Random Shots for February 4, 2010

Watching, monitoring, and analysing the economy and her markets is as much about tracking discourses (and how they change) as it is about perusing data material on various leading and lagging indicators. And thus, as I am still knee deep into putting the last touch on my thesis [1] I thought that I . . . → Read More: Random Shots for February 4, 2010

How HR 627 The Credit Card Act Blunts The Vampire Squids Beak

H.R. 627 The Credit Card Act of 2009 is a sweeping reform of credit card law. Many consumers are concerned over how this act will affect their spending capacity throughout the new year. The act is called into effect in February, meaning consumers will have very little time to determine how to use the . . . → Read More: How HR 627 The Credit Card Act Blunts The Vampire Squids Beak

The Continuing AIG Hellstorm: Jihad Bailout and Money Laundering

Pamela over at Atlas Shrugs has been doing an exceptional job exposing the Jihad bailout of AIG.  To go along with being a terrible hedge fund manager in AIGFP, it just so happens that “AIG was (and still is) the world leader in promoting Sharia-compliant insurance products.”  The problem?  As noted in the press . . . → Read More: The Continuing AIG Hellstorm: Jihad Bailout and Money Laundering