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  • escarigo70 escarigo70 Jan 20, 2013 11:22 AM Flag

    The theory of the hedge funds conscipirancy.

    Europe is trying to create the tax robin wood, i believe that is tax per trade that you made, but that is not very sucessufl to aply in the usa,from 1980 the number of daytraders have incrased in the usa, many hedge funds have been created, with the crisis of the housing bublle, the printed Money save many hedge funds, what gave the hedge funds in return to the action of the government save them from the buble housing, some have collapsed but many are well organized and save the Money for its clientes, now the governement is printing Money and figth for the deficite, but the problems of who won Money with the rescue of some big banks and did not disapear, gave to the financial market agentes that are specialized in geting Money with the us financial politics, i believe that the FED must analyse how to cut this financial parasite that is killing the usa economy, i believe that many hedge funds had been created, for someone who have Money puting Money in hedge funds is good, but the situation of american economy is that the governement is taxing all sectors of the economy, but who survived to the housing buble and was safe by the governement still there taking Money making schemes to avoid taxes, and who pay is a few of the american economy the rest is creting schemes to get more Money they could pay taxes but are they good for the american economy? I belive the financial economy needs a revision for what is good and what is not good, to destroy this kind of indesiable financial cancer, is know how they get the Money, how they profit, how they pay taxes, and the most important thing are they destroying or not destroying the economy, and then act.

 
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