Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Tuesday ramblings........

The world is on sale, head to any mall...........zero percent financing for cars and homes will be the rage next year.........they can't sell them any other way...............Toyota eating GM's lunch.......whattaday!!!

Some of the best humor we get here every week is when we get to listen to the lament of clients of brokerage firms tell us the stories that their brokers weave. If they wouldn't lose so much money it might be really funny. We heard a good one yesterday on some excuses as to why the customer had gotten hammered since May. He said he is coming in next month to transfer all his accounts here. If he doesn't he loves abuse.

The software salesmen who kept calling us at every inopportune hour, (the guy was in a different time zone so he never paid attention to what time he would call here) was a real hoot.
His tale of being a former futures and derivatives trader was great........... it's funny how guys who wash out of making themselves or clients any money usually gravitate to selling software to help those who do.

Yahoo is a great short here.

Imus. Don brings out the best in Al and Jesse........two reverends who have never held a real job in their lives. You got to be kidding, right?

Market volume is muted. Summer is here, enjoy your day.

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