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FINANCIAL INDUSTRY REFORM BENEFITS ONLY THE BIGGEST WA...

The Following Article is from the Spring 2011 Newsletter The financial crisis starting in 2007 was responded to with the government’s desire to quickly re-establish the status quo on Wall Street.  The intent was to expedite the recovery of the broader economy.  However, it was a case of the carrot without a stick. The government’s strategy failed as unemployment remained high and corporations hoarded,… Continue Reading FINANCIAL INDUSTRY REFORM BENEFITS ONLY THE BIGGEST WALL STREET PLAYERS

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THE UPSIDE OF THE CREDIT CRUNCH

The Following Article is from the Winter 2007 Newsletter If  you’ve been  paying even  the slightest attention  to the news in the real estate  industry, you have been inundated with information on the credit crunch – arguably the most significant financial event to occur in the last decade or perhaps ever in the residential and commercial real estate markets. While much of what has been… Continue Reading THE UPSIDE OF THE CREDIT CRUNCH

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INTEREST BEARING NOTES

The Following Article is from the Spring 2007 Newsletter Sub-Prime Spillover to A Paper Loans? Within the last few weeks, the sub-prime mortgage lending industry has been at the center of the financial news presenting significant challenges for some firms in the industry. The troubles plaguing lenders of risky mortgages are not likely to spill over into the broader economy unless housing prices see… Continue Reading INTEREST BEARING NOTES

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