Sonntag, 16. März 2008

0803-13 / Es ist AUS und VORBEI mit den USA




516 Billionen Schulden in den USA


Die 516 trillion sind zwar nur Schulden in Dollars - also nur in Toilettenpapier - aber es sind Schulden!

Die Summe schreibt sich so:
516.000.000.000.000 USD




"Derivatives the new 'ticking bomb' Buffett and Gross warn: $516 trillion
bubble is a disaster waiting to happen Posted Mar 11, 2008 09:01 AM PST http://www.marketwatch.com/news/story/derivatives-new-ticking-time-bomb/story.aspx?guid=%7BB9E54A5D%2D4796%2D4D0D%2DAC9E%2DD9124B59D436%7D&dist=TNMostRead
Wall Street didn't listen to Buffett. Derivatives grew into a massive
bubble, from about $100 trillion to $516 trillion by 2007".


Ich gebe zu, dass auch mir momentan ob dieser Nachricht die Worte fehlen, aber es erklaert das Vermoegen der Rothschilds, das einige Quellen auf 460 Billionen (trillions) bewerten. Also braucht niemand zu sagen, das Geld sei einfach nur verschwunden.

Wegen der Ungeheuerlichkeit dieser Nachricht steht ausnahmsweise der LINK mit dabei.

Nachdem aber die Nachricht im obigen LINK mit Copyright versehen ist, stelle ich Euch hier nur das Anfangs-'Schmankerl' ein, nicht aber den ganzen Text.

Also hier der Textauszug:


PAUL B. FARRELL

Derivatives the new 'ticking bomb'

Buffett and Gross warn: $516 trillion
bubble is a disaster waiting to happen


By Paul B. Farrell,
MarketWatch
Last update: 7:31 p.m. EDT March 10, 2008

ARROYO GRANDE, Calif. (MarketWatch) -- "Charlie
and I believe Berkshire should be a fortress of financial strength" wrote Warren
Buffett. That was five years before the subprime-credit meltdown.


"We try to be alert to any sort of mega-catastrophe risk, and that posture may make us unduly appreciative about the burgeoning quantities of long-term derivatives contracts and the massive amount of uncollateralized receivables that are growing alongside. In our view, however, derivatives are financial weapons of mass destruction, carrying dangers
that, while now latent, are potentially lethal."

That warning was in Buffett's 2002 letter to Berkshire shareholders. He saw a future
that many others chose to ignore. The Iraq war build-up was at a fever-pitch.
The imagery of WMDs and a mushroom cloud fresh in his mind.


Also fresh on Buffett's mind: His acquisition of General Re four years earlier, about the time the Long-Term Capital Management hedge fund almost killed the global monetary system. How? This is crucial: LTCM nearly killed the system with a relatively small $5 billion trading loss. Peanuts compared with the hundreds of billions of dollars of
subprime-credit write-offs now making Wall Street's big shots look like amateurs.


Buffett tried to sell off Gen Re's derivatives group. No buyers. Unwinding it was costly, but led to his warning that derivatives are a "financial weapon of mass destruction." That was 2002.

Derivatives bubble explodes five
times bigger in five years


Wall Street didn't listen to Buffett.
Derivatives grew into a massive bubble, from about $100 trillion to $516
trillion by 2007
. The new derivatives bubble was fueled by five key
economic and political trends: ..... u.s.w. wie gesagt:
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1 Kommentar:

Bernd hat gesagt…

da kommt ihr jetzt erst drauf?

http://mwhodges.home.att.net/nat-debt/debt-nat.htm.

Viel Gänsehaut dort.