For Subprime, is it Deja Vu All Over Again?

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It may not look exactly the same as late 2007 right now. But there’s no question that it will be deja vu all over again by this time next year. The above commentary and analysis is directly from last week’s Short Seller’s Journal.

When the story of the Duke lacrosse case first broke, Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, and the NAACP all called for the arrest of the lacrosse. Jesse Jackson has been slamming subprime lenders for.

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Deja Vu (All Over Again) (John Fogerty) FULL COVER Deja Vu All Over Again? Subprime MBS Demand "Oversubscribed. – The stock market is at record highs and people with FICO scores as low as 500 are once again happily obtaining mortgages. Not only that, but these mortgages are once again being securitized and are in demand by yield chasers. All of the elements that are necessary for the 2008 subprime crisis to repeat itself are starting to fall back into place.

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The stock market is at record highs and people with FICO scores as low as 500 are once again happily obtaining mortgages. Not only that, but these mortgages are once again being. As your browser does not support javascript you won’t be able to use all the features of the website.

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However, 25% of all auto loans written by large institutions are also subprime – and that accounts for over $97 billion in outstanding debt. Those "too big to fail" institutions apparently didn’t learn any lessons, and neither did the investors who are buying securities based on subprime debt.