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Warren Buffett says: US economy has bottomed out, to bounce back soon. Do you agree?

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Billionaire investor Warren Buffett says that the markets are unlikely to fall any further and only a 9/11 kind of situation could rock the US economy now. Do you agree?

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By : Rajyalakshmi K
Thomas Wilson  |  Argues in support of  "Yes"  |  4 years ago
My knowledge is that, the markets will price in a recovery way before the actual economic recovery takes place.We know that indices are leading indicators. Once the worst is discounted, markets will rally from its lows anticipating that a bottom...
sowmya  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  4 years ago
I accept Thomas Wilson view, that any downside in the market is an opportunity to LONG TERM INVESTOR, the market is never for short term investors. If I am going to be a short term investor, then I should have the insider details for making...
Esha Johar  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  4 years ago
I mean now every body is saying that US economy has bottomed out, but why didn't they tell that recession will be happening in the first place, by which necessary action could have taken by which all the losses could have prevented, where was Mr....
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By : Pierre Pienaar
Vaibhav Rastogi  |  Argues in support of  "Yes"  |  3 years ago
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Pierre Pienaar  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  4 years ago
Yes, there will be down trend, but it's quite interesting that various fundamental News, like Iran's nuclear capabilities let the Dollar fall, but the results in the German election strengthen the dollar.   However, I find Technical Analysis more...
Mathew Cherian  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  4 years ago
Pierrie, I think it is not support but resistence since the currencies mentioned are appreciating. I think the source got irrational. The rational is if you support an appreciating currency too much then the it will affect the Exports and a...
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It seems that the US  consumers as well as the economy is really coming out of the dark woods. Looking at the  US  economy data till we find some major improvements followed with some interesting  turning points. The positive contributions came from supplier deliveries, the interest-rate spread, stock prices, building permits and consumer expectations. This revels that consumer good supply have picked up which relates to demand picking up among the US consumers .The building permits also depicts the demand of housing projects and requirements. Their also some negative outcomes from the economy which needs a critical watch out in the coming days. The negative contribution comes from the real...
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By : Jyoti Rath
Ankit Shah  |  Argues in support of  "Yes"  |  3 years ago
India & China are too major economis in India..and since Indian markets are globbaly connected..the effect of Chinese markets will surely be seen in Indian markets as markets work on sentiments that whatever changes are seen in one market will...
Ramakrishna Perumal  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  4 years ago
No China cannot drag the global and indian markets because they are only exporting and have invested in US only. If there is a drag in china it may affect US economy but not the other countries and specifically it will not affect the indian economy. 
Deepak Agrawal  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  4 years ago
I don't think that china market will drag global or Indian economy down. Yes China is one of the largest consumers of commodities and it’s the main cause of exceptional high commodity prices. In 2008 oil prices reach $ 147 barrel due exceptional...
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1 Free market route
2 GIve more stimulus packages to the manufacturing sectors
By : Esha Johar
deepankeryadav  |  Added idea  "xxx"  |  4 years ago
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Mathew Cherian  |  Added idea  "Comparison to the 1930's a few words"  |  4 years ago
The 30's recesession in USA one of the worst in history was tackled and the then President Eisehower embarked on a wider National Public works investment which crated the present Interstate and other highways of the US. Now these infrastructure...
taranath joshi  |  Supported idea  "Free market route "  |  4 years ago
Population is the main problem in India and China. Low per-capita income would be the hindrance for growth. So India had given rightly the support to IT where huge investments are not required and a lot of employment can be generated. In economy...
 
 
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By : parvez ahmed
parvez ahmed  |  Argues in support of  "YES-conditions are stil the same"  |  4 years ago
Economists study only macro economic indicators hence results are vague
Esha Johar  |  Argues in support of  "YES-conditions are stil the same"  |  4 years ago
Well, I agree with this statement. We shall not forget the reasons for the recession. Now the condition is getting better. But we should be concerned not to make the cause of recession happen again...
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Greed is not a private sector monopoly. 
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 Are bonus-chasing bankers really responsible?
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Mohd. Wasif  |  Argues in support of  "Are bonus-chasing bankers really responsible?"  |  4 years ago
Look at our very own cabinet ministers. One Minister says his main residence is his brother's house. His second home is where his children live. This curious claim just happens to allow him to maximise his allowances from Parliament. Two other...
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Raj Deepak Singh  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  4 years ago
Nope.. The damage is big enough to recover in a year or two. However, the current recovery is V shapes one and its not necessery to correct from here with higher volatility.  Another possibility could be the consolidation around these levels for...
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By : S D Manjunath
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Seshasalam  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  3 years ago
Now a days we can see about the world economic crisis. so mainly affected by this crisis is US. because most of the MNCs have business with US companies. so if any country affect by financial crisis US will affect. so US can not get back from...
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