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Originally posted by Eagleheart56
All roads lead back to the Obama adminstration, possibly the most corrupt in American history, definitely the worse president in history, at least Jimmy Carter is happy now.
Originally posted by boondock-saint
an equal and most relevant question is:
WHO bought that stock they sold ???
that answer may surprise you
more than the sale.
Originally posted by hotpinkurinalmint
Is it possible that this is all a coincidence?
A large financial institution like Goldman Sachs is constantly buying and selling securities. It is highly likely that Goldman Sachs could have dropped its BP holdings for several reasons unrelated to the spill. For example, based on oil price projections, Goldman Sachs may have thought it wise to divest itself of petroleum and go into more promising sectors. Someone looking to gain control of BP may have made Goldman Sachs a good offer for its BP stock.
Originally posted by Badgered1
I really wish people would stop using the word "Coincidence".
The word has become a catch-all for explaining away a myriad of untruths, deceptions, scams, and acts of greed. It's lost its true meaning.
Originally posted by rickyrrr
reply to post by atlguy
I found this link with the actual transaction FWIW