Film/Movie Recommendations

Discussion in 'Art & Culture' started by Omega133, Aug 13, 2010.

  1. river

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    But the concept was not .
     
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  3. wegs Matter and Pixie Dust Valued Senior Member

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    I’m adding my perception and that’s being generous lol
     
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  5. Dennis Tate Valued Senior Member

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    If you like movies that inform you as well as entertain..... then I would recommend.....



    ALL THE MONEY IN THE WORLD - Official Trailer (HD)
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  7. RainbowSingularity Valued Senior Member

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    that looks good
     
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  8. RainbowSingularity Valued Senior Member

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    must watch movie
    tells it like it is




    does not detail the massive corruption of the insurance scam of mortgage insurance backing
    where lenders made borrowers pay for mortgage repayment insurance
    and then also insured each loan by their own company and at their own pay-out for loss of repayment
    so if the home owner went bankrupt the lender would get full cover & the home owner even though they had paid for re-payment insurance
    would get thrown out on the street with nothing
    and the lender of the money was buying their own insurance on the person they were lending to
    but doing it through a 2nd company to get around regulators
    so the insurance was on a bonded product default
    not directly on the house and not directly on the house loan

    it is the untold story of the 2008 global credit collapse
    insurance company's probably do not want it made public because it makes them look bad as well as banks and other lenders
    wall st bankers and hedge fund managers were the ones doing it
    not banks and retail lenders


    that may be too revealing
    would be a great new movie for mark wahlberg

    those who do not understand finance or listen to people like seattle whos probably friends with all the people who caused the 2008 global collapse......

    the home owner borrows money
    is told they must buy mortgage re-payment insurance in-case they default
    but that insurance only pays the company they borrow from, not them

    then the company they borrowed the home loan from
    sells the loan off as a bond where investors can buy shares in it
    so you have
    investors putting in cash(mortgage bond/stock investor buyers)
    home owners putting in cash

    then the company who create the bonds, who buy all the loans, sell the loans off
    so they dont own the loans any more they just own the stock bond
    and on the other side
    you have the company which has bought all the loans off the home loan seller
    on one side the home loan
    on the other side the same home loan is a bond/stock
    & the company in the middle
    buys its own insurance
    off an insurance company
    insuring the non payment of those loans
    so if the home owner goes bankrupt the home owner gets nothing, the bond collapses and the stock/bond owner gets nothing
    and the company in the middle gets an insurance pay out
    plus all the cash they have been taking
    and they get the property to sell but through a separate company

    thats who wall st people are

    that is capitalism
    capitalism has no morals
     
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