July 21, 2009 08:56 ET Cautions Investors on Big Financials Like Bank of America and Citigroup, Encourages Micro Cap Opportunities

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA--(Marketwire - July 21, 2009) - With the bounce in stock prices off of March's lows, some investors are optimistically putting their money back into the big financials such as Bank of America Corp. and Citigroup Inc. At the risk of sounding like the pessimist at the party, FreeInvestmentReport cautions that they may be acting prematurely. Numerous top economists and elite investors such as Warren Buffet have made strong arguments in recent months that the rally we are experiencing is fundamentally flawed. The large financials, in particular, face a tremendous challenge in returning to health and sustainable profitability. Far better investment opportunities are present in smaller companies - micro caps, small caps and penny stocks - that are nimble, innovative and unburdened by the costs associated with the financial meltdown.

Yesterday, Neil Barofsky, special inspector general for TARP, the $700 billion Troubled Asset Relief Program, pointed out a crack in the present stock rally large enough to drive a truck through. Barofsky said in a prepared statement to a House of Representatives committee that TARP has evolved into a program of "unprecedented scope, scale and complexity."

The bailout watchdog went on to make the deeply troubling remark that TARP, which is soaking up hundreds of billions of dollars of taxpayers' money, is only the tip of the iceberg. "Total potential federal government support could reach up to $23.7 trillion," Barofsky said.

Clearly, despite its recent signs of bullish health, the financial services sector is still on life support. In the absence of continual injections of government funds, many more of the major banks and insurance companies would collapse.

Warren Buffet has called the economic crisis an "Economic Pearl Harbor." Investors should be extremely wary of putting their faith in the too-big-to-fail companies that led us to our present state.

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