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Old January 6th, 2017 #1
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To say that the "former bond king" Bill Gross - unlike his "royal successor" Jeffrey Gundlach, or the world's biggest hedge fund manager Ray Dalio - is not a fan of Donald Trump, or his proposed policies, is an understatement: his first condemnation of Trump came just days after the election, when Gross said that Trump's tenure "will be damaging", followed a month later by slamming the "Trump Rally", calling it misguided and urging investor to "move to cash."

Additionally, in his December investment outlook, Gross wrote that the Trump administration may boost stock markets in the short term but his policies will likely limit long-term economic growth by restraining trade and corporate profits.

Earlier today, when interviewed on Bloomberg radio, Gross escalated his critisim of Trump, accusing the President-electís targeting of corporations, to make them change their practices, as being reminiscent of policies undertaken by Italy's dictator Benito Mussolini.

"Some of these pre-term policies, where heís cajoling companies to move production back into the United States, thatís fine, but it reminds me to some extent of policies in Italy long ago associated with Mussolini and government control of corporate interests," Gross said in an interview Friday on Bloomberg Radio. "I donít want it to go too far."

In recent days, Trump singled out companies including makers of airplanes and automobiles, pressuring them on prices or to keep jobs in the U.S. It has generated results: just this week, Ford canceled a $1.6 billion factory in Mexico, saying it would add positions in Michigan instead. A new controversy erupted yesterday when Trump targeted Toyota's new Mexican plant, warning it would pay a substantial tax on cars sold into the US.

Gross also said that "thereís a lot of voodoo" in terms of the economics of Trumpís tax policies around cutting rates and repatriation of money by companies to generate revenue and investment.

For the time being the market disagrees with Gross, and instead has soared after having wholeheartedly accepted that anything Trump does will be beneficial if not for the economy, then certainly for risk assets. That may change, because as Jeff Gundlach has also warned, the honeymoon is ending. Yet while many asset managers have said the Trump rall will fizzle, nobody has been bold enough to say just when.
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Old January 16th, 2017 #2
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Didn't The Donald get into a little hot water over using Mussolini's quote that he'd rather "live a day as a lion instead of a lifetime as a sheep?
 
Old January 16th, 2017 #3
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First Trump needs to be a decorated veteran. He isn't
Then he needs at least three assaination attempts. Never.
Then he needs to lead the most powerful political movement ever. Won't happen.

And the author has no clue about Fascist statism. The first thing wouldn't have been deal making. The coorparations would have been outright threatned or taken from these losers. Then of course the worker would have been right there involved.
 
Old January 17th, 2017 #4
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First Trump needs to be a decorated veteran. He isn't
Then he needs at least three assaination attempts. Never.
Then he needs to lead the most powerful political movement ever. Won't happen.

And the author has no clue about Fascist statism. The first thing wouldn't have been deal making. The coorparations would have been outright threatned or taken from these losers. Then of course the worker would have been right there involved.
Don't forget the jewish lover.



Mussoliniís Jewish Lover Who Crafted Italian Fascism

"Margherita Sarfatti wasnít just the dictator's most erudite paramour; she was his secret adviser and ideologue. The English version of her memoirs is finally out."

read more: http://www.haaretz.com/jewish/books/1.628007
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Old January 17th, 2017 #5
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[quote=RickHolland;2145430]Mussolini’s Jewish Lover Who Crafted Italian Fascism

"Margherita Sarfatti wasn’t just the dictator's most erudite paramour; she was his secret adviser and ideologue. The English version of her memoirs is finally out."

read more: http://www.haaretz.com/jewish/books/1.628007[/quot.


Uhh what's your point? He wasn't anti jew until he seized power and got rid of her and they were not physically involved . Secondly, he did not "craft" Fascism that honor goes to Gentile and D'Annunzia.

His lover was Petracci. Mussolini was the vehicle to which it was carried, "Ducesimo" it was called. And again Trump compared to Mussolini is dishonorable in the least.

This cuck author made it out to be that this hook nose was the real force behind the movement. That should tell you something.

I did like this quote however,

"Mussolini transformed himself into a brutal German style superman".

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