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Jul 17th 2012 at 7:13 PM

The free market calls for failure from time to time. The reason why we got no doc loans, NINJA, interest and all those other products was because everyone knew in the end, if they passed the hot potato along fast enough, there would be no consequences. Buy Jordan 11 Concord And they did - to Uncle Sam, and they were and are right - there are no consequences and nor will there be, for them.

That declaration itself would put creditors and equity holders on notice and force them to rethink about risk. After a brief period, if there was going to be any run, the government would be there to handle it, but going forward the market would Jordan 11 Cool Grey Sale enforce its own discipline. Utter manipulation by a few ultra rich bankers hell bent on using the government resources and people's ignorance to further their own ends. To date banks have written off only a fraction of the bad debt on their books.

That's why the market has reduced their stocks down so much. House prices will go back to pre-bubble times - the write-downs will continue. Mind you, we're only considering residential real-estate right now. Don't believe the hype that everything is hunky dory now in the financial wonderland. One by one they will all regress to fair value. With house prices and earnings power of the Jordan 11 Bred consumer less than or equal to that in the late 90s, we're going to have over trillion of write-offs by debt holders. Guess who owns this debt? And this is only mortgage debt. Buy American - what does this even mean?

Mark to market - what's wrong with this? do you never get a margin call when you're broker feels you may not be able to pay back your loan? Don't borrow so much then. Buy Nike Lebron 9 PS Elite A house on the books for should stay on the books for indefinitely? It will NEVER be worth $500k unless another bubble arises. Sure over time, prices will rise over time, but indexed to inflation the rise will never be to the extent of the bubble price.

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