FDIC reports Bank of America on its “Failed Bank List” 10-28-2011

Bank of America stock price pushes under $7 a share. What does this mean to the average citizen?

First of all you need to keep in mind that Bank of America traded above $50 in 2008.

On August 22, 2011, Business Insider reported that Bank of America needs to raise a staggering 50 BILLION dollars to stay afloat. The Bank is reporting that they are solvent and not experiencing any problems. The truth is, they are on a stock death spiral, and where do they go from here?

Need More Proof?

FDIC Reports Bank of America on its Failed Banks List October 28, 2011 * Note: It has come to our attention in the past couple of hours that all branches of failed Bank Of America locations have been removed from this website.  We should have taken a screen shot!

Bank of America is closing its Mortgage Unit reported October 3, 2011

But…. According to Business Insider and several other stock adviser companies,
“Sources said price was a major factor with Fortress insisting that B of A “pay them to take the thing off their hands” said one adviser.
In other words, no one wants to buy B of A’s Mortgage Unit.

To add to the sham, it seems that Bank of America is Fortress Investment Group’s ninth largest institutional, this according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Talk about a domino effect?


Congressional Research Service Confirms that Big Banks Borrowed cash for extremely low interest rates, then turned around and lent it back to the Fed’s at higher rates?  See the story here:


Are you getting dizzy yet?

For Bank of America, Countrywide Bankruptcy Is Still an Option, but will they pull the trigger?

And what are Bank of America Customers saying about this?

One customer wrote in and said “Bank of America is in a death spiral. As soon as they announced the decision to charge savers a $5 fee on Thursday, their website was down by the next morning due to all the traffic of people trying to close their accounts. On Saturday and Sunday, their website was up very intermittently”
As of October 31, 2011, NYSE reports
Bank of America’s stock price down 7.06 -0.29 -3.95%

Let’s keep in mind that November 5, 2011 is “National close accounts associated with the Big 5 Banks.”

 www.thetruthdenied.com will report on the results associated with November 5, 2011


In the meantime, hold on to your head, things are looking to get shakier in the financial doom and gloom.



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3 thoughts on “FDIC reports Bank of America on its “Failed Bank List” 10-28-2011”
  1. This all comes back to Nationalizing the banks again, which was the threat in 2008. The company FORTRESS was in the middle of dealings with BofA when they backed out of the deal to purchase Countrywide Mortgage, as well, now BofA claims they were never negotiating with Fortress. But loo up Fortress, they tell a different story.So in answer to your question, it would be the FEDs who would by the BANKS but this is another long story because the Federal Reserve is a private banking institution that has nothing to do with the Federal government, and truth be told, they already own BofA. You see how convoluted this is Carl Spanoghe ?

  2. Okay, just checked the FDIC, and you are all correct. Bank of America was number one. Interesting because in Arizona, they are closing 11 locations by 2012. ALL failed branches are located on the FDIC website, it’s the law. Seems that ALL Bank of America locations, not just the addition on October 28th, 2011 have been removed. WTF?

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