At The Tipping Point, Mr. Market Looking For Strong Leadership

It feels like the country is right at the tipping point of full blown panic.

Closer to home,

Keysight Technologies, the county’s third-largest employer with about 1,500 workers, Thursday said it was closing indefinitely its Santa Rosa campus over worries one of its employees may have been exposed to coronavirus. – Press Democrat

And this,

Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital issued quarantine orders to at least 30 of its hospital workers who came in contact with a patient with coronavirus, according to the union representing most front-line hospital staff. – Press Democrat

Yet we get this, the mentality and antics of a third grader as many Americans are forced to contemplate life with mass school closures,

The stock market is going to beat the shit out of this behavior.   Write it down, folks.


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4 Responses to At The Tipping Point, Mr. Market Looking For Strong Leadership

  1. Derek says:

    The corona virus has exposed how panicky you are.

    In 3 mos when this isna non issue it will have exposed how many people are unfit to manage money.

    Nature providing a means to reduce the number of old sick people on the planet is not a thing to worry about. Its natural.

  2. macromon says:

    No panic here, bro. We panicked way before everyone else. Your lack of respect for elders is nothing short of repulsive.

  3. BD123 says:

    I was very worried about this in January and the possibility it would spread globally. People were shocked I was worried about something with a 2-6% death rate. The answer: for a lot of people it is just a strong flu which means they go about their lives and spread it. For my mother, my aunts and uncles, older cousins, this has a much higher probability of being deadly. Hundreds of times more deadly than the flu so please don’t even @me with that argument. Not to mention lasting effects on your heart and lungs. And yet, most people don’t care and don’t change their behavior. I have to take my mother for a heart procedure this week and I am attempting as best as possible to not expose myself as we already have outbreaks in my neighborhood. It’s a serious thing and I would agree the lack of respect or concern for the elderly is absolutely terrible.

    • macromon says:

      Thanks for comments, BD. I agree 1000% with everything you said. Though I am middle-aged, my lungs are compromised from a pulmonary embolism and blood clots. I have to be careful on this one. Wow, saw a scientist say 8 million cases in U.S. by May. COVID is doubling every 10 days. Most can’t get their head around exponential growth, including the White House.

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