Stock Markets Take Off As It Looks More And More Like President Trump Will Win A Second Term In November!

P_D
  |     |   366 posts since 2020

At 5% for the last 2 years, at best you were treading water in a sea of inflation. Hopefully you diversified and had some money in stocks.

Wall Street is starting to turn bullish on a Trump win in November. Not saying you should necessarily be getting into the stock market right now because you may have missed the most recent surge. But I don't believe in timing. There is no reason why you can't start on a regular investment in stocks by spreading it out over time so you average into the market. Stocks are a longer-term play but a critical part of any portfolio. If you can take the ups and downs and have enough time to wait, as long as America retains its leadership position in the world and does not kowtow to its adversaries you cannot lose.




Sanger
  |     |   134 posts since 2022
I sure hope so P_D our world is on fire right now we need a real Commander in Chief. At the Helm .
P_D
  |     |   366 posts since 2020
It's America's last best chance of getting back to a leadership role. We cannot afford to make another mistake in November and travel four more years on this rudderless ship. The fate of the entire world is at stake.
Sanger
  |     |   134 posts since 2022
Hi P_D this is where we are at in this country it is us against insanity with some of these people.
milty
  |     |   235 posts since 2018
This just in . . . when talking about national security, Trump just mistook Nikki Haley for his former national security advisor H.R. McMaster who on Jan 7, 2021 had this to say, "President Trump and other officials have repeatedly compromised our principles in pursuit of partisan advantage and personal gain.”

So, whatever is causing the Martket to bounce (which is more than likely the expectation of lower rates . . . but also note that it is only about a half-dozen stocks that are mostly driving the recent increase), the fact is Biden has not been trying to manipulate the Fed or the Market (at least not publicly) for partisan advantage and personal gain. Let's make sure Trump gets 4 more years . . . in jail.
Sherlock
  |     |   48 posts since 2020
And when Trump, the ant-Democracy former President loses again, he will lie and say he really won, the election was stolen. Imagine how the stock market and American economy declines under an authoritarian government run by Trump
111
  |     |   458 posts since 2019
"and American economy declines under an authoritarian government run by Trump". Uhh, you mean like the period from January 2017 until COVID threw a massive monkey-wrench into everything? From what I see many people today, of all political persuasions, are looking back on that time with nostalgia compared to the present messes we find ourselves in.
Mak
  |     |   264 posts since 2011
So you're in a mess, I thought you said you're doing fine?
You like to cherry pick dates also I see, was Trump president during covid, yes that time he was actually president so covid is his just like the other presidents in history that have had catastrophes of some kind or another... another fact is that Trump put on almost 25% of the national debt.... let's not to leave that out too.
111
  |     |   458 posts since 2019
Mak - for me and mine - yes, doing fine financially. It's the country I'm more worried about, for financial and other reasons. We're involved in supporting two wars, vs. none under Trump. Well, maybe it's really three, if you count the drawn-out invasion of our southern border that is a lot closer to home that the other two. And last I heard the other two don't include fentanyl attacks on US citizens. Bidenomics is polling at 33%, which is hilarious because conservatives actually coined the term and initially Joe and his caretakers refused to accept it, then later adopted it as their own! Probably having 2nd or 3rd thoughts about that these days.
Mak
  |     |   264 posts since 2011
There's a lot there.: 
First of all I worry about myself,  I'm not worried about the country, the country has been thru all sorts of troubled times but it always pulls thru and if you think a one term president is going to change anything, whoever that might be I think you're fooling yourself.
You should talk to my mother, she's lived thru it all, the Great Depression, WW1, Pearl Harbor, WW2... what do you think people were thinking then, but here we are.

1--- we're supporting two wars...just curious, do you think we shouldn't be?
Btw, we're not at war until we declare war and so far we haven't.

