Heads up feedback from a Banker
Exclusive: U.S. banks told to make plans for preventing collapse
Steve this did not come out by accident - as you said nothing ever does with the MSM. I work for Wells Fargo Co and have touched base with you before when I can. I just wanted to also back your knowledgeable alerts from V that something is going on in the background that the general public does not know about. I am the individual who will on occasion have to be working over the weekend if a crisis might happen. Especially when the world and the markets seem to be in turmoil and nobody knows what Monday will bring. War in the Middle East? Asia collapses? Bird flu breaks out?
What should be taken away from the last year is that we have moved from the realm over the last 40 years from some financial disaster/crash rarely ever happening to it's going to happen however no one really knows when, but it will. This would be unheard of even 15 years ago of worrying about what will happen in Europe or the world over the weekend to now where major financial institutions have to have analyst like myself and others being on stand by just in case. I bring that up because of the article above about how the banks are on their own. It's just something to keep in mind in case things ever go "sideways" or "the black swan" event appears. I know you now this, but I wanted to thank you for having a show and I website to alert your readers. I am not saying that anything is happening this weekend, but it is becoming more frequent for financial institutions to be on alert and on the edge.
I will try to keep you up to date if anything happens.
God bless Hawk, you and your listeners. Yours in Christ,
Aug 12, 2012