Archive for the 'stock markets' Category

3 October, 2008

Posted by Socrates in bankers, banking, Big Finance, Congress, Federal Reserve system, jewed culture, jewed finance, Socrates, stock markets, subprime loans, Wall Street at 6:27 pm | Permanent Link

Gentiles on Main Street will pay out big money for the slippery practices of the mostly-Jewish bankers on Wall Street. Could the “subprime loan” crisis – which caused the Wall Street crash – have happened without “fractional-reserve” banking? No. There wouldn’t have been enough money in the system. Too much money was available. Question: who […]

28 February, 2007

Posted by alex in economy, Edgar Steele, Financial Column, stock markets at 11:14 pm | Permanent Link

by Edgar J. Steele My name is Edgar J. Steele. Aren’t you glad you hold physical silver? Sure it went down today – what’s more, it is getting really pasted in the overseas markets this evening. I hope it really dumps and gets down below $10 an ounce. Doubt that will happen, though. Probably $12 […]