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rising_asset 6 posts  |  Last Activity: Oct 28, 2014 5:29 PM Member since: Jan 12, 2012
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    convincingly back above the 200dsma and 50dsma

    by waitingitout00 Oct 20, 2014 10:17 PM
    rising_asset rising_asset Oct 28, 2014 5:29 PM Flag

    We'll see how long we stay above this time around.

  • rising_asset rising_asset Oct 28, 2014 5:25 PM Flag

    KO is still the #1 soft drink in the world. Right now, KO just needs to focus on adapting to changing tastes and look into healthier drinks. KO's move into energy drinks was the correct response. I'd also like to see KO make a bigger move into the coffee industry.

  • rising_asset by rising_asset Oct 28, 2014 5:12 PM Flag

    In the last thread, I found out a number of individuals had issues calling into GLD's inquiry line. I'd like to hear more on this so if you do have a horror story calling into State Street, feel free to share your account of what happened.

    I called in with some fairly simple questions pertaining to GLD. A rep named Brian introduced himself and offered to answer my questions. As soon as I gave out my first inquiry, I heard someone in the background repeating exactly what I said in an attempt to mock my accent. I had trouble believing that a professional point of contact would pull something like this so I thought I must have heard wrong. I went on with the call and eventually hung up after being ridiculed in the same manner.

    I have since been told by colleagues that 'Brian' likely forgot to put me on mute while putting me on speaker for his 'buddies'. Regardless, there is no excuse to crucify me for their own entertainment. I wonder how many others have they done this to in order to satisfy their personal amusement? I can't imagine any self respecting individual tolerating such garbage. In firms with a professional standard, this would never happen but I suppose this occurs in State Street because they have no concern for their reputation or customers.

  • rising_asset rising_asset Aug 1, 2014 7:20 PM Flag

    Why look for short term gains? It is pointless. Going for the long term gains is where the real money is at.

  • rising_asset rising_asset Aug 1, 2014 7:16 PM Flag

    Because there were not enough folks like you to buy those drinks. Low demand means low profit on this type of product.

  • rising_asset by rising_asset Aug 1, 2014 7:10 PM Flag

    In the last thread, I found out a number of individuals had issues calling into GLD's inquiry line. I'd like to hear more on this so if you do have a horror story calling into State Street, feel free to share your account of what happened.

    I called in with some fairly simple questions pertaining to GLD. A rep named Brian introduced himself and offered to answer my questions. As soon as I gave out my first inquiry, I heard someone in the background repeating exactly what I said in an attempt to mock my accent. I had trouble believing that a professional point of contact would pull something like this so I thought I must have heard wrong. I went on with the call and eventually hung up after being ridiculed in the same manner.

    I have since been told by colleagues that 'Brian' likely forgot to put me on mute while putting me on speaker for his 'buddies'. Regardless, there is no excuse to crucify me for their own entertainment. I wonder how many others have they done this to in order to satisfy their personal amusement? I can't imagine any self respecting individual tolerating such garbage. In firms with a professional standard, this would never happen but I suppose this occurs in State Street because they have no concern for their reputation or customers.

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