Bill Walsh down.
Tom Snyder down.
Why the hurry?
Yahoo’s finance unit’s reporting has become the sorta defacto free standard, but its been kinda static for a long period of time.
That’s why it is so interesting that without any fanfare, they’ve added a link on the left sidebar for Financial Blogs.
Check it out in action on American Home Mortgage- to see if trading is still suspended.
Right now the contributions appear to be MSM (WSJ, CNN, Money etc. – the usual suspects) but there is link to a Seeking Alpha post, so that’s a promising start.
There were 900,000 defaults in 2006 and 800,000 in 2005, making the total number of American families to lose their homes during President George W. Bush’s second term in office somewhere between 4.3 million and 5million.
Who killed Pat Tillman with three (3) bullets to the forehead at close range, and why?
I Got Your MBA Right Here
This is hi-larious. The school this fucker attends isn’t exactly a diploma mill (USF, Johnny!), but as a representative of this august institution, it might as well be. Mazel tov!
$1.04!?! That was blindingly fast. The market can be a punisher. I wished I’d shorted AHM.
Gotta Love That Name!
Clusterfuck Nation blog makes too much sense:
This long episode of market mania, running for seven years, was based on the idea that non-performing loans could be turned into money by removing them from their point of origin and dressing them up in respectable clothes — like taking all the winos in downtown Los Angeles, putting them in Prada suits, and passing them off as the faculty of the Harvard Business School. It was a transparently ludicrous racket and the wonder is that America proved to be so utterly bereft of regulating authority — not to mention plain decency and self-restraint –at every stage.
Who were they been trying to kid?
At least out of the ashes we have the basic tenets of any future public policy:
turn a blind eye, listen with a deaf ear.