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Coming to a Theater Near You?

Back in April the Sun Sentinel news in Ft. Lauderdale, ran an investigative series titled Bad-Neighbor Banks, which focused on the side effects of the South Florida foreclosure crisis.  The article describes how some of “the world’s biggest banks” have left vacant homes to literally rot away. In Florida the problem is magnified by the … Continue reading

Humor: The Only Thing We Have to Fear…

A little Holiday/Friday humor from the Onion, perhaps my all time favorite. http://www.theonion.com/articles/mar-5-1933,10640/

“It’s Europe, Stupid”

Market Outlook for week of September 5, 2011 (This article is available at SafeHaven.com) During the 1992 Presidential Campaign, Clinton Advisor and political strategist James Carville kept the focus of the campaign with the iconic phrase “It’s the Economy, Stupid.” Someone needs to remind today’s mainstream press that this summer’s issues in the financial markets … Continue reading

Other Voices: Doug Noland- Lehman Moment

For years, Doug Noland’s weekly Credit Bubble Bulletin over at Prudent Bear.com has been  a must read.  This week’s installment,  Lehman Moment is no exception (the commentary comes near the end of the Bulletin, scroll down to locate). Noland draws out the parallels between the Lehman and Greece situations, noting that these two entity’s are … Continue reading

Professor Plum, With the Revolver, in the Library: Who Caused the Financial Crisis and How Did They Do It?

Right up until that fateful week in September of 2008 when Lehman Brothers, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac,Merrill Lynch and AIG all imploded; most media, government and financial professionals, either could not, or would not acknowledge the economic disaster that was unfolding before their eyes. Of course, now that the horse has escaped the barn, these … Continue reading

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