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    "The banks, (as well as Government Investment Portfolios) via derivatives will be holding the "Short" side at the top, and reverse to the "long" side at the bottom. "-- Some reality therapy.

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    Re: Top 25 Derivative Bank Nightmares

    Just an fyi that every one of these topics shows up in the "new posts" search, ensuring that topics with ongoing conversation are bumped off the front page. I'm under the impression that a lot of people use this option.

    Carry on.

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      Re: Top 25 Derivative Bank Nightmares

      Originally posted by WDCRob View Post
      Just an fyi that every one of these topics shows up in the "new posts" search, ensuring that topics with ongoing conversation are bumped off the front page. I'm under the impression that a lot of people use this option.

      Carry on.
      Don't worry. That's an one time thing, when we turned on the spigot. From now on the most we'll get is 5 new links per every 4 hours.
      Ed.

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        Re: Top 25 Derivative Bank Nightmares

        Originally posted by Fred View Post
        Don't worry. That's an one time thing, when we turned on the spigot. From now on the most we'll get is 5 new links per every 4 hours.
        I've been wondering when the management would do something to solve the problem with there not being enough around here to read. What with the few posts with few links that currently make it here, it was clear for a long time we need more things to read.

        Keep up the good work, and is there anyway you could bump that up to 10 an hour?
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          Re: Top 25 Derivative Bank Nightmares

          Originally posted by Jim Nickerson View Post
          I've been wondering when the management would do something to solve the problem with there not being enough around here to read. What with the few posts with few links that currently make it here, it was clear for a long time we need more things to read.

          Keep up the good work, and is there anyway you could bump that up to 10 an hour?
          Heck, we can get ya 100 an hour if you'd like. We're trying to figure out how to NOT include the RSS News Feeds forums among the New Posts. Then if you feel bad about not being able to keep up with all of the stuff there is to read on the Tulip, you'll have to make the effort to go to the RSS News Feeds Forum for your self-punishment.

          Any other news feeds folks want added besides the Implode-o-Meter sites? Or is that enough?
          Ed.

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            Re: Top 25 Derivative Bank Nightmares

            Is this possibly why the SEC eliminated the Short Sale Tick Test on 7/6/07; so the banks can profit on the way down as well as when the profited on the way up?

            http://www.sec.gov/news/digest/2007/dig062807.txt

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