Jorma wrote this:
When I see you next time round in sorrow
Will you know what I been going through
My yesterdays have melted with my tomorrow
And the present leaves me with no point of view
When I see you next time round look into my eyes
Where we'd be never could decide
Borrowed moments they cannot fill the moments of our lives
And wishful thinking leaves me no place to hide
No place to hide
No place to hide
I see the shadows softly coming
Taking me into a place
Where they turn my life down
Leaving mourning with myself
And nothing to say
Turn my life down. The S&P pattern REMAINS in the Feb. 2 recalculation as the Strawberry Moon rolls into the night sky. Take a moment and try to digest even an ort of the pedestrian, non-stop, 5 minute chart analysis that has been thrown at you since that day. That day, when closed , we compared to the crisis pattern that took years to clear.
The difference this time is the fabric of American Society is being ripped apart during the long necessary consolidation. It's all so disappointing. Think about that. The Great Debt Depression caused less social destruction than the 2018 consolidation ! The reason? Behind the "Are you listening, Obama?" (Santelli) hate and the "This is our crisis" (Rahm Emmanual Shock Doctrine activism) the Debt Depression hit almost everyone. Not so today.
Fiscal and Monetary policies - derided for budget busting and Weimar inducing consequences - [both critiques seriously wrong, ]saved the economy and divided the nation. The Piketty Moment has arrived. Why would anyone want to align with the "losers" on the wrong side of the divide? Far easier, to side with the capital holders and watch Fast Money.
It's just so disappointing.