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Interesting analysis

When even the Harvard Business Review throws up all over stock buybacks, you know it is only a matter of days before Obama signs an executive orders banning these for good (as he should have back in April 2012 when we explained why it is all the Fed's fault that instead of investing in growth and expansion, companies are instead cashing out their stockholders and boosting management equity-linked comp to record levels).
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-03-12/harvard-business-review-throws-all-over-stock-buybacks

Taxpayers and workers brought GM out of bankruptcy, yet it is the hedge funds that will reap the biggest rewards. Taxpayers and workers should demand that open-market repurchases by all companies be banned. Stock buybacks manipulate the stock market and leave most Americans worse off. In this case, it is clear that what is good for the hedge funds is bad for the United States.
 

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That's how the game works. The trick is to play along until the rich slips up. Then you take your chance to win! In due time many things in this world will change for the greater good of humanity! :)
 

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That's how the game works. The trick is to play along until the rich slips up. Then you take your chance to win! In due time many things in this world will change for the greater good of humanity! :)
hope and change?
 

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That's how the game works. The trick is to play along until the rich slips up. Then you take your chance to win! In due time many things in this world will change for the greater good of humanity! :)
I think that's part of the scheme though. Everyone has the hope that if they wait, they will eventually find their chance to become super rich.

In reality that happens to basically no one.
 
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