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From Simon Black of Sovereign Man

The Worst Advice I’ve Seen In Years


When I woke up this morning and scanned through my usual digest–
boots on the ground reports from overseas contacts, market summaries
from Asian and European bankers, commentary from friends still in the
intelligence community– a couple of things caught my eye that I want to
tell you about.

Dagong Global Credit Rating Co is China’s leading credit rating
agency. Credit rating agencies are the firms who are responsible, among
other things, for scoring the credit risk of a particular asset or
sovereign nation.

When they rate a security as “AAA”, premium safety, investors pile in. They’re an integral part of the financial system.

You undoubtedly remember that the world’s leading agencies– Fitch,
Moody’s, and S&P, were all complicit in slapping AAA premium ratings
on so many toxic mortgage-backed securities… and maintaining sound
ratings for far too long on bankrupt nations like Greece and Portugal.

The entire industry lacks credibility at this point, and China’s Dagong agency aims to do something about that.

This morning I read Dagong president Guan Jianzhong’s remarks at a
recent conference of Asian rating agency CEOs held in Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia (one of my favorite cities).

In his speech, Guan called for the establishment of a global rating
agency that follows clearly outlined international standards,
effectively putting an end to the cowardly analysis that dominates the
industry now and replacing it with a healthy dose of reality.

Putting its money where its mouth is, Dagong has a long-standing,
negative outlook on US debt that doesn’t pull any punches. From its
November 2010 report:

“In essence the depreciation of the U.S. dollar adopted by the U.S.
government indicates that its solvency is on the brink of collapse,
therefore it wants to cut its debt through the act of devaluation with
the national will; such a move has severely harmed the interests of

Following suit, S&P stunned financial markets this morning by
revising its US outlook to ‘negative’, citing politicians’ inability to
address medium-term and long-term challenges.

In total contrast, US News and World Report published an article a few days ago entitled Why you should buy U.S. Treasuries,” which amounts to the worst advice I’ve seen in years.

FE DA 081124geithner The worst advice Ive seen in years

"Trust me. I'm good for it."

The article is devoid of any clear analysis which could support
loaning our hard-earned savings to the most indebted nation in the
history of the world in a rapidly depreciating currency at rates which
have little chance of keeping up with inflation; instead, the author
relies solely on patriotism:

“It has always been a bad idea to bet against America and our ability
to prosper even against overwhelming difficulties. America will cut
back its spending, innovate, and pay off its debts. We will earn our way
out. It’s just how we do it…”

A more accurate statement would have been, “that’s how we used to do
it…” Fact is, America’s economic problems are deep-seeded and neither
political party can put forth a viable strategy for righting the ship.
Even S&P is starting to realize this.

Even worse, it’s not just the politicians that don’t get it. From
top to bottom, the culture in government service is an entrenched “me
first [at the expense of taxpayers...]” attitude which encourages
shortsighted decision making, and in some cases, even fraud.

If you’re still betting on America to come out on top, you’re taking a
big risk. America first emerged as a major economic power, not because
of government policies or political leadership, but because of the
strong incentive that individual Americans had to work hard, take risks,
and create value for others.

The incentive isn’t about patriotism… it’s about the benefit of their families and loved ones.

Americans like this still exist, and their desire to see their
families and loved ones flourish through enterprise and value creation
is as strong as ever. As the economic situation worsens with each
passing day, more and more of these value creators look to greener
pastures outside of America.

Maybe you should consider the same.


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Mon, 04/18/2011 - 12:57 | 1180894 I think I need ...
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i have a lot from mainstream media during this crisis....i won 't be listening in the future

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:10 | 1180943 66Sexy
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US News and World Report


'nuff said. Insert ridicule here.

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:17 | 1180959 hedgeless_horseman
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I searched for info on their top holdings, returns, and portfolio manager bios, but couldn't find anyhting.  Must be an offshore house?

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:24 | 1180985 Don Birnam
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Editor-in-Chief of U.S. News and World Report:

Council on Foreign Relations and JP Morgan National Advisory Board member Mortimer "I Helped Write One of Obama's Speeches" Zuckerman.

Enough said indeed.  

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:31 | 1181027 AR15AU
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Mon, 04/18/2011 - 14:39 | 1181284 fockewulf190
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Post des Tages!

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 14:52 | 1181339 sdmjake
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"The most effectual engines for [pacifying a nation] are the public papers... [A despotic] government always [keeps] a kind of standing army of newswriters who, without any regard to truth or to what should be like truth, [invent] and put into the papers whatever might serve the ministers. This suffices with the mass of the people who have no means of distinguishing the false from the true paragraphs of a newspaper."
- Thomas Jefferson to G. K. van Hogendorp, Oct. 13, 1785.

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 20:52 | 1182371 makeyoumiss
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Mon, 04/18/2011 - 14:07 | 1181162 Lost My Shorts
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Funny thing is, treasurys are up today.

US sovereign on negative watch --> fear --> flight to safety --> buy US treasurys.

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 14:50 | 1181319 Agent P
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Greece is the word.  USTs are still the flight to quality play...for now at least.

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 15:58 | 1181561 uno
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looks like the real flight to safety/quality went into PSLV today, up 5.3% today, premium at record

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:11 | 1180946 Clueless Economist
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I resent this story.  It is well known that my advice is the worst.  We need 3 Trillion $ stimulus to create 10 million shovel ready jobs.

Sincerely Paul

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:48 | 1181086 redpill
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Look at those little beady eyes, get thee behind me satan!!

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 12:58 | 1180899 SheepDog-One
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LOL, well I hope a bunch of US Snooze and World Raport readers did pile into Treasuries last week.

BTW I'll help the author a bit, its not a debate over whether the US comes out on top, or political posturing the entire plan IS the takedown of america, planned demolition and confirmed total bankruptcy, and rise from the ashes into Orwellian 1 world govt. Thats all.

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 12:59 | 1180904 ivars
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Hear the next president of the USA as current parties will continue to do nothing about the debt-which will lead to the USA default in 2013-2014:


Treasury bubble is about to bust. That should mean no QE3.

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:01 | 1180918 King_of_simpletons
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HA HA HA ! Interesting headline:


More downgrades to come, but stocks to stay strong: PHIL DOW.



Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:08 | 1180945 66Sexy
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Stocks rise on Japan disaster, middle eastern turmoil, and skyrocketing oil prices

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:17 | 1180956 King_of_simpletons
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That is exactly what wall street and their lackies want you to think. The stocks have risen due to QE2... not due to some bogus rational about rebuilding in Japan, democrazy in Middle East and Oil prices.

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:15 | 1180955 whatsinaname
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Yahoo finance has really become the de-facto platform for the boiler room stock pumpers to the sheeple ?

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:02 | 1180924 jal
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If you are an investor that didn’t know about the USA financial debt problem, then you shouldn’t be an investor.


IMF said it before now S & P said it.


The interesting points are:


1. The big market movers, PIMCO and Goldman had their statements already prepared for release. 

2. The markets all move down.

3. Although Canada was declared by S & P as not being in trouble, and being great, the Canadian markets, and the $C is down, with gold going up.

4. The G20 finished their meeting.

5. None of those points are related. hahahaha!


Its all market manipulation by the banksters.




Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:09 | 1180937 SheepDog-One
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Thats right, Ive been saying for months I wont feel a bit of sympathy for any of the Unicorn Dew Enema crowd in the markets chirping all day to 'BTFD', when the markets do suddenly implode one day.

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:09 | 1180940 cxl9
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Pile into Treasuries now, or pile in later. It really doesn't matter. Eventually the government will seize private retirement accounts and roll them into Treasuries, for your own protection of course. What other big pools of wealth are left for them to steal at this point?

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:17 | 1180960 InconvenientCou...
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privatizing medicare

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:15 | 1180961 SheepDog-One
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I see, so we'll have a 3rd world banana republic with all wealth removed and zero production at all, but a vibrant Treasury collection. Yes I see now.

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:17 | 1180965 Long-John-Silver
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Yep! It's going to happen right after the next crash. The President will come on TV and tell everyone that he's taking all your 401(k)'s and IRA's and putting them into the Social Security lock box 'at the before crash level'. You can then get your money at (the) retirement time (we specify). Everyone will jump for joy and thank TPTB for "saving their retirement".

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 14:26 | 1181236 MachoMan
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Obama doesn't have the balls...  but that's not to say his successor won't...  enter B9K9's strong man.

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:08 | 1180944 BrobamaReds
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Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:12 | 1180947 onlooker
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Tepco Cancels Plan To Build 2 New Reactors At Fukushima ----today Nikkei news.---- look at what S&P done went and did
Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:18 | 1180974 whatsinaname
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There was an extremely interesting discussion on NPR this morning with the Areva USA CEO, a really smart prof from UCB (who grilled the nuke guys really hard) and made some fantastic points the most important one related to the fact that we are the only developed country using nuke power that DOES NOT have a spent fuel policy. No wonder the Japs (masters of duplication) took that one step further at Fukushima.

