How the Stock Exchange works

Why are there stocks at all? Everyday in the news we hear about the stock exchange, stocks and money moving around the globe. Still, a lot of people don’t have an idea why we have stock markets…
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The stock market fell sharply one Thursday last year, but staged a partial recovery before the closing bell. On Friday, the market continued it’s downward trend with another 112 point slide.

The mainstream media attempted a shady cover-up of this correction by blaming a “technical glitch” or a “typo” — and yet no one has yet been able to produce evidence of such an event. It’s news created completely out of thin air. If that “news” had a sliver of truth behind it the market would have experienced a recovery on Friday, not another correction.

The Obama administration grabbed on to the correction as an excuse to impose further federal controls on the (previously) free markets. He has directed his legions of loyal bureaucrats to investigate the market and figure out how to stop it from going down again. Obama stated “The regulatory authorities are evaluating this closely with a concern for protecting investors and preventing this from happening again and they will make findings of their review public along with recommendations for appropriate action.”

I hate to belabor the obvious, but it seems that our economically illiterate President simply fails to understand that markets must go up and down. Moreover, the U.S. stock markets are significantly overvalued at the current time and a correction is very healthy. More correction will be needed to get stock prices in line with historically sensible levels. The current stock prices simply do not reflect the terrible health of American businesses caused by the policies of the Obama administration and the Democratic congress.

Until the appropriate corrections occur, this market is not safe for investors. And yet Obama is seeking to artificially prevent the market from correcting itself, thereby making the market even less safe for investors.

Ronald Reagan was the last U.S. President to possess a degree in Economics. The nation could certainly use a little bit of help from the Gipper right now.

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Originally posted 2014-11-25 21:59:46. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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