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June 2008

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Rembember what happen to Pearl Harbor?

June 30, 2008 – Comments (5) | RELATED TICKERS: AUY , MON , POT

Thomas D. Elias: Nuclear power? Not so fast - Topix

... like yuccu mountain could be eliminated using fast reactors. ... The French have 805 necular.Are the OPEC nations Paying off some one? Upscope. Westminster, CA ...  [more]

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And we trust who they pick to run our country?We trust them because?http://www.campaignwatch.org/more1.htm#update

June 30, 2008 – Comments (1) | RELATED TICKERS: GLD , AUY , UUP

My opinion is that the figures we get from the FED and Sec of Treasury are fluff.

TRUST OR HUSTLE: The Bush Record   [more]

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When your bank fails will FDIC have enough money?

June 30, 2008 – Comments (7) | RELATED TICKERS: AME , AUY , GLD

Who rates the FDIC and can they cover 50% of all the banks in America?

Press Releases
FDIC Makes Public May Enforcement Actions; No Administrative Hearings are Scheduled for July


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 30, 2008
Media Contact:
LaJuan Williams-Dickerson
(202) 898-3876

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) today released a list of orders of administrative enforcement actions taken against banks and individuals in May. No administrative hearings are scheduled.  [more]

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Needed to cry about the state of the world. Where have all the flowers gone?Thank you for serving.

June 30, 2008 – Comments (2) | RELATED TICKERS: GLD , HAL , POT

When feeling blue because of dajavue I think of this song. So my stocks will be in oil gold and food. Where we are we heading.

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Is the cost of oil to high in Iraq yes it is! xom got contract with out bid. Mission Acomplished.

June 29, 2008 – Comments (2) | RELATED TICKERS: XOM , GLD , RIG

Kurdish energy deals stoke diplomatic dispute

The oil deals brokered between South Korean and Canadian energy firms and the Kurdish government weigh on regional relations officials say
2008-06-29 More Details    [more]

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Housing,Ben and then.........

June 28, 2008 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: AUY , FSLR , UUP

 Utilities Being Cut Off In Record Numbers for Families Who Can’t Afford To Pay Bills
As skyrocketing food and gasoline prices strain budgets, utilities are disconnecting many more customers who fall behind on their bills, and even moderate-income households are getting zapped. Electricity and natural gas shutoffs are up at least 15% in several states compared with last year. Totals for some utilities have more than doubled. "We're seeing a record number of shutoffs," says Mark Wolfe, head of the National Energy Assistance Directors' Association, which represents programs that subsidize energy bills. An NEADA survey this month shows 8% of four-member households earning $33,500 to $55,500 have had their power turned off for non-payment. "It's hitting people in the suburbs with two cars and two kids," Wolfe says. The disconnects are rising as warm-weather power bills increase, some state moratoriums on winter shutoffs expire, and rates are climbing in many states.In Pennsylvania, PPL Electric Utilities disconnected 7,054 customers through April this year, up 168% over the same 2007 period. Duke Energy in North Carolina is averaging about 11,000 shutoffs a month, 14% above last year. That's an annualized rate equal to nearly 10% of its 1.4 million residential customers. Disconnects are up 27% for Peoples Gas in Chicago, 14% for Southern California Edison and 56% for Detroit Edison, according to utilities or regulators. In Michigan, where home foreclosures are soaring and the unemployment rate is the USA's highest, more than one in five Detroit Edison customers were behind in their electric bills in May  [more]

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Let me get this straight. I have been thinking again and I know that is dangerous.

June 28, 2008 – Comments (2) | RELATED TICKERS: GOLD , FSLR , MON

Our central bank won't raise rates because he wants to save the banks and not the country. How did I get there?  In a crazy round about way. Ben lowered the rates to save the investment houses and  banks from the bad lending practices of the ARM's and no doc loans. You know where you can get a higher intress rate from the poor and hard working people who can't afford housing. ( ponsie skeem thanks to Allen greenspand). Enter good old Ben ( who studied the Great Depression) who has now lowered the lending rate to 2% and won't increase it. Hence the poor have been almost wiped out of homes and more to come and the rates will have to be raised. Why? Because the middle class with fixed rates will now accelerate their foreclosures because with the loss of jobs and high food and gas because Ben in his haste to save the banks have now made it almost impossible for the middle class to have food clothing and shelter. So now they are starting to pair back and hence more contraction and more job loss just like the Great Depression. Then the commercial real estate will go next. Strange that Ben was the person who was put in the job and that he studied the depression and here he is facing it. If you thought the 70's and 80's were bad with the S & L's were bad think again. 2 wars China India Iran and what not. If you think it is bad now add in floods in the Bread Basket and you will see how this will affect our spending. Outscouced jobs and what do we make anymore?  Not much. Buy gold, pay of your credit cards,cars loans and most of all pay cash and plant a garden. Buy stock in the seed co. that sells to backyard gardeners. This is just the start of the end before we can get to the beginning again.   [more]

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Home Sales rose slightly?????????

