Please Press #1 if:
You're Bradley Cooke and your wife's funding needs this month are more than $5 Million.
Press #2 if:
You want EXK Dept. of Statistics to fudge some numbers before todays release.
Press #3 if:
You want to know what Numbers Goldman Suchs has requested today.
Press #4 if:
You want to know what Yahoo Pumper is working the boards today.
Press #5 if:
You're a EXK Director who has not recieved your current ski stipend for Feb. 2013.
Press #6 if:
You're from Canada and wish to thank US bagholders for being so gullible. (will they ever learn?)
Press #9 if:
You're former Bre-Ex managers and the Huns are at your door. We will send you an employment application to work at EXK.
Press #0 if:
You're the average EXK shareholder------Because that's what you are! A ZERO!
Press #11 if you want answer's as to why it took us 70 days to publish EXK resource estimates.
You will be transferred to our Brooklyn Bridge Subsidiary. Please be patient as Mr. Madoff is allowed only one phone line.
I'm sure all you financial wizards know who Ann is don't you??
More FDIC Smoke And Mirrors
Posted By Ann Barnhardt – February 8, Ad 2013 8:47 AM MST.
A reader sent this in. Effective December 31, 2012, FDIC insurance became AGGREGATED with a maximum PER OWNER cap of $250,000.
Many of you are under the impression that FDIC protection is per account, and thus if you just keep your money spread around and never keep more that a quarter-mil in cash in any one bank that you are "safe".
Nope. It is tied to your Social Security number / Tax ID number now.
And remember, total bank deposits in the U.S. are somewhere around TEN TRILLION DOLLARS and the FDIC deposit insurance fund as of March 31, 2012 had a whopping $15 BILLION.
Bottom line: if you think your bank deposits are "insured" or "safe" because of FDIC protection, you’re totally irrational.
December 31, 2012
As scheduled, the unlimited insurance coverage for noninterest-bearing transaction accounts provided under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act expired on December 31, 2012. Deposits held in noninterest-bearing transaction account are now aggregated with any interest-bearing deposits the owner may hold in the same ownership category, and the combined total insured up to at least $250,000.
Don't call today. They're closed for "Family Day".....actually Family Week. Entire management team in Switzerland skiing while your stock drops. silver down 2%. EXK down 7%.
Top ten %losers on Friday....at least it's making the headlines:)
Press #12 if you wish to participate in our Express Yahoo ID program to attack that darn Datbe!....help management keep free coffee in the cafeteria (and their constant in-the money-options).
Join now and Brad will throw in a free coffee mug with his picture strategically placed around the rim.
It's more than one computer. You can have one computer controlling the cluster with Linux software with NFS and SSH, Using pre-complied version MPI software. There are many thousands of college students, industry tech employees and even your slightly above average skilled computer user has done this. It's not rocket science.