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danieljtimothyhogan 28 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 10, 2009 6:51 PM Member since: Oct 10, 2008
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  • danieljtimothyhogan danieljtimothyhogan Jul 10, 2009 6:51 PM Flag

    Just because some angry worked to death peasants set fire to one site doesn't mean the sky is falling. I'll bet this trades sideways....so I wanted to cash out just incase of a scare. This AAC has a condo . It's almost complete. They will show a nice profit for a small co.

  • danieljtimothyhogan by danieljtimothyhogan Jul 10, 2009 6:47 PM Flag

    AAC Report 9-Jul-09 07:40 pm Mira, Portugal – 08-07-2009 – SADIF Investment Analytics, today announced the release of a new summary due diligence report covering Ableauctions.com, Inc. (aac). The report utilizes SADIF's powerful StockMarks™ stock rating system and is required reading for any current or potential Ableauctions.com, Inc. investor.

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  • This is the bank of treason. I'd like toss a rock through one of it's windows to get some of my money back.

  • danieljtimothyhogan danieljtimothyhogan Jun 21, 2009 5:55 PM Flag

    Count spendula & his corporate sponsored control freaks, are setting up an ACORN office in Iran. This way the gov't can fund voter fraud & get away with it. They will be picking up bus loads of vagrants offering them food & money for votes. They will even register dead people. They won't stop till they've influenced numerous people to vote 2 & 3 times each. Just like America. They can go around spending money that isn't theirs on the special interest groups. They should have a gay pride month, allow cuba to dump it's undesirables. They can take in millions of Mexicans & hand them free educations & social services. They can fund single minority mothers money for every extra gang member they pump out .They can allow more terrorists to come & get free educations n business loans ( more student visas than ever) they should follow our example & not listen to the people at all. Privatize the profits & nationalize the expenses. They need to increase outsourcing & freetrading, so their business exec buddies can reap higher profits. If you keep the people poor enough , it's easier to control them.

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    Get out the mkt is emploding

    by mktyoda Jun 17, 2009 10:53 AM
    danieljtimothyhogan danieljtimothyhogan Jun 17, 2009 7:52 PM Flag

    Both parties are bought & paid for by the same multi billion dollar corporations. Perhaps people will look at independents like. Huckaby. Ye I know he's religious however, he's honest & addresses these issues. We ended up voting for two Senator incumbents from the same botched system.

  • danieljtimothyhogan danieljtimothyhogan Jun 17, 2009 7:48 PM Flag

    Nobody is even bringing up outsourcing & freetrading Americas jobs. I guess the American people don't matter, just the corporations who pay lobbyists kickbacks.
    We are in for a rude awakening. We the people are now unemployed or underemployed. We wont be standing in lines to get their loans anytime soon

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    BAC invested taxpayer$ in China

    by mktyoda Jun 17, 2009 10:55 AM
    danieljtimothyhogan danieljtimothyhogan Jun 17, 2009 7:45 PM Flag

    Now that's self centered Wallstreet banking! I guess they will privatize the profits. ( through bonuses,perks & stock options) however, they will be more than eager to nationalize their debts. I agree with the treason concept. Everybody should throw a rock through the windows with messages on them. Hows the Chinese construction going 4 ya! do we the tax payers get in on any profits?

  • danieljtimothyhogan danieljtimothyhogan Apr 8, 2009 5:42 PM Flag

    Not to worry , they will sneak the extra money out as a treasonous China trade / or ceo cfo compensation. The facts are management loots the bank too much & it can't make money. Any more bail out $ ? desperately needed here

  • danieljtimothyhogan by danieljtimothyhogan Mar 24, 2009 12:04 PM Flag

    I was a BOK customer, called their # checked my account total( sure enough , just enough left). It was a tight month. I needed 30.00 cash & my receipt showed that a I had a couple dollars left. The next day they totaled up 3 26.00 over draft fees. Their excuse is, they don't show all the transactions till they process them. How come my additional electronic transfer didn't count. I sent 50 more over & it doesn't count. They just wanted to " screw" me out of 78.00. Bank of Oklahoma "now" manipulates their accounting times in order to process more over draft fees. I have a bank receipt showing , I had positive money in my account after my last withdraw. I'm still getting 3 overdrafts charged to my account. They are crooks! Greedy ! crooks!

