The SEC, Security & Exchange Commission, is fouling up a decision which is really a no brainer decision in not expanding its prohibition on naked short selling in the stock market to all bank, investment bank, mortgage and mortgage insurer stocks. In the past six months confidence in these industries has been shaken terribly, the SECs job is to insure confidence, stability and soundness in these vital industries which expanding this short selling restriction would aid. This naked short selling behavior clearly violates financially sound practices principles. It should be a given in the equities or any investment market that before a person or entity sells a stock or investment instrument it is burrowing that it has a binding agreement to burrow that stock or instrument, concepts such as honesty, for one, compelling call for this to be the case. Ending this shady practice of naked short selling for all financial related industry stocks obviously would generally speaking reduce the amount of short positions for stocks in these industries in the future which would likely reduce the drop in value of stocks in these industries in the future which is a good thing because it is important to the health of the U.S. economy these vital industries be strong.