June 27, 2008 – Comments (3) | RELATED TICKERS: GLD , AUY , FSLR

How can you tell if the home was a sell or a bankruptcy of ARM reset turned a fix. Any answers? This will help me to see where the eccomony is going so I can eval. stocks better.

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Red Cross borrows money to hepl the flood victims.

June 26, 2008 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: GLD , AUY

You know it is bad out there when that happens. You know it is really bad when Larry K the Goldilocks guy says forget about wall street and he is worried about the county.

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8,000 foreclosures a day filed

June 26, 2008 – Comments (3) | RELATED TICKERS: GLD , AUY

The central bank failed again. Add up the filings now and that was before unemployment went up. Before gas and oil went up. Before food went up. Before Rent went up. What are the figures now? Who knows because we can't get the truth from our government and they still have not stopped the bad lending pratices and as my congressman Kay Hutcheon said they will bail out the lenders (opps I mean home owners)(my bad) , What about the new ones. I think we are in the second inning not the middle.  [more]

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Iran issues warning over nuclear program (oil 200.00?)

June 25, 2008 – Comments (2) | RELATED TICKERS: GLD , AUY

Iran issues warning over nuclear program

By ALI AKBAR DAREINI, Associated Press Writer 1 hour, 42 minutes ago   [more]

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The Next Shoe to Drop is Alt A loans and Credit Cards. Thank you Ben.

June 25, 2008 – Comments (5) | RELATED TICKERS: FSLR , ESLRQ , STPFQ

So now the poor and midle class won't get a break and the next shoe to drop for banks are Alt-A loans and credit card defaults.  Defaults on Some `Alt A' Loans Surpass Subprime Ones (Update1)

By Jody Shenn  [more]

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MY LETTER TO BEN AT THE FED

June 24, 2008 – Comments (5) | RELATED TICKERS: FSLR , ESLRQ , STPFQ

DEAR SIRS, BEFORE YOUR METING TOMORROW PLEASE TAKE INTO ACCOUNT A FEW FACTS. 2 YEARS AGO MIN WAGE WAS 5.35 HR. AND WITH 1 HR OF LABOR YOU COULD BUY 1 GAL OF GAS AND 1 GAL OF MILK. NOW MIN WAGE IS 5.85 AN HOUR AND YOU HAVE TO WORK 2 HRS FOR A GAL OF MILK AND GAS. RENT,GAS,HEALTH CARE,FOOD,CLOTHING,UTILITIES,MOVIE TICKETS,TAXES, EVERYTHING HAS GONE UP BY 100% SO WHEN YOU TALK ABOUT THE ENTIRE NATION PLEASE REMEMBER THAT 1/3 OF THE COUNTRY MAKES LESS THAN 10.00 AN HR AND FEELS LIKE YURTLE THE TURTLE AND OUR BACKS ARE BREAKING. PLEASE RAISE THE LENDING RATE BY .50 ON BOTH SIDES. PLEASE.  WITHOUT HELPING THE PEOPLE WHERE WILL THE BANKS LIKE CHASE BANK OF AMERCIA AND WELLS FARGO GET THE MONEY? WHEN YOU LOWERED THE RATE DID THE BANKS LIKE CHASE, BANK OF AMERCIA AND WELLS FARGO LOWER RATES BY THE SAME AMOUNT YOU LOWERED? NO THEY SLIGHTLY LOWERED IT BUT NOT BUY MUCH.  IF YOU DON'T RAISE RATES MY THOUGHTS ARE THAT THE ECCOMONY WILL SLOW EVEN MORE JUST TO PAY FOR THE BASICS.THANK YOU  So what do you think if the central bank raises the rate?  [more]

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THE WATER CAR

June 24, 2008 – Comments (3) | RELATED TICKERS: FSLR , ESLRQ , STPFQ

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Well I took my lumps today

June 24, 2008 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: RIG , FSLR , STPFQ

Phew...  the end of earning's and the central bank will speak. Time to ride it up again. The cycles are changing and so are the seasons. What stocks should I look into for Christmas? Let me gaze into my crystal ball. Does anyone out there have any good ideas?

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Yep, Oil is going higher now.

June 23, 2008 – Comments (4) | RELATED TICKERS: FSLR , ESLRQ , STPFQ

Iran will hit back, minister says
Victoria Times Colonist Mon, 23 Jun 2008 2:29 AM PDT
TEHRAN -- Iran will give a "devastating" response to any attack on the country, defence minister Mostafa Mohammad Najjar was quoted as saying yesterday. The New York Times on Friday quoted U.S. officials as saying Israel had carried out a large military exercise, apparently a rehearsal for a potential bombing of Iran's nuclear facilities  [more]

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Yep, American Greed Alive and Well

June 23, 2008 – Comments (9) | RELATED TICKERS: FSLR , ESLRQ , STPFQ

So as you can see by todays opening that our do nothing government and congress have yet again protected the large corporations and not the small businessman. Let the enron traders put the whole country at risk and scr----- the American people who vote for you. What better way to implement the 40 year plan to bankrupt this country and to join this country with Canada and Mexico to form the North American Union with the Amero as our new currency. It doesn't matter kids in America are going hungry or that people can't afford to buy the gas to go to work or to have a house or apartment to live in. Traders with out a consense don't care because they are making money and our government allows it. We reap what we have sown and because we don't vote we have allowed this to happen. Where can I make money? I will follow the Rockefeller banking cartel group and make my money in Alternative Energy. The next great bubble.   [more]

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globalization causing high oil??????????

