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Or is what's good for Wall Street more generally good for the elite?
ChipmunkErnie ChipmunkErnie 61-65, M 7 Answers Nov 7, 2012 in Hobbies

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No, beware of the rollercoaster at Wall Street. Greed brings corruption.

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No. At the moment they're merely a necessary evil because upwards mobility can't function without lenders, but I have to believe there's a better system out there.

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We've been living in a country of downward mobility since Reagan

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It's a rigged system. I just don't know any other that can facilitate loans for education and homes, capital for innovation, and opportunities to small investors.

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Nope. Betting on the movement of perceived value creates no value except those who (like Romney) can leverage that to raid companies for their assets.<br />
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Now, more than ever, wall street needs to be regulated with a new Glass-Steagall (nope, the Barney Frank bill is weak tea and pretty damned stupid) and the rich need to be ***** mined of their wealth and kicked to the curb.

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I think what's good for Main Street should be good for Wall Street.

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