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September 22, 2013


Paul Stern


Too much to interpret.

I adhere to the thought that technical is everything.

And we could be putting in a near term high…and possibly a top if and when the downside is confirmed or the upside finalizes a pattern that began at the March, 2009 lows.


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At what point does this periodic debate as to whether the US will pay it's bills take a real toll on international confidence in the US? Also, if the markets stop reacting to the threat, will the politicians figure it isn't a big deal and go ahead to not raise it.

Mark Pope


What do you THINK the effect of a government shutdown (failure to extend the ceiling by CR)will be on

The dollar?

The US markets (including commodities)?

The world markets?


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