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BRETTON WOODS II: GLOBAL CREDIT CRISIS SUMMIT

On November 15, leaders of 20 nations will convene to create a framework for stabilizing and rebuilding the world financial markets. The meeting is being called Bretton Woods II, after the historic meeting that set the stage for dollar hegemony after WWII. While the meeting is set to review and determine such things as the […]
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GOVERNMENT CONSIDERING LEGISLATION TO BAN ALL SELLING OF STOCKS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE:

Breaking News: For Immediate Release  GOVERNMENT CONSIDERING LEGISLATION TO BAN ALL SELLING OF STOCKS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE:  The Federal government has announced plans to prohibit individuals and institutions from selling their stock until further notice.  “This ban on selling stocks and only allowing buy orders should result in a higher stock market by years end” […]
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WHILE ROME BURNS PT.2

In the midst of perhaps the greatest collapse in Wall Street history, FINRA is hard at work not protecting American Investors across the country, but instead is working behind the scenes to once again consolidate even more power away from small firms and place it in the hands of a few.  The SEC is currently […]
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Should We Be Bailing Out Only The Elite Firms?

Now is the time to act if you’re a Brokerage firm or Financial professional in America. We would like to hear your thoughts and opinions and present them to the House Banking Committee. Wall Street’s elite firms have run aground and now the Federal Government wants to bail them out. For many years, many have […]
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