Are Federal Reserve Rate Hikes Over?

There are some interesting accounting problems on the horizon for a lot of publicly held companies. 

While they have benefited from the declining interest rate paradigm since 1980, if the bottom is really “in” on rates, any sudden moves could send corporate balance sheets seriously “out of whack” in a heartbeat.

The result of that would be?  Well, let’s just say “Not pretty…”

That said, we have a HUGE development which I’ll explain in the ChartPack section.

No fake news here,  but we do note the date and how a more-than-ample supply is probably available.

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8 thoughts on “Are Federal Reserve Rate Hikes Over?”

  1. “April Fools’ Day 2017: the best (and worst) pranks ”

    I am not a real fan of april fools day but I do enjoy playing a simple prank on april first lol lol lol it isn’t usually caught right away or at all and I always get a real tickle out of it..

    in in today’s busy world they use of alcohol hand sanitizer is almost constant.. LOL LOL LOL LOL I would go out buy a desk unit then empty half of it then ad KY jelly to the other half mix it up and set it out at the desk at a couple of stations where everyone is relaxing (Like the nurses station is a good place LOL LOL where they have tons of paperwork and dry hands are a must )..
    they come in off the floor use it and sit there wiping their hands for ten minutes trying to get it to dry to do paperwork LOL most never even say a word just keep rubbing.There is nothing more hilarious than to sit and watch several people all rubbing their hands at the same. LOL LOL LOL LOL…

    • Not funny. Imagine having to visit Emergency yourself one day and there are no nurses to help you because some damn fool played a trick on them.

  2. Damn you Ure!!! I followed the link in the Home Run section this morning and lost 20 minutes of my morning. That brought back some vivid memories of 1982 – but without the beer. Thanks for the link.


  4. Love your older age plans. Mine is really simple. I am 71 and had a debilitating chronic illness since mid twenties. I have no family to depend upon, and would rather not anyway. My current physical condition is not nearly as good as my same age friends. In fact, I am grateful that I have done as well as I have.

    So … I live in an apartment near the heart of my city (650k in metro area.) My assessment for me is that I only have a chance of surviving an economic crash, so that is what I have planned for. Any major physical catastrophe and I am good as dead anyway, so I have provision for euthanizing myself if needed.

    I believe the spirit in us is eternal,and I remember past lives, so death is not that scary for me. How tough life is until I get there, is a concern, so I just trust that God will continue to care for me as has happened throughout my life.

  5. George, I used to copy and paste Pwoplenomics for later review, but now none of the chartpak graphs copy now. Any ideas?

    • 1. Sounds like a printer issue. See if there are changes in the printer set up.
      2. Try printing as a PDF and save that.

      I haven’t changed anything (formatting) that would account for this. – G

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