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:14 | 1180954 DonnieD
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Patriotism - Lending money to country to finance war with enemy that wants to kill you.

Stupidity - Lending money to country to give to bankers.

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:17 | 1180962 whatsinaname
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Your definition of patriotism needs further analysis.

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:18 | 1180977 DonnieD
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I didn't have that much time or energy but I'm sure you get the drift.

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:16 | 1180957 velobabe
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patriot day, isn't it in boston?

full moon again. i want to go some where south---------->

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 17:23 | 1181855 Bob
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Damn, I was brought nearly to tears by this sniveling-bitch-by-the-hair entreaty to TPTB to "be gentle to me."  Best of times, worst of times I guess. 

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:18 | 1180975 dracos_ghost
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Ok, US is in trouble. No arguments.

But Dagong Credit Agency?!!

From their website:

It expresses its national allegiance by boosting the credit rating industry in China,  and bringing the "made-in-China" concept into the international rating market.

I'd rather hear f&*^king Chuck E Cheese's input.

China is in bigger trouble than the US.



Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:45 | 1181052 defencev
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That is precisely the point. How anybody can take seriously what Simon Black writes when

it is absolutely clear that he has an Anti-American bias. The whole idea is to fear-monger

" a bunch of stupid Gringos" to buy into their so-called products (which is in reality

BS). Why Chinese government agency is more objective than the other ones?

And are not they under total government control? US is definitely in position to meet its government obligations but first commies should be removed from White House..

In the end of the day people like Simon Black thrive on new US government regulations

that makes it more and more difficult for Americans to preserve their assets in Foreign Financial Institutions. It simaltaneously allows people like Simon Black to sell e.g.  the names of offshore brokerages who still accept US customers. What will happen, when all these accounts will be closed in near future due to "fat cat act" is, of course, not Mr Black business after the sale is completed. In fact, it may increase popularity of his

other"products" like second, third (up to infinity) passports...

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:21 | 1180993 AR15AU
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US News and World Reports is a propaganda arm of the Statist regimes. Its bile is regularly spewed across the pages of Yahoo finance. Each article a more pathetic example than the last.

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:37 | 1181053 glenlloyd
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I would agree, USN&WR is propaganda, but most MSM is at this point. NBR does nothing but deliver a dumbed-down version of the same old nothings every night, it just delivers what everyone else yacks about without any thought. People making an income for talking.

This country will be unable to solve its problems because those charged with the mission do not have the ability to solve anything, and because their place in DC is hinged upon providing something to their constituents, namely transfer payments.

I'm still of the opinion that nothing will be done, QE3 will come and we will continue down this destructive path all ends.

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:27 | 1181018 monopoly
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Good post. When the masses "march on Washington", then, it may change. Not before. Next!

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:47 | 1181096 Confucious 222
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We haven't heard much from "Anonymous" lately, have we?

Maybe they're too busy making test patterns and synthesized voices for their next internet video about how they really mean it this time. 

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 17:27 | 1181868 Bob
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Them boyz has earned a hard kick in the fucking head of their reputation at this point.  Hackerz seem to be m.i.a thez dayz.  Fiqurz.  fuckin i.t. bitchez. 

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 14:19 | 1181197 j0nx
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Sheeeit. If football goes on strike, the hops to make beer become scarce or they take Glee/AI/DWTS off the air then you MIGHT get j6p to wake up and smell the coffee and march on DC. Until then fughet about it. 21st century bread and circus.

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:35 | 1181039 KevinH
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I bet the British made the same argument before they lost their position of global hegemony.

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:39 | 1181060 trav7777
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we had a credible army and navy then

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:35 | 1181042 michigan independant
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The argument for free trade is based on the idea that market forces are self regulating and that any attempt at interference will just damage the economy. There is also the argument that free trade leads to improved relations between different countries.

The argument against free trade doesn’t tend to be so trusting of market forces to create the best deals for people. If a foreign entity can come in and undercut local businesses then this could easily destroy these businesses. It could also suck a lot of money out of a country as imports start to rise higher than exports. There is also the persuasive argument that the reason why some countries are able to produce things more cheaply is that they have unfair labor laws.

