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To buy or sell stocks?

“SELL!!! SELL!!!! SELL!!” as Jim Cramer of Mad Money would say.   Understandable the market and everyone around the world is very excited about the government ownership in the banking industry.   With government ownership society can collect higher tax revenue at a lower tax rate for everyone.  Today Secretary Paulson went on television calling the move unwanted; but, necessary.   Offering banks the ability to re buy stock purchased by the government in the future.  This makes Topstockblog bearish on the market.   The 900 point rally is a great time to cash out.

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October 14, 2008 Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , , | Leave a comment

Paulson might just be a fraud of Wall Street, More concern for the long term potential rahter than profit margins.

Secretary Paulson (Updated 10/08/2008) has advised the buying of bad debt from rich bond holders.  To avoid worse consequences in the future for the economy. This is a direct violation of capitalist principles of allowing debts that are noncollectable to be declared worthless. George Bush purchased $25 Billion dollars in bad car loans. He is neglecting his duty to represent all Americans equally. America should have said no to this bailout in Topstockblog’s opinion.  America is already been burned once by Paulson buying bad debt.   Paulson the former head of Goldman Sach’sthe merger king of the world a certainly collapsible industry as it serves to concentrate, and isolate capital by the process of mergers.  Paulson’s actions do little or nothing for average, and poor Americans in Topstockblog opinion.  America deserves a shared ownership with corporations creating an opportunity to greatly lower taxes.  The rich who own bonds; not, average hard working Americans.  Many of the rich to benefit from the current buy out of bad debt are foreigners. The children of America should not receive more bad debt.   I apologize, and sympathize with unfortunate holders of bad debt in retirement funds. More unrecognized bad debt added to the national debt is a bad idea.

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September 19, 2008 Posted by | American Politics and Policy Ideas | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment