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Marginal Investment - Voting in a Republican
Best Investment - Never trusting a Politician
We no longer have free market capitalism and we no longer have a democracy!
We have Crony capitalism!
Koch brothers vision for America!
Here's a Wall Street story for us... future financiers...
"While college freshman Mike Deng lay brain dead after a hazing ritual gone wrong last weekend, his Pi Delta Psi "big brother" made a call from the hospital — telling others to get rid of anything that would identify them as fraternity members, court documents allege. The apparent coverup attempt was detailed in a search warrant affidavit filed by police, who ultimately seized a heap of frat regalia, along with suspected marijuana, hallucinogenic mushrooms and paddles, from a house in the Poconos rented by the New York City students. That's where, they say, Deng was repeatedly tackled running a gauntlet blindfolded and carrying a sand-filled backpack in the freezing dark during a fraternity gathering. The papers say that the three Baruch College students who finally took Deng, 19, to the hospital early Sunday — more than an hour after he was knocked unconscious — initially claimed the finance major was wrestling in the snow, fell backward and hit his head."
This is like... Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and JP Morgan Chase-level future character and ethics behavior.
AND YOU KNOW IT IS INEVITABLE!!!!!
I FEAR THAT THE REAL DANGER IS NEVER FINDING OUT HOW MANY LIES HE HAS REALLY TOLD!!!!!!!!!
"The fact that we are here today to debate raising America's debt limit is a sign of leadership failure. It is a sign that the US Government cannot pay its own bills. It is a sign that we now depend on ongoing financial assistance from foreign countries to finance our Government's reckless fiscal policies. Increasing America's debt weakens us domestically and internationally. Leadership means that, 'the buck stops here.' Instead, Washington is shifting the burden of bad choices today onto the backs of our children and grandchildren. America has a debt problem and a failure of leadership. Americans deserve better."
~ Senator Barack H. Obama, March 2006
"Nine of every 10 stocks in the S&P 500 Index () are set to end the year in positive territory."
Brad MacMillan, Chief Investment Officer for Commonwealth Financial: "... once you get disconnect from the fundamentals, you can drift as high as you want."
Proved to be the year those in the know, knew how to make money the old fashion way..
Take from the poor and give to the rich.
Wait I said that wrong, But that's what happened. The Rich got richer and the Poor got poorer..
Now you explain it to me.. "No one" and I say "No one" ever expected the Dow to ever reach the heights it has for 2013..
How did it happen?
Did we get fleeced when we bailed out Wall Street?
Who did go to jail for illegal lending practices?
How could a Democratic President allow a Republican controlled Wall Street to control the Bond Market?
How long will China allow the U.S. to continue to borrow money from them?
How high will the U.S. Deficit climb?
When will our Government stop giving out Unemployment Checks to those out of work for over a year and a half?
How much more can we reduce our workforce and continue a growth in productivity?
How long can a company keep buying back its own stock?
When will the Market Drop substantially and by how much?
These are just of few Questions I have for the upcoming year..
But by God,, What a Ride 2013 was....
Worst, lost my shirt on life size maps investment. I thought it would really take off...
Best, made a little money on Yahoo stock.
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