2- There has always been a problem at the border, take a look back in history, high during times when our economy is doing well and drops off during times it isn't... peaked in 2000 dropped from there started to climb in 2018-2019 but dropped off during covid. All that being said, I do agree that the border is a problem but Trump is not the answer for me for various reasons.
Sherlock
  |     |   48 posts since 2020
"We're involved in supporting two wars vs none under Trump" This logic doesn't fly. The self described omnipotent Trump could not have prevented the Russians from invading Ukraine nor Hamas from attacking Israel. If these events occurred while Trump was in office, he would have wholeheartedly supported aid to Israel as can be predicted by his previous support of Israel. While the support of Ukraine is waning for some, as U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) said in a recent speech in the Senate "Putin is an Imperialist Who Must Be Stopped Now or He Will Become More Dangerous"
THE BIGGEST DANGER TO THE COUNTRY and OUR ECONOMY IS:
Trump, the anti-Democracy former President who tried to hold on to power by claiming the election was stolen and continues to spread these lies while campaigning,
Trump’s drumbeat of lies about the 2020 election keeps getting louder. Here are the facts
https://apnews.com/article/trump-2020-election-lies-debunked-4fc26546b07962fdbf9d66e739fbb50d
111
  |     |   458 posts since 2019
Sherlock - Perhaps you'd better drag Dr. Watson in on this one, because there are a number of things you're just not seeing. For starters, you're confused about cause, effect, and especially deterrence. Think about when and where Putin DID invade Ukraine. Crimea in 2014, much of the rest of Ukraine in 2022. What is significant about those dates? The first occurred within the term of a weak (internationally and militarily) US President, Obama, (remember the "red line that shall not be crossed" in Syria?) and the second was within the term of an even weaker one.

Note that none of Putin's aggression occurred between 2017 and 2020. Hmm, wonder who was President then? Wonder why Putin decided not to invade then?  Or, Hamas decided not to attack Israel then?

Trump believed that a strong US military and foreign policy deters attacks and wars. Peace through strength, NOT peace by pretending your enemies "are really nice guys at heart, if only we understood them better". Jeez!
milty
  |     |   235 posts since 2018
"Wonder why Putin decided not to invade then?" It's hard to say, since I don't think he's on record as why he waited till 2022. Maybe he hoped it would help his pal win the next election, or maybe it was because Zelinsky didn't do Trump that favor and it was payback, or maybe it was too many years of NATO encroachment, or maybe it was something else. When it comes to cause and effect, without proof, one has to be careful not to fall into the post hoc, ergo propter hoc fallacy.
_letsgobrandon_
  |     |   13 posts since 2023
Sherlock, at least Trump is Pro-America..a Patriot. This current anti-America embarrassment in the Whitehouse is having his strings pulled by the most anti-America Whitehouse occupant we have ever seen -- Barry Obama.
Mak
  |     |   264 posts since 2011
This is how much Trump cares about America, hoping for a market crash.....idiots!

“When there’s a crash, I hope it’s going to be during this next 12 months because I don’t want to be Herbert Hoover. The one president – I just don’t want to be Herbert Hoover,” Trump said in an interview that aired Monday on the right-wing platform Lindell TV.
Ally6770
  |     |   3,659 posts since 2010
_letsgobrandon_
Oh I thought it was just trump that has his father pay a doc to diagnose that he had "bunions" to keep him out of the military. What a patriot both trump and his father were!!!
gsquare
  |     |   45 posts since 2022
You mean that all 'merican hero Captain Bonespurs?
Mak
  |     |   264 posts since 2011
Can't argue with most of your comment but make sure and remind them to leave a beneficiary on their account just in case....;)

You posting that reminds me of a:
spin doctor......a person (such as a political aide) responsible for ensuring that others interpret an event from a particular point of view
Sanger
  |     |   134 posts since 2022
MAK YOU ARE SO BRAIN DEAD YOU ARE HOPELESS !
Mak
  |     |   264 posts since 2011
The way you follow P_D around and worship Trump, which one grabbed you by your p***y or did both of them or maybe just hoping on your part?
Sanger
  |     |   134 posts since 2022
Hey, Mak, I like following you around on here too you make such a fool out of yourself. I sure know how to draw you from under the rocks.    I think you are having a meltdown Trump derangement syndrome. I hope I am bringing out the best of you.
fliegeroh
  |     |   71 posts since 2022
I hope you are right.
JWARREN
  |     |   58 posts since 2017
I'd rather drink muddy water ...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VRjBkNYnlik
111
  |     |   458 posts since 2019
P_D - I dunno, you may be overoptimistic. I noticed that "Voters in Dixville Notch have cast the first votes in the New Hampshire primary, with all six voters choosing former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley." This is the tiny town in northern New Hampshire that opened and closed its poll just after midnight ET this morning, and has done so since 1960. https://www.cnn.com/2024/01/23/politics/dixville-notch-new-hampshire-primary/index.html

Reminds me of the 2016 general election, when early news results showed Hillary winning handily in American Samoa and the Hillary-ites were ecstatic.

