Category Archives: Occupy Wall Street

Update on US Banks and the Euro Area – Things Look Grim

Now on to a somewhat less happy topic, namely the US banks, especially the so-called ‘TBTF’ banks. As long time readers are probably aware, we have always held that people will tend to underestimate the ‘stickiness’ of the down cycle in real estate. However, there are a number of historical examples of which the most pertinent is probably Continue reading →

Credit Unions Signed 40,000 Members Nov. 5 via bloomberg.com

Credit unions attracted more than 40,000 new account holders last week during the so-called Bank Transfer Day, according to a Washington-based trade group.

Member institutions reported about $80 million in new savings, Continue reading →

We Started #Oct17 We Pushed #Nov5 Now We Reinforce the Fight

Push came to shove, and we shoved hard. Millions of voices around the world were heard as hundreds of thousands of people closed out bank accounts starting in October and pushing through with strong and loud protests in solidarity with Occupy Wall Continue reading →

Something Inspirational

I sat last night on irc and thought to my self I need to keep pushing Operation Cash Back, I need something inspiration to say, then I had remembered a tweet that @A_Friendly_Foe had tweeted to me, I know its from a movie but my goodness if this speech did not give me chills. Everyone who has participated in this operation, be it moving your money, or RT is made up of this speech. I ask you to read it, or listen to it, its brilliantly worded and suits exactly what is going on in our world right now. Continue reading →