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Jan 2, 2006 10:47 pm

Dirk how would you invest 100K for 2006.  C'mon share with us your strategy.  I know you don't want to humor a banker, but let me share something with you.


When you go to an arbitration suit and they call in an expert witness.  They call in a CFP and ask did this broker properly invest this clients money.  As a CFP I would look at the asset classes the rep used and the risk tolerance of the client according to the application.  So if the arbitration deems me an expert I don't think it matters where I choose to be employed.  I am not going to have the discussion about why I prefer the banks to the wires, but if your interested I have posted several times about the benefits I see to working in a place where my phone rings with opportunity consistently.


I hope all of your client apps state speculation as their primary investment objective.  Otherwise your screwed.


Now humor us with your philosphy, how are you positioning money for 2006?

Jan 2, 2006 10:54 pm

Of course you would. That's why you're an employee and I'm a business owner.


I'm positioning money in 2006 exactly like I did in the last 6 years. How would I invest $100,000? I'd put it in CD's. People with only $100,000 can't afford to lose a penny and shouldn't be in the equity markets. I would probably tell the client to take it to a credit union, since they are more competitive than I am.

Jan 2, 2006 10:55 pm

OK dirk how would you position 10,000,000 since you're a player?

Jan 2, 2006 10:56 pm
bankrep1:

OK dirk how would you position 10,000,000 since you're a player?



See above, bank worker.

Jan 2, 2006 10:59 pm

So dirk hides and resorts to name calling... He calls out everyone, but when called out Dirk has no balls.  Stand up for yourself, tell us how you achieved those returns for your clients that you posted.

Jan 2, 2006 11:03 pm

Ain't gonna happen, bank worker. You look pretty gay stalking me. I'm done playing with you. Are you the guy who comes up to me in the bank to ask why I keep such a large cash balance and then offers to give me some ideas on what to do with it? Aren't you embarrassed doing that?

Jan 2, 2006 11:09 pm

Answer the question Dirk how do you manage to beat the market every year?


FYI I am very happy helping people determine and meet their financial goals.  Enough people know me now where they seek me out.  My clients are definately middle class with average net worth around 500K - 1 million, works well.

Jan 3, 2006 8:58 am

It appears that Dirk is unlicensed to sell insurance or investments and that is why he puts everybody in CDs.

Jan 3, 2006 9:08 am
bankrep1:

Answer the question Dirk how do you manage to beat the market every year?


FYI I am very happy helping people determine and meet their financial goals.  Enough people know me now where they seek me out.  My clients are definately middle class with average net worth around 500K - 1 million, works well.



You may be the greatest guy in the world in real life. However, you present yourself as somewhat of a jerk. Why would I want to share something with you that would help you?


Don't worry about me or my clients. We're all very happy. All you need to be thinking about is how you're gonna get that uneducated bank teller to tell Mrs. McGillicuddy to talk to you, so you can put her $10,000 CD rollover into a fixed annuity.

Jan 3, 2006 7:44 pm
Dirk Diggler:
bankrep1:

Answer the question Dirk how do you manage to beat the market every year?


FYI I am very happy helping people determine and meet their financial goals.  Enough people know me now where they seek me out.  My clients are definately middle class with average net worth around 500K - 1 million, works well.



You may be the greatest guy in the world in real life. However, you present yourself as somewhat of a jerk. Why would I want to share something with you that would help you?


Don't worry about me or my clients. We're all very happy. All you need to be thinking about is how you're gonna get that uneducated bank teller to tell Mrs. McGillicuddy to talk to you, so you can put her $10,000 CD rollover into a fixed annuity.



Answer the question Dirk.  Remember it is not going to help me because I work ina bank and am not a real broker like you.  I am calling you out because I think your full of shizt.  The returns you posted are bogus and your probably not even a broker or else your some rookie who has alot to learn.

Jan 3, 2006 11:31 pm
bankrep1:
Dirk Diggler:
bankrep1:

Answer the question Dirk how do you manage to beat the market every year?


FYI I am very happy helping people determine and meet their financial goals.  Enough people know me now where they seek me out.  My clients are definately middle class with average net worth around 500K - 1 million, works well.



You may be the greatest guy in the world in real life. However, you present yourself as somewhat of a jerk. Why would I want to share something with you that would help you?


Don't worry about me or my clients. We're all very happy. All you need to be thinking about is how you're gonna get that uneducated bank teller to tell Mrs. McGillicuddy to talk to you, so you can put her $10,000 CD rollover into a fixed annuity.



