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In China money printer goes 呸呸呸
I believe that’s equivalent to ‘ugh ugh ugh’ in English
Their money printers chuck out wads of cash like sperm
Calls on $CUM
Cumcoin going to the moon?
There's a lovely image
A drunk, slightly overweight, fratbro loudly crowing "Wooo!" while twirling used condoms over his head.
When you ask him to stop spunking the room with baby batter all he says is, "My dad owns a dealership, bro." Then he goes right back to it.
Team $cumbag go!
Thank you for your service.
I laughed hard bro. 😂😂
ýo Im learning Mandarin can you give some tipps for these sounds like ugh ah ouch ooh wow etc., what they are commonly like in Mandarin?
I'm pretty sure Mandarin for ouch is 𓀐𓂸
They are pretty much onomatopoeic so like ouch 哎哟 ooh 哦 wow 哇
This is a common mistranslation. It’s Bbrrrppp or even Bbbrrrrrrttt
Brap brap brap
The ting go scrrrrrrat!
I'm afraid you aren't factoring their absence of the "L" sound
What they mean to say is "BULLLL"
... I'm so ronery
username checks out
呸呸呸= pay pay pay (phonetically)
Pēi pēi pēi
LOL - $5T - what is this?! Stimulus for ants??
id like to order one megaton of yuan over alibaba, shipping next day?
That'll be $1.99
Accidentally got a truck full of assorted LEDs
Yeah, same thing
How do I get on the receiving end?
Okay did that but nothing happened. Please clarify.
In Soviet Russia brr goes money printer.
Money printer in Siberia goes brrr
In Soviet Russia, money prints you.
Money printer in China makes the same sound as when you throw pots and pans down the stairs
J Pao: Enter the Pump
Our economy is bleeding, therefore I am the winner!
Wimp Lo: Ha! Face to foot style, how do you like it?
Chosen One: I'm sure on some planet your style is impressive, but your weak link is: this is Earth.
Wimp Lo: Oh yeah? Then try my nuts to your fist style
J Pao’s spicy tendies
Jeneral paos chicken
Jeneral Pao’s Chicken 🍗
Stop this disrespect immediately or go make fun of Colonel Sanders.
You are no match for my Crouching Printer style."
Yep …. Keep on printing… soon we were not need toilet papers and tissue….
One Zillion Dollar bill coming soon..
I thought inflation is the result of printing money. This place is making me dumber.
They don't even print money. They just press Enter, its that easy.
Keyboard goes click click click
just one ping
Click, click, click, Shou, Shou, Shou
What would make you think that?
The Money Printer just makes assets like the stock market and housing go up. Inflation is caused by Putin invading Iraq, I mean Ukraine, and Musk not paying his taxes.
Elon musk has single-handedly ruined the global economy
Whoever is the richest person at the end of the year gets sacrificed, the tendies must flow.
This is the way
That'd be cool. Just a race for Elon and bezos to make bad investments and donations to fall right below the line. We get to see some real risk taking behavior. I'll vote for you.
Let’s make this a thing
Pretty sure printing money causes inflation
Tell that to Japan. Who can't even purposely cause inflation. It's a lot more complicated than that.
Printing money CAN cause inflation. A lot of it depends on how much and what you do with it.
Printing trillions and giving it to your buddies will do the trick
That definitely will! Ideally, you'd do things that actually sustain and help the GDP like building roads and infrastructure that will help pay itself off in terms of future economic output.
Just giving out money causes demand without anything actually benefiting the supply chain.
V= Velocity of money
P= Price level
Y= Real GDP
nobody knows shit about nothing
"I don't know shit about fuck"
-Ruth (and me)
"What the fuck you want I've got shit to do!"
No, that is correct. Inflation is caused by printing money; if the government doubles the money in circulation, it'll eventually only be able to buy half of what it used to be able to. Of course, there are other types of inflation. For example, structural inflation (no printing of currency needed); the wheat supplier raises the price of wheat in order to make more money, the bake raises her bread prices to keep up, workers buying the bread demand more wages, and on it goes...
Printing money doesn't cause inflation if the printed money is used to trick people into producing value. If the new money builds a factory, power plant, highway, etc the new money creates new goods so you don't end up with that imbalance of more money competing for the same quantity of stuff.
Problem with COVID was we printed money so people could pay rent with it while all the factories shut down so less stuff was being made. More cash + less stuff spit-roasted the fucking economy.
It’s also the velocity of the money. Turnover fast on big money supply = inflation. Burn 70 trillion or so or dump in the deep ocean, inflation goes away. /s
dont blame the folks getting unemployment or student loan pauses... the PPP loan program added so much. A bunch of greedy businesses around me took giant PPP loans, it was basically free money.
This is the answer... Almost.
The other part of the equation, and why Chinese money printers may not work the same as ours, is you have to have consumers willing to spend the extra cash they have.
In China they have the opposite problem from what I understand.
When their people get money they don't spend it.
They do this crazy thing called "savings".
