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Asian shares fall on virus variant worries, Wall St retreat

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By YURI KAGEYAMA

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the world has delayed the worst economic downturn in history,

When? Where? How?

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Was due for a pullback. The news gets tacked on after the fact, and then the market bounces back. Rinse and repeat.

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It depends on what stocks you own. Mine are doing great.

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blip

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The markets were terrible I lost 17K in one day!

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It's worked pretty well so far. The world has avoided the worst potential economic downturn in modern history, largely thanks to the massive amounts of monetary and fiscal stimulus.

Or, the world has delayed the worst economic downturn in history, ensuring it will be even worse when the time comes.

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It’s a bit of an overreaction…

No, that’s only a first little reaction. And if there wasn’t so much money in the market not knowing where to wander to, you’d already have the bears line dancing on all stages.

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Money printing never works in a long run.

It's worked pretty well so far. The world has avoided the worst potential economic downturn in modern history, largely thanks to the massive amounts of monetary and fiscal stimulus.

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from what I'm seeing on various news sources this Delta variant seems to have a large number of people spooked.

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Money printing never works in a long run. It's time to start living with a virus and go back to work, because if this market collapse there will be social unrest and poverty left.

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