Trump should clearly be concerned. When you've lost BOTH the Dixville Notch crowd AND the coconut demographic - surely you've lost America! (LOL)
Kaight
  |     |   1,095 posts since 2011
Strictly FYI in the 2016 POTUS election, which he won, President Donald J. Trump garnered only a single electoral vote in New England. Think about that for a moment. Chew on it. Throughout Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island . . . . just a single electoral vote!

Betcha can't guess whence came that singular, very out of step for the region, electoral vote. Let's just say St. John and even Moncton are not far away.  :-)
Eil
  |     |   27 posts since 2018
Kaight, that would be Maine District 2, MAGA country.
And what's hilarious about the Dixville Notch, their residents unanimously voted Biden in the general.
Kaight
  |     |   1,095 posts since 2011
Well done, Eil:

Yep. You got it! Still some genuine Americans living that far up in Maine, hard alongside the Canadian border. Good traditional American people up there, but they must be lonely since other real Americans live so far away, with a bunch of liberal yahoos in between!
P_D
  |     |   366 posts since 2020
I saw that Dixville Notch vote happen live this morning. Fortunately it is meaningless. All six of them looked like drug addicts.

Aptly named town though.
Mak
  |     |   264 posts since 2011
Become ungovernable
42 minutes ago
Lloyd Austin’s body double must still not be ready for prime time. No one has seen him in like three weeks now. Rumors that the Russians killed him in an air strike in Ukraine not so crazy anymore.
__________________

What drugs do you think this maga nut is taking, Trumpcaine? lol.... I have never seen so many loons in my life as I've seen in the last few years.
Sanger
  |     |   134 posts since 2022
Hey, Mak, you are the nutjob! You just do not know it.
Mak
  |     |   264 posts since 2011
Could you be a bigger doofus than you already are, I doubt it.
Ally6770
  |     |   3,659 posts since 2010
NAME CALLING
111
  |     |   458 posts since 2019
Mak, I agree with you on the "loons" part - those Russia hoaxsters pis**d me off too!
Mak
  |     |   264 posts since 2011
Nice spin 111 but I think anyone that's not a Trump loon gets the gist....;)
sams1985
  |     |   607 posts since 2022
Somebody who regularly dines at taco bell shouldn't be throwing any stones.
Ally6770
  |     |   3,659 posts since 2010
P_D
You do know that your guy did say if Biden was elected we would be in a depression and the market would go down and we would have a depression don't you?
This is a guy that went bankrupt 5 times.
I understand that tomorrow a report will be out for the last 50 years and the how the stock market did under each party.
Mak
  |     |   264 posts since 2011
December 17 2023 "Trump bemoans record stock market as just making 'rich people richer'"

Sept 2016 Trump blamed Janet Yellen for keeping rates too low, creating a false economy for Obama.

Sept 2019 Trump calls fed boneheads and tells them they should cut rates to zero or even take them negative.

Nov 2020 President Donald Trump briefly emerged to tout the Dow Jones Industrial Average breaking 30,000 for the first time ever, and then vanished after a minute without taking questions.
JeffinEasternFL
  |     |   750 posts since 2020
300~ eligible people (or so) in the USA and we get: Biden v Trump?? Gawd, ....
betaguy
  |     |   154 posts since 2022
shows you its just a circus.
Ally6770
  |     |   3,659 posts since 2010
161.42 registered voters in 2022. Down from 168 million in 2020.
JVW
  |     |   79 posts since 2018
Is he that stable genius we've been hearing about?
deplorable_1
  |     |   1,240 posts since 2020
Well the stock market rise could be just as much of a result of the perception of falling interest rates just as much as the odds of a Trump second term since DeSantis dropped out of the race. Now it's Trump vs. Biden Everyone else should just stop kidding themselves ahem Nikki Haley aka liberal lite. What will be funny is watching liberals try to figure out how Biden "won" the last election but loses this one. Many of us already know but so many are still in denial. Sorry for the spoiler alert but it's kind of what I do.
Mak
  |     |   264 posts since 2011
Another genius that still thinks the election was stolen, polly want a cracker.