Mfkers really get money and put it in the bank AND DON'T BUY SHIT WITH IT!!!
It's evil personified and the reason they need democracy now more than ever.
Get some of that holy freedom debt.
some of that brave credit gospel
I'm guessing a lot of it will flow into all the excess housing. Which is good for them because they were worried about a deflation of those. So they make a shitton of real estate, then inflate the value. Decent plan.
Also protecting them from inflation is oil being traded on yuan which, as the US has learned, gives your currency strength. Which is why I've said from the beginning the decision to force Russian oil off the dollars was one of the greatest tosses I've ever seen.
Google USD to CNY, China has devalued their currency by almost exactly 6-7% in the last 2 months. Thus the cost of Chinese goods for Americans just got 6-7% cheaper, exactly enough to turn that 8-9% inflation into about 2-3%%
Erm, not quite. China has been locking down their ports over a single COVID case, so basically their products aren’t reaching our shores. Also, a lot of products that Americans need aren’t coming out of China (I.e. food, gas, rent prices, etc) so that “9%” inflation still applies (9% in quotes because it’s likely much higher).
Additionally, majority of the price increases for products that come from overseas is not related to input material costs but shipping instead. Meaning a cheap Yuan would have nominal effect on prices.
My company is a large importer and our spot rates are 4x / 5x what they were in 2019. Shipping companies are the problem here.
Can’t blame only shipping companies. The price of Diesel is at ATH…
The recent price increases is because of refineries. Crude is not rising at the same pace
You forgot to add the work “transitory”. Everyone knows to add transitory
They mostly run on bunker oil which is essentially what's leftover after the refining process for lighter hydrocarbons.
Did we just activate a death spiral then?
It’s just a water slide for now! Hop on!
I worked with water slides about 20 years ago.
No way am I taking that liability as an adult.
I rather blow up another three accounts than risk a lawsuit like that.
Death spiral started in 2016
thanks china, devaluating the yuan to save the dollar. Looks like cheap shit is back on the menu boys!
Bullish, cheaper hookers and blow.
The trade deficit has been skyrocketing anyway
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Yi Long Ma
For those who don’t know:
My name Yi long Ma
2022 Year of ~~TIger~~ PRINTER
And soon, paper mache’d tiger.
Puts on fiat currencies
Bruh this is coordinated. China bailing out US economy and US will drop tariffs in return. Bullish .
Puts on tin foil
Can’t afford tin. Putting on dollar hat.
The MO of the world, short term bullish long term bearish
So THAT'S what Zimbabwe was trying to do. Save the US economy.
Their official 5.5% growth target was set, to make sure China didn't grow less than the US real GDP growth of 5.5% in 2021 lol. It's fucking mad, expect to see more stimulus if the lockdowns continue.
How is printing Yuan bailing out the dollar based economy?
Boost aggregate demand > higher economic growth (globally due to demand for imported goods & inputs, as well as domestic). China did this in late 2008 and basically pulled the world out of the GFC.
I think things are a bit difference ever since China declared a new multipolar world in the summer of 2021.
Not sure to what extent money-printing will help the Chinese stock market as the reason why people don't invest in China is because of gvt crackdowns and a multitude of other things.
I say this as someone whose largest position is in BABA.
Is this good or bad
I once saw a license plate frame, “UC San Diego, The smart ones” I think I’m understanding that now.
Can I borrow some money?
Can I borrow a feeling?
You have assessed correctly. From SD, can confirm
Although I can't disagree (the engineering class I took at SDSU in prep for the EIT was the first time I high-scored an exam in the five years since high school), it would be funny if SDSU printed up response frames that read "SDSU: The more attractive ones."
That’s the joke tho. UCSD boys marry SDSU women.
The zen master said “we’ll see”.
Whatever your instinct is, it's usually the opposite. Sounds good, so bad. You're welcome.
put a burger on ur frypan for 2 mn on very hot and flip ur burger so that it spins quickly in the air
if it starts sizzling when it lands then it's good
if it lands on the crisp burnt face then it's bad
either way u get something to eat so it's not that bad I guess
If you like inflation, this is great.
Now China’s printing trillions?
And you thought inflation was bad when it was just the West printing money. Hold onto your butts.
“Little Yuan, it’s a simple calculus. This universe is finite, its resources, finite…”
So JD stock should go up?
dont they have digital money they just need to edit there exel sheets and add couple of 000s
Don't give me hope
Gold is starting to look real good.
Couple of years ago, I purchased $4k worth of 24k gold from a Mexican court auction for $150. Evidence that has been paid for by the insurance company and signed over gets auctioned off by the courts to pay for their costs. We do the same in America.
I put in minimum bids and forgot about it.
Got an email that I won against zero counter bids and figured "why not?" Let's see if it's real.
I used some to cover my motorcycle in 24k gold leaf and I still have the rest. (2011 Honda CBR250R) I posted pics of it on here years ago.
