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Old Jun 13, 2015, 9:19pm   #25
 
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Inflation erodes debt!


Deflation increases debt burden...
Inflation artificially erodes debt. As always, you never explain your reasoning behind anything. You throw spaghetti against the wall and see what sticks.
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Old Jun 13, 2015, 10:07pm   #26
 
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Inflation artificially erodes debt. As always, you never explain your reasoning behind anything. You throw spaghetti against the wall and see what sticks.

Hhiusa,

First you talk as if you know what you are talking about and then you ask the simplest of questions which I would guess most businessmen would, from mere experience in trading would know the answers to... So I'm very confused about you as to whether you are on one big wind up or really just an interesting subject.

I thought I'd engage in some bloggs and exchanges with you to see what you have to offer that I may be able to glean or extract out of your grey cells, but find you leave much to be desired.

No doubt you think the same about me and indeed I'm happy to leave it at that.

As for explaining everything I write to your good self, may I suggest you try googling your questions in the hope you'll find some comprehensive articles to your satisfaction.

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Old Jun 13, 2015, 10:18pm   #27
 
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Hhiusa,

First you talk as if you know what you are talking about and then you ask the simplest of questions which I would guess most businessmen would, from mere experience in trading would know the answers to... So I'm very confused about you as to whether you are on one big wind up or really just an interesting subject.

I thought I'd engage in some bloggs and exchanges with you to see what you have to offer that I may be able to glean or extract out of your grey cells, but find you leave much to be desired.

No doubt you think the same about me and indeed I'm happy to leave it at that.

As for explaining everything I write to your good self, may I suggest you try googling your questions in the hope you'll find some comprehensive articles to your satisfaction.

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I don't ask for explanations from you because I want the answers for myself. I am asking you those questions because I want you to explain yourself. If someone was to propose a business idea, then I would expect them to have a decent explanation. they would not tell me to Google it if I wanted their explanation. When you state something, then you should be prepared to provide your reasoning. If you have no explanation and you say google it, that is just another cop-out reply. I am confused about you as well. Do you ever provide well-formed formulas for your theories or is it as @new_trader says? I'll take his advice and ignore you from you from now on.
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Old Jun 13, 2015, 10:25pm   #28
 
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I don't ask for explanations from you because I want the answers for myself. I am asking you those questions because I want you to explain yourself. If someone was to propose a business idea, then I would expect them to have a decent explanation. they would not tell me to Google it if I wanted their explanation. When you state something, then you should be prepared to provide your reasoning. If you have no explanation and you say google it, that is just another cop-out reply. I am confused about you as well. Do you ever provide well-formed formulas for your theories or is it as @new_trader says? I'll take his advice and ignore you from you from now on.

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Old Jun 13, 2015, 10:44pm   #29
 
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UK inflation and Greek debt has been good for the dollar.
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Agree with 4 and not 11
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Old Jun 14, 2015, 3:25am   #31
 
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Hollywood is the entertainment capital of world. I am also partial to Scandinavian crime dramas like Forbrydelsen (The Killing) and Bron (The Bridge).
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Hollywood is the entertainment capital of world. I am also partial to Scandinavian crime dramas like Forbrydelsen (The Killing) and Bron (The Bridge).
Thanks, sound good will check them out.
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