Nasdaq ends below 4,000 for first time since early February

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brotherkenny4 wrote:

Yes, it seems the future is not bright when it appears you have run out of illegal scams to run on investors. But don’t worry, the finanacial geniuses of Wall Street will cycle back around and regurgitate and old remnant that hasn’t been run lately. Too, there must be something in the government that could be privatized as a way of burdening the tax payers further with profits for industry. We could privatise education and make them all “tough love” programs where we abuse the children and claim it is the best thing for the “future of america”. Certainly, everyone knows that we must be cruel in order to be kind….. to our profit oriented masters. We could simply then assess the children and know that we have to roll them into the private prisons too. I could see big profit happening that way.

Apr 11, 2014 10:11am EDT  --  Report as abuse
fred5407 wrote:

I just wonder who is going to pay all the investors who have been swindled by the high speed traders. Maybe all the Government regulators should chip in their paychecks for a year or more and the Congress should chip in their campaign money to pay for all the losses they caused by sitting on their butts. The cheating has to stop and that has to start at the top.

Apr 11, 2014 3:23pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
Louieloueye wrote:

It will go back up again but not before dropping twice after rising once before the week is out then it will turn around and do the hoky poky cause that’s what it’s all about.

Apr 11, 2014 9:07pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
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