Answer the question Dirk.  Remember it is not going to help me because I work ina bank and am not a real broker like you.  I am calling you out because I think your full of shizt.  The returns you posted are bogus and your probably not even a broker or else your some rookie who has alot to learn.



Did you have a nice day at your little job? I put $200,000 into a private deal that pays me 8% today. Since bank boys can't conceptualize 5 digit compensation, let me spell that out for you. I made $16,000 today. It's not really as great as I'm making it sound. I will have to pay taxes on that income and I'm back to paying FICA for 2 or 3 months. Such is life.

Jan 4, 2006 2:50 pm

Dirk


Congrats on your 8%, what did you sell a private reit?  How is your client going to get out of that?


Can't conceptualize a 5 digit payday?  Are you kidding?  Perhaps I should fill you in, look at what an average bank rep does (22K/mo.).  I am not avg. and my payout is similar to a wire. 


Are you independent?  What is your cut of 16K

Jan 4, 2006 3:07 pm
Dirk Diggler:
bankrep1:
Dirk Diggler:
bankrep1:

Answer the question Dirk how do you manage to beat the market every year?


FYI I am very happy helping people determine and meet their financial goals.  Enough people know me now where they seek me out.  My clients are definately middle class with average net worth around 500K - 1 million, works well.



You may be the greatest guy in the world in real life. However, you present yourself as somewhat of a jerk. Why would I want to share something with you that would help you?


Don't worry about me or my clients. We're all very happy. All you need to be thinking about is how you're gonna get that uneducated bank teller to tell Mrs. McGillicuddy to talk to you, so you can put her $10,000 CD rollover into a fixed annuity.



Answer the question Dirk.  Remember it is not going to help me because I work ina bank and am not a real broker like you.  I am calling you out because I think your full of shizt.  The returns you posted are bogus and your probably not even a broker or else your some rookie who has alot to learn.



Did you have a nice day at your little job? I put $200,000 into a private deal that pays me 8% today. Since bank boys can't conceptualize 5 digit compensation, let me spell that out for you. I made $16,000 today. It's not really as great as I'm making it sound. I will have to pay taxes on that income and I'm back to paying FICA for 2 or 3 months. Such is life.



That's a nice day Dirk.  Nice work.


Jan 4, 2006 4:41 pm
Mike Damone:
Dirk Diggler:
bankrep1:
Dirk Diggler:
bankrep1:

Answer the question Dirk how do you manage to beat the market every year?


FYI I am very happy helping people determine and meet their financial goals.  Enough people know me now where they seek me out.  My clients are definately middle class with average net worth around 500K - 1 million, works well.



You may be the greatest guy in the world in real life. However, you present yourself as somewhat of a jerk. Why would I want to share something with you that would help you?


Don't worry about me or my clients. We're all very happy. All you need to be thinking about is how you're gonna get that uneducated bank teller to tell Mrs. McGillicuddy to talk to you, so you can put her $10,000 CD rollover into a fixed annuity.



Answer the question Dirk.  Remember it is not going to help me because I work ina bank and am not a real broker like you.  I am calling you out because I think your full of shizt.  The returns you posted are bogus and your probably not even a broker or else your some rookie who has alot to learn.



Did you have a nice day at your little job? I put $200,000 into a private deal that pays me 8% today. Since bank boys can't conceptualize 5 digit compensation, let me spell that out for you. I made $16,000 today. It's not really as great as I'm making it sound. I will have to pay taxes on that income and I'm back to paying FICA for 2 or 3 months. Such is life.



That's a nice day Dirk.  Nice work.





Thanks, bro.

Jan 4, 2006 5:00 pm
bankrep1:

Dirk


Congrats on your 8%, what did you sell a private reit?  How is your client going to get out of that?


Can't conceptualize a 5 digit payday?  Are you kidding?  Perhaps I should fill you in, look at what an average bank rep does (22K/mo.).  I am not avg. and my payout is similar to a wire. 


Are you independent?  What is your cut of 16K



as you say yourself, though, you are not the 'average' bank rep, with a far better payout......

Jan 4, 2006 5:13 pm
bankrep1:

Dirk


Congrats on your 8%, what did you sell a private reit?  How is your client going to get out of that?


Can't conceptualize a 5 digit payday?  Are you kidding?  Perhaps I should fill you in, look at what an average bank rep does (22K/mo.).  I am not avg. and my payout is similar to a wire. 


