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Published: Wednesday, Dec. 18 2013 1:33 p.m. MST

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one vote
Salt Lake City, UT

The stock market is up. Watch out for gold to plunge on the recovery of the economy.

Say No to BO
Mapleton, UT

Do you realize how much $85 billion really is?
That was the TOTAL annual argument of the budget reduction debate over the fiscal cliff. And the Fed is pumping funny money into the economy to the tune of $85 billion A MONTH.
It isn't real. It isn't a sustainable solution.
After killing savings rates they moved on to bonds.
An artificially high DOW is nothing to be proud of.

SCfan
clearfield, UT

one vote

You got that reversed. It is the stock market that is due for an adjustment. A downward one. And listening to people, Democrats I suppose, talk about a recovering economy is beginning to sound like Chicago Cubs fans talking about winning the World Series next year.

one vote
Salt Lake City, UT

Doom and gloom spin will be difficult for next few years.

worf
Mcallen, TX

A once great, and powerful nation as ours, should not be purchasing any bonds.

worf
Mcallen, TX

@one vote-- over half our people can't feed themselves, and are below the poverty line.

No spinning about it, doom and gloom is here, and worsening. I'd love to be wrong.

4601
Salt Lake City, UT

The spin continues. When Bush touted his unemployment figures he was rightly criticized that many were low paying service jobs. Now we have the lowest percentage of employed, the highest number on disability, the highest number on food stamps and many employed part time all of which is defined by the WH as economic recovery.

worf
Mcallen, TX

Amazing how millionaire sport athletes can go bankrupt.

Also, Michael Jackson once had hundreds of millions, and went bankrupt.

Is it possible our once wealthy country will become bankrupt?

America buying bonds is increasing the debt!

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