Ralph Nader's fight against the U.S. government over Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac has been a godsend to big investors like Perry Capital and Fairholme Funds, which have made a killing investing in the government sponsored enterprises.
The Obama Administration is unlikely to try and settle shareholder lawsuits over Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, notwithstanding the potential for continued embarrassing revelations that could inflict political damage on the President, argues Ralph Nader.
Ralph Nader elaborates on his fight with the U.S. government on behalf of shareholders in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Ocwen Financial Corp. shares posted gains Wednesday after a regulator that appeared to be targeting the mortgage servicer went after its chief rival, Nationstar Mortgage Holdings.
Have you heard the one about Robert Duncan, the 'pot shop worker' who is going to prison for two years for selling medical Marijuana in California?
Getting the green, getting in between.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac shareholder Fairholme Funds wrote a letter to the boards of directors of both companies Feb. 28 asking them to protect the interests of shareholders.
Plaintiffs who are shareholders in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac plan to look at whether the FDIC received inside information from the Treasury Department before selling most of their preferred shares in the Government Sponsored Enterprises.
Has Colorado's reckless decriminalization of marijuana opened the floodgates to extortion, kidnapping, drug cartels, and all kinds of chaos and iniquity? Well, no, but that won't stop an old drug warrior from trying to scare you.
The Mexican government's bust of Sinaloa cartel chief 'El Chapo' shows why its economy still trails hopelessly behind that of the U.S., which allows JPMorgan Chase and Goldman Sachs free rein.