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ashmanonar Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jan-08-05 12:07 AM
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128. this info on the stock market is all well and good
but what effect does it have on the common worker, and why is the economy prediction based on stock market? what does it matter, if people can't afford to participate? i don't have a job, don't have a car, (in college living in the dorms) and my savings are dwindling...(i'm thinking about putting some money in a cd, but the way the market is right now, would that be a good idea?)

so what is the big deal on how much the gold market is, or how much the dollar is against the euro? if i (and i'm assuming a lot of people in america) don't have money to put in the market, what's teh bloody point?

(sorry, just despairing after thinking about the crap bush is doing)
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