A discussion on why Wall Street always get's protection. The real story.

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Comment by H. Ben Frazier on August 17, 2015 at 1:45pm

Greetings; The parables you leave in your message relates to the Family structures of America, now where the real problem is in the unestablished,  Trust of the community, (strangers) that do not wish to take apart of the solutions, why we are losing the value of Civic Engagement, because of the value and need of community services, and the lack of Walk-Around-Knowledge that people of the communities, do not know of and therefore, show many of signs that there concerns are within the Family.

This Community is growing and the next generation of ignorance is becoming a financial burden, there interest is in concerns of paying the rent, and not the Mortgages needed to guarantee the tax revenue to maintain and manage a community, above Poverty, at risk educational institutions.

Making investments on Wall Street, takes time and research, our communities are in need NOW,  and can only rely on the systems in place, because there have been no new ways and means Committees created to involve the Municipalities in a self help education.

Comment by Ron Smith on July 8, 2015 at 11:52am

I understand now in ways never before. Thank you so much for the insight. I know it is time for me to do some studying in the areas of finance. 

Comment by Ludy Jean on June 13, 2015 at 9:19pm

No I get it. I mean I really get it. Boy the world is strange and complicated. I understand why those wall street people need propping up sometime. But a lot of them are still scum bags that need to be beat in the town square for all the world to see. 

Comment by DEMETRIUS RAINES on May 9, 2014 at 10:13pm

After listening to this I get really pissed off. I understand what the developer is saying. I understand why those Wall Street scumbags get financial protection. I get it. I really do.  

As a matter of fact, now that I understand  how things are set up I may have my kids to seriously consider a career in finance. But I am pissed off because we all know the those Wall Street guys are raping the the mutual fund account holders. These account holders are the every day people like me and you. I do not get bailed out when times are tough. But the Wall Street guys do. So when I think about the fact the Wall Street guys can steal from us and also get help form the government when they need it makes me really mad. You would think since they will get bailed out when it is time they would at least give the small investor a fair shake. But no. Those bastards are taking undisclosed fees and getting help as well. While the rest of the regular working world gets their asses kicked every time the economy bounces. 

I am ready for some get back.  Any one else with me.

Comment by Rusell Norman on November 24, 2013 at 9:30am

Now I understand many things much better now. The bad blood between us an the Wall Street players seems to be a big misunderstanding. Do not get me wrong they are no group of boy scouts. But I see a need for those type of people in our society. 

Mr. Norman

Comment by Edward Massey on December 7, 2011 at 1:32pm

well said. in our professional community we are always taking heat for the sins of the few. the sad thing is we go through this for two reasons, the first being when the bad apples screw up they REALLY REALLY screw up and it tends to paint us all with the same brush and second, an absolutely horrifying lack of financial literacy in our education system. i think back to the things i "learned", and believe me i use that term loosely, in my economics class in high school and it is one of the most outdated and irrelevant curriculums with little to no real world relevance. i remember learning how to balance a checkbook in school but absolutely nothing on how to budget my money, nothing on how to invest, nothing on the risks of being in or avoiding the markets altogether, and it's sad. by the time we graduate being financially literate should be as ingrained in us as looking both ways before you cross the street is by the time you leave kindergarten.

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