Monday, October 10, 2011

OWS and the Possibility of a Second Crash

This is a hazardous season for the global financial system.  European politicians dither in the face of impending sovereign defaults and a re-recession that imperil their core banks, and big players on this side of the Atlantic, like BoA and Morgan Stanley, are clearly staggering.  While the odds of a second financial meltdown during the coming month or two are still well under 50%, they are not at all negligible.

What if the meltdown arrives, and Wall Street is still occupied?

This is really up to the occupiers, and I hope they are huddling on a contingency strategy as I write.  If the bottom falls out, they will find themselves with an extraordinary public platform—if they are prepared to use it.

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