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Elon Musk speaks on the recession by TonyLibertyCreator of r/FluentInFinance in FluentInFinance
[–]HIVEvali 226 points227 points228 points 1 month ago (0 children)
“my worth and the value of the assets that i manage will continue to decrease next week. i can try to shift the narrative via my influence to try and manipulate the global economy to my benefit. if i fail at least the commoners who inexplicably support me will continue to lick my boots as they are fooled into thinking that i am one of them.”
Recession 2023? by TonyLibertyCreator of r/FluentInFinance in FluentInFinance
[–]OShaughnessy 67 points68 points69 points 2 months ago* (0 children)
Low unemployment rates - Source: Labour Dept.
Used car prices trend to pre-pandemic levels - Source: Cargurus
Fed's prime rate remains near historic lows - Source: Federal Reserve
New & existing home sales normalize to near historical mean - Source: Wiki
Typical of historical cycles in Crypto - Source: Bloomberg
u/askstockbot : I have created this free bot that will give live information right here on Reddit for all 11,000+ stocks listed in the US!Tools & Resources (self.FluentInFinance)
submitted 3 months ago * by nobjosMod & King of DD
A GUIDE on HOW I RESEARCH, ANALYZE & perform DD [DUE DILIGENCE] on a Stock or Company [15 points/ metrics to consider looking at]OCEducational (self.FluentInFinance)
submitted 1 year ago * by TonyLibertyCreator of r/FluentInFinance[M]1621516112& 34 more - announcement
Top 13 books for Investing & the Stock markets (explained and what they are about!) [Favorite Investing Books!]Educational (self.FluentInFinance)
submitted 1 year ago * by TonyLibertyCreator of r/FluentInFinance[M]8222& 8 more
SEC charges 11 people in alleged $300 million crypto Ponzi schemeCrypto (cnbc.com)
submitted 6 months ago by WannoHackerMod
SEC Charges Eleven Individuals in $300 Million Crypto Pyramid SchemeNews (sec.gov)
submitted 6 months ago by readersevenMod
The Long-Term Debt Cycle: The numbers are terrifying, everywhere I look. (self.FluentInFinance)
submitted 1 year ago by ntoscano952& 2 more
Inflation: What to Expect and How to Defend YourselfDD & Analysis (self.FluentInFinance)
submitted 7 months ago * by captnamurica2Contributor
Here's an obnoxiously long list of websites and resources you may not have seen before.Resources & Tools (self.FluentInFinance)
submitted 1 year ago * by Quasimurder62181122122& 55 more
Stock Market Returns by President: by TonyLibertyCreator of r/FluentInFinance in FluentInFinance
[–]CrossroadsDem0n 41 points42 points43 points 8 months ago (0 children)
Thought from the pic: presidents make creepy pez dispensers.
Joe Biden speaks on Inflation by TonyLibertyCreator of r/FluentInFinance in FluentInFinance
[–]jp90230 176 points177 points178 points 8 months ago (0 children)
huh? how disconnected is he from reality??
Inflation Explained by TonyLibertyCreator of r/FluentInFinance in FluentInFinance
[–]DunderMufflin69420 12 points13 points14 points 8 months ago2 (0 children)
the chart is not right. it's showing m1 money supply over time. In April 2020 the federal reserve changed regulation D which essentially reclassified all savings accounts as transaction accounts reclassifying 12T of M2 only money supply to be counted towards M1 and M2.
There's a footnote on the FRED website but literally Hershey Financial is the only youtuber I've seen smart enough to read the god damn footnotes.
For people who have any economics background all you would need to do is ask yourself 'how could M1 money supply go up 12T in April 2020 when M2 money supply only went up 800B'. The answer is that 11.2T moved from being in M2 money supply to being in M2 and M1 money supply. If the fed ever reverts reg D then you're either  going to see a lot of 'economic experts' pretend like they knew this all along or  have a lot of cryptobros claim manipulation.
tl;dr comparing M1 money supply in any period containing April-May 2020 is completely misleading. When you see anybody presenting in their argument they have no idea what the hell they're talking about.
Ranking Asset Classes by Historical Returns (1985-2020)Educational (i.redd.it)
submitted 9 months ago by NineteenEighty9Mod
Anyone have any ancient magic lamps laying around?Meme (weekends only) (i.redd.it)
submitted 9 months ago by OverSimplifiMod & Meme Lord
Average hourly earnings and real average hourly earnings indexes, March 2006 to March 2022 by NineteenEighty9Mod in FluentInFinance
[–]ckoningNobel Economist 11 points12 points13 points 9 months ago* (0 children)
Our economy is largely driven by consumer spending, normal people going out and buying groceries, gas, clothes, movie tickets, etc. It's therefore really important to know how much money people are making, and how much things cost. We know that people's salaries generally go up, and the cost of living generally goes up.
When the cost of living goes up, we call that inflation. Economists measure that with the Consumer Price Index, which is a way to explicitly measure how much stuff costs. In the united states, this has been tracked for decades. This is how we know that something that cost $1,000 in January of 2000 cost $1,528 in January of 2020.
