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    Man, I'm glad mine is paid for and I have the paperwork!
    CROOKS are everywhere, and the regulators knew NOTHING about it, surely?
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    you don't suppose...
    the financial services industry ran the market up to try and cover for this upcoming mortgage mess....
    nah.... conspiracy theory!
    It's a Bull market- and election cycle- buy, buy, buy!

    Sept 20 and counting...

    Goldman sued by SEC
    April 16 to May 6 = 21 days
    New York Times article
    "Europe's Web of Debt" May 1

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    Going Viral, place your bets:



    Think he's a little much?
    see this..... from 2006



    In the EU, Dec 7th is "Banker Mutiny" day.
    Will there be sufficient paper currency reserves if this migrates to the US?
    (http://www.tsptalk.com/mb/showpost.p...&postcount=264)

    http://www.zerohedge.com/article/man...lls-europeans-


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    Quote Originally Posted by crws View Post
    Think he's a little much?
    see this..... from 2006...

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    round and round she goes, where she stops...
    Is Bank Of America WikiLeaks’ Next Target?

    only the market knows?


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    I hope someone looks into when this guy trades the stock market and when he releases info..............................

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    Quote Originally Posted by Intrepid_Trader View Post
    I hope someone looks into when this guy trades the stock market and when he releases info..............................
    How could BofA LOOSE a hard drive full of data??? From an Exec?
    Truly amazing.

    Now an eagle-eyed reader has sent me a link to a quote from a Computer World interview
    with Assange from October of 2009, which, if true, may contain a clue to that bank’s identity:

    “At the moment, for example, we are sitting on five gigabytes from Bank of America,
    one of the executive’s hard drives,” he said. “Now how do we present that? It’s a difficult problem.
    We could just dump it all into one giant Zip file, but we know for a fact that has limited impact.
    To have impact, it needs to be easy for people to dive in and search it and get something out of it.”

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    Ally Bank's Straight Talk Is Crooked

    When we last wrote about Ally, we noted how the company promised it "won't deal in half-truths, kindatruths, or truths only buried in fine print.
    That's because we don't have anything to hide. We're always going to give it to you straight."

    Two years later, Ally continues to promote honesty and straight talk while still on the taxpayers' dime.

    Just like Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner, who calls those not paying their mortgages "responsible homeowners" or President Obama,
    whose administration adamantly holds forth that "gamblers playing with other people's money" caused the economic collapse, the ads require a willing suspension of objective reality.

    Dump 'em & go local.
    one caveat: I do agree with Obama's statement

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    a couple hundred more reasons why .gov won't let BofA fail...


    -they'd have to switch banks!


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    Financial markets need increased lending, buyout activity, and underwriting to keep forging ahead. Therefore, it only makes sense for the financials to lead the market.

    Generally still bullish with good breakouts in 2013. XLF looks stronger than KRE most likely due to that fact that TBTF are in a better position to reap the benefits of a zero interest rate policy.

    XLF includes all the too big to fails.
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    KRE tracks regional banks.
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    I had the good fortune back in the day to purchase many toxic financials for both myself and my daughter. They are now part of our core holdings. It took much courage and a willingness to throw money away - but I have no regrets. Now if I can be as successful with my coal holdings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Birchtree View Post
    I had the good fortune back in the day to purchase many toxic financials for both myself and my daughter. They are now part of our core holdings. It took much courage and a willingness to throw money away - but I have no regrets. Now if I can be as successful with my coal holdings.
    Me too... picked up BAC, JPM, C, WFC , KEY and HBAN at their lows and now they are blooming. Picked up a few more BTU this morning at $18.50 and I expect to see it bloom in a year or two as well. Coal consumption in the USA might level off or go down, however, the emerging economies like China and India are going to need it. The five largest coal users - China, USA, India, Russia and Japan - account for 76% of total global coal use. According to the IEA Clean Coal Centre, there are over 2300 coal-fired power stations worldwide (7000 individual units). Approximately 620 of these power stations are in China. With BTU being the 3rd largest coal producing company in the world, I think it's a decent intermediate/long term investment.

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