Wall Street Fraud Watchdog Warns About the Fragile US Real Estate Market and Suggests Divisive Politics Combined with Iran Getting a Nuke will be an Investor Disaster

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The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is warning all investors to think twice before plunging into the US residential real estate markets, at least for right now, because they fear millions of pipelined residential foreclosures, combined with millions of US homeowners either late, or upside down on their mortgages probably means another ten percent price devaluation between now, and the end of 2012. The group has also been warning for over three years, if Iran gets a nuclear weapon, it becomes a game changer in the Middle East, not only causing a Middle East nuclear arms race, but dramatically increasing the price of global oil, and US gasoline. The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, "If in fact the US economy is beginning to recover, higher oil prices, and heightened paranoia about Iran with a nuclear bomb, would probably put the US economy, and the US stock markets into a tail spin. Add in our fear of the US Presidential elections being the dirtiest in the history of the United States, and 2012 scares us to death. None of this will be good for the US real estate markets. We are in the investor due diligence business, and looking out six months, we see very little to be optimistic about. The only investments we think at this moment that make sense are silver, or other investments that are inflation proof." http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com

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We are in the investor due diligence business, and looking out six months, we see very little to be optimistic about. The only investments we think at this moment that make sense are silver

The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is warning all investors big, or small about not plopping down big on US residential real estate market, at least up until the US Presidential elections are over. The group fears because of the millions of US residential foreclosures in the pipeline combined with millions more US homeowners, that are either late on their mortgage payments, and or upside down, prices probably will continue to fall. The group fears the further US residential real estate valuation declines are based on the economy staying the same, or even slightly improving. The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, "In our opinion why would it be smart to buy a home in the US now, when in all probability it will be worth five, to ten percent less by year's end? Where the stories fall short is what happens if President Obama looks the other way, as Iran gets a nuke. If Iran gets a nuclear weapon it not only creates a Middle East in an all out nuclear arms race, it also probably increases US gasoline prices dramatically, and kills any possible US economic recovery." They also say, "We are becoming super uneasy about the consequences of what could be the nastiest US Presidential election ever. We never thought class warfare was a great idea, nor do we think lack of meaningful leadership from Washington, DC produces a positive outcome for consumer confidence, or the US economy. Again we say get into an investment that is inflation proof." http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com

The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, "What has us most uneasy about the future of the near term US economy is President Obama'a open microphone mishap with outgoing Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on March 28th 2012. Was President Obama referring only to how difficult it is to get things done during an election cycle? At this moment in time why would a sitting US President even have a pleasant conversation with a Russian President? The reason our economy could fail is the Russians have sold Iran a nuclear reactor, and if Iran gets a bomb, we think the US, and Western European economies will fall off a cliff, because of huge spikes in energy costs, and hyper inflation. This mentions nothing of the fact that the Russians are continuing to supply Syria's ruthless leaders with weapons that are being used to butcher their own people. What kind of change you can believe in is that?" http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com

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