To our eyes there isn’t much room inside the eye of a needle. I am sure if we were a mere speck, the space between the eye of a needle would seem large enough or perhaps, on the other hand, it wouldn’t seem large at all depending on one’s perspective. In this era we are preoccupied with the size of our spaces, our cubicles, our daily space. While living in this economy we have had to pull back and live in less space, and some people have had to pull up stakes and move out altogether. Could this economic disaster that we have been experiencing have been prevented if better rules had been set by our financial institutions worldwide? This is a question that has been raised often and every take on it that I read in magazines, I realize that no one knows what will happen next. There are predictions and trends that are written about, and there are vast opinions about how our markets will turn around. I am not an economist, I am like the rest of the world of people who have ever had a dream and invested bits and pieces into companies through the stock market with the hopes of having a retirement of safely invested monies. One fear is that nothing is safe, yet we continue trying to believe that our markets will strengthen as more money is poured through the eye of needle into various fund manager’s fingertips within the confines of office space of large investment companies. I’d like to believe that we are on the rising end of this economic wave and that new rules will replace the ones that were easy to get around. Perhaps someone will create an algorithm program to track the market and expose the threads that will likely cause rifts within the eye of the economic needle.
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