Bill Singer, shareholder at Stark & Stark law firm, is frustrated with the lack of restraints on banks' credit businesses. "It might also help if some of these whining banks took into account that their recent profits came from the largesse of the American taxpayer who is funding obscenely inflationary policies to give banks a 0% cost of cash from the Fed," he says.
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