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todd_moses 16 days ago | hide | past | favorite



"When the average price of bananas in the U.S. goes above $0.60 per pound, it is likely the signal of a major macroeconomic event."

I'm not sure this person understands what "macroeconomic" means. Also it's the headline but merely asserted and then unsupported. Why is it a supposed macro event? Also why would I care about the particulars of banana history in an article putatively about a macro indicator?

"All information on Banananomics is AI generated from the global market graph and is provided for informational purposes only. It is not intended for trading or investing objectives."

Ah...


I didn't quite understand this post. Seems to be a series of contradicting factoids on banana prices. The writing is a bit too incoherent.


> All information on Banananomics is AI generated from the global market graph and is provided for informational purposes only.

Disclaimer at the site bottom.


gradus_ad points out the disclaimer at the bottom of the page:

"All information on Banananomics is AI generated from the global market graph"


Looks like todd_moses has tried submitting banananomics.co sites tons of times.


I mean, it's one banana. What could it cost? Ten Dollars?




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