can’t they have it in Nunavik at a fraction of the price?

@Young i doubt many people got to use it =)@FC, totally agree with you on the show, what bothers me is the cost of the photo shoot session, does it have to cost so much? Can’t they have it in Nunavik at a fraction of the price?

@Young i doubt many people got to use it =)

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Financial CentsSat, 03 Jul 2010 00:35:24 +0000https://www.beatingtheindex.com/?p=432#comment-393It’s all for show Mich. The decisions are made long before the leaders come to any meeting. It’s all about politics, and those G20 leaders do it very well 🙂 (Sadly.)It’s all for show Mich. The decisions are made long before the leaders come to any meeting. It’s all about politics, and those G20 leaders do it very well :) (Sadly.)
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By: youngandthriftyhttps://www.beatingtheindex.com/its-all-about-the-jobs/comment-page-1/#comment-373
youngandthriftyWed, 30 Jun 2010 17:59:06 +0000https://www.beatingtheindex.com/?p=432#comment-373erm.. we got an indoor lake out of it?? =)erm.. we got an indoor lake out of it?? =)
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By: Kevin@InvestItWiselyhttps://www.beatingtheindex.com/its-all-about-the-jobs/comment-page-1/#comment-352
Kevin@InvestItWiselyMon, 28 Jun 2010 17:20:31 +0000https://www.beatingtheindex.com/?p=432#comment-352It’s also interesting how the resolutions aren’t actually binding. That means that basically everyone says a lot of nice things, shakes some hands, but at the end of the day, it remains to be seen what will actually translate into concrete action.It’s also interesting how the resolutions aren’t actually binding. That means that basically everyone says a lot of nice things, shakes some hands, but at the end of the day, it remains to be seen what will actually translate into concrete action.
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