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Entries by Reggie Middleton from 03/2010

The Uncosted Rewards of Bankers' Bonuses

| Posted 03.11.2010 | Business

Main Street is absolutely flabbergasted that bankers do not understand the core issues of this bonus question. Allow me to clearly outline the problem and propose a solution.

Reality Check for Bank Investors, Mortgage Investors and Home Buyers

| Posted 03.12.2010 | Business

Last week I posted a Bloomberg news article supporting my suspicions that investors are putting bad loans back to the banks at an increasing rate. I...

Smoking Guns Are Beginning to Litter EuroLand, Sovereign Debt Buyer Beware!

| Posted 03.12.2010 | World

There are broad indications hinting that Italy and Greece are not the only countries that have used SWAP agreements to manipulate its budget ...

The Depression is Already Here for Some Members of Europe, and It Just Might Be Contagious!

| Posted 03.12.2010 | World

This is the 2nd to last installment in my Pan-European Sovereign Debt Crisis series. After covering western and southern Europe, we are moving eastwa...

It's Official: The US Housing Downturn Has Resumed in Earnest

| Posted 03.12.2010 | Business

The year 2009 was the year of reflation theories and bubble blowing. Theses of "Green Shoots", catching the bottom, and QE reigning supreme...

Lehman Brothers Dies While Getting Away With Murder: Regulatory Capture

| Posted 03.12.2010 | Business

Let's get something straight right off the bat. We all know there is a certain level of fraud sleight of hand in the financial industry. I have calle...

Amid a Depression and Linked Heavily into Western Europe, Latvia's Government Collapses Today!

| Posted 03.19.2010 | World

The economic contagion in Latvia will be transmitted as both financial and economic contagion to the wealthier western countries that have large economic claims on Latvia and do trade with them.

Lies, Damn Lies, and Sovereign Truths: Why the Euro Is Destined to Collapse!

| Posted 03.24.2010 | World
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Well, its officia. Greece, a member of the European Union, will probably join the ranks of countries like Latvia, Iceland, the Ukraine, and a bevy of third world and emerging market countries in distress from the (not very) esteemed club of IMF financial aid recipients.