The Over The Counter Derivatives Time Bomb: The Arrogance of The Banking, Financial and Political Elites That Exploded Into The Bush Obama Depression–25 Million Unemployed Americans Pay The Price–Videos

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“The issue today is the same as it has been throughout all history, whether man shall be allowed to govern himself or be ruled by a small elite.”

~Thomas Jefferson

Will Credit Defaul Swaps Worsen Our Financial Problems? Pt1 MiCasaMiDinero

Will Credit Defaul Swaps Worsen Our Financial Problems? Pt2 MiCasaMiDinero

Credit Default Swaps


Credit Default Swaps explained clearly in five minutes

Credit default swap (CDS)

FRONTLINE: The Warning – PART 1

FRONTLINE: The Warning – PART 2

FRONTLINE: The Warning – PART 3

FRONTLINE: The Warning – PART 4

FRONTLINE: The Warning – PART 5

FRONTLINE: The Warning – PART 6

FRONTLINE: The Warning – PART 7

Federal Reserve – Intentionally Causing Economic Crisis!

Stop Spending Our Future – The Crisis

The markets worked.

The Federal government should never bailout businesses, firms and individuals who lose money on their investments.

Once firms and individuals clearly understand that the Federal Government and the American people will not bailout investment manager incompetence, their attitude and behavor towards risks will change.

Until then the bailouts will continue and is now institutionalize.

Government intervention and regulation of markets only leads to even more government intervention and regulation of markets for humans cannot replicate the pricing and discovery functions of markets.

The bailouts are still continuing as evidenced by those given to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac should be forced into receivership, yet it is still operating and getting bailed out.

The price of failure is liquidation.

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