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    AIG should get bonuses

    by pserafi3 Mar 21, 2009 8:16 AM
    danieljtimothyhogan danieljtimothyhogan Mar 23, 2009 9:58 PM Flag

    How come they don't mention the x mas bonuses? These guys already had a nice fat x mas stocking stuffer.
    Here's some old news to remind you what I've been complaining about since day 1. This is during the 1st bailout.
    Less than a week after the federal government offered an $85 billion bailout to insurance giant AIG, the company held a week-long retreat for its executives at the luxury St. Regis Resort in Monarch Beach, Calif., running up a tab of $440,000.

    The executives spent $200,000 for rooms,$150,000 for meals and $23,000 for the spa.

    "Less than a week after the taxpayers rescued AIG, company executives could be found wining and dining at one of the most exclusive resorts in the nation," Waxman said. "We will ask whether any of this makes sense. "

    We dare to ask the company's executives about their multimillion-dollar pay packages -- some of which they continue to receive -- as well as who bears responsibility for the company's high-risk investment portfolio, which led to its near collapse.

    "They were getting their manicures, their pedicures, massages, their facials while the American people were paying their bills,"
    the executive retreat at the Monarch Resort.

    Documents show that as the company's risky investments began to implode, the company altered its generous executive pay plan to pay out regardless of such losses.
    AIG lost over $5 billion in the last quarter of 2007 due its risky financial products division, Yet in March 2008, when the company's compensation committee met to award bonuses, Chief Executive Martin Sullivan urged the committee to ignore those losses, which should have slashed bonuses.

    But the board agreed to ignore the losses from the financial products division and gave Sullivan a cash bonus of over $5 million. The board also approved a new compensation contract for Sullivan that gave him a golden parachute of $15 million.

    Joseph Cassano, the executive in charge of the company's troubled financial products division, received more than $280 million over the last eight years. Even after he was terminated in February as his investments turned sour, the company allowed him to keep up to $34 million in unvested bonuses and put him on a $1 million-a-month retainer. He continues to receive $1 million a month.
    To the executives' defense that the troubles in the business had to do with larger economic forces and not their own bad decisions.
    When a former AIG auditor, Joseph St. Denis, expressed concerns, Cassano told him "I have deliberately excluded you from the valuation ... because I was concerned that you would pollute the process".

    St. Denis resigned in protest.

    PricewaterhouseCoopers, AIG's auditor, told the company in March 2008 that the "root cause" of AIG's problems was that people assessing risk did not have enough access to the financial products division, where the risky investments originated. Sullivan had deliberately misled investors.

    On Dec. 5, 2007, Sullivan expressed confidence to investors. But a week before, PricewaterhouseCoopers warned Sullivan that the company "could have a material weakness relating to these area," committee members said. m

  • Reply to

    CNBC whores for GE stock

    by tpdcoin Mar 12, 2009 12:35 PM
    danieljtimothyhogan danieljtimothyhogan Mar 12, 2009 12:57 PM Flag

    Obama = 3.8 trillion in PORK SPENDING! we will be borrowing roughly 2 Trilion from communist China. The interest alone will be astronomical. They are mortgaging our future. Both parties are bought & paid for by lobbyist's bribes. We the people cant compete w/ global corps. All of the money goes to the top & they are foolishly pillaging our future.
    I was hoping he'd try some change however, he's more of the same on a higher spending level.
    p.s. don't invest in the markets. Nothing is being fixed. Our idiotic gov't should have re-instated the Glass Stegal act(enable's commercial banks to be wallstreet corrupt banks w/ no regulation, reversed several loose loan laws in the CRA bill, enforced reg-sho proposals in their precious mkt & get a handle on lobbyists bribes in Washington. BEFORE SPENDING A DIME!!!!!!!

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    WHY DO PEOPLE HAVE ACCOUNTS in BAILOUT BANKS?

    by moredebt Mar 12, 2009 11:16 AM
    danieljtimothyhogan danieljtimothyhogan Mar 12, 2009 12:54 PM Flag

    Obama = 3.8 trillion in PORK SPENDING! we will be borrowing roughly 2 Trilion from communist China. The interest alone will be astronomical. They are mortgaging our future. Both parties are bought & paid for by lobbyist's bribes. We the people cant compete w/ global corps. All of the money goes to the top & they are foolishly pillaging our future.
    I was hoping he'd try some change however, he's more of the same on a higher spending level.
    p.s. don't invest in the markets. Nothing is being fixed. Our idiotic gov't should have re-instated the Glass Stegal act(enable's commercial banks to be wallstreet corrupt banks w/ no regulation, reversed several loose loan laws in the CRA bill, enforced reg-sho proposals in their precious mkt & get a handle on lobbyists bribes in Washington. BEFORE SPENDING A DIME!!!!!!!!!!11

