This video does mention Goldman Sachs just past the midpoint but its emphasis is on the fraud that took place in the mortgage business and the ongoing fraud that is taking place in the foreclosures. Janet Tavakoli is a national treasure as far as explaining matters concerning derivatives and securities. The US is very fortunate to have such an honest person explaining the financial meltdown in general and the foreclosure business in particular.
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