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Jim Rogers "FED is using taxpayers money to buy BSC Traders Maserati....they are setting up a failure of FED Reserve Bank"

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March 17, 2008 – Comments (8) | RELATED TICKERS: GLD , SKF , SRS

 The video is from Jim Rogers on Bloomberg Video today (17 Mar 08) watch all of it, then rewatch the video, then email the video to people you love, then hedge against the dollar. 

 

 

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#1) On March 17, 2008 at 5:30 PM, dwot (52.82) wrote:

I saw that...

The deal ought to have included executives giving back their bonuses. 

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#2) On March 17, 2008 at 6:32 PM, abitare (32.47) wrote:

This was an accidential repost. TDRH posted this before me....

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#3) On March 17, 2008 at 6:42 PM, abitare (32.47) wrote:

dwot,

Concur, I think some of these guys should be arrested and tried for fraud. There is no way they did not know this was looming. There has to be some lawsuits coming.

Congratulations on 5000 points. Are you buying any stocks? I own SKF and SRS still. 

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#4) On March 18, 2008 at 12:49 AM, HendrixGal (< 20) wrote:

Abitarecatania~  Yes I took a huge fall today, but I'm not giving up on my picks either.  I know we are heading for hard times thanks to over indulgent people who just don't get it this world.  "Moderation" is not even in their vocabulary. Banks are giving loans to people who really don't have the income to be buying such expensive homes. "Personal responsibility" is the key to a change.  I don't see much of that at this moment.  I see people spinning out of control because of their own greed.  Everyone wants quality things in their life, but the happiness starts within ourselves.  Being a Fighter Pilot's daughter, I've been taught to "dig in" for the LONG RUN and not to give up so easily in life.  Brazil does have a good economy right now.  Maybe the U.S. needs to pay more attention towards Brazil. I guess I'm just to bull headed because I won't give up on companies I believe in strongly. I know I'm going to pick myself up off the ground a lot, but I'm willing to take the punches proudly with pride in my heart.... I hope you understand.....  xo  And yes your portfolio "rocks".

Thanks for taking the time to write and I will take your words written seriously.  Former Northern California Gal~

Dana     Stillwater, Oklahoma   

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#5) On March 18, 2008 at 8:49 PM, lquadland10 (< 20) wrote:

Lets start with the president and congress. They need to take a 75% pay cut and 75 % in benefits. Let them feel my pain. Our central BANK bailed out the banks and lending firms so for now the 1929 market crash of 2008 was avoided. To bad everyone else (the American tax payer) got scr--- again. So now because they didn't change the laws the same bad loans will be made again and again and again. I so love living in England.

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#6) On March 18, 2008 at 8:51 PM, lquadland10 (< 20) wrote:

Lets start with the president and congress. They need to take a 75% pay cut and 75 % cut in benefits. Let them feel my pain. Our central BANK bailed out the banks and lending firms so for now the 1929 market crash of 2008 was avoided. To bad everyone else (the American tax payer) got scr--- again. So now because they didn't change the laws the same bad loans will be made again and again and again. I so love living in England.

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#7) On March 18, 2008 at 8:53 PM, lquadland10 (< 20) wrote:

Lets start with the president and congress. They need to take a 75% pay cut and 75 % cut in benefits. Let them feel my pain. Our central BANK bailed out the banks and lending firms so for now the 1929 market crash of 2008 was avoided. To bad everyone else (the American tax payer) got scr--- again. So now because they didn't change the laws the same bad loans will be made again and again and again. I so love living in England.

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#8) On March 19, 2008 at 2:25 PM, FleaBagger (29.35) wrote:

Iguadland -

The president and congress are all rich people, so they would not even notice a pay cut. Or at least, they shouldn't. But they do keep voting themselves pay increases to add tens of thousands to their tens of millions.

You think England's economy is all that great? Good luck with that.

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