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The Credit/Debt Crisis: A Depression Era Stock Market and America's Financial Failure?

With the Dow Jones Industrial Average below 9000, we are witnessing an epic battle between the forces of a stock market crash and possible economic deflation, on the one hand, and the might of the Federal Reserve and government, on the other. We face frozen credit markets and a huge debt burden on our citizens and government that has built over decades as both citizens and the federal government have been living beyond their means.

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Call to the Bernanke Federal Reserve: Round up the Debt!

Sir John Templeton's sentiment that never before in U.S. history has our government and its citizens accumulated the level of financial debt as we have recently was referenced in my February 28th, 2007 article. And it is the citizenry who usually suffers from the eventual debt reckoning, forcing a decline in their living standards, Templeton believes.

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Bad Banks, Good Banks during a Credit Crunch: Opportunity Knocks

This article might be titled, How You Can Make a Fortune by Investing in Strong Banks During a Credit Crunch. In my article Monday March 5, 2007: Are Stocks Still Worthwhile Investments? I stated in reference to at that time lesser possibility of contagion in the subprime mortgage problem, "The only thing that I believe could affect the economy and equities would be for the authorities to starve the system of providing mortgage money to potential borrowers - in other words, a credit crunch."

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