This sort of irrational behavior was precisely what we saw towards the end of 1999 and into early 2000.
Oh, and back then you had Abbey Cohen pumping stocks too - just as she's magically reappeared in the last few days to..... pump stocks.
Oh, today Bush (and of course Hitlery) trot out plans to "Freeze ARMs for five years".
Do any of these politicians have a brain? Let's think about this one for a minute.
Abrogation of contracts cause the following, immediately:
Yeah. This ought to be cute. Wait until the market gets its ARMs around the implications of these schemes....
PS: No Tickers until Monday; gonna be doing family stuff.... enjoy!
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