So how do you manage online or offline business during the recession?
[ Politics ] Open Question : Will you vote for Trump for 4 more years of recession and riots, or will you vote to make America great again?
Frankly, no. Trump was an unfortunate mistake. I really hope I don't re-elect him.
(I must add that the pandemic was not his fault, but his handling could have been better) Sometimes I feel bad for Trump. He must suffer a lot, with his narcissistic personality, making fun of so much. But the bottom line is that we cannot re-elect him.
Obama was not responsible for the recession. Liberal-socialist policy to relax lending standards and create a government toilet to get rid of bad loans from the failed horrible experiment that never had to happen. That is what caused the financial collapse and the recession.
Obama was responsible for the slowest recovery in history. After the initial stimulus bounce, we had a very unusual recovery that had not been seen since the Great Depression, that is, it just dragged along with very slow growth and large numbers of people who were not working, gave up looking and were unemployed .
Let us not be confused with the facts of history.
Koo claimed that Japan was hampered by slow growth for years because its companies were paying off debts to repair their balance sheets rather than investing to maximize future profits. In 2011, Koo argued that everyone could be going this way, but it never became a major topic of discussion. I would venture to say that now, its time has come.
And this is where Mr. Reynolds comes in. He warns, in a note to clients, that the market (specifically, the advanced Libor) implies an ever slower recovery next year than we saw in 2009. "The massive growth of debt and the transformation of balance sheets will change companies' approach to debt buyback in the coming years, "he warns.
The switch to debt-minimizing companies, which can also take the form of equity issuance, rather than repurchase shares "(will) do for a less intense stock market than the last three" we've experienced, Reynolds says.
If history repeats itself and it does, we can take a look at the 1917 Spanish flu virus that turned everyone off, things were really slow for a year, but finally things took off like a rocket and we had what we call the crazy twenties very friends. The year is 2020!
It's time for another 20 years to roar, things will slow down after this virus for a while, but I can absolutely guarantee that things will take off as if a rocket is ready to catch the Wave because this opportunity will not come back. Right now, the price of oil is probably the lowest it has ever been. It would be a very good time to buy oil reserves. could realistically double your money in just a couple of months
For many here, there are political cowards who avoid asking themselves, what should have been done differently? If there was a recession, why would Trump be called a "failure" for it? Don't you think the coronavirus had something to do with it?
This would be as if Admiral Kimmel was court-martialled by Pearl Harbor when he had no prior warning of any hostile Japanese action that was brewing, when Washington did so and failed to notify him in time.
Unlikely, but possible.
The US economy and most of the world economies remain fundamentally strong. People are selling for fear that will probably happen. 1.5 million people die each year in car accidents. The coronavirus will probably kill many less, most of which no longer work. Economies are likely to recover.
The coronavirus is a terrible thing and health organizations are taking it rightly, but that does not mean that it will ultimately have a negative impact on the industries. The indications are that it is something relatively short term.
By definition, we are not yet in recession.
They blame China, the COVID-19 virus, and everyone who established the export of US production, industry and jobs abroad.
And they are correct.
Probably those more than 170 California billionaires who won't even support homeless housing in their state contributed much to the export of jobs so they could increase their earnings.