Thank Guys (Gals if any) for the responses.
Call me whatever but I am still not convinced to have credit to run the market.
The disposable income has risen lately and mushrooming shopping malls, fast-food outlets etc are good examples.
Why can the market run on those excess fats than on credit?
What more can the authorities do to attract excess fat in to the market?
If we didn't have that bull run from 2009-2010 and IPOs, we
should be finely surviving. The bull run was like the system becoming swollen
due to excess credit, and there is no fat build up. As hariesha said, IPOs are
like putting new organ's to the system. These organs absorb some amount of
blood from the system.
There is a disease in the system called T+5, which causes abnormal
transactions. This makes blood drain out from the system, before becoming them deposit as Fat.
So, right now, we got a system with lot of organs, not built up fat, and
liquids being excessively drained out. Then, the system has become very fragile
and weak. Another few global turmoils can easily put the system to grave.
When it comes to that point, only loved ones want the system up and running.
Others just ignore this dying system.
So, to summarize,
our friendly brokers gave lot of liquids to the system during 2009-2010, (SEC
was sleeping at that time)
during the bull run system couldn't store fat
so many new organs have been put in to the system, making system bulky,
requiring lot of blood
liquid is excessively drained out
T+5 rule always drains out blood every daysystem is weak and fragile.
So, will new investors come to invest in this dying, sick system?