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Last week the Bush administration spoke of "overcorrections," now it's warming to the writedown of principal.
"This seems to be the beginning of one of the worst overcorrections I've ever seen," said Doreen Mogavero, president of floor-brokerage firm Mogavero, Lee & Co.
It took another ten minutes and I made the overcorrections and hit the power too late because she was going down like a stone and I panicked and Thompson went on talking into my headset, repeating himself so often that I didn't have enough time to assess anything for myself.
While past economic down cycles are typically caused by monetary tightening, the one we have now was triggered by imbalances in our financial system due to credit system woes and a swinging pendulum of overextensions then overcorrections in the markets.
This, though, fails just as terribly as the graphics -- the motion recognition is horribly sloppy and imprecise, and you'll be fighting against the overcorrections the game tries to make for your movements constantly.