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  • Analysts Need To Get Real About OpenTable [View article]
    Let it continue to rise, I just cashed out a profitable put on this POS. So let it rise I will be buying puts again soon. So easy
    Nov 3 05:18 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Groupon (GRPN) will price its IPO tomorrow and begin trading on Friday, according to All Things D's sources. The company and its underwriters haven't decided whether to boost the IPO's offering price from its current $18 level, which would allow Groupon to raise $540M at an $11.4B valuation. (more)  [View news story]
    Let it run and run hard, eventually I will be there to short this scam stock.
    Nov 2 01:32 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Regulators are investigating whether MF Global (MF) diverted as much as $700M from segregated customer accounts to support its trades as the company teetered, according to sources. A major no-no, it's possible this is what nixed a desperate effort by MF to sell itself to Interactive Brokers (IBKR). (SEC/CFTC statement)  [View news story]
    Corzine should be prosecuted.
    Oct 31 09:03 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Report says MF Global exploring sale, options [View article]
    Corzine should do a perp-walk for all of his bankster crimes.
    Oct 28 07:35 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The rich have indeed gotten richer over the last three decades - and the very rich have gotten very richer - far outpacing the middle class, according to a new CBO study. The top 1% of households saw after-tax household income grow by 275% from 1979 to 2007, while income for the 60% in the middle of the scale rose by less than 40%; for the lowest quintile, the gain was just 18%.  [View news story]
    No use in stating facts to Terry330, she has guzzled on the Obama kool-aid way to long.
    Oct 26 07:08 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The housing market is going to recover sooner than many think, according to Pershing Square's Ali Namvar, and he's positioning the firm's $10B portfolio now to take advantage of it. One of his favorite picks: Fortune Brands Home & Security (FBHS), the recent home remodeling and security business spin off of Fortune Brands (FO). The company's current valuation assumes almost no housing recovery in the next five years, Namvar says, making it a great low-risk play.  [View news story]
    Ocean, you stated the great Bauer not me. But I am in total agreement Ali is clueless.
    Oct 19 08:13 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The housing market is going to recover sooner than many think, according to Pershing Square's Ali Namvar, and he's positioning the firm's $10B portfolio now to take advantage of it. One of his favorite picks: Fortune Brands Home & Security (FBHS), the recent home remodeling and security business spin off of Fortune Brands (FO). The company's current valuation assumes almost no housing recovery in the next five years, Namvar says, making it a great low-risk play.  [View news story]
    Dream on, housing will be dead for a while. nothing to see here untill obama is gone.
    Oct 19 07:50 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Germany and France will this week formulate the details of a "shock and awe" plan that includes upping the eurozone bailout fund to €2T ($2.8T) from €440B, The Daily Telegraph reports. The program also includes recapitalizing the banks with €100B-€200B and a plan for Greece in which the private sector will takes losses of up to 50%.  [View news story]
    The funny thing is they need all of that 2 trillion if not more they are a hotttttt mess.
    Oct 16 09:55 AM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Hedge founder gets 11 years in insider trade probe [View article]
    So when are they going to prosecute Obama and Holder for thier crimes in the Fast and Furious?
    Oct 13 07:49 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Wall Street protesters have been sold a bill of goods, Peter Wallison writes: Reckless government policies, not private greed, brought about the housing bubble and resulting financial crisis. The private financial sector "cannot fairly be accused of causing the crisis when only a small minority of subprime mortgages outstanding in 2008 were the result of that private activity."  [View news story]
    Obama and Holder are terrorists they need to go.
    Oct 12 06:50 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Belgium's government announces it will buy the Belgian banking business of Dexia for €4B and provide 60% of the guarantees for the rest (approx. €90B) of the parent group's assets, with France and Luxembourg apparently guaranteeing the remainder. S&P futures +1%, euro +0.5% at $1.3349.  [View news story]
    Better for Bankster bonuses.
    Oct 10 08:54 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • How bad can it get if the US falls into recession? [View article]
    Is this author legit? Looks like a shill hit piece for the hopey change believers. Take a look around we never left the last recession, fake FED money proped up the economy temporarily but we are right back were we started.
    Oct 9 06:23 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Obama calls for passage of jobs bill [View article]
    That bill will create as much jobs as Solyndra, just another govt pork scam.
    Oct 9 08:53 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • CBO estimates $1.3 trillion deficit for 2011 [View article]
    Dumbest thing I have heard in a while. "It shouldn't be a problem." I cannot begin to esplain how flawed kickshark argument is, first off people are still spending quite good actually for how much debt they already have and for how gloomy the people feel regarding the direction of the economy. And please anyone tell me when the last time govt really used monies to pay beck debt? this thing is almost 15 trillion now, and Odumber still has a year and some left to put through his marxist agenda. Govt has a spending problem, period.
    Oct 8 11:25 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Here's something for the Occupy Wall Street crowd to chew on: Bank of America (BAC) says it will pay Sallie Krawcheck a one-time severance package of $5.15M plus a full year's salary of $850K after being ousted from her role as head of the bank's wealth management group. The bank is also paying former president of consumer banking Joe Price a lump sum payment of $4.15M plus his entire year $850K salary. Being fired never sounded so good.  [View news story]
    Only problem with that is I do not consider issuing billions more shares and suckering in new investors as actually paying it back. The old/new bagholders paid the govt back. Just like GM, they didnt pay a cent back only bagholders who bought into a pig with new lipstick. they have goten beaten badly while the govt got half thier money back. Scam, Scam, Scam
    Oct 7 07:29 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
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