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  • wake2345 wake2345 Jul 20, 2013 5:30 PM Flag

    Elizabeth Warren : split "too big to fail" into (1) traditional & (2) risky investment

    Amen ! This split will lead to (1) the conservative traditional banking and (2) the risky investment banking. The risky investment banks will likely be in trouble because of their high leverages. The risky investment banks will unlikely obtain government bailout as in the last financial crisis as they are just casino gamblers.

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    • weren't 2 of those risky banks converted overnight to a different classification in the 2008 crises to allow for a bailout anyways?? what the hell difference does it make??? split into 2 banks for "show"?? when the shtf they will make some kind of excuse to do it again!! it's all just blowing smoke!!

    • """Elizabeth Warren : split "too big to fail" into (1) traditional & (2) risky investment

      Amen ! """

      Amen ?

      Amen ?

      LMAO

      To repeat; if you numbnutz haven't figured out what tricks the Warrens and Bairs
      of the dog and pony show have been performing by now..

      then it is likely you never will

      but keep on "Amen" ing the act

      if it makes you feel good

    • In another thread just up the way from here
      the title referenced blowing smoke up yer ... you know what..

      if you numbnutz haven't figured out what it tricks the Warrens and Bairs
      of the dog and pony show have been performing by now..

      you likely never will

    • Back to Glass-Steagall. The money changers will be angry. Good for America.

      • 1 Reply to orlsdad
      • so simply allow the following fail: GS, BAC, C, and JPM. they have $227 T in risky derivatives on their books and when the free market (Ha) forces interest rates to advance, they will simply fail. Depending upon the counter parties to the trade. Barclays, UBS and RBS already in a world of hurt. Over $400 T worldwide in those risky insturments or 10 times world GDP! simply amazing!

        Let the small and mid sized community backs thrive! The XLF will fall under $10 once again before the end of 2013. over $20 now but still well off the $40 high pre 2007 BANKING Crisis #1.

        Sentiment: Strong Sell

 
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