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Showing posts with label bail out. Show all posts
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Thursday, November 19, 2015

Brother can you spare $106,000?

One longstanding mantra in the investment world has always been, buy on rumor, sell on news.  But thanks to social media, and a 24 hour a day business news cycle, this paradigm has gone much further than ever before, and where the media has become the platform for stock manipulation created on many levels.
We can recall a few months ago how weight watchers stock soared in the aftermath of an announcement that billionaire media mogul Oprah Winfrey had purchased a stake in the company, despite the fact that the fundamentals for the company had not changed.  And in a unique instance of speculation gone wrong this week, a short seller of a bio-tech company was suddenly crushed simply because an infamous name in the investment community stepped in to buy half the company he was shorting, and it has led to a margin call of extreme proportions.

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Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Yes Virginia, contrary to ECB rhetoric there will be a Greek depositor bail-in

After Greece changed course back in July and accepted the Troika’s demands for austerity measures to receive a new bail-out, the assumption was that only bond holders would be subject to any sort of risk that might see their securities decline, or perhaps even fall to zero.  Yet as one knows in the financial industry, and in the case of central bank policies, you can never fall asleep believing that your money is ever safe.
According to EU legislation that is in line with January’s G20 resolution, and is similar to Section II of America’s Dodd-Frank laws, starting on Jan. 1 any and all bank deposits within Greece (and the rest of the Eurozone) can and will be subject to confiscation and bail-ins to re-capitalize their banking systems.  And with these banks having already seen over $100 billion removed by depositors prior to the Greek bank holiday, it is fair to assume that these banks are already close to insolvent, and won’t be waiting long to allocate the people’s deposits towards funding their own deficiencies.

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Saturday, August 15, 2015

Depostors bank account’s are now eligible to pay Goldman Sach’s bonuses when the bail-in comes

Back in 2008, the public went wild over the government’s use of taxpayer money to bail out insolvent banks who had speculated and lost during the Housing Bubble bull market.  But even this was not as critical as the rage the American people felt when these same banks gave their executives massive bonuses based on capital received from that bail out.
And now seven years later, one of the major culprits who should have gone the way of the dodo bird is setting up to one day fleece the American people once again, only this time it will be under the auspices of the now infamous Dodd-Frank legislation that allows for depositor bail-ins during a monetary or banking crisis.
That culprit is none other than Goldman Sachs, who on Aug. 13 just added commercial banking to their repertoire by acquiring GE Capital Bank (“GECB”), and their $8 billion of online deposits.

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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Soros lies in press to vilify Russia calling for IMF to fund Europe in economic war

Former Nazi collaborator and billionaire George Soros took the unprecedented move to pen an op-ed charging Russia with economic warfare against the European Union, and calling for the IMF to fund the EU against what Soros implies is ‘a Russian attack on Ukraine that is indirectly an attack on the European Union and its principles of governance.’



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Thursday, October 20, 2011

Value Investors Club issues a terminal short recommendation on Bank of America

Value Investors Club, or VIC for short, has come to the resounding conclusion that Bank of America is a terminal cancer patient, and offers up the following recommendation for the stock.

Terminal short the stuffing out of it.

The thesis summary is rather self-explanatory: "Bank Of America equity is worthless. CFC-related litigation is going from bad to worse, it can lead to violent erosion of shareholders' equity which. Combined with the run on the bank that has slowly begun, the $53 trillion in derivatives, the lack of sustainable competitive advantages and the depleting political influence, I believe this is a terminal short." - Zerohedge
Since Bank of America is expecting the Fed, FDIC and Taxpayers to soon bail out the dying giant, perhaps this recommendation is only fair for the public to get their pound of flesh before the too big to fail institution robs them blind.