Comments on: Can financial greed be contained? http://blogs.reuters.com/edward-hadas/2011/11/09/can-financial-greed-be-contained/ Wed, 07 Oct 2015 17:23:32 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.5 By: traducere daneza http://blogs.reuters.com/edward-hadas/2011/11/09/can-financial-greed-be-contained/comment-page-1/#comment-2619 Mon, 29 Sep 2014 16:26:37 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/edward-hadas/?p=67#comment-2619 WordPress Set up Guide’s last website… The reason Choose All of our Blogger Set up Services =-.

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By: scythe http://blogs.reuters.com/edward-hadas/2011/11/09/can-financial-greed-be-contained/comment-page-1/#comment-167 Thu, 10 Nov 2011 15:53:15 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/edward-hadas/?p=67#comment-167 @ mott – very much in agreement with your comment

@ edward – “a clear understanding of the purpose of the trade: the mutual benefit of all”; nice to have the reminder

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By: lhathaway http://blogs.reuters.com/edward-hadas/2011/11/09/can-financial-greed-be-contained/comment-page-1/#comment-166 Thu, 10 Nov 2011 14:58:32 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/edward-hadas/?p=67#comment-166 Great article. Sadly, the sense of being all in this together is gone in America. Sure, many pay lip service to it, but our whole culture seems to be built around winners and losers, with the winners taking all the spoils. And absolutely no shame whatsoever, even among the financial whizzes who caused, and are still causing, the financial crisis worldwide. Just amazing that we have let the robber barons of the early twentieth century come back, and with gusto.

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By: Darmesh http://blogs.reuters.com/edward-hadas/2011/11/09/can-financial-greed-be-contained/comment-page-1/#comment-165 Thu, 10 Nov 2011 14:16:22 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/edward-hadas/?p=67#comment-165 Excellently written. Superb, “We can get through this thing all right. We’ve got to stick together, though.”

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By: DDearborn http://blogs.reuters.com/edward-hadas/2011/11/09/can-financial-greed-be-contained/comment-page-1/#comment-164 Thu, 10 Nov 2011 13:37:41 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/edward-hadas/?p=67#comment-164 Hmmm

Attempting to equate home buyers with the crooked wall street mafia is at best disingenius and at worst a flat out lie. But nice try there fella. Articles like this that attempt to rationalize and sanitize criminals and their routine violation of every thing that is right and decent is shameful. I am sure that the author of this article has no problem looking into the mirror every morning. Which of course makes his obvious pandering to the criminal class on wall street all the more nauseating.

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By: CarsickPhil http://blogs.reuters.com/edward-hadas/2011/11/09/can-financial-greed-be-contained/comment-page-1/#comment-162 Thu, 10 Nov 2011 09:50:58 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/edward-hadas/?p=67#comment-162 This is a very unequal fight. No one can really threaten the banks, because we are so utterly dependent on them. The answer lies in doing what is necessary, and rather unpalatable, for stability now, but waging a long, steady, non-violent, good humoured campaign to turn things around over future years. This means cheering for the good banks that give fair service to ordinary people and businesses. It means mocking and boycotting those that don’t pay their debts to society. People and companies can drag down the brand value of bad banks by taking their business elsewhere and making public the rationale for their decisions. We can refuse their sponsorship and boycott events that foolishly accept their sponsorship. League tables can rank good behaviour from board room remuneration down to the delivery of decent loans for small companies. This approach can win in the long run. My modest dig at the bad banks starts with a song at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jmEm7cieh xc

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By: Mott http://blogs.reuters.com/edward-hadas/2011/11/09/can-financial-greed-be-contained/comment-page-1/#comment-161 Wed, 09 Nov 2011 22:21:22 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/edward-hadas/?p=67#comment-161 It is refreshing to see the recent well balance, thought provoking and good quality posts by Reuters Columnists. Please keep up the good work.

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By: fred5407 http://blogs.reuters.com/edward-hadas/2011/11/09/can-financial-greed-be-contained/comment-page-1/#comment-160 Wed, 09 Nov 2011 22:03:24 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/edward-hadas/?p=67#comment-160 Somehow we have equated making money to being a good person, and have rewarded and lauded the money makers for making money, and have left out the people who have been and continue to clean up the messed up lives of people who got lost in greed. Now we are stuck looking to the Government to fix the mess, when in prior times we sought our friends and with the help of God we pulled together and fixed up the messes that greedy companies and greedy politicians created. How far we have fallen, and how lame our ambitions have become.

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