The Consumer is a ruthless arbiter.

Government’s only having their short term survival in mind and nothing else.  

What is the division of labor?

Do you sign the front of the Check?

It is ok to kill you since you do not believe.

Paddle your own canoe since they will figure it out sooner than later they need to trade since the tailor will figure out the baker has the advantage. This statement made me an anarchist.


Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:39 | 1181054 trav7777
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enough about fucking Dagong...where the hell are their downgrades to Chinese fraud companies that are uncovered DAILY around here?

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:43 | 1181068 carbonmutant
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Mon, 04/18/2011 - 14:11 | 1181180 Arius
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"In total contrast, US News and World Report published an article a few days ago entitled Why you should buy U.S. Treasuries,” which amounts to the worst advice I’ve seen in years."

Now, i understand what they mean about a bubble...front page, articles and all that...yeah well...even i get it much for being able to solve ZH math question...

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:41 | 1181059 Bam_Man
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"Bang Dagong,

Get it on,

Bang Dagong."

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:40 | 1181065 slewie the pi-rat
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ok!  dagong-show now in!  t.y., simon_B!!!  still, the data is old.  the party is flexing its muscles a bit V. the fabulous casino action in asia, and perhaps dagong will be told to stop dissing the US for some reason.  by its party overlords.  who knows? 


Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:42 | 1181067 carbonmutant
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Dagong Global is impartial...??

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 14:01 | 1181138 redpill
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Certainly not, but probably more credible on US finances than US rating agencies are.  But I'll even take Moody's rating on Chinese companies or sovereign debt before Dagong's.  Maybe that's the trick, to listen to foreign credit ratings about domestic subjects and vice versa.

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:43 | 1181077 dogismyth
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I'm sure Timmy and other significant others had this potential downgrade in the plan for many many months.  The idea that the WH or Timmy just learned about this is so far-fetched.  Some see things as random the negative connotations on US debt while the debate "rages" on in DC on the debt ceiling and the deficit.  If any one congress person was serious, the first thing that ought to be  uttered is....stop the wars, stop the foreign aid, stop the financing of the IMF, stop bailing out the world banks and stop building bases in every goddamn country.  THEN...and only then....will we know they are serious.  Otherwise, this is just another scare tactic for the american people to help them accept the fact that entitlements are being expunged along with you invisible contract to such benefits. 

Anyone who can not see the problem-reaction-solution  game being played on the american people is blind to the facts.

Just this weekend, I spoke to my father about things.  He told me to give it up.  Things always change for the better and that all the stuff I believe in is a joke.  He says he does not give a shit about anything....deficit, Gulf Oil Spill, Fukushima....he says it will all be gone soon enough.  I begged to differ with him but he simply said...just forget about it all because you can't do a goddamn thing about it.  I told him...that's the one gives a shit until its in their backyard!

Its an uphill battle, one that I am  unfit to fight.

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:57 | 1181125 Magic Mamaliga
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same responses from my friends and loved ones... don't take his advice and "just forget about it"...  good luck and god-speed man.

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 21:42 | 1182510 gall batter
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Same.  As if I speak a different language.  

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:45 | 1181084 slewie the pi-rat
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dagong comes into being at a certain time, due to certain influences. 

just dumb luck they could just tell the truth and achieve meta-propaganda punching power, doncha think, eh?

still, we have the best banksters, and the the chinese are meta-fuked!


Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:54 | 1181122 jmc8888
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Anytime a person buys treasuries they are mixing their good money, with fraudulent money.  The end result is debt will be wiped out, because it's fraudulent.  You do not want to be in these instruments when it happens. (but everyone should have this seared into their foreheads by now)

But there they go trying to create a self-fulfilling prophecy by being able to claim that you can't wipe out the fraud, because you'd be hurting grandma and patriotic people.  Bullshit.  Everyone knows it's a fraud, and if you're in it, get ready to lose it all, that is, when we finally get some people with brains and balls in office who know the answer isn't cutting or printing, but wiping out the fraud.

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 13:58 | 1181131 Grand Supercycle
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'COPPER has ignored the recent equity bounce. Daily and weekly are not bullish' ~ March 31, 2011.

'When the sell off does occur, it won’t be pretty. As mentioned earlier, this market behaviour is similar to 2007 / 2008' ~ April 6, 2011.

'DOW/S&P500 is tracking sideways once again suggesting that short covering rally has lost momentum' ~ April 7, 2011.

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 14:08 | 1181165 Gigliola Cinquetti
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"America first emerged as a major economic power, not because of government policies or political leadership, but because of the strong incentive that individual Americans had to work hard, take risks, and create value for others. "

Smells like american exceptionalism , reads like it and sounds like it , probably because it is

Mmmmm, maybe because after WWII the US production apparatus was not hit by any bomb , unlike Europe and maybe because the US$ became the reserve currency of the world ?

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 14:33 | 1181266 MachoMan
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Love it or hate it, reserve status and/or continuation of reserve status has not come without significant determination and skill on our part...  err our "representatives'" part...  quit hatin

It's awesome during the runup, but the collapse is a bitch

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 14:13 | 1181185 Miles Kendig
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Even worse, it’s not just the politicians that don’t get it. From top to bottom, the culture in government service is an entrenched “me first [at the expense of taxpayers...]” attitude which encourages shortsighted decision making, and in some cases, even fraud.

Simon, remember, civil service just like the military represents the society it is drawn from.  Given this fact I suggest a closer look at those that set the tone for law making and regulation promulgation.  Right back to Wall Street, and those that populate and service it, since that's where the money is.

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 14:38 | 1181279 bigdumbnugly
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really though, the worst advice has to be telling the new guy in the jar to pick up that bar of soap before somebody else does.

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 15:11 | 1181397 ebworthen
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War Bonds.

Bank Bailout Bonds are Patriotic.

Gold is a relic fit only for museums.

Loose lips sink ships (and loose lips pink tips).

Be like Dad, keep Mum (and Be like Mum, kick Dad for buying 30 year Treasuries at 3%)


Mon, 04/18/2011 - 15:59 | 1181569 QaplaSilver
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I've been really impresed with ZH and quality of most of the the posters over the last year.. could you help me out with this question?

What does this mean for gold and silver? will gold and silver stocks finally diverge from the general market? will this cause a rush out of US T bills into gold?  S&P rated all that toxic MBS crap as AAA why would they come out now with this? anyone think this is political on the part of the US administration to to force QE3 or some sort of drastic action i.e. grabbing 401K's etc etc?



Mon, 04/18/2011 - 16:00 | 1181584 americanspirit
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I guess those unpatriotic SOBs over at the UT endowment fund should have loaded up on a billion or so in USTs rather than that barbarous old relic. Commie scum.

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 16:20 | 1181668 slvrizgold
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Why would US News and World Report want to bankrupt its subscribers?   Don't they know they won't be able to resubscribe?

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 16:36 | 1181711 nkktwotwozero
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I did Google "Bill Gross New Normal".

And you know what Bill Gross said?


High unemployement, high deficits, low growth, eventually higher inflation.


WTF? This guy is in Bizzarro world.

Given this however, I would say that USD cash may be good, as Gross is also in this position.

Expecting asset prices to take a deep hit when interest rates inevitably rise; isnt that what Grant said?

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 17:16 | 1181832 pops
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Enough of this conjecture and prognostication that means nothing except a headache!  I need a dose of reality.  Gonna pour a jelly glass full of Jim Beam and go turn on wrestling.   Just keepin' it realz around here.

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 20:11 | 1182269 psychologicalmess
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i like a tumbler of woodford reserve to keep it real.

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 18:33 | 1182046 grid-b-gone
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An even easier solution than creating another rating agency, is to tie rating agency fee payments to the ratings they issue.

Fees for an AAA rating would be held in that security for five years - no problem since AAA-rated instruments have a nearly 100% of being their with an investment premium in five years. 

Lower rated instruments would have shorter holding periods and an immediate cash portion. The very lowest ratings would generate more fees in cash for immediate payment since investors would usually opt to remain in cash rather than invest in these poor investments.

The solution to all the fraud we have seen recently is to have skin in the game. The only reason these frauds exist is because of the financial incentive to over-rate instruments and placements. A simple system that links fees to the similar results that investors experience based on their ratings would solve most trust issues.  

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 21:03 | 1182404 Hephasteus
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It's not a free phone. It's a distributed networked camera and eavesdropping listening device. With multiple redundant backups.

Not one but 2 cameras. One forward facing and one backward facing.

Mon, 04/18/2011 - 21:01 | 1182400 Hephasteus
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Ok. This is no brainer easy investing.

1. Buy army.

2. Invest in bond market.

3. Shoot and kill people and take their stuff under UCC law.

4. Profit!!

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