‘The Big Short’ Blows Away Bogus Argument That Poor People Caused The

‘The Big Short’ Blows Away Bogus Argument That Poor People Caused The
The movie, directed by Adam McKay of “Anchorman” fame, rightly sets its target on a Wall Street culture that prioritized profits and bonuses over long-term sanity. The banks whipped the market to unsustainable heights because it was lucrative for them …
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Leasing vs. buying your next car
Pros: Lower down payments and monthly payments than required with a conventional auto loan; low repair costs thanks to factory warranties typically tied to the term of the lease (usually three years); easy drop-off or trade-in once the lease expires …
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The Next Subprime Debt Crisis Is Coming
In reality, car sales are high because people are borrowing at record rates to buy them… • Last quarter, the value of U.S. car loans grew by $ 39 billion… It was the 18th … Subprime loans are made to people with poor credit history or no credit …
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