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  • Bailed Out Banks Betting Against U.S. Cities and States [View article]
    The banks are getting smarter.
    Apr 29, 2010. 11:19 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Goldman Sachs Debacle: Clueless in D.C. [View article]
    I must apologize for the congressman and women. What a bunch of know nothing losers. Geeezzz.
    And the beat goes on.
    I do not hold any GS shares.
    Apr 28, 2010. 11:44 AM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Financial Reform Bill Misses the Target [View article]
    This administration is so smart that after bailing out the banks they are kicking them in the teeth so the stock prices go down and we can bail them out again.
    Apr 27, 2010. 03:42 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Striking the 'Buffett Rule' From the Financial Reform Bill Could be Deflationary [View article]
    The government made a deal on social security and changed it. 65 is no longer a retirement age.
    Apr 27, 2010. 11:45 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Squatters: 4.4 Million and Counting [View article]
    Bankruptcy is the squatters haven. This should be illegal instead of legal. Why should I have to indirectly pay for your screw ups?
    Apr 27, 2010. 11:31 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Financial Reform Bill Misses the Target [View article]
    I suggest ALL SKIN. The main management figures put up ALL their salaries and perks, including homes, airplanes and vehicles and bank accounts.
    The problem of greed is finished.
    You can write all the laws you want and they will not cover another debacle. The most frequently heard words in congress are, "It's not perfect". That should tell you something!!
    Apr 27, 2010. 11:27 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Too Big to Fail: Time for a Controlled Demolition [View article]
    Dave Lewis...
    You must of read my comments from months ago. lol lol That is the ONLY way to control the banks and financial institutions. If they risk their company and lose then they lose. Houses, airplanes, automobiles, pensions, etc. That will kill the greed factor.
    Don't need any laws that were and will be ignored in the future by incompetent bureaucracy. Obama has to put his show down and incorporate what you and I know will work.
    Apr 26, 2010. 04:50 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Grading the Financial Regulatory Reform Bill [View article]
    They broke up ATT and now they are letting the pieces re assemble. What a farce.
    Apr 26, 2010. 12:59 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Jail Time for Wall Street's Derivatives Writers? [View article]
    Right on pizza man.
    Apr 26, 2010. 11:56 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Not Just Limit the Size of Banks? [View article]
    You are witnessing a dog and pony show regarding legislation against the banks. Congress will leave loop holes in any legislation passed. Congress is funded by the bank lobbyist.
    Obama will give speech after speech but the results will be a waste of taxpayer money.
    Get use to it!!
    Apr 26, 2010. 11:51 AM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Goldman Sachs: The Long and Short of Opaque [View article]
    What a joke!!! Derivatives shut down and banks made smaller. I guess that will end greed.
    Obama needs to remove his head from where the sun don't shine and tie the losses to the perks and salaries of the CFO, CEO and the board of directors that all say, Duhhh. I did not know that was going on.
    If their salaries and fringe benefits are in jeopardy than PROBLEM SOLVED. We all know it is about greed.
    So what if the banks fail. The top people walk away with millions. So what if derivatives cause an economic collapse. The abusers walk away with millions.
    I have not seen anyone lose their jobs or money regained because of the lack of competence. If they are dismissed they go to another job or are given millions to retire on. You have to claw back what they are suppose to receive. That will resolve the out of contact gambling and under hand maneuvers.
    Apr 23, 2010. 11:33 AM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Did a Clever SEC Bait Goldman Sachs Into Compounding Its Legal Problems? [View article]
    Watched Barney Frank say that the banks would have to hold 5% of the mortgages and could not sell them. Let's see if I have this right?
    If I have 1 billion in mortgages and keep 5% or 50 million dollars worth of them, then I can gain $950 million in selling them and lose only 50 million if everything goes south. Not bad!! Where do I sign up.
    Apr 20, 2010. 01:49 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • GE's Board Needs Gutting: A Preview of the Upcoming Annual Shareholder Meeting [View article]
    I can vote my 200 share till hell freezes over but I have no say to change anything. It is the mutual funds that have the power but do not use it.
    Apr 13, 2010. 11:30 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 6 Dow Dividend Stocks That Are Thriving in 2010 [View article]
    T has been and still is a loser in my portfolio. After I phone and all. It is like holding a bank certificate of deposit. No movement but down for years. Sure the dividend is good but when you hold it for years and inflation is up 2% minimum a year & you hold the stock for 5 years you actually lose.10% of your investment capital.
    Apr 13, 2010. 11:26 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Home Equity Horror Show [View article]
    JUSTIN:
    I did not know you were a retard! My sympathy goes out to you...
    Apr 9, 2010. 11:38 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
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