Fireside Chat with Paul Gallagher—9pm EST, February 2, 2017


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  • Lawrence Henni
    commented 2017-02-02 20:39:56 -0500
    Separating banking activities is not the only thing to be done with derivatives.
  • Lawrence Henni
    commented 2017-02-02 20:31:08 -0500
    Issuing money to derivatives is giving value to negative value. Derivatives are broken products that can be recalled. When a brand new car is sold, and there is a defective or broken part in the car, the manufacturer of the car pays for the costs to replace the broken part, all the costs. Of course derivatives are not to be replaced with some other contract that gives one the right to get value where no value is issuable. This is a value regulation issue by nature. Would a National Bank make it easier for the Congress to regulate the value of money?
  • Lawrence Henni
    commented 2017-02-02 17:57:47 -0500
    Can derivatives products be recalled like automobile recalls? A defective product is a defective product, lol.
  • David Dobrodt
    rsvped 2017-02-02 16:50:28 -0500
  • Gerald Pechenuk
    rsvped 2017-02-02 14:16:46 -0500