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Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Recession Breaking; The JP Morgan Way!

By Gavin J. King

JP Morgan has a new slant on recent real estate news, as bad as that has been, which has inspired them to hire an additional 1200 loan officers in the U.S.. In case you did not know who they are, they are the Wall Street bankers who acquired WAMU to get out from under several billion dollars worth of tax money they owe to the government. Remember them now? Pretty sure it helped out.

They also went after and managed to buy failed Wall Street competitor, Bear Stearns, who ex-Goldman Sachs honcho Ben Bernanke and Hank Paulson decided wasn't worthy of a bailout.

The central strategy for hiring the additional 1200 loan officers is to place them across the country in loan centers and banks, for easy access to all real estate markets. What baffles me is their logic for the hiring trend. With the stated justification being that the real estate market could be turning around and beginning to show signs of improvement, JP Morgan simply wants to be in the best possible position for the home loan clientele. That is not an exact quote but you get the idea.

My question is what do they know that we are not hearing from the media? Any particular week, the unemployment figures loom and swell to larger levels than the previous week? For the majority of people, this is illogical, unless they know more than everybody else somehow.

To get to the heart of the matter, I will make my main point. JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs have both been waiting to start lending again to maximize their own profits at the expense of the American consumer and home buyers and sellers expense.

As irrational as this decision seems to be, moves like this frequently predicate an unseen change to the vast majority of ignorant and uneducated onlookers, but to the real big players they tend to indicate a possible turn around in the real estate market for our nation! - 23208

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