Traders joking, the beginning - page 85

HBevan
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HBevan  
mladen:
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Haha, pretty good one.

HBevan
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HBevan  

Too big to fail, right!??!?

Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  

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Guess we are going to have more "statements" from them

pavaka
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pavaka  

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mladen:
Guess we are going to have more "statements" from them

They were using repainting indicators:)

brax64
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brax64  

This is for real!!!!

.... They told me that they will take responsibility for any losses that could have affected any customers...

but who will pay for the medical expenses after my heart attack...????

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pavaka
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pavaka  
Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  

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Interesting bottoms for those 2 candles : exactly the same :):)

So much about "accidents" or "bugs"

brax64:
This is for real!!!!

.... They told me that they will take responsibility for any losses that could have affected any customers...

but who will pay for the medical expenses after my heart attack...????
pavaka
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pavaka  

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khe x 30...:) "This is a very interesting interview, and O'Brien talks about the JP Morgan prop trade debacle. Jamie Dimon initially said the losses were $2 billion. Now people are talking about it being $7 billion. I think it is $30+ billion. Why? Because as ZeroHedge pointed out, JP Morgan has stopped their stock buy-back program even though their share price has tanked. Interestingly, JPM was told by the Fed that IF they suffered a $31 Billion dollar prop trade loss, they would have to suspend all stock buy-backs.

Uh-huh. Dollars to doughnuts says JPM lost at minimum $30 billion."

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Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  

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And the "statements" keep pouring in :):)

When it all ends, we shall have a book to read (and probably even a movie that will be made from that book, what the hell, if they could "lose" $30 billion, why should not they make a "little extra" millions on the story how did they did it)

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PS: maybe they should have read the definition for "lose" and then they would not use it so frequently in their "statements" : "to come to be without (something in one's possessionor care), through accident, theft, etc."

Pava:
khe x 30...:) "This is a very interesting interview, and O'Brien talks about the JP Morgan prop trade debacle. Jamie Dimon initially said the losses were $2 billion. Now people are talking about it being $7 billion. I think it is $30+ billion. Why? Because as ZeroHedge pointed out, JP Morgan has stopped their stock buy-back program even though their share price has tanked. Interestingly, JPM was told by the Fed that IF they suffered a $31 Billion dollar prop trade loss, they would have to suspend all stock buy-backs.

Uh-huh. Dollars to doughnuts says JPM lost at minimum $30 billion."

Barnhardt.biz - Commodity Brokerage