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Occupy Wall Street: What’s Really Going On?

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    October 7, 2011

    20111005_235005This is the BoomBustBlog view of the “Occupy Wall Street” protests, the view that you just won’t get through the MSM… It’s ironic that the police came out in force to protect the institutions whose massive bonus’s were derived, in large part, from raping and pillaging professional sheeple pools such as police pension funds. That’s the sound of the beast…

    [youtube width=”500″ height=”400″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nJI7gMeu4xY&feature=player_embedded[/youtube]

    Here’s some more evidence of the risks of journalism when cops are out to defend those who pillage their pensions…

    [youtube width=”500″ height=”400″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-YXuvhg8Ahw&feature=player_embedded[/youtube]

    It appears as if I may have went over the head of a few skeptical readers with the “rape the police pension” bit, so here’s an indepth tutorial of how it works for those so inclined to learn…

    The Conundrum of Commercial Real Estate Stocks: In a CRE “Near Depression”, Why Are REIT Shares Still So High and Which Ones to Short?

    Key excerpts…

     

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    Let’s take a look at another big bonus development exercise, marketing push they made into residential MBS a few years ago…

    Apathy and the need to masochistally follow name brand investors is what enables this malarchy, and is what has allowed CRE prices to be artificially elevated this high for this long. Believe you me, reality will reassert itself and will do so in quite the destructive fashion. Again, For Those Who Chose Not To Heed My Warning About Buying Products From Name Brand Wall Street Banks, and “Blog vs. Broker, whom do you trust!”

    Believe it or not, very few institutional investors are interested in seeing the mechanics of how they have been bilked to fund Wall Street bonuses. I have been very generous with the CRE analysis on BoomBustBlog, but there have been relatively few takers for custom analysis. For those institutional investors who actually care about making money, or at least not losing 91% of it, I suggest you go through the public version of the model designed to create the analysis above. You can download it here: Real estate fund illustration & Interactive model Real estate fund illustration & Interactive model 2009-12-23 12:54:21 174.50 Kb. For those with even more interest, you should download our 2010 CRE outlook: CRE 2010 Overview CRE 2010 Overview 2009-12-16 07:52:36 2.85 Mb and our CRE consulting capabilities statement: CRE Consulting Capabilities CRE Consulting Capabilities 2009-12-17 14:17:01 655.48 Kb. I must say, any client of mine would have been very hard pressed to lose 91% of their money in a Goldman or Morgan Stanley fund.

     

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    Reggie Middleton is an entrepreneurial investor who guides a small team of independent analysts to uncover truths, seldom if, ever published in the mainstream media or Wall Street analysts reports. Since the inception of his BoomBustBlog, he has established an outstanding track record

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