Remote work, affects the economy. Turns out. And this article is geared towards more Corporations than small office bunch or freelancers. So don’t get your Jimmies in a knot. No longer need all them office spaces nor use a whole bunch of cars. Cuts down on transportation and carbon emissions. The Office spaces go derelict… Read More Corporate media doesn’t like Remote Work
The argument is that; PFOF is supposed to be good for retail investors and not a means for front running your trades. But, as any dream invested in children, the child usually grows up to be a disappointment. Atleast, in a cynical sense. This incredible man named Bernard Madoff re-invented many schemes, one of which is… Read More PFOF, a problem child
As it turns out, Brokers might say “they’re not lending your shares.” and then they may proceed to lend shares that may or may not be yours. Which, depending on how your shares are accounted for, your shares might be in some Omni-bus arrangement of shares. So it’s not technically yours being lent. Perhaps your… Read More Are Brokers lending your shares without informing you?
The study and branch of Economics is used to govern and drive fiscal policy like that of the Augury in Roman Times. Some studies use numbers and whatnot, as if adding numbers makes the soft science of economics even ‘harder’ or more ’empirical’. Yet the derivation of meaning behind what these numbers mean is subjective… Read More Economics is Modern Day Augury
IBKR for you folks like me who forget what/who they are, are a brokerage firm that allows people to trade stonks outside the US. IBKR is short for Interactive Brokers Group, Inc. Anyways, I wanted to do an analysis of what the IBKR Founder and Chairmen said (Thomas Peterffy on CNBC on the 28th), Feb… Read More Transcript of four interviews with IBKR during Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop, Game Stop
Yes, I’m going to list all the initiatives and facts that we have. Then I’ll detail the downfall of this utopia, A Utopia where Electricity was very cheap and affordable, if not Free. Where education and healthcare was heavily discounted and practically free. A rich country that was allegedly able to store 143 tonnes of… Read More There was a Progressive Utopia that existed before 2011
Alright, come with me to Pretend-land and put on some pretenses for your amusement. Let’s say your some retail trader and you’ve got an account with the popular mobile game Robinhood or Etrade or something in the genre of ‘stock markets’ and ‘online gambling’ or ‘degenercy adjacent to pornography’. Point is, if you actually read… Read More ‘Beneficial Ownership’ and Brokers are not your friends. Chances are, they never had your back nor your shares.
As the title suggests, I really don’t know anything. And because I don’t know anything, what I’m going to say is only truths or subjective personal truths, making this accurate Gone-zo journalism. You’re welcome. Socrates would be proud, because I really know that I don’t know. You know? So, what is a Backstop? In Finance,… Read More Are Pension Funds Sacrificed to Backstop the US Dollar? I ask AI because I have no idea what I’m talking about.
I shit you not, this is part of the peak clown world. So on a live stream, CNBC was accused of editing out earlier footage of criticism towards Citadel Securities. To which, CNBC edited out that livestream accusation of CNBC. . . Here’s the video and proof; Here’s the Transcript; “CNBC always rolls out the… Read More CNBC News edited out criticism of CNBC News editing out criticism. . . a GME story
Recently, Egg Prices are getting ludicrous in some stores in select locations. Yay. It seems to be hitting especially Kansas. But somehow trickled across to Colorado and California and some other shit states. We went from 3 or 5 dollars a carton to nearly 16 or more. Some places are ‘allegedly’ putting security on their… Read More Eggflation