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  • baecorine baecorine Sep 6, 2012 4:42 PM Flag

    Crisis is good!

    We need more crisis so the markets can go to all time highs. Who would have thought that all you need to do is go deep in debt so central banks can print money to make stocks and bonds soar? Where was this brain trust back in 2008? All they had to do was print money to avoid the financial collapse, right? Then again, that was engineered to rob the public, Wall Street never lost a dime in pay or bonuses, did they?

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    • this is something similiar to have trillion on debt and keep on going ..nothing new .. when big people get hurt in stocks then give more .. stocks are for rich... all they are doing is making rich richer ..... poor and middle class don't buy stocks.. don't worry the bubble will be bust in coming years not now... the reason for the bust will be "poor gov't policies which gave excessive money to banks , who became irresponsible in gambling on stock market"....

      • 1 Reply to pathania
      • Gambling with too much leveraged money is like driving drunken.
        Just one mistake could ruin the all savings from taxi fees and even some lives.

        But, hey, low risk & high return mix is too fascinating to reject.
        If you hit the jackpot you got big bonuses, you lose them all ... you just lose your job at best.
        Why don't they take maximum risk ?
        And when everybody got bust like last time, BB is gonna print.

        Perfecto. ~~~

        I am sick and tired of that moral hazard.
        I am sorry but, USA is almost done.

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