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[QUOTE]Originally posted by glassman: [QB] the real issue is that "they" didn't fix the real problem with the economy. "they" didn't even try. they literally just printed cash and made it almost free to the banks. the banks bought into the market, and riased it artificially. so now the banks have to sell their stock and take profits or keep prinitng cahs to buy more until everybody starts buying stocks from the banks. What i have never been able to discover is the actaul margin ratios the banks have allowed themselves. i repeat [i]allowed themsleves[/i] there is a deadline involved here: [b]Banks are required to hold an amount of highly-liquid assets, such as cash or Treasury bonds, equal to or greater than their net cash over a 30 day period (having at least 100% coverage). The liquidity coverage ratio started to be regulated and measured in 2011, but the full 100% minimum won't be enforced until 2015. [/b] remeber that there was also an asset evaluation rule (accounting) change back in '08 that was one of several significant underlying triggers of last collapse. in the end? the final straws that break the back are always general public perception. but general public perception is one of considerable distrust already right now. we never saw a real "run" on the banks last time because "they" printed plenty of cash,( Jamie Dimon got his ahnds on all he wanted and more) but you can't keep doing that... fundamnetlas have never really changed since... in fact? the only real change has been infaltion without signifaicant earnings increases to accomodate it. whenever i go shopping now, i get a serious sense of very unhappy people and it's cuz costs are not being offset with raises in pay... in fact pay is more or less down. [/QB][/QUOTE]
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