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Stephen Bernard, AP Business Writer: Propaganda

Stephen Bernard, AP Business Writer, writes today:

“NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks tumbled Thursday after two disappointing economic reports renewed investors’ concerns about the pace of a recovery. The Dow Jones industrial average fell about 165 points in afternoon trading. Broader indexes also fell by more than 1.5 percent. Interest rates also fell sharply as investors flocked to the safety of Treasury bonds. The Labor Department said claims for unemployment benefits rose unexpectedly last week and the Federal Reserve of Philadelphia said manufacturing activity in the mid-Atlantic region has dropped during August.”

Sounds like a simple report from the AP, right? Nonsense. Think about the two words bolded.

Financial Literacy: Not on the Horizon

Just saw this headline and article from Associated Press:

New financial rules might not prevent next crisis. Sweeping financial overhaul will change many rules, but loopholes could allow another crisis.

When you read that you are left with one of two choices:

1. The author(s) have no idea what they are talking about.
2. The author(s) are purposefully not telling the truth.

Bubbles (read: “crisis”) are a part of human condition. They will never be eliminated. Government rules will NEVER keep human beings from building financial bubbles. Why is this such a simple concept to outline, but seemingly beyond the comprehension of all journalists?

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