Beware: Three new “Asian lady” crypto scammers trying to befriend you on WhatsApp, and trying get you to dump your Bitcoin or other in fake account (where you never see it again) under guise of “trying to teach you to make a lot of money trading cryptos.” All had same MO. Here’s first one:
Sounds like they are setting a more hawkish tone now, so that in the next Fed hike and meetings, they can go a little more dovish. CPI is down, and with the way oil prices have plunged, August CPI is likely gonna be lower, so the Fed are unlikely to take actual hawkish measures. They'll either continue at 50 bps, or maybe even lower. This is the reverse of "speak softly and carry a big stick. Except in this case, is "speak hawkish and carry dovish policies". Which seems to have been the MO of JPow. Talking about QT that hasn't actually happened as promised. Talking about a lot of pain, but only set small long term targets of rates around only 3%. Talking about going tough on tackling inflation, but not actually doing that.
At this point I'm convinced that Alex M. is just burning everything to the ground out of spite. Sue this guy, sue that guy, hire more employees, sell some miners for pennies on the dollar, give this executive a bonus, give that guy a car, etc... Run the coffers dry so that nobody gets anything seems to be this guy's MO.
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>Facebook meta campaign talks as if this is a new revolutionary technology that is going to change the world when its already been here for a long time. It's kind of Zucks MO to act like he's invented the wheel. Same thing happened with Facebook itself, they acted like the first social media platform when MySpace and Bebo were already massive at the time...