Fading the Kings of Denial ~ The Risk Averse Alert

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Fading the Kings of Denial

I think that, after the market's impending collapse Wall Street might better be exiled to Egypt. There, the soon to be deposed masters of the universe can forever remain kings of denial (and possibly learn something, too, amidst pyramids built to last).

Parodying MasterCard...

Paul Miller of FBR (@16:00 in tonight's "Word on the Street") pooh poohing his entirely wishful "worst case" resulting from "foreclosuregate" ... two cents.

Jamie Dimon suggesting the problem is a "temporary blip" ... a dollar and a dream.

Shemp's "Silver Lining" ... hopeless!

NYSE McClellan

Let the throttling begin! (Chances are the worst of it will be delayed until after mid-term elections — November 2nd.)

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