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Offline Queefer Sutherland

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Re: Could Covid be Offering a Restart for Democracies?
« on: November 29, 2020, 08:58:20 pm »
"The Great Reset" and "build back better" is bullshit created by the World Economic forum by elitist neoliberal politicians and their mega-wealthy paymasters (who meet every year at Davos).  Chrystia Freeland is on the board of trustees LOL.  If there's going to be coordinated international system-wide changes to western economies i'd prefer it come from a ground-up effort than these paid-off neoliberals telling how to live.  I think they're using this crisis as an excuse to implement whatever agenda they have.

Anyways, i feel bad for all struggling small businesses.  I hope the pandemic doesn't concentrate even more business power in the hands of large corporations.  I think large corporations probably have more reserve capital to withstand this pandemic, not to mention investors buying stock in this market and providing more capital for them, which small businesses don't have.

The markets don't perfectly reflect the current state of the economy, people invest with a mind on how they think markets will perform in the future.  Investors see markets coming out of this pandemic in the next year and will likely go on another extended bull run, so investors are betting on that and trying to buy in low before the economy actually starts picking up steam.  I think the markets are overvalued right now based on how the economy is currently doing, it makes no sense that the S&P 500 is hitting all-time highs.
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