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Trying to figure out the economy is just something you don’t want to attempt unless you are a trained journalist like this humble correspondent. World finances can be baffling to even the brightest minds.There are a lot of television experts who are employed to analyze the economy. They say the following:Things could get better. Or they could get worse. We are not sure. One thing these analysts know is that their own personal economy is in pretty good shape because they get paid a lot of money not to have a handle on what is going on. That’s my kind of job.I spend a lot of time watching these financial talking heads because I need to understand what is going to happen to my 401P. Or maybe it’s K. I didn’t major in finance; I majored in miracles (that’s a good one, Huck), which is apparently what we need. I mostly watch CNBC because Erin Burnett is a stock market whiz. She is also pretty.The best I can figure out, stock prices go down when gas pump prices go up, but that is okay because the guys who own the oil companies make tons of money and get hefty tax breaks so they can buy more luxury cars, vacation condos and fancy boats.
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