Could you be any bigger a doofus than sanger...it's a toss up.
HankKingsley
  |     |   25 posts since 2023
My gas is $3 a gallon and 401k up 30%. Neither have anything to do with who's sleeping in the WH. Rarely does.
Ally6770
  |     |   3,659 posts since 2010
HankKingsley- -
The US is drilling more oil than any other country and the most ever since Biden has been in.
Gas is $2.75 this morning in Michigan. Gas goes up and down. I assume the problem in your area may because of getting the gas to your area. We did have had huge snow and ice storms this last week throughout the country. Gas prices go up and down because of availability and consumption.
Get a gas app for your phone or computer and find the best gas with high detergent that is the cheapest in your area. Go to the library and ask which is the best one if you have no friends that will help you.
HankKingsley
  |     |   25 posts since 2023
Have gas buddy, Costco has tier one, so I'm living like a Saudi prince. I've spent enough time in the middle east to understand that commodity. Israel has enough submarines to close down the straights of hormuz, then will see 10 bucks a gallon. Bottom line, spare capacity is so fragile that the US production is nice, but hardly matter.
Ally6770
  |     |   3,659 posts since 2010
I just looked and Costco is still $2.75 here. I usually buy from Costco or the Meijer on the south side of town if I have to go there. Both are about the same price and both top tier. But the Meijer store by me is higher. I usually am on this side of town. Both are 8 miles from my house but with 3 colleges here the prices are quite competitive though Meijer grocery prices are lower on the other side of the state in their ads. I always check the prices before I leave the house and top the tank if their are low. I rarely get below 3/4 tank. But can do all my errands around a long block and make 1 or 2 trips a month.
deplorable_1
  |     |   1,240 posts since 2020
Well Mak I guess every Batman needs a joker and you are definitely a joker and needing some new material it seems. You think we are all crazy if we care more about the country as a whole than we do about our own personal financial situation. Sure I'm doing fine financially but there are millions who are not under this administrations policies. What do you say to them? "Let them eat cake"? We all know you are doing well you tell us how well you are doing every day....is that supposed to be some kind of justification for your political views? Just curious.
Mak
  |     |   264 posts since 2011
From the guy that said he wants his tax cut and that's what he cares about.....lol
Mak
  |     |   264 posts since 2011
From the guy that said 30% ago, "I'm not buying this dip"....doofus.....lol
111
  |     |   458 posts since 2019
D1 - "Well the stock market rise could be just as much of a result of the perception of falling interest rates just as much as the odds of a Trump second term since DeSantis dropped out of the race." Quite true.

There's a WSJ article I posted a few weeks ago, but it may bear repeating. Headline is "Money Moves to Make If You’re Expecting the Fed to Lower Interest Rates". In particular, what caught my eye was the chart, "Annualized Investment Returns for Rate Cycles Since 1990" (data from Blackrock). Note the average annualized ROI for equities, bonds and cash during the "Rate-Pause Period", the time between the last hike and the first cut. Note how much greater it's been for stocks and bonds, especially stocks, during the pause than either before or after it. If we're in that pause period (and that's an assumption, not a certainty), that period has historically been an especially good time to own stocks.

I'm not big on market timing for specific stocks, bonds, etc. But, it seems to me that this is more of a macroeconomic trend that historically has shown a repeatably higher probability of stocks doing well in this particular phase of a rate cycle.

https://www.wsj.com/personal-finance/money-interest-rate-investment-stocks-bonds-4310b111
John19
  |     |   307 posts since 2022
It's always a good time to buy stocks if you're in it for the long haul. Wait too long and the price could keep going up. With the volatility in the past few years, it's laughable thinking you could time it perfectly. There has been probably 10 corrections in that time period. With CD's you wait too long to buy and lose .25%, with stocks it could be 15%. Donald Trump is a sleaze-bag and Nikki Haley would kill her children for Israel. We need Bernie Sanders lol.
P_D
  |     |   366 posts since 2020
8 years ago.

