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Dec 2, 2011 - 8:27pm

bankbank][quote=go.with.the.flow]ive been following this guy for quite sometime check this out <a href=http://www.wallstreetoasis.com/forums/bad-ass-motherfucker[/quote rel=nofollow>http://www.wallstreetoasis.com/forums/bad-ass-motherfucker[/quote</a>:

"quite some time" as in two weeks since the BBC interview came out? hahaha

ok ok

 
Dec 2, 2011 - 7:36pm

[quote=mfoste1]For those who saw Kyle at last years AmeriCatalyst, this will be a good watch as well. Bass analyzes and interprets credit events coming to fruition in the near term with respect to Japan, PIIGS and other nations. It would certainly behoove anyone in finance or economics to watch this.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5V3kpKzd-Yw[/quote]

really interesting video. so much doom and gloom. makes me want to curl up into a ball and cry.

 
Dec 3, 2011 - 2:34am

bankbank][quote=mfoste1]For those who saw Kyle at last years AmeriCatalyst, this will be a good watch as well. Bass analyzes and interprets credit events coming to fruition in the near term with respect to Japan, PIIGS and other nations. It would certainly behoove anyone in finance or economics to watch this.</p> <p><a href=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5V3kpKzd-Yw[/quote rel=nofollow>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5V3kpKzd-Yw[/quote</a>:

really interesting video. so much doom and gloom. makes me want to curl up into a ball and cry.

no doom and gloom....all reality. I saw this shit all the time in undergrad. People including professors who were too fucking lazy to address the problems because their temporal solutions evaded their cranial capacity. I'm so fucking sick of seeing/hearing Keynesians try to propose solutions to the current problems when in fact their right of economics are exactly what got us into this mess. And I can assure you, this is just the beginning for the US.

Austrian economists such as Hayek, Mises, and Rothbard called these bust cycles FAR before they came to light in existence. Just look it up www.Mises.org The Austrian theory of credit and business cycle, which is so poo-poohed by Monetarists and Keynesians has been correct to the T in every credit created malinvestment event which has been a result of the Feds monetary policy.

I'm so fucking sick of the populus thinking that Keynesian economic system is the path to enlightenment and prosperity, when in fact, it is the exact opposite.( unless you are a scumbag, pederast politician). You are being led on by the education system! Do some research.....Ignorance is not bliss my friends. True free markets work, and that is exactly why they do not exist in the US. In the free market, there are no spillover benefits for the politicians and their cronies. In a free market, entrepreneurs have the power, not the government. Government intervention into free markets is the definition of corruption.....America OPEN YOUR FUCKING EYES!

 
Dec 3, 2011 - 3:45am

mfoste1][quote=bankbank:
mfoste1]For those who saw Kyle at last years AmeriCatalyst, this will be a good watch as well. Bass analyzes and interprets credit events coming to fruition in the near term with respect to Japan, PIIGS and other nations. It would certainly behoove anyone in finance or economics to watch this.</p> <p><a href=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5V3kpKzd-Yw[/quote rel=nofollow>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5V3kpKzd-Yw[/quote</a>:

really interesting video. so much doom and gloom. makes me want to curl up into a ball and cry.

no doom and gloom....all reality. I saw this shit all the time in undergrad. People including professors who were too fucking lazy to address the problems because their temporal solutions evaded their cranial capacity. I'm so fucking sick of seeing/hearing Keynesians try to propose solutions to the current problems when in fact their right of economics are exactly what got us into this mess. And I can assure you, this is just the beginning for the US.

Austrian economists such as Hayek, Mises, and Rothbard called these bust cycles FAR before they came to light in existence. Just look it up www.Mises.org The Austrian theory of credit and business cycle, which is so poo-poohed by Monetarists and Keynesians has been correct to the T in every credit created malinvestment event which has been a result of the Feds monetary policy.

