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Aug 8, 2006 1:27 pm

How many accounts can a rep run effectively?

Aug 8, 2006 1:31 pm

eleventy kabillion!

Aug 8, 2006 1:56 pm
joedabrkr:

eleventy kabillion!


Joeboy, does that strike you as a method to answer a legitimate question that paints you as being mature and intelligent?

Aug 8, 2006 2:39 pm
NASD Newbie:

[quote=joedabrkr]eleventy kabillion! [/quote]


Joeboy, does that strike you as a method to answer a legitimate question that paints you as being mature and intelligent?



Let me remind you again that I really don't give a rat's arse what you think of me.

Aug 8, 2006 2:56 pm
joedabrkr:

eleventy kabillion!


Even when I die, my legend of eleventy kabillion will live on.

Aug 8, 2006 3:15 pm
Greenbacks:

How many accounts can a rep run effectively?



Depends on the qualifications of the broker and the complexity of the clients' needs.

If you are organized and can sell to middle-class clients with simple needs, then you're limited only by the capabilities of your back office.  Your margins will stink, but you can build a LOT of volume.

On the other hand, I've met people in this industry that shouldn't be balancing their own checkbooks.

But the real money in this business made by is focusing on a relatively small number of HNW clients.  These people have unique and complex needs, and are therefore willing to pay for individual attention.


Aug 8, 2006 3:24 pm
BrokerRecruit:
joedabrkr:

eleventy kabillion!


Even when I die, my legend of eleventy kabillion will live on.



It appears that Joeboy is also BrokerRecruit.

Aug 8, 2006 3:25 pm
joedabrkr:
NASD Newbie:
joedabrkr:

eleventy kabillion!


Joeboy, does that strike you as a method to answer a legitimate question that paints you as being mature and intelligent?




Let me remind you again that I really don't give a rat's arse what you think of me.
 


Just reminding the boys and girls what a intellectual guy you are, Joeboy.

Aug 8, 2006 4:15 pm
NASD Newbie:
joedabrkr:
NASD Newbie:
joedabrkr:

eleventy kabillion!


Joeboy, does that strike you as a method to answer a legitimate question that paints you as being mature and intelligent?




Let me remind you again that I really don't give a rat's arse what you think of me.
 


Just reminding the boys and girls what a intellectual guy you are, Joeboy.



You????  YOU??????  Passing judgement upon others' intellects?????


ROTFLMAO!!!!!!   You're a joke, Putsy!   You're the laughingstock of these boards!

Aug 8, 2006 4:28 pm

agreed.

Aug 8, 2006 10:32 pm
NASD Newbie:
joedabrkr:
NASD Newbie:

[quote=joedabrkr]eleventy kabillion! [/quote]


Joeboy, does that strike you as a method to answer a legitimate question that paints you as being mature and intelligent?




Let me remind you again that I really don't give a rat's arse what you think of me.
 


Just reminding the boys and girls what a intellectual guy you are, Joeboy.



See my prior statement Newbie.  I think there are plenty of folks around here who know my intellectual capacity, yet also appreciate that I have a sense of humor.

Perhaps if you removed that large stick from your butt you could laugh along with us?  Nahhhhhh......why in the world would you want to lower yourself to the level of common folk like us?

Aug 9, 2006 8:09 am
joedabrkr:



See my prior statement Newbie.  I think there are plenty of folks around here who know my intellectual capacity, yet also appreciate that I have a sense of humor.

Perhaps if you removed that large stick from your butt you could laugh along with us?  Nahhhhhh......why in the world would you want to lower yourself to the level of common folk like us?
 


Eleventy kabillion is humorous?  Perhaps in the eighth grade, but not when you're living on a golf course and hanging out with the guys in the men's grill.


As for your reference to "common folk."  Where is the self respect that makes you not want to be above the common folk?  If you're going to run with the big dogs you can't think of yourself as just another one of the guys.

Aug 9, 2006 8:50 am
NASD Newbie:

[quote=joedabrkr]

See my prior statement Newbie.  I think there are plenty of folks around here who know my intellectual capacity, yet also appreciate that I have a sense of humor.

Perhaps if you removed that large stick from your butt you could laugh along with us?  Nahhhhhh......why in the world would you want to lower yourself to the level of common folk like us?
  [/quote]


Eleventy kabillion is humorous?  Perhaps in the eighth grade, but not when you're living on a golf course and hanging out with the guys in the men's grill.


As for your reference to "common folk."  Where is the self respect that makes you not want to be above the common folk?  If you're going to run with the big dogs you can't think of yourself as just another one of the guys.



So you are now the arbiter of all things humorous, as well as knowing everything there is to share about the financial services industry?  What next?  Interior design expert?

Unlike you, my inferiority complex-ridden friend, I do not need to pad my self-esteem by placing myself above 'the common folk'.  I have plenty of self-respect without having to walk around demonstrating how I am more important that those around me.  I'm sure your co-workers found that quality to be quite endearing, just as we do!

I run with the big dogs whenever I want, and I certainly wouldn't need your help or approval to make it happen.

Aug 9, 2006 8:51 am
NASD Newbie:

[quote=joedabrkr]

See my prior statement Newbie.  I think there are plenty of folks around here who know my intellectual capacity, yet also appreciate that I have a sense of humor.

Perhaps if you removed that large stick from your butt you could laugh along with us?  Nahhhhhh......why in the world would you want to lower yourself to the level of common folk like us?
  [/quote]


Eleventy kabillion is humorous?  Perhaps in the eighth grade, but not when you're living on a golf course and hanging out with the guys in the men's grill.


As for your reference to "common folk."  Where is the self respect that makes you not want to be above the common folk?  If you're going to run with the big dogs you can't think of yourself as just another one of the guys.



And yes, in the right context, "eleventy kabillion" does tickle my funny bone.  Like many other things on this board, you just don't get it!

I bet that makes ya a little nuts, doesn't it?

Aug 9, 2006 9:26 pm

Newbie you are 100% that guy that was always getting stuffed in a locker in high school.