Discussion in 'Wall St. News' started by hippie, Dec 27, 2010.
Obviously they are not trading enough and trying to make it on traditional banking type business.
Spare me the details.
How would the WSJ possibly know such a thing.
Even if they did know, this would be old news to Ben & co. Ya think the Fed is going to read about this in the paper?
In the future, all businesses will be hedge funds. It won't matter if you're Exxon, Starbucks, Sears, KFC, Taco Bell, Best Buy, a pizza joint, a dry cleaner, JPM, BAC or GS. :eek:
I think anyone accepted into college is a highly leveraged hedge fund. Those suckers are blowing up every semester. Pizza and beer on cc, student loans. Dude..... I trade music.
Don't forget about all of those hot, buxom, Jewish girls from Long Island and northern New Jersey at school too.
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