Some things never change...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G87UXIH8Lzo

=== BREAKING ===

President Trump just won New Hampshire.
deplorable_1
  |     |   1,240 posts since 2020
Another one down......https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PqUenEMwsdQ
LongTimeDAFan
  |     |   57 posts since 2022
Four years ago, this country was doing so well that I remember thinking, "How could Trump possibly NOT win in November?" Hah! And then came the Covid... You know, the one that Nancy Pelosi down-played so much at that time, even during the State of the Union address, where President Trump was the only one telling people about the "Chinese virus".
And then miraculously, Biden won the election. Hah! So let's not kid ourselves and think that anything is a done deal. Personally, I expect that the Dems have something all-new up their sleeves for this upcoming election. Just wait and see...
deplorable_1
  |     |   1,240 posts since 2020
Yes you are correct they certainly used the covid as a political weapon. Let's just say I remain cautiously optimistic this time around.
P_D
  |     |   366 posts since 2020
"You know, the one that Nancy Pelosi down-played so much at that time, even during the State of the Union address, where President Trump was the only one telling people about the "Chinese virus".*

"China virus"

"Spanish Flu?," no problem saying that. But when President Trump dared to tell the truth and call that virus by the correct name he was slammed by the Democrats. No honesty allowed when their whole political platform is based on deceiving people.

Oh yes that's true! Among Pelosi's cringe-worthy and irresponsible behavior was her pathetic politically motivated pandering visit to Chinatown in San Francisco {the beautiful city turned third world country, destroyed by the open border).

"Don't worry. Nothing to see here.*

How many people you figure she killed with this super-spreader video?

https://youtu.be/eFCzoXhNM6c
milty
  |     |   235 posts since 2018
"How many people you figure she killed with this super-spreader video?" Not as many as Trump did by telling people to take hydroxychloroquine and bleach. What a character he was trying to blame China to his xenophobic, uninformed base (San Francisco's Chinatown, just like NYC's, is of course not in China), while doing as much personal business with them as he could.

Ironic eh, given it's name, that the Spanish Flu is believed to have originated in the U.S.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7685699/
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-52407177
https://www.forbes.com/sites/danalexander/2023/04/10/china-paid-trump-millions-in-rent-then-he-left-the-white-house/?sh=440206bd4f39
111
  |     |   458 posts since 2019
Milty and P_D - Actually, very few people today think the "Spanish Flu" originated in Spain.
"Spain was one of only a few major European countries to remain neutral during World War I. Unlike in the Allied and Central Powers nations, where wartime censors suppressed news of the flu to avoid affecting morale, the Spanish media was free to report on it in gory detail. News of the sickness first made headlines in Madrid in late-May 1918, and coverage only increased after the Spanish King Alfonso XIII came down with a nasty case a week later.
Since nations undergoing a media blackout could only read in-depth accounts from Spanish news sources, they naturally assumed that the country was the pandemic’s ground zero. The Spanish, meanwhile, believed the virus had spread to them from France, so they took to calling it the “French Flu.”

Also, it is still not known for certain where this flu originated, although the US is one possibility.
"While it’s unlikely that the “Spanish Flu” originated in Spain, scientists are still unsure of its source. France, China and Britain have all been suggested as the potential birthplace of the virus, as has the United States, where the first known case was reported at a military base in Kansas on March 11, 1918."

https://www.history.com/news/why-was-it-called-the-spanish-flu
P_D
  |     |   366 posts since 2020
Very unlikely that the Spanish Flu originated in the US because it didn't appear here in large numbers until American troops came back from Europe in WW1.

I had two family members who died from it that I know of: my grandfather's mother when he was a child and a 4 year old girl who is buried near where I live.

China on the other hand is a different story.

China already knew that the China virus was deadly and transmissible human to human and had shut down travel from Wuhan to other places in China but ALLOWED travel from Wuhan to other countries thereby intentionally spreading the carnage around the world.  Meanwhile they used their propaganda mouthpiece WHO to spread lies about the virus to catch America off-guard.

I think it's pretty clear what happened.  The virus came from the Wuhan lab and was unintentionally released.  Once China realized that their economy was going to take a massive hit, they intentionally made sure that the US got infected too so our economy would also be decimated.

