so........ you don't have an answer smart guy.
my title was poor articulation - your comprehension skills are severely limited
somebody express to me relatively concisely this thought
as more and more capital coagulates into fewer and fewer hands it becomes easier
for same parties to collect/control remainder. this is true of amzn, goog, fb, soro's, buffet, etc.
it's like a whirlpool that just sucks everything at some point into itself, it can't be avoided.
some clever reference to that? the "law(s) of attraction"?
the real question is who're they beholden/slaves to, the IMF or the Russian mob
not sure there's actually much of a difference - which supports your claim.
likely they'll both share the spoils - the people are just collateral excess baggage,
not unlike America..................... it's all just GAAP!!!!!!
BINGfawwkingGOOOOOOOOOOOOOO, be nice to see pullback to 1835
though that might be a bit much for the enthusiasm I see. Ukraine remains a
ridiculous wildcard. regard crimea as Russia and Ukraine not
whether that's been agreed to.................?
IMF is literally salivating and America owns ~23%~ of that debt
disturbing "they" can't find any money to spend in our own country, but that's the way it is
As we know, there are known knowns. There are known unknowns; that is to say, there are things that we now know we don't know. But there are also unknown unknowns – there are things we do not know we don't know. —Donald Rumsfeld
now that's brilliance and clearly leadership qualified.
wonder what Donnie's doing these days, opportunity knocking!!
somebody get #$%$ on the fauxn, pronto.............
gle al this rubbish
no worries, it's a good question and we now have a rough idea
Russia has moved into 8th position in the list of holder of US Public debt according to Russia’s Finance magazine. Russian holdings of U.S. Public debt total $65.3 Billion, or approximately 2.5% of American Public debt.
used to be a millionaire was an achievement now less than 10million, meh!!
of course I don't make the cut in the new world
Reuters) - Forbes's 2013 list of the world's richest people includes 1,426 billionaires, a record number, with a total net worth of $5.4 trillion, up from $4.6 trillion in the previous ranking.
Following are key facts from the ranking.
There are 210 new billionaires from 42 countries, including 27 from the United States. The average net worth of those on full list has risen to $3.8 billion from $3.7 billion. Sixty people have dropped off the list and eight have died.
yep, you got it exactly correct!!
geeezus that man was something to watch, most beautiful fluid consecutive
beating I have ever seen somebody give 'them". he took their breakfast, lunch and dinner
in about 4 hours. truly a magnificent day that was and he called every shot real time!!
he was trading so hard and so fast nobody could keep up w/ the man.
smart man, straight up, very rare on a yahoo msg board.
you drove the "rally bus" for him didn't you?
been some years now
he'd post photo's of the fish he caught - big bastids
really great guy - nobody could hold a candle to that guy
ran a fireman's pension on the side as well, something like that,................
from dallas or there abouts.
I remember watching him 5 years ago make 250k on this voard in an
afternoon all called and prices paid real time!!
NEVER saw anything like that before - what a glorious day that was.
think I was more excited than he was - DAMN good trader
guys made huge money, well big money sending Freon to mexico
during that fiasco. took me a while to figure out why these guys wanted all
my refrigerators. I'd get them 100 at a time from apartment complexes
made good money on those
America isn't gonna do a damn thing - WAY OUT OF OUR LEAGUE
now the imf, well............they might be able to purchase assets and presumably have been
but........militarily - America sending troops to the ucrane, not in your wildest dreams!!
collateral damage to putin versus obonehead just absurd beyond castration.
America better sit down and put a pot of coffee on the stove
I think I got a handle on it
Current list of primary dealers
As of November 1, 2011, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the list of primary dealers includes:
we can argue semantics but..............
Bank of Nova Scotia, New York Agency
BMO Capital Markets Corp.
BNP Paribas Securities Corp.
Barclays Capital Inc.
Cantor Fitzgerald & Co.
Citigroup Global Markets Inc.
Credit Suisse Securities (USA) LLC
Daiwa Capital Markets America Inc.
Deutsche Bank Securities Inc.
Goldman, Sachs & Co.
HSBC Securities (USA) Inc.
J.P. Morgan Securities LLC
Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Incorporated
Mizuho Securities USA Inc.
Morgan Stanley & Co. LLC
Nomura Securities International, Inc.
RBC Capital Markets, LLC
RBS Securities Inc.
SG Americas Securities, LLC
UBS Securities LLC.
x 12 banks = the banks are the FED
A list of all member banks can be found at the website of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). Most commercial banks in the United States are not members of the Federal Reserve System, but the total value of all the banking assets of member banks is substantially larger than the total value of the banking assets of nonmembers.
"big banks and very likely the FED are in collusion"
by definition the FED is THE BIG BANKS so.........collusion seems redundant, no?