A Complacency on CME Fail Sandwich Feeds a Riot ~ The Risk Averse Alert

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

A Complacency on CME Fail Sandwich Feeds a Riot

Nothing like another slice of CME fail to top the past two days' complacency, which, themselves, rest atop last Friday's fat piece of CME fail. The stock market here in the United States is in a toe-to-toe, popularity race with Osama bin Laden. The bankrupt pricks sparsely can come up with the margin to coax a leveraged bid with more than five minutes of staying power. Thus, too, is the decrease in JPM's loan loss reserves better judged by its falling stock price today. What's that? No significant increase in the loan book? No new added leverage? Buh-bye stock market.

And then not one word from our fascist-in-chief this afternoon addressing the tens of trillions of dollars of liabilities backed by the U.S. Treasury whose creation involved no small measure of fraud, evolved even to become the face of treason. Not one word. Let the rioting begin.

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