In other words they committed a biological WMD attack on America.

https://imagizer.imageshack.com/img923/4940/vPODXu.png
milty
  |     |   235 posts since 2018
"Very unlikely that the Spanish Flu originated in the US . . . ."
Besides what 111 posted there's more to indicate it's just as likely it did, albeit the evidence is not definitive . . .
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC340389/

just like it appears there is no definitive answer as to how Covid-19 originated in China, and certainly nothing that corroborates conspiracy theories that China or the U.S. deliberately used it as a weapon. And yet these conspiracies ("I think it's pretty clear what happened"), like viruses, continue to spread.
https://www.aljazeera.com/features/2023/3/11/three-years-later-what-we-know-how-did-covid-19-start
P_D
  |     |   366 posts since 2020
"nothing that corroborates conspiracy theories that China or the U.S. deliberately used it as a weapon. "

Not true. I just gave the evidence that China deliberately used Covid as a weapon. They knowingly sent planeloads of infected people to the US and around the world, while not allowing them to travel in China.  And they lied about its transmissibility already knowing it is transmitted human to human because thousands of their own people had already been infected and quarantined.

https://imagizer.imageshack.com/img923/4940/vPODXu.png
milty
  |     |   235 posts since 2018
Hmm, that link doesn't seem to provide that evidence. Please check.

I do recall that Trump used to talk about his travel ban regarding China, except he left out some points:

"President Donald Trump’s “ban” on travel from China is his go-to point when defending his response to the coronavirus pandemic. The problem with his core argument starts with the fact that he did not ban travel from China. He imposed porous restrictions."
https://apnews.com/article/asia-pacific-anthony-fauci-pandemics-politics-ap-fact-check-d227b34b168e576bf5068b92a03c003d
P_D
  |     |   366 posts since 2020
"Hmm, that link doesn't seem to provide that evidence."

The link is to a tweet from The World Health Organization from January 14th, 2020, months after China had a rapid outbreak of Covid in Wuhan and banned travel of the people there to other parts of China. They were fully aware that it was human to human transmission when they had their propaganda mouthpiece WHO report there was no evidence of it (and the Democrats said to believe them and "follow the science!")

That is revisionist history if I've ever heard it!

The Democrats tried to BAN President Trump's ban on travel from China and said he was a racist!  But he told them to shove it and saved who knows how many American lives with his travel bans (that the Democrats fought tooth and nail every step of the way accusing him of racism).
choice1
  |     |   190 posts since 2023
Originated in Kansas…there was a WWI news blackout in Europe and US…Spain didn’t have blackout and thus it was reported by press there…ergo Spanish Flu
deplorable_1
  |     |   1,240 posts since 2020
@Milty: Hydroxychloroquine or it's earlier name Quinine has been around a very long time and was used quite successfully and regularly right up until it became politicized.
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12016-010-8243-x
P_D
  |     |   366 posts since 2020
No level of mischaracterization is too low for the Democrats and their fake news shills. They know full well that President Trump's comment about "bleach" did not mean that he thought bleach should be used as a treatment, it was a humorous metaphor, yet they are still trying to pull off that hoax. And dp1 you are correct that many physicians used that medication successfully as one method of treating Covid and swore by it during the pandemic when few other options were available.
milty
  |     |   235 posts since 2018
But just not recommended for Covid-19:
https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/coronavirus/in-depth/hydroxychloroquine-treatment-cov...

Data does not support that it was an effective treatment:
"The current totality of evidence more strongly supports our previous recommendations concerning the lack of efficacy and possible harm of hydroxychloroquine in the treatment and prevention of COVID-19."
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8381625/

"Ultimately, hydroxychloroquine did not have clinical benefit for COVID-19. The efforts of the trialists and the goodwill of patients who volunteered for the studies should not be diminished, but lessons extricated from this fiasco must galvanize us to do better in the next pandemic."
https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lanam/article/PIIS2667-193X(22)00085-0/fulltext

And unfortunately, it appears it was a more harmful treatment
"During the first wave of COVID-19, hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) was used off-label despite the absence of evidence documenting its clinical benefits. Since then, a meta-analysis of randomised trials showed that HCQ use was associated with an 11% increase in the mortality rate."
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S075333222301853X

Hmm, maybe all these websites are just more fake news full of scientists and doctors afraid to tell the truth . . . or maybe they're just joking around or  confused malaria with covid, or maybe . . . .
Mak
  |     |   264 posts since 2011
The Trump idiots try to say I don't care about the country, it's because I care about the country that I would never vote for something like Trump....... who are these people kidding, the only reason they want Trump is one of 3 reasons imo, either they are not doing well and they blame the country/government like deplorable said his job was outsourced or they're just racists or morons or both.... you pick.
deplorable_1
  |     |   1,240 posts since 2020
Don't blame us Mak when you convict yourself with your own words. All anyone has to do is mention Trump and you totally lose it and start name calling and lashing out at everyone.
Mak
  |     |   264 posts since 2011
Sanger started calling me names quite a while ago... eye for an eye tooth for a tooth.

