10 reasons Wall Street may crash
Amnesia: Since 2008, Wall Street's memory erased »1 of 10 «
Henny Ray Abrams, AP
Banks have no memory of extreme crisis or of what can happen when a nation lets huge amounts of risk build up outside the required safeguards in economies. Bank insiders are short-term thinkers who discount long-term costs to zero, and pass them on to taxpayers.
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