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According to the Collins English Dictionary 10th Edition fraud can be defined as: "deceit, trickery, sharp practice, or breach of confidence, perpetrated for profit or to gain some unfair or dishonest advantage".[1] In the broadest sense, a fraud is an intentional deception made for personal gain or to damage another individual; the related adjective is fraudulent. The specific legal definition varies by legal jurisdiction. Fraud is a crime, and also a civil law violation. Defrauding people or entities of money or valuables is a common purpose of fraud, but there have also been fraudulent "discoveries", e.g. in science, to gain prestige rather than immediate monetary gain
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Monday, January 4, 2010

Goldman Sachs Links and News - January 4, 2010

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A brilliant explanation of Goldman Sachs' methods:
Never Say Credit Again
Connecting the Dots in the New World Order: Goldman Sachs: Record ...
By DotConnector
Goldman Sachs: America's Vampire Squid « memoirs on a rainy day
By range
NY Times joins the Populist war against Goldman Sachs
Much of the anger that was formerly directed at Wall Street is being solely directed at one firm: Goldman Sachs. Goldman Sachs has become public enemy ...
Sin-ming Shaw's Blog: Goldman Sachs to the Rescue?
By Sin-ming Shaw
Goldman Sachs, rescued from a probable collapse, is setting aside many billions for its senior staff. Should they not be asked to help out their deficit-ridden Uncle Sam by giving up part of their multibillion dollar bonuses? ...

Goldman Sachs & Friends Take Another Break Tax Break
Goldman Sachs: Record of $23 billion in bonuses for 2009; explaining their ...
Their executives have a revolving door through the US Treasury Department.
Goldman Sachs: 10 Questions for 2010
Wall Street Journal (blog)

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Valerie James said...

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It reveals why the next economic train
wreck is barreling down on us. And when
it hits …
…Some investors are going to get played
and some will get rich.
You DO NOT want to miss this. I printed
this out and my copy is already dog-eared.
And don’t worry – there’s NOTHING TO BUY
He’s giving this report away to let
you know what’s really going on and how
to take advantage of the situation.
You can get your copy at this website:

Anonymous said...

Too bad Goldman and JPM aren't HQ'ed in Iceland...

Anonymous said...

Off topic but if you don't believe there is a 2 tiered system in place..please take or I would be a$$ in jail:

Saleh to Return Gains From Insider Trading
WASHINGTON—Reza Saleh, the longtime friend and employee of H. Ross Perot whom regulators have accused of insider trading, has agreed to turn over all his illicit profits of more than $8.6 million, the Securities and Exchange Commission said on Tuesday.

In September, the SEC charged Mr. Saleh with insider trading in Dell Inc.'s buyout of Perot Systems Corp. The SEC alleged that Mr. Saleh had bought call options in Perot before the deal with Dell was announced.

The SEC obtained a court order at that time freezing all of Mr. Saleh's trading profits.

The terms of the settlement were filed on Tuesday in federal court in Dallas. The SEC is asking the court to appoint a third party to recommend a distribution plan for Mr. Saleh's illegal profits. The SEC also is seeking a financial penalty against Mr. Saleh.

Mr. Saleh didn't admit or deny the charges, but he has agreed to an SEC administrative order barring him from future association with any investment adviser, the SEC said.

Larry R. said...

Off topic yes, but maybe not. It is the two tiered system that we are trying to fight.

There is the "elite" and then there are the rest of us. The laws simply don't seem to apply to the "elite".

If you saw the 60 Minutes piece the other night on the UBS banker that was the whistle blower turning in over 16,000 of their wealthiest clients whom he helped to avoid taxes on over 2 billion dollars. He is the only one going to jail. The others simply made deals and paid the government some taxes and keep enjoying life as free men/women.

Part of what we need to fix is this two class system we now have and to put it back in topic, Goldman Sachs leads the elite and is probably the most "elite".

Goldman not only symbolizes this erosion of democracy, freedom and justice for all but actually may be the architect.

Anonymous said...

Yes the 60 minute piece on the whistle blower....a travesty of justice but message is clear....

We are in power, our friends and family and business interests all have a stake in preserving our reality. If you or others like you can prove impropriety on our part,the ramifications for doing so are peccadilloes in relation to your punishments/sentencings, therefore, please reconsider making things right in your mind as the system is flawed in our favor.

So, why would anyone try to do the right thing, if the only suffering is to be experienced by the whistle blower and his family...there may be subtle differences but this is no different than what criminal organizations do to quiet down eye witnesses ...

the only way these problems get rectified is divine intervention and I think he/she has given up....

RobertM said...

Taibbi has a new piece up about the "elites" you're talking about and how they are using this repub/dem red/blue blame game against us.
Read it here

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