Are you independent?  What is your cut of 16K



Really? $264,000/year? That's huge! And a payout similar to a wirehouse? How do you cope with the guilt over stealing money from the bank like that?


My cut was $16,000. Dissimilar from a bank or wirehouse, but not bad.

Jan 4, 2006 7:03 pm
Dirk Diggler:
bankrep1:

Dirk


Congrats on your 8%, what did you sell a private reit?  How is your client going to get out of that?


Can't conceptualize a 5 digit payday?  Are you kidding?  Perhaps I should fill you in, look at what an average bank rep does (22K/mo.).  I am not avg. and my payout is similar to a wire. 


Are you independent?  What is your cut of 16K



Really? $264,000/year? That's huge! And a payout similar to a wirehouse? How do you cope with the guilt over stealing money from the bank like that?


My cut was $16,000. Dissimilar from a bank or wirehouse, but not bad.



Dirk, please justify.  Did you sell an annuity, are you independent?


264K is what the average bank rep does according to bank investment magazine, I said I am not avg. because my gross will be well above that.   As long as I hit 400K my payout w/bonus is 46% can go all the way up to 52% at 1 mil + I have awesome benefits. So I have seen my share of 5 digit paydays.


Dirk selling annuitties is hardly unique & believe it or not the bank lets us sell them too.  Now tell us your system for achieving the bogus returns you posted.


Jan 4, 2006 7:27 pm
bankrep1:
Dirk Diggler:
bankrep1:

Dirk


Congrats on your 8%, what did you sell a private reit?  How is your client going to get out of that?


Can't conceptualize a 5 digit payday?  Are you kidding?  Perhaps I should fill you in, look at what an average bank rep does (22K/mo.).  I am not avg. and my payout is similar to a wire. 


Are you independent?  What is your cut of 16K



Really? $264,000/year? That's huge! And a payout similar to a wirehouse? How do you cope with the guilt over stealing money from the bank like that?


My cut was $16,000. Dissimilar from a bank or wirehouse, but not bad.



Dirk, please justify.  Did you sell an annuity, are you independent?


264K is what the average bank rep does according to bank investment magazine, I said I am not avg. because my gross will be well above that.   As long as I hit 400K my payout w/bonus is 46% can go all the way up to 52% at 1 mil + I have awesome benefits. So I have seen my share of 5 digit paydays.


Dirk selling annuitties is hardly unique & believe it or not the bank lets us sell them too.  Now tell us your system for achieving the bogus returns you posted.




I don't know you, I don't care about you, I have nothing to prove to you, I don't like you, I'm disturbed that you're so fascinated with me, and I'm not gonna answer your questions. Also, I think you're lying about your payout and your production.


We all know that banks are the last stop before failing out of the business. I'm not impressed with you.

Jan 5, 2006 1:03 am

Happy New Year to you all.

Jan 5, 2006 2:17 am
Dirk Diggler:
bankrep1:
Dirk Diggler:
bankrep1:

Dirk


Congrats on your 8%, what did you sell a private reit?  How is your client going to get out of that?


Can't conceptualize a 5 digit payday?  Are you kidding?  Perhaps I should fill you in, look at what an average bank rep does (22K/mo.).  I am not avg. and my payout is similar to a wire. 


Are you independent?  What is your cut of 16K



Really? $264,000/year? That's huge! And a payout similar to a wirehouse? How do you cope with the guilt over stealing money from the bank like that?


My cut was $16,000. Dissimilar from a bank or wirehouse, but not bad.



Dirk, please justify.  Did you sell an annuity, are you independent?


264K is what the average bank rep does according to bank investment magazine, I said I am not avg. because my gross will be well above that.   As long as I hit 400K my payout w/bonus is 46% can go all the way up to 52% at 1 mil + I have awesome benefits. So I have seen my share of 5 digit paydays.


Dirk selling annuitties is hardly unique & believe it or not the bank lets us sell them too.  Now tell us your system for achieving the bogus returns you posted.




I don't know you, I don't care about you, I have nothing to prove to you, I don't like you, I'm disturbed that you're so fascinated with me, and I'm not gonna answer your questions. Also, I think you're lying about your payout and your production.


We all know that banks are the last stop before failing out of the business. I'm not impressed with you.



Dirk I think he likes you.....


Maybe he wants to be your special friend.....