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Archive for July, 2010

Zero Hedge: Grassley Submits Questions for Committee Records

25 Jul

Goldman, Blackrock In Cross Hairs Again As Senator Grassley Digs Up Old Corpses from zero hedge | on a long enough timeline, the survival rate for … by Tyler Durden Just as Goldman’s hope that the BP gusher’s taking front page priority, especially in the aftermath of the rather amusing settlement between the firm and […]

 
 

It Just Gets Better and Better…

23 Jul

Max and Stacy take us on the roller coaster ride that is the current world markets and sovereign nations moving in their own ways to solve the problem: as Europe slams the door shut on Goldman Sachs as their primary bond trader – and kicked them out – as the US goes even deeper into […]

 
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Bill Still Interviews The Market Ticker; How the Sub Prime Predatory Bubble was Engineered by The FED

23 Jul

This interview with Karl Denninger is a very clear and concise picture of how the bubble machine is floundering and where the real markets and economy are and what is coming.  It may sound scary but it’s not nearly as scary as what will happen if we continue to ignore it and do not prepare […]

 

The Federal Reserve’s Path of U.S. Economic Destruction; Washington’s Blog Lays Out the Global Picture of The U.S. Economic Crisis: Ongoing Desstruction of the U.S. Economy

23 Jul

In this stunningly accurate and detailed account, we learn the truth of the global central bankers, BIS and others’ precedent warnings to the FED and other central bankers about flagrant and ‘too easy’ money in an economic system – and the inherent and dangerous risks of inflation coupled with higher and higher risk. This is […]

 
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Washington’s Blog: Did the Financial Reform Bill Solve the Problems of the Economy? No… Sorry. Not.

21 Jul

This is a very clear and important piece on the financial reform bill. We need to understand and address the real issues here. The banksters are still in charge; and the people are still screwed. Sorry, but that is where it is – and the links in this post will take you to ALL the […]

 
 

The Market Ticker on the Goldman Settlement

21 Jul

Getting a good bead on the Goldman Settlement… Karl Denninger puts it in perspective. Goldman Sachs Settlement: Yeah, Right from The Market Ticker by Karl Denninger Sorry, no $ale over here: IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, ADJUDGED, AND DECREED that Defendant and Defendant’s agents, servants, employees, attorneys, and all persons in active concert or participation with […]

 
 

Auerback from NewDeal 2.0 on the Fiasco that is Current Financial Regulation, Timmy G’s Failings and More…

20 Jul

Auerback tears into the finreg bill – a totally clear and important read. Everything from Elizabeth Warren and complete failure of the Treasury to accomplish ANYTHING while they call Warren ‘not a team player’… SERIOUSLY!? Well at least if you read this you’ll learn what you need to learn and get some real insight thanks […]

 

Zero Hedge Wall of Worry: The 50 Ugliest Facts About the US ECONomy

17 Jul

If you were thinking we were in a ‘recovery’ you might want to take a look at this list from Tyler Durden* over at Zero Hedge… Take a close look at this list: 40% of Americans working in low wage jobs – and another one worth noting for those learning about the banks here; take […]

 

MyBudget360: Sticking it to Small Business

17 Jul

How’s it looking for the not – too – big – to – fail companies; What’s the reality for small business? Here’s MyBudget360′s latest report: Sticking it to small business – Small firms charged an average of $3,224 per month of business expenses on credit cards. Yanking the credit card from small business. $40 billion […]

 

Only Fair: If Bankers Get Attorneys Fees, Why not Homeowners who win? Mandelman Hits The Nail on the Head, as We’ve Come to Expect.

17 Jul

Oh really? Only fair… Bankers’ Association whining over the idea of having to pay attorney’s fees when they LOSE in court. Really? no, really… BANKERS: Count on them to be petty and offensive, every single time. from Mandelman Matters by Mandelman Okay bankers… I wanted to go to bed, really I did.  And I was […]