greenback Wrote:
Apr 29, 2013 5:54 PM
…a low interest rate. The interest rate would been better served as more diverse, and more local, and less across the board. Risk would have been better served if the valuation De Minimis would not have been raised: no measurement means that market behavior has the green light to run rampant. Government centralization of the regulations in place had much to do with the crash (Bill Clinton did that!). Between interest rates, values, and risk—the fraud, slavery, greed, socialism—a lack of interest to acknowledge something was wrong—both, wall street and main street, as well as government all played a role. There is s much to say; so much to tell; so many elements and factors to analyze. To say Bush was a Bad Economic President is simply...