Economy Fueled by `Energy Revolution,` Housing: Hormats

Louson | Jan 23, 2013 08:44 AM ET If there are any traders out there trading the Forex I wanted to warn you don`t waste your time I`ve been trying to make money with it for years! Go to the website Traders Superstore and get into trading the futures instead it`s much better now I`m making money trading and very happy.

TheAustrian | Jan 23, 2013 08:44 AM ET Nothing is fueling the economy, it`s just that Fed money-printing is masking the continuous decline of real capital. Housing is a code word for debt expansion, and the "energy revolution" is simply the advent of more capital-intensive methods of energy extraction, which actually reduces economic efficiency overall.

scottm1207 | Jan 23, 2013 09:00 AM ET If it weren`t for the energy "revolution"; the continual expansion of energy production in this country through more thorough extraction of the deposits we have, lessening the need to purchase from Canada and Mexico, we`d have negative real growth instead of no real growth. We`re heading down the tubes on a slow but protracted decline. The war on freedom, free markets, free people and the prosperity that arises therefrom is goose-stepping along the way the Soviets anticipate their useful idiots in the U.S. would prosecute it.

squirtbert007 | Jan 23, 2013 01:30 PM ET Well, We ALL know that inflation will continue to climb - even though the government denies it! Once they lose control and creditiabily.. it will be an "Anything goes climate"! You better be ready!






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