Tag: bailout

Will The Bank Stocks Soar?

| March 25, 2009 | 0 Comments

We all remember what happened the last time Treasury Secretary Geithner presented a bailout plan for the banks.  The Dow plunged 380 points.  It was a brutal, month long, downtrend to decade old lows. Before it was all over, the blue chip index had come within spitting distance of 6,500 and lost 21% of its […]

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China’s Economic Crisis

| November 10, 2008 | 0 Comments

This morning we awoke to an economic giant flexing its muscles.  The Chinese government decided to pump additional stimulus into their economy . . . $4 trillion Yuan worth. That’s about $586 billion US Dollars. They say they’re doing it to help the world, but everyone knows that’s a lie. The real reason they’re spending […]

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Bailout Impacts Taxpayers And Shareholders

| September 8, 2008 | 0 Comments

It’s all over the news.  BAILOUT!  Mortgage giant’s Fannie Mae (FNM) and Freddie Mac (FRE) have been taken over by the Federal Government.  I actually think the proper phrase is “placed in a government conservatorship”.  Whatever the words are – the result’s the same. The US Federal Government is now the nation’s largest mortgage lender. […]

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