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SHOCKEDAGAIN
Get over it. It's the Shock Doctrine (book)
01:04 AM on 06/20/2013
THE FEDS STAY THE COURSE in drone surveillance too. Here is an article where the head of the FBI says: Yes, we do use Drones to surveil inside the US. -

http://rt.com/usa/fbi-director-mueller-drones-947/
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12:56 AM on 06/20/2013
The bad news is that they can't terminate this global stimulus. The good news is that they wont.
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offshore4life
Living the American Dream
12:55 AM on 06/20/2013
Keep printing that money Bern! What could go wrong?
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yekrap
Clowns to the left of me, Jokers to the right
01:12 AM on 06/20/2013
Only world wide financial meltdown
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chatnuptime1
The Wolf's Den.
01:21 AM on 06/20/2013
Yes where the rich can be poor too. Wouldn't that be a shame?
12:48 AM on 06/20/2013
The free-money party is just about over.
Oginikwe
I think therefore I'm dangerous
12:37 AM on 06/20/2013
The banksters stole all of our homes so now I guess it's time to go after small businesses.
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01:08 AM on 06/20/2013
You never owned the homes.
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chatnuptime1
The Wolf's Den.
01:23 AM on 06/20/2013
They stole nothing. Those homes were never yours. You just least it. It belongs to the bank and always had.
01:41 AM on 06/20/2013
I paid cash for mine so I could rent it from the taxman.
Oginikwe
I think therefore I'm dangerous
10:49 AM on 06/20/2013
"Least" it?   Another uneducated idiot getting five cents a post . . .
12:34 AM on 06/20/2013
Hold on to your seats cause you're in for a rough ride.
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GhostOfFDR
12:38 AM on 06/20/2013
Not as rough as 2007, though.
12:44 AM on 06/20/2013
Who knows?
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SkyWalker52
01:20 AM on 06/20/2013
2008 nearly killed my business, thanks Cheney, but thank GAWD all the bankers survived
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Riverhippy
Someday, Texas will peacefully leave the Union.
12:26 AM on 06/20/2013
We had the .com bubble, then the housing bubble, now the fed bubble.

What's next?
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killerbee256
12:31 AM on 06/20/2013
Student loans.
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chatnuptime1
The Wolf's Den.
01:29 AM on 06/20/2013
Education bubble, Energy Bubble, War bubble, Banking deriviatives market bubbles, Another emergent housing bubble, Heath care bubble, Agriculture bubble. And a Washington payed to obstruct bubble.
12:25 AM on 06/20/2013
Burnyankme says he's going to stop buying stocks. The market tanks. And libbers really think Obama has the market at 14,000? Unreal.
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GhostOfFDR
12:39 AM on 06/20/2013
Bagger doesn't know the difference between stocks and bonds.
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SkyWalker52
01:22 AM on 06/20/2013
ummmm, Cheney started this thing, Obama is rolling with it now too, proving America is run from Tel-Aviv and Manhattan, so sick of the lies.....
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Voogru
The more laws, the less justice.
12:24 AM on 06/20/2013
ICE BERG STRAIGHT AHEAD! FULL POWER!
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4eva
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12:23 AM on 06/20/2013
It's all about punishing savers and herding people into risky investments which get skimmed over and over again.
12:32 AM on 06/20/2013
It's been a good ride. Expect some equilibrium.
kindest regards
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chatnuptime1
The Wolf's Den.
01:34 AM on 06/20/2013
I don't know. Investors were always a bit shy on brains. Derivatives markets are expensive. And not well thought out. But they do tend to gain quick results even if they are risky. But computer controlled markets are even scarier. Investment buyers don't want that easy money to stop. The sell off's can start a stampede that if left to themselves could hurt rather ten level the markets in a typical correction. I have since gotten out of the market back in 2005. The housing bubble looked bad to me as I saw no reason for those prices and the drivers were no where in the real world. Plus silver was increasing in it's worth by 2006. That is never a good sign in the markets.
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ejhickey2
12:16 AM on 06/20/2013
i heard there is a new soap opera. started today at the NYSE and NASDAQ in New York. it's called "As the Bubble Pops" will be running 5 days a week until the Dow reaches 2008-2009 levels.
12:13 AM on 06/20/2013
The Fed created this mess in 2001-04 and we saw what happened in 07,looks like more pain coming.
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chatnuptime1
The Wolf's Den.
01:38 AM on 06/20/2013
I can't wait. Really. Been expecting it for a long time.
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4eva
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12:10 AM on 06/20/2013
Cheap credit has inflated the markets, and we could be in for a crash landing
http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2013/jun/09/something-nasty-global-banking-no-plan
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Shouterguy
End Corporate Rule - ORGANIZE!
12:04 AM on 06/20/2013
Naw.

We don't need better regulation of trading and restrictions on banks gambling with OUR money.

Naw.

The magic hand (job) of the market will solve all.
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Voogru
The more laws, the less justice.
12:31 AM on 06/20/2013
The problem is that it's regulated.

Would you gamble your life savings at a casino?

Probably not.

Would you gamble your life savings at a casino, if I offered to reimburse you 100% of all of your losses? What incentive would you have to not go all in?

That's all regulation does.

Who wrote those regulations? Why, the banks themselves of course. Welcome to the land of regulatory capture, where every attempt to regulate banks always benefits the banks.

Try to run an honest bank and you'll go to jail.
11:56 PM on 06/19/2013
$9,000,000,000,000 Missing From The Federal Reserve.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SIM8x5wLtR4