Tuesday, November 24, 2015


Clem Chambers asks (23 November) in Forbes HERE
“Is An Invisible Hand Manipulating The Market?”
“Many market participants are starting to see a not so invisible hand at work in the U.S. markets. The series of miraculous market turnabouts has people getting paranoid that the whole game is a fix.
There could be a fix in place and it is an easy idea to embrace. After all, interest rates are ‘fixed’ and that’s the biggest market of all.
However, markets can seem to act like a single person because in the end they are a summation of a lot of people and an average person is very like a unique single person.”
Ask a silly question and you get a silly answer. And intelligent people get paid for writing such stuff for intelligent people who pay to read it. 
Question answered.


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