by Gerald Greene - 2008-07-15
Hard times are on the way as evidenced by the collapse of IndyMac. In what will probably turn out to be the most expensive bank failure ever, troubled mortgage lender IndyMac Bank was taken over by f...
by Ernie Fitzpatrick - 2008-09-17
Maybe Houston is a picture of what's happening in the world. I am talking about Houston after hurricane Ike. Just how far does our government think they can go pretending to keep things going well? H...
by Ernie Fitzpatrick - 2008-09-25
Everyone is focused on the number $700,000,000,000.00 as what it's going to take to bail America out of its bankruptcy lifestyle. But does anyone think that will change anything? The philosophy is st...
by Andrew Abraham - 2008-09-26
WAMU -Same Story But Just On A Larger LevelGreed and leverage (Stupidity) over prudence!Where does it all end?How much money does the Fed have to keep up on these bailouts?How more times can JP Morga...
by Fern LaRocca - 2008-10-05
Many investors are frightened as they watch the changes Wall Street is going through. The uncertainty about the future and the changes that are happening make people wonder, what should I do now and ...
by Jason Allen Miller - 2008-10-06
How To Protect Yourself Let's face it; we are now entering the Unites States of America's Second Great Depression. It will have devastating effects on the American people, businesses, and what is left...
by Nicholas Swezey - 2008-10-13
The volatile markets and economies around the world, with large banks collapsing on a regular basis, have many people wondering how safe their money is.Banks and the FDICMost Americans are familiar w...
by David Winton - 2008-11-23
The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development ("HUD") today announced new regulations intended to make the mortgage shopping experience more transparent. Whew. And not a moment too so...
by Dane Smith - 2008-11-28
News of the economy is inescapable these days and most of it is bad news. The economy dominates the headlines, the evening news and our daily conversations. Sorting out what all the terms mean and wha...
by Robert Bell - 2009-09-20
American bank deposits are insured up to $250k by the FDIC, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. This number was $100k for many years, until some of our Congress critters realized two thing...