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If a sector at 'low tide' can have a 12-year rising trend behind it, imagine where it will go when the tide finally comes in.
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The con has already gone down and currencies are effectively worthless. All that remains is for the chumps to realize they've been had.
Contrary to what we're told, the crisis is in revenue, not spending.
In 2007, all the ratings agencies were reading from the same script, written by the Fed.
'No money down' and 'home equity' are just another way the banks are enslaving people who want to own a home.