What I'm Beating TLP With: 5/23/10

Monday, May 24, 2010 0 Comments

The paperboy is lucky, I'm going easy on him this week. Europe has dominated the news and frankly I am sick of talking about it.

Wells Fargo Unveils New Personal Services See, I thought it was hot when TLP asked me to step into the bathroom with my smartphone for the first time but maybe that's just me. Customer service: this Wells Fargo loan officer is doin it wrong. (LOLFed)

Wall Street Threatens Washington as Reform Vote Approaches; Europe Acts Pre-emptively Against Fraud "Anyone close to the market can see this manipulation. It is neither sophisticated nor clever." (Jesse's Café Américain)

Alleged Experts vs. Those With Skin in the Game Blah blah blah blah, alleged experts. I think we know who is right. (Financial Armageddon)

No Deflation Here TRB gets squishy and reminds us that even in a doomsday hyperinflation scenario, love is still worth more than gold, as is a special edition of Bob Dylan's "Blood on the Tracks". Awww (The Reformed Broker)

Danger in Numbers: The Decline of Paper Currency “…when the idiots at the European Central Bank and the US Federal Reserve can press a button and produce a trillion dollars from thin air, who needs math? All you need is gold, and lots of it.” Word. We hate math. (Daily Reckoning)

A collateralised eurozone debt obligation? Is the eurozone one big CDO gone bad? (FT Alphaville)

New Kitco DEM Page Lets Rumors About Germany Abandoning the Euro Fly We missed you, Deutschmark! (The Prudent Investor)

Jr Deputy Accountant

Some say he’s half man half fish, others say he’s more of a seventy/thirty split. Either way he’s a fishy bastard.