A Recovery for Them, but Not for You

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Posted: Sep 17, 2013 12:01 AM
A Recovery for Them, but Not for You

Is anyone else terribly uncomfortable about how much the Fed is driving the market right now? Daniel J Mitchell, from Cato, also joined the program to discuss the growing sense of statism in Washington DC.

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Daniel J Mitchell, from Cato, joined the program to discuss the growing sense of Statism in DC.

 

What’s Right with Ransom:

Big Three:

Number Three:

Up, up, and up goes the market. . . And of course that puts a few people on edge as they wait for that market “breather”. (Bloomberg)

Number Two:

You heard Horwitz mention it just a minute ago: The big talk in the markets today is all about the next Fed chair. Scarlet Fu, the brilliant and radiant, reported on the market’s reaction. (Bloomberg)

Number One:

Actually, this whole week is going to be a little Fed-centric. The Markets are also awaiting the latest update on Tapering. Here’s what Brian Belski, with BMO Capital, is worried about this week. (CNBC)

Other News:

If enough counties in enough states secede, and form new states, Obama will eventually be correct when he talks about America’s 57 states. (Fox News)

Way to really let America know what’s going on, Time. (Time)

Obama is set to give a speech on how great the economy is doing. (Another pivot?) Good news? If he’s listing signs of a recovery it should be a short speech. (UPI)

Alright. . . That’s enough. Obamacare has officially gone too far. (NYPost)

The full program, from start to finish, for your educational benefit: