- By Dismantling Banking Rules, U.S. Government Has Guaranteed Future Financial Travails
- By “Shopping” for Regulators, Private Equity Firms Have Discovered How to Buy Banks – Leaving Taxpayers With All the Risk
- Inside Wall Street: Does a Potential New Wall Street Pandemic Fester Underneath Apparent BlackRock Conflicts?
- How Credit Default Swaps Could Reverse the Economic Recovery
- Secretive Bank Stress Tests Heighten Investor Stress
- Is Goldman’s Share Offering an Attempt to Further Ensnare the Government?
- Not Just a Price Floor, Treasury Programs May be a Stable Foundation for Economic Recovery
- The Slow Death of General Motors
- Stock Markets Move Past Gloom and Doom in Anticipation of the U.S. Economy's Recovery
- “Shadow Fed” Casts a Shadow Over the Solvency of the U.S. Banking System
- How the U.S. Credit Crisis Will Lead to an Overhaul of the U.S. Student Loan System
- Plan to Repair U.S. Banking System Unveiled by Former Hedge Fund Manager
- The New Banking Bailout Plan Reconstitutes Some of the Same Ingredients That Touched Off the Financial Crisis
- How Wall Street's Compensation-Defined Culture Fueled its Demise
- Wall Street's Bonus System Was a Major Financial Crisis Catalyst
- Obama’s New Stimulus Plan May Be the Needle That Pops the Treasury-Bond Bubble
It won't work.
What is needed - and what would arrest the slide in U.S. housing prices - is a renewed general confidence in protective regulations, and tax incentives for investors to buy troubled assets and to make equity investments in banks.