I wish I'd cashed out on election day.
Update: This might have something to do with it.
Meanwhile, House Financial Services Chairman Barney Frank said in an interview that he is weighing tougher rules on shareholder rights and stricter conditions on the $700 billion financial rescue package.Excellent. More centralized control from the people that brought you the crisis in the first place.
Mr. Frank added that a central point of Democrats' plans would be the creation of a "systemic-risk regulator." It could have unprecedented powers over a wide range of financial institutions, from insurance firms to hedge funds ...