Wall Street Fraud Watchdog Warns All Investors About the Potential for an Extremely Volatile 2012 US & Global Economy From Real Estate to Stock Markets & Commodities

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The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is warning that 2012 has storm clouds on the horizon, and the group is warning all investors to be extremely cautious. With millions of home foreclosures in the US mortgage pipelines, and a recent spike in US homeowners going delinquent on their mortgage payments, the group sees no possible chance for a rebound, or stabilization of US home prices. In fact, because of the foreclosure situation is so bad, the group expects another 5% to 10% further devaluation in US residential real estate markets. Just as worrisome to the group is the political climate in Washington, DC, where the Obama Administration has tied its political fortunes to class warfare pitting upper income citizens, or even middle class income citizens, against those, who are not. The group expects the US 2012 Presidential elections to be possibly the most divisive in US history, with the worry being the more divisive the politics, the less certain people are about the economy. The group also doubts the European debt crisis will end well, with a possible break up of the Euro. Most worrisome to the group is the potential for widespread conflict in the Middle East, involving Iran's attempt to get a nuclear weapon, or Iran's involvement in anti government protests on the Arabian Peninsula, or in Syria. As the group looks into 2012, the only smart economic plays they see are silver, or oil futures. http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com

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Unless all US States embrace a we are open for business attitude, and or the US gets back into the manufacturing business, in a serious way, we are not going to improve the US unemployment picture

The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is saying, "There is no possible way to paint a rosy picture for the US economy in 2012, and with so much uncertainty, there is no way to paint a very rosy picture for the global economy for this upcoming year either. This includes the US, and global stock markets. From shattered US residential real estate markets, to the divisive politics of a desperate US President, willing to go to the ACORN bag of tricks, to no real answers for the European debt crisis, or the fact that the United States has its own debt crisis, that includes a $15 trillion dollar national debt, and a $4 trillion city, county, and state debt, with no answers, and no leadership from anyone, there is not much to be optimistic about." The group says, "Compounding our fears is the uncertainty of the Middle East, and Iran getting a nuclear weapon, or the Muslim Brotherhood seizing power in Egypt, or in many cases Iran meddling with countries on the Arabian Peninsula, or in Syria. Any major conflict in the Middle East could create a very real possibility of $150 per barrel of oil, or even higher, and we think that would literally doom most Western economies, along with much of the rest of the world, because of the potential for hyper inflation." http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com

The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is saying, "There are no quick fixes to the US, or global economies. We think one reality everyone in the US has to accept is for the foreseeable future most major US companies will not be hiring, or they will only hire based on the need to replace existing staff. Unless all US States embrace a we are open for business attitude, and or the US gets back into the manufacturing business, in a serious way, we are not going to improve the US unemployment picture." http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com

The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, "As we look into 2012, we are very worried. With no bipartisan plan to embrace sustainable private sector jobs, or to recreate the US manufacturing sector, we actually see unemployment getting worse. Because we expect the mandatory 10% reduction in US federal spending, we actually see the US unemployment rate growing, not declining. At this moment the only smart plays we see are go to cash, buy silver from a reputable dealer, and or invest in oil companies, or oil futures. We'd love to say buy US residential real estate right now. However, we expect more price devaluations in most major US real estate markets in 2012, so we are not advising anybody to buy residential real estate, unless there really is an upside. http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com

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