I'm so fucking sick of the populus thinking that Keynesian economic system is the path to enlightenment and prosperity, when in fact, it is the exact opposite.( unless you are a scumbag, pederast politician). You are being led on by the education system! Do some research.....Ignorance is not bliss my friends. True free markets work, and that is exactly why they do not exist in the US. In the free market, there are no spillover benefits for the politicians and their cronies. In a free market, entrepreneurs have the power, not the government. Government intervention into free markets is the definition of corruption.....America OPEN YOUR FUCKING EYES!

+1

 
Dec 3, 2011 - 6:07pm

mfoste1][quote=bankbank:
mfoste1]For those who saw Kyle at last years AmeriCatalyst, this will be a good watch as well. Bass analyzes and interprets credit events coming to fruition in the near term with respect to Japan, PIIGS and other nations. It would certainly behoove anyone in finance or economics to watch this.</p> <p><a href=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5V3kpKzd-Yw[/quote rel=nofollow>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5V3kpKzd-Yw[/quote</a>:

really interesting video. so much doom and gloom. makes me want to curl up into a ball and cry.

no doom and gloom....all reality. I saw this shit all the time in undergrad. People including professors who were too fucking lazy to address the problems because their temporal solutions evaded their cranial capacity. I'm so fucking sick of seeing/hearing Keynesians try to propose solutions to the current problems when in fact their right of economics are exactly what got us into this mess. And I can assure you, this is just the beginning for the US.

Austrian economists such as Hayek, Mises, and Rothbard called these bust cycles FAR before they came to light in existence. Just look it up www.Mises.org The Austrian theory of credit and business cycle, which is so poo-poohed by Monetarists and Keynesians has been correct to the T in every credit created malinvestment event which has been a result of the Feds monetary policy.

I'm so fucking sick of the populus thinking that Keynesian economic system is the path to enlightenment and prosperity, when in fact, it is the exact opposite.( unless you are a scumbag, pederast politician). You are being led on by the education system! Do some research.....Ignorance is not bliss my friends. True free markets work, and that is exactly why they do not exist in the US. In the free market, there are no spillover benefits for the politicians and their cronies. In a free market, entrepreneurs have the power, not the government. Government intervention into free markets is the definition of corruption.....America OPEN YOUR FUCKING EYES!

its extremely upsetting when the people sitting next to you are bullish, live in constant denial and just don't want to accept that this really is happening. We're far from a viable solution in the Eurozone and the usd liquidity swap action that was taken earlier this week just signals that something that something is burning somewhere because when there is smoke there is always a fire. The Euroleaders would never have agreed on taking such "American" measures if that wasn't the case.
People in Europe tend to forget that there are massive problems in the US that are not even close to being resolved.... once markets in Europe shift their focus towards the US we will see new lows.

 
Dec 3, 2011 - 5:49pm

bankbank][quote=mfoste1]For those who saw Kyle at last years AmeriCatalyst, this will be a good watch as well. Bass analyzes and interprets credit events coming to fruition in the near term with respect to Japan, PIIGS and other nations. It would certainly behoove anyone in finance or economics to watch this.</p> <p><a href=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5V3kpKzd-Yw[/quote rel=nofollow>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5V3kpKzd-Yw[/quote</a>:

really interesting video. so much doom and gloom. makes me want to curl up into a ball and cry.

"makes me want to curl up into a ball and cry" lol

 
Dec 3, 2011 - 11:06am

http://www.dmagazine.com/Home/2008/03/13/Cashing_in_on_Subprime.aspx

Interesting article and it provides a description of group him and Paulson created in order
for them not to get short changed on their mortgage bet.

"A pressure group was created—the Asset Backed Securities Credit Derivatives Users Association, or ACDUA. Bloomberg reported that about 10 hedge funds had joined by May, when the association petitioned the SEC to uphold its anti-manipulation provisions. The maneuver backed Bear Stearns down, arguably a good instance of counterparty surveillance enabling the market to police itself"

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Dec 6, 2011 - 9:00pm
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