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  • General Motors Upgraded To Buy: Why I Changed My Mind [View article]
    Folks, the fact 120 claims of death and injuries were filed in the first eight days of the existence of the General Motors Compensation Fund involving the dead and maimed victims of GM's deadly defective cars corroborates the corruption and massive consumer fraud of this dramatically integrity-depleted enterprise.

    Is the Grim Reaper the shadow CEO of General Murders Company? Would-be buyers of GM shares are purchasing ownership in no less than a racketeering operation, in our humble opinion.

    …funfun..
    Aug 9 08:22 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • GM compensation program gets 65 death claims in first eight days [View news story]
    Dead people killed by the criminal negligence of GM Management and unethical engineers "act sick"??

    …funfun..
    Aug 9 07:17 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • GM compensation program gets 65 death claims in first eight days [View news story]
    Investors should take note of the fact the GM Compensation Fund may be grossly underfunded at $400 million given the surge in claims. In consistently soft-pedaling and downplaying the huge scale of this consumer fraud and scandal, GM's unethical executives are continuing to dissimulate and cover up!

    …funfun..
    Aug 8 11:05 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • General Motors Upgraded To Buy: Why I Changed My Mind [View article]
    General Motors is the Bank of America of car companies. The cancer of corruption has metastasised in virtually every function, every executive suite and the Boardroom of GM, in the same fashion that corruption has eaten away Bank of America in the 21st century. Enormous shareholder value has been destroyed from the malignancy deep inside.

    We see no good prognosis for either GM or Bilk of America.

    Merely the opinion of one individual retail investor…funfun..
    Aug 8 10:44 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • GM compensation program gets 65 death claims in first eight days [View news story]
    65 deaths claims? For months, the unprincipled executives of this corrupt car-maker and their PR con artists have been broadcasting a fake death count of only "13 deaths" caused by their deadly defective cars on the roads!

    Nothing has changed in the vile culture of this intractably unethical corporation.

    …funfun..
    Aug 8 10:27 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Bank Of America Is Nearly 'Off The Hook' [View article]
    Like all the children of Lake Woebegone are "above average", every proud BAC fan bought his or her shares for $5.00. What an incredible coincidence, Readers!

    …funfun..
    Aug 8 05:58 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Bank Of America Is Nearly 'Off The Hook' [View article]
    Wharton,

    It is one of the oldest and sleaziest tricks for corporate PR damage control: Pretend all independent and dissenting viewpoints come from a single source. Wharton equals funfun equals Don Dion equals Regarded Solutions equals undsoweiter.

    OMG, how desperate are these obsessive supporters and shills for Bank of America Management to disrupt open and candid discussion of the critical issues confronting this beleaguered Bank and to intimidate and harass independently-speaking investors and readers here? This misconduct speaks volumes on the shareholder-hostile and customer-hostile culture endemic to this unethical financial institution.

    …funfun..
    Aug 8 05:49 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Bank Of America Is Nearly 'Off The Hook' [View article]
    In the meantime, the Management of this beleaguered Bank and their surly surrogates and supporters continue to fester in their inferiority, and BAC shares go absolutely nowhere despite the long and much touted final settlement of the last huge lawsuit with the feds!

    As the famous Lee Iacocco might say,

    "If you can find a better bank, buy it."

    …funfun..
    Aug 8 05:42 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 3rd recall for batch of General Motors SUVs [View news story]
    When it comes to an arrogant culture of customer hostility off the charts, GM is the Bank of America of car companies. …funfun..
    Aug 8 11:20 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Bank Of America To Take Out Their Checkbook, Buying Time In Sight [View article]
    Wharton,

    How astonishing is the PR damage control waged by fanatical BAC fans! They claim with a straight face Bank of America is so unique, so special, it cannot possibly be compared and measured against any other large banking institution on the planet.

    Well, Bank of America is unique in one way. No other American bank has engaged in as much fraud or paid the price in legal settlements on a Herculean scale as has the disreputable Bank of America.

    Gotta laugh…funfun..
    Aug 8 10:43 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Why I Bought Shares Of Bank Of America Today, And You Might Want To As Well [View article]
    Regarded Solutions,

    Given the stock is fading for a second day in a row, down 11 cents moments ago to 15.01, it appears as if some of the smarter money is drifting out of BAC, not waiting for verification of the final details of this subject settlement.

    Post settlement, the prospects for earnings growth of this languishing and shrinking financial conglomerate is not all that impressive, with much of the growth expected to be from cost-slashing. Chopping expenses, shuttering branches and facilities, shoving thousands of employees out the door, can go only so far.

    …funfun..
    Aug 8 10:30 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Bank Of America To Take Out Their Checkbook, Buying Time In Sight [View article]
    Folks, with the stock down another 11 cents to 15.01 moments ago, it looks like some more smart money may be drifting out of these drab shares of America's leading and award-winning bank in fraud penalties.

    …funfun..
    Aug 8 09:47 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • BofA reportedly near $16B-$17B deal with DOJ [View news story]
    westelk,

    The bumbling, mumbling Brian Moynihan is old guard, an integral and inseparable part of the top leadership team of Bank of America since 2004, which engineered the acquisitions of Countrywide and Merrill Lynch and created the massive messes, now costing cumulatively $77 billion in legal charges.

    It is time for Mr. Moynihan to stand down. Desperately needed is fresh outside talent at the top, and a Chairman of the Board of Directors who is more than "a figurehead with no banking experience", as Wall Street analyst, Mike Mayo, has accurately characterised the glad-handing Chad O. Holliday, Jr.

    …funfun..
    Aug 8 08:57 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 3rd recall for batch of General Motors SUVs [View news story]
    We have to compliment General Motors Management on their consistency in quality in all their cars. Whatever you buy, wherever or whenever, you can rely on the deadly and disastrous defects built in.

    At General Motors:

    "No Quality Is Job One"

    …funfun..
    Aug 8 08:09 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Bank Of America To Take Out Their Checkbook, Buying Time In Sight [View article]
    Hmmmm….Folks, it appears some of the smarter money may have drifted away from this highly questionable equity in recent trading sessions, showing higher volumes. On the sidelines are some less sophisticated BAC fans clutching their high school diplomas and sternly warning you the final big legal settlement has been announced over the loudspeaker, and if you don't jump on board right now, you will miss the train and the first stop @ 20 before Christmas, and the following stops of 30, 50, and not-too-distant, 100!

    Not to be perversely doubtful, but we'll catch another train, thank you.

    …funfun..
    Aug 8 08:00 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
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