Thursday, March 23, 2017

CROSSVILLE TENNESSEE

A new study has rated Crossville as one of the highest retirement spots in the state. SmartAsset, a financial technology company recently released its third annual study on The Best Places to Retire and Crossville ranked 2nd out of the Top 10. The study ranks cities by their tax friendliness, recreational and social opportunities for seniors, and availability of medical care.

In a perfect world..........

EBT/SNAP cards would be a outlawed at WalMart.   I would give WalMart maybe a year before they folded.

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

INCIDENTAL COLLECTION. Incidental Surveillance.........

gmafb........

These liberal demo'rats are really a scourge on America.  

C'mon. BE HONEST!

Do any of you remember way back in 2004 or 2005 or 2006 or 2007 when you knew somebody who used a real estate appraiser to help them into a new chunk of real estate?

Appraisers had a tough job back then.   They had to lie to maintain great relationships.

They had to lie to keep the lenders happy  or they didn't lie and never got hired again by that lender.

Think about all the people you know who were in on the greatest scam in my lifetime.

I bet you don't know a single one who went to jail.  I bet you don't know a single one who paid a fine.

I bet you know plenty who still wake up in the middle of the night thinking about their lies.  

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

UGA Bass Anglers

The   ugabassanglers  sent some of the sharpest hooks in their tackle box to the annual budget hearing. Let's hope for the best!

Watch this and weep for America!!!!


Like Maxine Waters another low IQ Democrat.  I have a hard time believing this guy actually is alive and somebody voted for him.

Liberal FACTS on GOLD!!!

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Famous. Fed. Words.

“The simple message is the economy is doing well. We have confidence in the robustness of the economy and its resilience to shocks.” – Janet Yellen, March 15, 2017.

And the WIN goes to the banks, AGAIN!

Banks are in no rush to pay savers and depositors more, or anything for that matter, they wasted no time in piggybacking on the Fed's rate hike by boosting their own Prime Rate, the interest that banks charge their most credit-worthy customers. To be sure, the vast majority of borrowers pay vastly higher interest rates, but Prime - like Libor - serves as the floating benchmark for many, if not most now that Libor is defunct, outstanding secured and unsecured loans, including credit cards and mortgages.
It is those borrowers who may be interested to know that as overnight, virtually every bank has now increased its Prime rate from 3.75% (where it was after the December rate hike) to 4.00%, oh and they have no obligations to notify debtors of the increase
Among the banks who have announced an increase in their Prime rate are the following:
And while savers are once again getting the shaft, and major beneficiary of yesterday's Fed rate hike will be... the banks again. Recall that the Fed pays lenders Interest on Excess Reserves, or IOER, which as of today is 1.00%. And since currently there is $2.13 trillion in outstanding bank excess reserves (a number which fluctuates depending on whether banks are using other Fed liquidity conduits at any given moment), it means that as of today, the Fed will pay banks $21.3 billion in interest on reserves every year (assuming the Fed does not hike more), an increase of just over $5 billion from the $16 billion in annualized interest banks were received from the Fed until yesterday.

At one time long ago I worked for a massive bank.   Had a good boss. He is probably still whipping his bankster brokers into a frenzy to "help" the blue hairs.  Don't you find it amazing that over the last decade America has added $10,000,000,000,000 in debt and kept fed fund interest rates around 1% and still can't get an economic recovery going? The blue hairs didn't stand a chance then and they sure don't now.  Work a lifetime and a bank gives near zero interest on your money. Thank you Janet Yellen very much.         

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