NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Happy new year Five Dumbest fans, and may the coming year be as inane as the last one!
Yes, it's time to start looking ahead to 2012 and all the foolish wonders it will bring. To be honest, with all the unknowns still hanging over the market, we won't have to skip a beat when we crack open the new calendar.
Lucky for us, there is still a ton of unresolved stupidity out there, like whether Research In Motion or Netflix will still exist by the end of the year. Or, for that matter, if Europe will still be around.
And what will become of our good friend Jon Corzine in 2012? Will he catch the thieves that stole MF Global's millions? And what about Bank of America's Brian Moynihan? Will that poor guy ever catch a break?Oh man! It's going to be a great year indeed! Still, before we officially close the books on 2011, we here at the Five Dumbest Lab would like to take one last look back at all the craziness that brought us to this point. And please, be sure to take the poll at the end of the story so we can get a consensus on which of these stories our faithful readers deemed the dumbest of the dumb in the past year. So without further ado, here's our list of the Ten Dumbest Things On Wall Street in 2011. See you next year.
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