Aug 9 2014

Masters of debt easing access to debt again: FICO score adjustments will allow people to take on more leverage at market peaks.

It is no coincidence that as the market gets long in the tooth, the crafty financial sector is looking for ways to offload products onto the public. This is the modus operandi of Wall Street in that after a historic bull run brought on by massive financial assistance from the government and Fed, it is […]

Jan 19 2010

Credit Card Companies Pulling Back Credit Offers to American Households: Those Zero Percent Offers have now Turned into 30% Offers with Annual Fees. Banks have over $2 Trillion in Excess Reserves yet are unable to Offer a Decent Credit Card Rate.

Credit cards are ubiquitous like air in the American economy.  Virtually every American that can qualify for a credit card has one (or many) in their wallet.  Credit card companies have flooded the market with millions of plastic rectangles that have now come back to bite many American consumers.  If we rewind back to the […]

Dec 3 2009

FICO and the Credit Card Financial Prison: How a Three Digit Credit Score Reflects Consumerism and not Financial Independence.

Americans carry $900 billion in credit card debt.  Approximately 75 percent of all those eligible for credit, those that are 18 years or older, have a credit rating score at any given time.  This mysterious three digit score named a FICO Score is the basis for loans, interest rates, and should reflect your ability to […]


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