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  • The Scariest Chart Ever [View article]
    I apologize in advance, but I agree with a previous poster about seeing the numbers:

    Does the comparison in the charts reflect that in fig. 2 all of the data from fig. 1 is insignificant (flat line)??!

    Thumbs up for yes, thumbs down for no.

    Sorry to be a pain!
    Jan 21 01:50 AM | 37 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Obama's Housing Plan: Elegant and Costly [View article]
    Welcome to the bandwagon Felix.

    House speculators, flippers, and those that moved into McMansions just got rewarded whilst those that were responsible and refrained from fiscal debauchery get slaughtered!!

    Mission Accomplished.
    Feb 18 05:18 PM | 12 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Bull Run Begins This Week [View article]
    For the Good News Economist:

    The only indicator that matters now is employment. No jobs, no recovery, no bull.

    Get used to it, your "Obama Factor" (which is the only real reason you wrote that piece) will be irresponsibly short lived.
    Jan 19 09:27 AM | 10 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nationalize Citigroup and Bank of America [View article]
    Nationalize nothing - let them fail.

    For the love of God, quit paying these banks and the problem will go away!
    Jan 15 01:30 PM | 10 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • AIG's Blackmail Note [View article]
    Get rid of AIG, crash and burn baby.

    Let the banks go #uck themselves, as for the little guy, he'll be okay, always has.

    I encourage every single consumer to withdraw their money from banks, and do not spend a dime.
    Mar 16 05:11 PM | 8 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Cycles, Recessions, and Looking Forward [View article]
    I think stimulus in the right places is needed.

    This does NOT mean those that created the problems get the stimulus, contrary to nearly every politician. Banks are utterly out of control in the US and arguably the world. Power is as corrupt as the banks are in power.

    The previous poster is optimistic compared to the forecast that I would predict.

    Have financial problems? Thank a banker (preferably with your fist).
    Jan 14 05:38 PM | 8 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 2009: Expecting a Massive Rally [View article]
    DOW at 4000 +/- where it rightfully belongs.

    Slooooow and painful -- Expect absolute hell as the masses wake up and realize that Wall Street is vapor and they have nothing, and unable to retire.
    Dec 30 01:40 PM | 8 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Holiday Markets: Wishing and Hoping [View article]
    If you believe the above chart (regardless of attribution) you are an idiot and I have some Alt-A mortgage tranches to sell you. Guaranteed 8%.
    Dec 22 12:02 PM | 8 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Have We Reached the End of the Private Sector Economy? [View article]
    Cmon, you act like lying, cheating and stealing aren't bad things! That's the "NEW NORMAL" -- rewarding failure and all of the above in the name of "greed is good" only.

    Even Helen Keller could see and understand that this clearly illustrates a HUGE dislocation in POWER, not money. The few that already have the most, stealing even more while protected leadership (aka those WITH) also helping themselves to more.

    Money is the catalyst, soon to be red herring, folks. Open your damn eyes. Ask yourself when you are going to get a bonus, or perhaps even a j-o-b.
    Nov 4 10:51 AM | 7 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Reports of Equities' Death Are Greatly Exaggerated [View article]
    I think that this commentary illustrates one premise:

    No one knows what is going on. Not investors, not Wall Street, not the government.

    I would liken the present investing environment to dumping the board of checkers. Simply placing the pieces back on the board doesn't make any sense whatsoever to what the game "ought" to look like prior.

    No jobs, rampant spending, debt-laden consumers are dead.

    How can one possibly presume a direction in markets whatsoever?
    Jan 5 10:03 AM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • How to Not Pay the AIG Bonuses [View article]
    This whole conversation is bull$hit. They ran their company and arguably many others into the ground. You don't get your bonus!

    How many millions of people aren't getting their bonus because business is down, not because they scammed the world's financial stage??

    Mar 16 05:04 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Political Strategy for Bank Recapitalization Emerges [View article]
    1. Banks that are bankrupt must fail.

    2. Anyone that thinks contrary to premise one please jump off a building or bridge. Even Ray Charles could see that Congress gave away a future generation's wealth to incompetent self-preservationist elite. The fact that it was mis-spent was utterly no surprise.

    Bush: "Mission Accomplished!"

    Jan 26 10:36 AM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Roubini: "Dear investors, do enjoy this dead cat bounce and bear market sucker’s rally..." but, "don’t wait too long until you jump ship while the financial Titanic hits the next financial iceberg; you may get squeezed and crushed in the rush to the lifeboats."  [View news story]

    Bulls and Bears make money, but pigs get slaughtered.

    See ya back at the "old bottom" in April when earnings come out.

    Any jobs created yet?
    Mar 16 11:25 AM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Bubble of Uncertainty Is About to Burst [View article]
    "This new bubble, which I call the ‘uncertainty bubble’ is different because its price action is negative, however, the bubble-like characteristics are the same as the previous bubbles in tech, housing, and oil."

    Let's see, tech bubble - fraud, housing bubble - fraud, and oil - all fraud.

    You are correct, we are nothing but fraud on borrowed time.

    Fraud, fraud, fraud, and more fraud....
    Mar 7 09:14 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Credit Started This Recession; It Will Also Help End It [View article]
    Not a chance. Credit is the red-herring.

    Bad policy fueled by self preservation and greed caused the crisis and will continue to perpetuate it.
    Jan 4 11:28 AM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment