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Msg  1100668 of 1153168  at  7/24/2019 12:10:17 AM  by

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https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/23/business/were-full-car-dealers-say-as-auto-sales-slow-after-a-long-boom.html

How can the markets keep going up if autos are weak? Throw if higher tariff costs and watch out.

It's interesting we've had ten year cycles roughly and each one favors different types of vehicles. In the 90s you started to get SUVs, mostly big ones. Then they took over following the last crash, but they are mostly midsized.

You wonder if sedans will come back. Could be SUVs that are almost sedans or wagons really. You see them already. They look sort of strange at first. Then you get used to them. Now old sedans look strange.

Probably won't have a huge crash like 2008 when oil shot up. It does seem that the average paid is very high and due for a correction. In most purchases like TV's the prices drop. The low interest rates are so important in autos.


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