....it implies that Sassano dealt with a late trader, not just timers.
So how well would OPCO handle a $200 million fine? Remember, Guliano backrupted Drexel Burnam. They bankrupted Anderson consulting.
Spitzer could backrupt OPCO! How far does client insurance cover? I believe there is a maximum coverage.
Not only can I not spell that, I don't know what it means. Your vocabulary is very impressive.
There's an interesting over the counter firm called NNCO.OB that had some interesting news today. I typically don't invest in nor do I discuss over the counter securities, but this one made an acquisition recently which is promising (Red Alert). I hear a reverse split is on the way, too.
On GWB, if he is forced into retirement next year, perhaps his younger brother can get him a job working a banana boat for Fresh Del Monte Produce (FDP:NYSE) or something. Marvin used to be an outside board member until they had lawsuit issues and the SEC started asking some questions.
Thanks. I was not taking bribes. I never sat on Harken's (HEC) BOD and didn't do any insider trading as in selling before the bad news hit because my father told me to, either.
I am in town this week meeting with GWB. I might teach him how to trade stocks if he's interested. Certainly he will have a lot of time on his hands next year after he retires.
He and his girlfriend should have chosen Tel Aviv instead of Moscow. The weather's better there this time of year and there's no Putin putting oil braons in jail:
Somebody has been doing a great job selling PipeGuard technology it appears.
Unreal, and to think the FCC is wasting its time/money censuring Howard Stern when there's filth like that being disseminated in the US!
Sassano must be doing a good job in Moscow selling PipeGuard. That MAGS went from 10 to 40 pretty quick.