Wall Street Fraud Watchdog Mocks Economists Who Are Optimistic About US Growth They Must Have Not Heard About The Middle East Meltdown & Inflation

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The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is saying, "Whatever happened to the notion that Wall Street is supposed to be looking six months out? We don't think Wall Street looks much more than six minutes out, and today's suggestion that oil prices are moderating has to be a joke." They say, "Ever hear about the West hating blood thirsty Muslim Brotherhood, and their desire to dominate Egypt, and the oil rich Arabian Peninsula, or the demonstrate, and you die tyrants, who rule Iran? How about US domestic inflation? How about a no Middle East foreign policy Obama Administration? We think this all means bad news for Wall Street economic projections about a US economic recovery, and or the expansion of global economies." The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, "The bottom line in all of this right now is we think its time to get out of this market, and buy commodities, or precious metals." http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com

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Ever hear about the West hating blood thirsty Muslim Brotherhood, and their desire to dominate Egypt, and the oil rich Arabian Peninsula, or the demonstrate, and you die tyrants, who rule Iran? How about US domestic inflation?

The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is mocking Wall Street's, and the Obama Administration's attempt to put a shine on the US economy. They say, "you can't have a meaningful US economic recovery with inflation, and or higher unemployment in the United States. Tragically, with the Middle East in the early stages of full meltdown, in part due to amateur hour at the US White House, dramatic US inflation-courtesy of the Feds insane Quantitative Easing Part 2, and interest rates, that will soon have to increase, we would not bet the farm on Wall Street going to 13,000 anytime soon. We think contraction is the appropriate word." They say, "With President Obama's obsession with wind, and solar, perhaps these technologies will suddenly make economic sense. However, on the flip side of the coin, we think gas is going to $4.50+ a gallon, so unless you have a solar car, or car with a windmill on top-you are up the proverbial creek- so is the US economy." http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com

The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, "its like watching Nero play the violin as Rome was burning, when it comes to Wall Street's, or the Obama Administration's---things are looking up-take on the US economy." They say, "Lets see----we have a Middle East on the verge of a full meltdown, with a blood thirsty-West hating-no women's rights club called the Muslim Brotherhood moving towards a takeover of Egypt, and with any luck-the Arabian Peninsula, along with Iran's President Ahmadinejad, and his pals, who want to kill all Iranians, who dare to protest against him, or his colleagues-aka the tyrants who currently rule Iran." They continue, "Yet Iran's Ahmadinejad is more than happy to export, or finance protests against the leaders of Oman, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Yemen, the UAE or the rest of the rest of the Arab World, just because he is such a peace loving guy, plus he is building a nuke-for peaceful purposes-like destroying Israel, and or the entire Sunni World. Add in a wacked out Muammar Gaddafi calling in air strikes against his own people in Libya, all combined with a sitting US President, who can't figure out what to do, and we call it a recipe for your basic biblical type economic disaster." The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, "and then add in the Federal Reserve's Bernanke, and his QE2 formula that prints money we don't have, or that gives us, and the rest of the world inflation, and we are just kind of wondering how this all ends up looking good for the US economy-or the rest of the world?" http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com

The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, "if, or until the world gets out of these various, or collective messes-might we suggest inflation proof investments like precious metals, oil futures, or commodities for investors. We think Wall Street is in for a major correction, and its a sucker bet to believe Wall Street, or White House economists, and their upbeat thoughts about the economy-given the pretty scary realities they forget to mention." http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com

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