I am retired from Fresno County. I like to blog and comment on financial matters. I knew of the housing bubble in late 2005, way before Cramer. I believe that the central banking establishment set up excessive and damaging credit vehicles both for investors and for borrowers. Investors were swindled but no one goes to jail. Borrowers were given so much easy money that the loans themselves pushed the value of houses up to unsustainable heights. It is worthwhile to "fight" the lending abuses peacefully, with education and through legal means where possible. I am not an investment counselor nor am I an attorney so my views are not to be considered investment advice. It seems from my understanding of the economy, that folks who fight the Fed are fighting a force that is powerful, capable of keeping interest rates low, etc.
Lucas Wyrsch is a Networker, Enterprise Risk Management Consultant, Actuary,
He is a Member of the Board of Directors of Ravens Power AG, a company that offers sustainable, renewable and alternative energy solutions for all.
He animates the Swiss Business Club to introduce the concept of Swissness to the global online and social media community!
He administrates Future Power Generation, a think tank in geothermal energy in particular and all kinds of sustainable, alternative and renewable sources of energy in general.
He heads TGC Consultants, a risk management and marketing body to create sustainable long term business results!
Lucas Wyrsch is a life member of Black Stars at Ecademy where he coordinates mastermind groups in business administration.
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Interested in technology and financial markets. Undergrad in engineering, MS in Comp Sci and an MBA in finance. Building tools for individual investors to make more informed decisions about the stocks and mutual funds they choose.
Identify businesses that have long-term sustainable growth opportunities and are trading at a good value.
Upon receiving my Masters degree in Music from Connecticut's Hartt School of Music, I took a job at a local Friendly's serving ice cream, where I perfected the disgruntled, comatose look, as seen in the photo at left. As a first-time participant in the American economy by way of fast-food, I noted the vileness and squalor into which our country was plummeting.
Now, as an SA commentator, I look forward to multiplying my earnings, once I get some, and settling down as a prime member of society, living out my remaining years in the luxury every red-blooded American deserves.
I currently live in a barn with my saxophones, watching America decline around me.