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January 24, 2008

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Took a lot of time to read but I really found this very interesting and informative, thank you buddy for sharing.

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It is as if the Government is purposely deteriorating the market for their own financial gain-- oh wait they are

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Great post .. wish someone would update it ! its all about business i guess

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Stock trading and large parts of bond trading had gone electronic.

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But JP Morgan could buy Merrill or Lehman or Bear Stearns instead. Bank of America will merge with who's left.

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How about hedge funds or private equity? Lots of money will be made buying distressed debt at the bottom of this cycle, but most of it by firms that are small partnerships on a relative basis, and I don't see them gearing up huge sales forces to become big players. But that can be fixed.

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