Btw, I thought you were brothers ... Sanger Doofus and deplorable Doofus and anyone that calls themself deplorable gets what he deserves.

Also what you and the other doofus don't realize is I like this stuff, I usually have a good laugh after I jab you guys.....lol


awwww 3.3% GDP growth..... awwwww
deplorable_1
  |     |   1,240 posts since 2020
I believe that would make a FED rate cut LESS likely Mak. But hey I'm just a doofus so what do I know.
Mak
  |     |   264 posts since 2011
So what does that have to do with the time of day, nothing... whether they cut it or not, better for me if they don't cut but if they do, so what......you going to whine if they do?
deplorable_1
  |     |   1,240 posts since 2020
@Mak: My point is that if they do cut before inflation is down to 2% in an election year it certainly looks like they are being political to me. I also find it strange that all the sudden Inflation dropped way down but not until election season was upon us. This should be a very interesting year ahead.
Mak
  |     |   264 posts since 2011
Become ungovernable 19 hours ago
Texas should just shoot them and leave them in the desert. Wait for the next batch to show up to check on them, and do the same thing. Eventually, the feds should get the hint and stop sending people out there. Either that or the mound of dead bodies should serve as a pretty potent warning to anyone trying to cross the border. Either way, the invasion stops.
maga at its best
choice1
  |     |   190 posts since 2023
You all for forgot to really look at the yellow brick road…the numbers are clear, the only Q is whether or not it will be a landslide. A great majority of those voting a preference for Haley would never vote for Mr T and those not voting will similarly stay home or vote for anyone except Mr T. Mr Watson it’s quite simple…the numbers don’t lie but everyone knows who does….Mak…Deplorable went on spouse’s payroll…if s/he had to get a (real) job s/he’d know how to spell work
deplorable_1
  |     |   1,240 posts since 2020
I'm not sure choice I'm not too bright but I think that may be considered a personal attack? Something that is not supposed to be tolerated here on DA.
choice1
  |     |   190 posts since 2023
Is being on someone’s payroll what?
Mak
  |     |   264 posts since 2011
"I'm not too bright' Finally something we can agree on.
GregoryInBelize
  |     |   135 posts since 2022
Don't call him Mr T. That is an insult to the real Mr. T. I like to call him TrumptyDumpty or Mr. Trumpturd. I am very fortunate i can watch this dumpster fire called an election from afar. I can say that if I was still a us citizen voting my party, I would support Haley. Actually, I would support anyone but trump. What a self centered, egotistical child. His behavior reminds me of being on the playground when I was a youngster back in Flint.
deplorable_1
  |     |   1,240 posts since 2020
And since you already helped to create this "dumpster fire" as you call it by voting for the worst politicians who apparently taxed you so much you felt it necessary to leave the country and renounce U.S. citizenship your opinion has 0 merit and counts for nothing. You can't even vote here so therefore you should keep your opinion on American politics to yourself as well.
Mr. T: "I pity the fool who don't vote for president Trump".....Trump just took New Hampshire...."I love it when a plan comes together"...-Hannibal
deplorable_1
  |     |   1,240 posts since 2020
Looks like Belize has some violent crime issues to solve you might want to vote for someone tough on crime.
https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/belize/safety-and-security#:~:text=Belize%20has%20one%20of%....
HankKingsley
  |     |   25 posts since 2023
Good one, better hurry, March 4 is coming fast.
111
  |     |   458 posts since 2019
Banana Republics Lyrics (Jimmy Buffet, RIP!) -

"Down to the banana republics, down to the tropical sun
Go the expatriated Americans hopin' to find some fun
Some of them go for the sailing, called by the lure of the sea
Tryin' to find what is ailing living in the land of the free

Some of them are running from lovers
Leaving no forward address
Some of them are running tons of ganja
Some are running from the IRS"
...etc.

Gotta watch out for that Flint lead poisoning - causes problems with cognition and decision-making later in life.
fliegeroh
  |     |   71 posts since 2022
Well this discussion has degenerated into partisan political nonsense. Goodbye everybody.
Neww_One
  |     |   13 posts since 2023
circlejxrk ..this thread sure well represents


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