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    Stockguy is a complete fraud,

    by iluvamuffin Mar 11, 2009 12:45 PM
    danieljtimothyhogan danieljtimothyhogan Mar 11, 2009 1:43 PM Flag

    I wouldn't waste my time with the SEC. They send canned answers. They never show up at work anyway. They are useless. Don't buy stocks till they get someone to enforce some rules. Reg sho for starters. Start weeding out these yahoo finance basher scams.

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    Mirror is best way to spot a socialist

    by azalphainvestor Oct 28, 2008 12:24 PM
    danieljtimothyhogan danieljtimothyhogan Oct 28, 2008 12:35 PM Flag

    I've had enough of Wallstreet thugs! Nobody ever arrests them , they bail them out!
    Ten percent of $700 rescue package may go to bonuses
    Posted Oct 19th 2008 8:40AM by Douglas McIntyre
    Filed under: Management, Industry, Morgan Stanley (MS)

    Wall Street walked into the path of its own oncoming stupidity. Of the $700 billion in Treasury rescue money, as much as $70 billion could go to bank and brokerage bonuses.

    According to The Guardian, "Financial workers at Wall Street's top banks are to receive pay deals worth more than $70bn (£40bn), a substantial proportion of which is expected to be paid in discretionary bonuses, for their work so far this year." The paper goes on to say that the Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) pool is large enough to buy the entire company when its stock was at a recent low.

    Although this information get filed under "things you can't make up," it will probably have such a severe backlash that Congress will run hearings until the bankers have exhausted the extra money they are making on legal fees.

    The contrary argument to punishing the firms is that some of the people getting big pay-outs work in departments that actually contributed huge sums of money to their parents.

    If the management at these firms has any sense at all, they will pay nothing to the staff who worked in operations that lost money and file with the SEC to show the amount of operating income made from the operations where people are getting an extra check.

    There will be hell to pay either way. The money is being thrown into the existing bucket with all the holes in it. Nobody has been put in jail. The Glass Stegal act was not put back in place either

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    I TOLD YOU IDIOTS THIS WAS GOING TO 15

    by imure_skank Oct 10, 2008 8:05 PM
    danieljtimothyhogan danieljtimothyhogan Oct 27, 2008 1:49 PM Flag

    Neuberger & Royce are selling ..wonder why? They are the ones who pumped it on other boards

  • Reply to

    Hey Bell! Recession-proof, Huh

    by imure_skank Oct 24, 2008 10:06 AM
    danieljtimothyhogan danieljtimothyhogan Oct 27, 2008 1:48 PM Flag

    The buyers here are just props. Check out real time 100 shares & 200 shares in the 17's
    The closest thing to a real buyer is 1200 at 15. When it hits 15 again maybe someone will place an order

  • Reply to

    Hey Bell! Recession-proof, Huh

    by imure_skank Oct 24, 2008 10:06 AM
    danieljtimothyhogan danieljtimothyhogan Oct 27, 2008 1:44 PM Flag

    rba rec'd by Raymond James & Rayomns James is going bk. That ought to attract investors

  • danieljtimothyhogan danieljtimothyhogan Oct 24, 2008 5:19 PM Flag

    Our govt no longer represents it's people . It's more like a rich buddy fail safe system

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    HOLD.. Don't sell here! Stay Above a Buck!

    by sky_s_clear Oct 24, 2008 9:38 AM
    danieljtimothyhogan danieljtimothyhogan Oct 24, 2008 5:17 PM Flag

    We just handed Aig billions & they handed the crooks who ran the system in the ground huge severence packages. If nobody is going to jail , we should have the right to drag them through the streets behind our cars. This govt doesn't reflect a democracy , more like arich buddy fail safe system (at everybody elses expense)

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    Joe the plumber as new head of the SEC:

    by djackson5757 Oct 24, 2008 12:53 PM
    danieljtimothyhogan danieljtimothyhogan Oct 24, 2008 5:15 PM Flag

    We just handed Aig billions & they handed the crooks who ran the system in the ground huge severence packages. If nobody is going to jail , we should have the right to drag them through the streets behind our cars.

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