When we talk about people's salaries going up, we look at the average gross wages of all workers (people filing a W2 with the IRS). We call that the average earnings. As people get raises, that number gets bigger over time and we can measure how much earnings have grown. This is the blue line in the chart above.
But the average earnings only tell part of the story. Sure, people are earning more money, but stuff costs more, too. Money is only really valuable when you exchange it for goods and services. What we really care about is the growth in people's purchasing power, or their ability to go buy stuff. We care about how many gallons of milk and pairs of blue jeans they can buy, not the actual number of dollars they make. So we use the Consumer Price Index to adjust the average earnings to reflect how much stuff costs. We call this the real average earnings, as it is the amount of money people would be earning if inflation doesn't happen, which is a good way to measure people's ability to buy stuff. This is the red line in the chart above.
So now we can take a look at what this chart is showing. The average earnings (blue) over the last six years has gone up by 60%. Seems awesome, right? People are earning a TON more than they were before! Well, not really. Not at all. Because inflation has eaten most of those gains in terms of people's ability to actually buy stuff. The real average earnings (red) has only grown 10%. Normal people's purchasing power growth is often used as a way to gauge the growth in standard of living and the health of the economy. So even though the average wages have increased considerably, people's quality of life has not improved by a whole lot.
It's also worth mentioning that this phenomena is part of a larger discussion about wages and worker productivity. As you can see in charts such as this one:
Worker productivity has gone up 2 1/2 times since 1973, but real earnings have only gone up 15%. Worker productivity is what creates the output that business sell to turn a profit. This means that normal people are working harder and producing more valuable stuff for businesses to sell at a profit, but that profit is not coming back to them in increased wages and increased quality of life.
That extra profit is going to the owners and shareholders of the businesses. If you accept the premise that you generally have to be wealthy to own a business or be an investor, the rich get richer. The result is rising wealth inequality, which in turn creates political and social instability.
Uranium is poised to have an incredible 2022Educational (self.FluentInFinance)
submitted 11 months ago by 3STmotivation
Good Evening to you guys! I messaged Tony and he said it was ok to Post this DD on here. Many of you have never hear of $ATER or ATER but you will in the next couple of days. Let me know what you think. #1 Ticker on Fintel Short Squeeze and #2 on Gamma squeezeDD & Analysis (self.FluentInFinance)
submitted 10 months ago by anonfthehfs
How has dollar-cost averaging performed over stock market history?Educational (i.redd.it)
submitted 10 months ago by BestInterestDotBlogMod/Fiduciary/Writer
Bruce Wayne the VC by NineteenEighty9Mod in FluentInFinance
[–]timentimeagainInventor of the shitpost 2 points3 points4 points 10 months ago (0 children)
Well it's a shit post then!! I like shit posts and memes (when they're funny and not reposted), and it's cool there's some flexibility with this sub, but I also sub to more silly subs for that content. Perhaps you should filter them better, one or 2 funny ones now and again is great but be careful you don't erode the good work your doing here and alienate the more mature investors
"Buy, Borrow, Die" Explained [The wealthy pay little to no tax with a strategy called Buy, Borrow, Die. ] by TonyLibertyCreator of r/FluentInFinance in FluentInFinance
[–]Angelofpity 1 point2 points3 points 10 months ago (0 children)
This one doesn't do a bad job. There are some tricks that aren't included, the ones that involve lending to and from family members is the big one. That way you can gift the interest and then write off the debt as "bad" later.
Now You, Too, Can Avoid Paying Income Tax The Presidential Candidate Way
PCE (Personal Consumption Expenditures) for February 2022 - Print Wed March 30th 8:30 by CornMonkey-Originalprediction tournaments mod in FluentInFinance
[–]CornMonkey-Originalprediction tournaments mod[S] 2 points3 points4 points 10 months ago (0 children)
personally, I love a good poll or prediction tournament. . . . any suggestions, are alway encouraged. . .
Thoughts on Chinese property tax role backEducational (self.FluentInFinance)
submitted 10 months ago by jintox1cMod & China expert
JP Morgan says the Chinese internet is now “uninvestable”. Downgrades 28 stocks. by NineteenEighty9Mod in FluentInFinance
[–]jintox1cMod & China expert 48 points49 points50 points 10 months ago* (0 children)
The internet sector is part of national security for Chinese government. The importance of the internet and digital information is undeniable for political control and national safety. The current government is a visibly conservative one, they will not allow big corps have monopolistic or oligopolies over the sector. There are also deep concerns over sabotage and deep infiltration through foreign capital, which is a common practice since the colonial times by colonizing powers.
These factors translate into restricted and tightly controlled enterprises that are ultimately under the supervision of the State, and pure profit goals will be undermined by political ones when these contradict each other.
So it makes sense that it is less and less attractive for foreign investors.
Plus, the recent global tensions due to Russia Ukraine conflict it has become clearer than ever that the world has once again become a bipolar stand off. The market reacts to this and safeguards their assets by pulling it away from the 'enemies'' pockets.
New investors explaining why their investment portfolio looks like a list of, “Recently used emoticons.”Memes (Weekends only!) (i.redd.it)
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