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If some futurists are to be believed, we will have autonomous cars all over our roads within 15 years. I think the figure will be closer to five years.


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I've been watching the news regarding the Fed and their actions regarding interest rates. Speculation has been all over the place. There was strong speculation it would raise the rate but at the last minute, it was squashed due to the economy and feared stock market volatility. As you might imagine, “tea leaf readers “like most "experts" are hedging their bets regarding the June fed meeting. Personally, I think they're going to be very cautious because of the current economic environment and the recent stock market volatility. The last hike was 0.25% and even that blip wasn't well received. I still maintain the economy and the employment numbers are going to need to improve and stabilize before the Fed feels comfortable with any kind of bump. Add that to the political wrangling and teeth gnashing going on in Washington, so I predict 2017. Just my 2 cents, for what it's worth. Which means no change until after the elections. On another note Isn't it just amazing? I'll tell you what I find fascinating, the Fed is NOT government, it's a private financial institute manned by so called financial wiz kids that have a profound impact on global economy and finances that was created (in seclusion and private) for the sole purpose of manipulating the banking industry. And this is what drives the interest rates and markets. So I'm wouldn't surprise me if someone was trying to manipulate the market prior to the fed meeting... There’s a joke in there somewhere about being “FED UP”!!!

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