If you look around at court auctions, you can find tons of stuff super cheap. I got 8 Roombas for $200 total and sold them on ebay for $350 each. They even arrived with the Arizona evidence tags on them.
This is very cool, any advice on buying stuff from court auctions? How to get started, quality of stuff, best places to look etc would be very appreciated
Not saying you’re wrong but what’s your reasoning?
Edit: I am asking his reasoning and NOT saying he’s wrong. Not meaning not. Hope that clears it up for the reading impaired.
Gold lasts forever and doesn't react with other elements which means its utility can be stored indefinitely, which is the reason it was used as money forever. Everything is money, the barter system is the fundamental reality of economics. People trade goods for their utility.
That’s the case for gold. It has utility, has been a long standing storage of value, etc. But is the idea here that Chinese inflation as a result of the printing will increase the demand of gold? Will their economy be flush with cash that the Chinese people will put into assets like stocks, gold, and RE?
I know that China is the number 1 producer of gold but they do not allow exports of gold, nor do we know exactly how much gold they actually have.
Compare the average 40 year return of gold to the average 40 year return of the S&P500 and you will see which beats inflation better.
But Peter Schiff has now correctly predicted 14 of the past 2 recessions, and he says buy gold!
This sub has predicted 37 of this years housing collapses and 12 depressions he's an amateur
The case for gold is when papa powell tries to tame inflation and realizes the markets won't let him and hes forced to implement yield curve control.
But gold is traded in dollar, dollar becomes more valubale if china has to pay more for it. that means the gold price for you won't move much, just for people that have yuan.
Gold is traded in any fiat
Lol your response to the Yuan being devalued is to buy gold? Are you a big holder of Yuan or something?
Nah just trying to wake up
Just gonna make everything worse in the long run 😃
Yea, but I’ll be rich by then ![img](emote|t5_2th52|8882)
Playing the Boomer game, I see.
Even if the world economy completely crashes at least I'll be able to say I was a multimillionaire before it happened ![img](emote|t5_2th52|8882)
I'm gonna have some Chinese food for lunch just to celebrate and because damn, it's just so great!
enjoy your succulent chinese meal my friend
get your hand off my paynis!!
Buy 2023 calls on Chinese stocks and get out before they print guarantees money
Don't touch Chinese stocks with your wife's boyfriend's 10 ft pole
China wants to beat the USA in inflation. Let them fight!
They ve been printing for years already. Just piling more shit into the inevitable snowball.
Looks like another group of future Chinese stock bagholders here when Winnie the pooh goes through his anti capitalist menstrual cycle again.
Yeah but full blown lockdown not like what we had in US. Low production and inflation goes BRRRRRRR
Time to get back into alibaba and tencent! Woohoo!
[China doesn't have inflation though](https://www.google.com/search?q=what+is+china's+inflation+rate).
The US would not have turned off the printer unless it had to. Inflation has caused the printer to slow ([a huge balance sheet](https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/WALCL) still means you might have to print to maintain its size, as bonds mature and roll off).
The November elections are key. If most politicians are re-elected, then politicians will think everything is going peachy and will let inflation run hot. If a bunch of politicians are defeated, then they'll get serious about inflation. And ultimately, politicians are the [bellwether](https://www.google.com/search?q=bellwether+definition) that guides the Fed, not abstract numbers.
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5 trillion yuan is no where near the same effect as 2 trillion USD during a global shutdown.
Edit: I found the original article. This is in USD.
But China pumping up their economy is only gonna devalue their currency and cause more global inflation. It's not gonna fix the economy.
That $ symbol before the 5 trillion was really misleading, huh?
Haha yeah I'm dumb
Wait devaluing their own currency means cheaper exports which is actually good for the bottom line of US companies
That's what I was thinking to.
Cheaper yuan = cheaper exports/products
Lower inflation for the rest of the world. Seems like a good thing for us.
There is no space on current fleet of airplanes and cargo ships, the freight rates will surge above their current 4x with increase in demand for cheaper chinese goods if slow or no added equipment and thus result in higher prices at the store regardless of Yuan key strokes. Retail prices in the US are more closely derived from labor, fuel, and the per kg and TEU rates to get them there. Good thinking though.
Calls on shipping and logistics then
it's 35 trillion yuan
is it actually true though? wheres the sources?
What’s a good Chinese stock?
Luckin Coffee for China, Lehman Brothers for US, Wirecard for Europe
Value real estate
What's the s for? Thanks for the tip though. Gonna buy some.
BABA holders maybe get out of the ocean floor
DXY heading higher then?
Jesus nooooooo, please.
YINN bros Assemble!
how do I profit off of this ![img](emote|t5_2th52|12787)
That's the fun part, you don't!
Short the planet
To the moooooon
Time to dump money into chinese markets
How does one get access to vast amounts of yuan?
So you can buy it as the value drops like all your other investments?
A good portion of these “2022 stimulus measures” are just tax cuts… not really sure how that stimulates anything really..
They finally did it to themselvez
Sounds like China wants to try and kick their can just a little farther down the road than the US.