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  • Are Central Banks Financing Governments By Printing Money? [View article]
    So, central planning and a managed fraud-economy is as good as the real thing?

    There is exactly one takeaway --

    END THE FED, END CENTRAL FRAUD-BANKING MONOPOLIES STRANGLING GROWTH AND PROGRESS!

    This is a promise, but you the reader won't listen.
    Oct 1, 2012. 11:47 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Goldman's Hubris [View article]
    Fuck Goldman Sachs. If you disagree, fuck you too!
    Dec 3, 2009. 01:02 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Jon Friedman wonders whether Jim Cramer is defiant, or just clueless. "When Cramer writes about the stock market for New York magazine, there is no better or more knowledgeable Wall Street pundit around. He is that good. But when he turns into his Mr. Hyde persona on television, his brilliance gets lost in the noise."  [View news story]
    Jim Cramer is one thing - a crook.

    The fact that CNBC and anyone else attributes him is utterly deplorable and such news sources should be ashamed -- now bow to your mafia masters.
    Jun 3, 2009. 11:48 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Are Hedge Funds Missing the Rally? [View article]
    Bingo White Shield.

    There is nothing left to trade that isn't a scam to fleece the taxpayer.

    The hedgies' are doing what they should be doing -- building massive short positions in equity markets (why else doe one note the aforementioned PPT computer trading of GS) and long commodities.

    Don't agree? Watch what happens the next three months.
    Jun 3, 2009. 11:16 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • As Google (GOOG) pushes its Android mobile phone operating system onto computers, Microsoft (MSFT) is trying to extend its operating system to the rapidly growing set of consumer gadgets that includes media players, navigation systems, digital picture frames and digital TVs.  [View news story]
    Microsoft couldn't sell ice to coca cola. Short the hell out of that stock if you know what's good for you and your portfolio.
    Jun 3, 2009. 11:10 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A five-story office building on South Church Street in the Caymans serves as the official address for 18,857 corporations, about half of them U.S. firms.  [View news story]
    If a US citizen cannot list an address in the Caymans on their 1040 for "commercial considerations," then why the hell would a corporation be able to??

    So, I'm bailing out the organizations that don't even show up to pay their share?? Yet they are responsible for wrecking our democracy??

    Time for trust-busting. Business is WAAAAY too big.

    BREAK THEM UP AND MAKE THEM PAY RETROACTIVELY FOR THEFT!
    May 5, 2009. 01:47 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • "Evidence abounds that boards of directors at some systemically important financial firms in the U.S. were rendered as a 'gentlemen's club,'" PBoC writes in yet another diatribe. Qu Hongbin, HSBC's chief economist for China, says Beijing's moves are a precursor for what it plans to say at next week's G20 meeting.  [View news story]
    It's a sad day when it takes a Communist nation to point out the obvious looting and thieving which took/is taking place in broad daylight in the US.

    They are going to punch us in the face and we utterly deserve it!
    Mar 27, 2009. 11:14 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • AIG Rewards Failure: How Could the Brightest Be So Blind? [View article]
    Yep we own 80% of AIG, but 0% of the black hand behind it.

    Mafia 101 - when it smell like shit, and there's a lump under the rug no one wants to talk about - follow the money.
    Mar 16, 2009. 11:28 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • AIG Needs Transparency, Now [View article]
    Here you go:

    online.wsj.com/article...

    Yep, foreign banks. Wealth to the wealthy - duh.

    Mar 7, 2009. 09:07 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Congress Needs a Course in Remedial Finance [View article]
    I'm frustrated too Paul. Let me put it how the fine Senator Enzi from Wyoming put it on the radio (paraphrased):

    "This is bailout baloney. The federal credit card in the sky is maxed out, and now Congress wants to apply for another card - with higher limits!"

    Even the sub-prime borrowers can understand his explanation.

    I'm pleased to announce that both Wyoming senators have voted consistently against all bailouts.
    Feb 10, 2009. 08:08 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Water: The New Oil [View article]
    After reading the first quotation, all the author's credibility went out the window!

    Here are a couple more:

    "One has to create the itch to sell the scratch."

    Lastly the following is a fill in the blank:

    "A _____ is born every minute."

    Feb 2, 2009. 12:52 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Reinventing FOMC Commentary [View article]
    I'm with Harry.

    Bernanke and Co have zero credibility.

    They need to be replaced along with the Fed. Let's have a new finance committee rather than the invisible hand trying to prop up bullsh!t inflated prices (with the notable exception of paychecks and increasing unemployment).
    Jan 28, 2009. 01:04 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BofA Following Citigroup to $5 or Lower [View article]
    "Questions surrounding the integrity of Bank of America’s disclosure are now casting a dark shadow over the banking sector."

    Are you serious?! Did even one person on the planet think these guys were honest, or had turned over a new leaf?!

    Sorry Charlie, even Ray Charles could see these banks are robbing American's blind. Largest heist in history.

    I think they finally opened the book of the tier III assets!
    Jan 16, 2009. 03:42 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • What I Would Do [View article]
    You have my vote, now run for office!
    Jan 15, 2009. 01:32 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The next six months are going to be very painful, retailers at the annual NRF convention concur. J.C. Penney (JCP) CEO Mike Ullman tells attendees his family has its own TARP program - he pledged to pay off his children's credit card debt in exchange for the cards. It worked.  [View news story]
    Gee, I wish I had a rich daddy that would pay off my responsible debts, let alone my irresponsible ones!

    Given that Ullman can't even coach his own children financially calls into question literally every word of his credibility.

    Was Congress the "attendees??"
    Jan 14, 2009. 05:42 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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