June 22, 2008 – Comments (1) | RELATED TICKERS: FSLR , ESLRQ , STPFQ

Does globalization cause high oil prices?  How much oil does it use to ship all the goods around the world?  Does the fact that the United States and China buy large amounts of oil for the stratigic reserves as well as other countries affect the price of oil?  Did the fact that the Central Bank called the FED tanked the dollar to save the banks have anything to do with the high price of oil?  As you pour a glass (plastic glass) of milk (from a plastic container) look around your house and see how many things you own are made from plastic. All of these items are made from plastic which is made from oil. Will we switch to glass containers to save oil?  Will we change the way we consume just ordaniary daily things like milk, coffee, mstard,salad dressing and what not that comes in PLASTIC containers? I am a greenie from way back and I love this toung and cheek satire on going green and globalization as well as how much oil it takes to ship all of the parts all over the globe just to find slave labor to make cheep products to ship around the world. Got to love globalization.  For me yes globalalization does cause high oil as well as a week dollar. In Europe gas is $10.00 a gal. but is it $3.00 or $4.00 a gal tax on it to help fund the green energy?  If tax is $4.00 a gal then gas there is really $6.00 a gal. Where to make money? I think that I will follow the Rockafellers because somehow I don't think anything they do is for good I think it is to make money. They are coming out for green so now we know where the next bubble will come from. Energy... we are a long way from there yet.   [more]

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A NEW STOCK MARKET?? IN THE FUTURE???

June 20, 2008 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: DE , HAL , MSFT

It is that time of year again. I am looking for a short drop and then after earnings are over for the market to rebound for now. 1 to (less than 2 ) years for the next great depression and for our government and congress to push through the joining of Mexico, Canada and the United States into a Union just like the Europen Union and Euro. The Fed by not raising intress rates Paulson  (goldman sacks man) not taking care of housing. Congress fighting for the Union of the 3 countries. Goldman Sacks allways seem to be spot on the calls they make (insider traiding with the White House???????? Paulson and others ????)  Housing, Banks, Auto, Retail and the most important inflation ( or as I call it the deflation of what our money is worth. Bernake and the Federal Reserve and Bush and Chaney and others ( Rep. and Dems.) alike trying like heck to Bankrupt this country. What are WE THE PEOPLE of this country doing?  WE are letting them. When will we ever learn? How will I make money off the loss of our country and our freedom?  Let me look at the companies that is part of the CFR and the TPN. { (Agenda)  As indicated in its 10-point, 10-year Action Plan for Strengthening Transatlantic Partnership, TPN's agenda for the coming years is to promote and support actions to complete a transatlantic market linked to a strengthened political and security relationship adapted to the needs of the 21 st century. To accomplish this, TPN believes that the EU and US will need to adapt the existing transatlantic institutional framework to take account of the evolution of our common purposes and priorities, allowing issues to drive the framework, rather than the other way around.   [more]

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quaddruple witching again AUG.........

June 20, 2008 – Comments (1) | RELATED TICKERS: DE , HAL , MSFT

It is that time of year again. I am looking for a short drop and then after earnings are over for the market to rebound for now. 1 to (less than 2 ) years for the next great depression and for our government and congress to push through the joining of Mexico, Canada and the United States into a Union just like the Europen Union and Euro. The Fed by not raising intress rates Paulson  (goldman sacks man) not taking care of housing. Congress fighting for the Union of the 3 countries. Goldman Sacks allways seem to be spot on the calls they make (insider traiding with the White House???????? Paulson and others ????)  Housing, Banks, Auto, Retail and the most important inflation ( or as I call it the deflation of what our money is worth. Bernake and the Federal Reserve and Bush and Chaney and others ( Rep. and Dems.) alike trying like heck to Bankrupt this country. What are WE THE PEOPLE of this country doing?  WE are letting them. When will we ever learn? How will I make money off the loss of our country and our freedom?  Let me look at the companies that is part of the CFR and the TPN. { (Agenda)  As indicated in its 10-point, 10-year Action Plan for Strengthening Transatlantic Partnership, TPN's agenda for the coming years is to promote and support actions to complete a transatlantic market linked to a strengthened political and security relationship adapted to the needs of the 21 st century. To accomplish this, TPN believes that the EU and US will need to adapt the existing transatlantic institutional framework to take account of the evolution of our common purposes and priorities, allowing issues to drive the framework, rather than the other way around.

TPN has proposed, with support from Resolutions taken by the European Parliament and the US House of Representatives, that EU and US leaders come to agreement on the major elements of a new, formal “Transatlantic Partnership Agreement.” Such an agreement would build on the 1995 New Transatlantic Agenda and reflect proposals made in TPN's Strategy to Strengthen Transatlantic Partnership.   As part of this process, TPN would like EU and US leaders to:   [more]

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