Yes, It is free money for those who play the stock market and grab a piece of it.
Yes, it is free money, for Banks that sell their krap to the Fed.
Yes, it is free money for the Wall street hedge funds.
Those who cannot grab it, can be called the 'muggles'. They are the ones paying us.
Oh, I love Harry Potter movies.
All the TEMP hires have been given the boot. Unemployment is gonna rise. That is the bad news for the people. Good news for the FED and the Wall Street.
Yes. The FED is putting an $85 billion band-aid over a cancer every month. Either they will run out of band aid or the cancer explodes.
Not sure which one will happen first.
For now, the band-aid wins.
The joke is, foreigners are buying our 'paper goods' thinking that it is more valuable. They are the real fools.
Yep. We are in a financial Disneyland. The magic begins; Dreams come true;
Fed buying another $85 billion worth of banks' krap;
buy, buy, buy.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
When the attorneys swamp a company it is sign that they want to grab your money. You join their lawsuit and they will give you 2 cents on the dollar.
Rather, but the EW stock now. You will be rewarded amply.
On line statements in lieu of paper statements. All banks are fraudulent in my opinion. They do not want to save the environment; they want to screw the unsuspecting customers.
Sun Trust screwed me twice. They stopped waiving the ATM fee and sent an obscure e-mail. I was swiped by the ATM machine as well as Suntrust.
Again, they sent an obscure e-mail regarding my business account and started taking out $10 a month as maintenance fee till they sucked the entire amount.
If you want to get screwed, then sign up. If you want to be smart, then insist on paper statement. A two page paper statement is not going to kill the environment. You can plant a couple of trees each year by saving money watching your accounts with paper statements.
They make money by screwing people. By signing them up for features that they do not want.
Then they bribe the government to allow the fraud to continue.
If they are caught, then they pay a few million in fines. Then move on to the next fraudulent scheme.
At&T, or BAC or JPM --- the modus operandi is same.