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Tuesday, December 18, 2007


home loans

The business people have learned well. They know that a recession doesn't hurt the rich. It gives them an opportunity to buy real assets from the working class at bargain prices.


The subprime meltdown has led hundreds of companies to change their investment strategies, while multiple lawsuits are threatening the industry causing what are sure to be sweeping changes to the regulatory landscape. Therefore, events like are very informational and provide business professionals with the solutions to arising problems as a result of the Subprime crisis.

Albert Franklin

Maybe FINRA can sort through more of what is happening with subprime houseing defaults!

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