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  • 2009 Will Be a Small Cap World After All [View article]
    Another sales pitch leaving the meat and potatoes out of ANY recovery argument:


    Dec 24 02:07 AM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Expect a significant rally in Q1 with Obama's mandate likely to bolster investor sentiment, Cazanove's Robin Griffiths says. "It would be astonishing if they had no effect," adding that whether or not the rally is a just bear market surge or a new bull will depend on its strength.  [View news story]
    It would be astonishing if ANYTHING other than jobs bolsters investment sentiment.

    Face the facts (Robin), American's are broke, and even more important, those with money don't see anything worth buying!
    Dec 22 12:20 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Lehman's Collapse: Executives and Accountants Faulted [View article]
    Helen Keller could see that this practice is as widespread as possible!

    The US government sponsors it through FASB shell games, and the Federal Reserve is the home for homeless SIV's.

    Quit being afraid to call a spade a spade.
    Mar 12 05:22 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The jobless decade: December 1999 - 130.5M employed Americans. December 2009 - 130.9M. Considering the country grew by 30M people, a 400K gain in employment over 10 years looks pretty awful.  [View news story]
    huh? I thought the best and brightest were getting increased bonuses??

    Oh, right, lies, cheating and stealing leaving nothing but bad debt. Thanks corporate America, aka Fraud Street.
    Jan 11 06:30 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Geithner's bank detox plan will fail, Nassim Taleb says. "I want an overhaul... this is not it." Author of The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable says he's sick of subsidizing corporate failure: "Taxpayers take the downside and Wall Street as usual is going to take the upside..."  [View news story]
    We're simply rewarding bad behavior at the expense of those who didn't and continue to make prudent and wise choices.

    We're socializing our democracy, turning our back on individual freedom and corporate accountability.

    All that have done well are being sacrificed, along with their children, and grandchildren... arguably the rest of the world.

    Organized crime is rampant, deliberate, and inconsequential to those orchestrating this catastrophe.
    Apr 1 01:13 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • At 8.1%, unemployment has already reached the average rate the White House projected for the whole year. With 4.4M jobs already vanished, will Obama's stimulus target of creating 3.5M jobs do the trick?  [View news story]
    Unemployment? That's not something the rich have to contend with, so it matters little -- hence targets fabricated as well as the promises.

    All one has to do is follow the money -- right into the banks and wealthy.

    Let's try accountability -- none, zero, null.

    Well how about transparency -- zip, zilch, nata.

    Only a fool would believe jobs are on the menu of government. It's ALL about preserving the rich at the expense of those without.

    Welcome to the largest bank heist in mankind and still the masses are utterly clueless calling bottoms.
    Mar 8 12:40 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Yellen's sentiment was echoed by Chicago Fed president Charles Evans, though he tempered his enthusiasm for wide-scale stimulus by calling current policy 'sobering.' "By historical standards, our current fiscal debt is not unusually large; but our expected future obligations are enormous." (full speech)  [View news story]

    1. If you are rich, we will keep you rich.

    2. If you are not, even if financially prudent, your money will go towards number one.
    Jan 4 10:34 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Uncovered by SPIC protection, indirect investors in Madoff's scam beg for leniency: "Please consider broadening access to SIPC for all individuals who lost so much or all of their life savings."  [View news story]
    Same old same old. "W" will bail them out too, i mean after all, they are prime republibullshit contributors.

    Time to call Dobson and pray.
    Dec 30 01:33 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is Washington Killing the Golden Goose? [View article]
    Take your books to a credible accountant. Talk to other's in your local area with regards to credibility. You won't regret it.

    Often accountants are aware of up-and-coming events/tax breaks, etc that one might not otherwise be aware of. For example, you don't think that it's purely coincidental that most small businesses purchased the largest SUV's they could find do you? Many times it was the accountant that knew that there was a hefty tax credit for those vehicles (sq footage of ground cover). A sticker in the back window and viola deduct the entire thing AND get a credit...

    Depending on your business complexity, one can price an accountant (even for end of year closeouts) very reasonably. It's also an expense.
    Dec 24 10:58 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Global Recession: Ready or Not, Here We Come [View article]
    "Congress will reasonably want to impose constraints on the amount of government debt that is issued, particularly absent a longer-term solution for Social Security and Medicare"

    Are you serious?! What in your right mind makes you think that Congress wants to do any of the above? Their actions have already "mortgaged" the entire democracy. There won't be any solutions in the new administration.

    Please attribute your basis for Congressional sentiment with regards to your arbitrary claims.
    Dec 22 11:16 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Paulson Grasps the Automaker Nettle [View article]
    Where's my bailout from the lemon Detroit sold me back in 1998?!

    Dec 19 01:37 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Investing in Stocks in a Deleveraging Economy [View article]
    Though thoughtful, the author underscores one important attribute with the premise of his commentary:

    Buy equities, and then publish an article on Seeking Alpha pumping those equities, and then "be willing to trade".

    Sounds like a winning model to me.
    Dec 15 03:34 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Madoff Scandal: Where Was the SEC? [View article]
    The real scandal is when he walks away scott-free. One charge, good behavior and probation. Start the clock and sign me up!
    Dec 13 02:12 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • GM (GM) CEO Rick Wagoner does not consider filing for bankruptcy protection an option, but his board does.  [View news story]
    Detroit RIP you deserve it.
    Nov 23 12:59 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Autos and Mentality That Ruined Detroit [View article]
    Good. Let Detroit rot.

    Speaking from personal experience, American auto's have been a shame. After owning a Ford F250, and Taurus, I will never buy another Ford again.

    Credit, price, etc, mean absolutely nothing to the consumer that values quality -- Detroit was utterly doomed when they couldn't offer anything above a 36k mile warranty.

    They won't recover.

    Nov 16 06:16 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment