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Here's What Should Really Scare Investors About Bank Stocks

Wall Street has fallen out of love with Wall Street.

Back in early December, at the Goldman Sachs Financial Services conference, the bank’s lead bank analyst Richard Ramsden asked the assembled crowd what they thought the prospects of bank stocks would be in the coming year. 873 more words


Donald Trump Ted Cruz Goldman Sachs and the Zionist Oligarchs

I’m not a fan of David Duke’s past ties with the KKK but he brings up some very good points pertaining to Zionism. I personally am not somebody who thinks that Jewish people are to blame for every problem we have in the world. 105 more words


What did Hillary Clinton say in her speeches to Goldman Sachs?

 During one of the debates Hillary Clinton stated she would look into the possibility of releasing the transcripts of her speeches she made to Goldman Sachs. 474 more words


EMC Executives Defend Blockbuster Deal With Dell

EMC’s leaders want to make something clear to investors who worry that Dell’s blockbuster $67 billion deal to buy their company may fall though.

It will close on time, EMC lead director William Green promised, “unless an act of god happens.” 422 more words


At the End of the Day

Tonight I offer you a subtle mélange of the real and the surreal. See if you can spot the difference.

In a shock, unexpected, left-field and totally predictable move today, UK Prime Minister Avid Cameldung announced to a silent House of Commons that his patience with the Vote Leave campaign was exhausted. 901 more words

Ted Cruz: First President of the North American Union?

Ted Cruz says he believes in you… that is why he’s running… but should we believe in him? Just who is Ted Cruz? After my quick hit news report on Monday the youtube comments section erupted. 503 more words

It's Unbelievably Hard to Get a Job at Goldman Sachs

Bagging a job at Goldman Sachs ’ is a phenomenon rarer than receiving an acceptance letter from Harvard University.

During a presentation in Miami Tuesday, the investing giant reported that roughly 3% of its applicants, or 9,700 out of 313,000, secured a position in 2015. 305 more words