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Today it's time when we should go to Chicago to jump Paul Reilly's John in the company -- this -- and find jobs.
Lousy numbers on the economy recent play I gonna ask you flat out all we had at the double dip recession.
No we are not headed for double dip recession -- that the macro numbers are awful.
I could not figure out why we rally yesterday.
And maybe that's why we're getting a little bit to the downside this morning but I do not think -- having double dip recession.
All right we'll -- -- slowing down in a slow growth economy and whether people like you put your money.
Dividend paying stocks he instilled a lot of these big cap stocks now are yielding you know two and a half to 4%.
You can I didn't -- earnings they're gonna support the valuations there.
-- -- get paid to own the stocks could get paid more than you're getting paid on US treasuries and you don't have the problem with the debt ceiling of the deficit or anything like that.
Big global companies are gonna keep on earning money.
-- -- that is another.
I have asked every trade on the floor of the Chicago exchange for a long time do you think that Ben -- gonna keep on printing money.
In this very slow economy.
After the June deadline when he's close to quit because gonna keep on printing.
Well we will have the end of Q anybody's absolutely -- keep on printing I think the big thing you'll have is that what he's gonna take uses as the as the bills and notes that he has on the books as those come off.
-- reinvest them in more stop and that's got the impact of not shrinking.
The Fed balance sheet that balance he's gonna stay high for at least another twelve months.
-- -- and you know that was very good -- that was a direct answer three questions -- and about ninety seconds.
Now that's about performance and -- -- file we thank you very -- and it's not come back again thanks.
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