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  • Who Killed Frannie? [View article]
    I believe strongly in "invisible hands" and feel full well that Paulson and the Federal Selfserve was/has been orchestrating this from the start.

    All the questions as to the "whys" only have move up the food chain a little bit to become ultimately and catastrophically political. ONLY A FOOL would disagree that the last 8 years has been utterly inverse between what is said and done - a nation led by dishonest tyrants whom benefit the few at the expense of all. THAT IS 100% POLITICAL, and thus as a result, every single American lost freedom yesterday.

    What is happening is far worse than a couple planes smashing into a couple of buildings - its the outright rot of our democracy backbone - money.
    Sep 9 10:54 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • How the Fannie / Freddie Announcement Impacts Forex, M&A [View article]
    I agree with other posters: ".. has carved out a bottom in equities" is garbage. Don't sell out forecasting such bull$hit.
    Sep 8 06:24 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Stunning Reversals: Is This a Market or a Casino? [View article]
    The answer to your question is Casino, but not one owned by stakeholders, rather the kind owned by the mafia.
    Sep 8 01:40 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Ten Banks That Will Be Hurt by the Takeover of Fannie and Freddie [View article]
    All I can tell you is that the likelihood of uncle "sham" buying me a house is highly unlikely, so it should be with everyone else's!!!!! B.S.!
    Sep 8 01:26 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • GSE Bailout Likely Marks a Bottom in Financials [View article]
    Paulson is a f**king tool! This country is run by none other than incompetent self-preservationists. This could not get worse other than shoveling more bull$hit around. Here comes inflation and a collapse.
    Sep 8 11:02 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • When Good Things Happen to Bad Stocks [View article]
    Would the government buy my house too!? This is utter bull$hit folks, TOTAL INEQUALITY!!!! Now is the time more than ever to not pay taxes.
    Sep 8 10:58 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Labor Pains: Deeper Contractions [View article]
    Gabe, when you find yourself in a hole, just keep on drill, drill, drilling!

    I'm sure you're right- tens of millions of increasingly broke, indebted, aging, unemployed, angry people, off balance sheet risk dumping, large-cap institutional "evaporation", sleeping superpower aggressiveness, and not to mention years of statistical trending are all "lagging" and "distorted" indicators of the past -- all signs of things to get better - particularly when revisions are counted.

    Easy money either way.
    Sep 5 01:20 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Making Sense of the Current Market Weakness [View article]
    DOW at 8.5k (or less) before we see any sort of "real" bottom. Money (value and writeoffs) is evaporating faster than a boiling pot of water and the consumer is the Lobster.
    Sep 5 11:26 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Payroll Numbers Are Ugly Indeed [View article]
    Reinko: If you think that the numbers aren't orchestrated you are perhaps too optimistic.

    Every single government statistic is "fallible" and you should anticipate that no matter what [these times in particular] our government (perhaps through failure of transparency during "processing") will manipulate and sugar coat, as your calculations reflect.

    It's 100% about timing and the control of information and I commend you on keeping track of such things -- just trust them as they are -- useless and inaccurate.
    Sep 5 10:38 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • When the Market Runs Out of Lifeguards, Will You Sink or Swim? [View article]
    Actions by your "trusted regulators" based on shell game risk maneuvering, incompetence and political self-preservation are no substitute for real leadership - which in the interest of "tough love" would let the markets bomb. I say this not out of discontent, but rather opportunity.

    Perhaps Congress will throw out another "stimulus bone" to everyone unemployed with their hands out in the name of "national security", or we'll start another "War on ___". This is an election year after all, not to mention the final farewell to an elitist president and mafia administration that didn't fool this Republican voter back in 2000 only to reinforce to all what a joke the decisions the rich make always seem to end up a turd sandwich for the rest of us. That is, those of us that actually care.
    Sep 4 02:03 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Equities: In the Eye of the Storm [View article]
    I did appear a little out of control, didn't I! I apologize, the CAPS can do that -- but it served it's purpose and grabbed attention.

    As to the premise:

    Larry-H illustrates a point, however premature in the calling of "productivity". If we end up in the dump (or worse) because the net outcome of productivity came at a "cost" none of us can afford, to what end?!

    Problems of this magnitude take decades to create and as such decades to fix -- and as one whom recognizes that at the present, I'd like to get started fixing it -- starting with those that created it.

    As to being drafted YEP, and with pleasure. I, like many others come from a long line of military service flowing through my veins (Vietnam included).
    Sep 4 11:43 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Equities: In the Eye of the Storm [View article]
    Interesting perspective, yet nothing new. My concern (being a 30 year old debt free working professional) is that we are simply postponing the catastrophic financial inevitable from the boomers starting with bad policies in the 70's. This terrible blip of a storm, postponed, postponed, and postponed leaves me with little hope (at the present) that we will see a correction, instead another smoke and mirror strategy to artificially inflate everything until the boomers are dead -- then KABOOM. I say let the snake go!


    The spend, spend, spend mentality is finite and I think it terrible there is nothing more than uncertainty left for us younger responsible individuals left to inherit.
    Sep 4 10:25 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Meet Chrome - Google's Windows Killer [View article]
    My Take - I happen to disagree with you. Microsoft has been an anchor on the industry, and given that Korea is not known for their "progressive web sites" but rather according to you only sucking up to the big gorilla. Truth be told, the world is moving away from the desktop stronghold... that is the industry EXCEPT Microsoft -- most notably after they got shut out of Y! following a continually dismal OS record. Microsoft needs to quit asserting it is the dominant player when in fact they are not and put their efforts into more of what its customers want, rather than what MS wants. Even MS OS's are becoming a laughing stock -- the day I used Apple OSX I realized that Microsoft is a joke -- a complete joke.
    Sep 2 12:25 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Inequality and the Credit Crisis [View article]
    Why doesn't the author just state that the rich rule the United States -- I'm not referencing your neighbor, I'm talking corporate America. Big business has literally bankrupted the country, allowed by a complacent, spineless and utterly incompetent government -- watch prices continue to soar!!! If you are optimistic on the economy as a whole the next few years you are a complete fool, and I have some beach-front property available in Colorado to sell you. All you need is a loan-- don't worry, I have that too!
    Sep 1 09:25 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • False Data Clobbers the Markets [View article]
    Are you retarded? What about debt and inflation? Anyone can tie an anchor on to one side or the other. People are in a spending recession and have been, not to mention trillions of $'s which evaporated through a bailout. Reports and statistics are fallible.

    Ray Charles could see oil and food and health care and politics, and your favorite opportunity for arbitrage are being manipulated, like your selective premises.

    One thing is for certain, we are not in a good situation as a nation going forward so quit trying to prolong the inevitable for those ready for it!! See ya when the DOW hits 8000.
    Aug 29 04:31 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment