Weakening US Dollar

or Register to post new content in the forum

47 RepliesJump to last post

 

Comments

  • Allowed HTML tags: <em> <strong> <blockquote> <br> <p>

Plain text

  • No HTML tags allowed.
  • Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.
  • Lines and paragraphs break automatically.
Jul 14, 2007 7:59 pm

What are some of your guys' thoughts about the weakening U.S. dollar?  Do you think if it continues that it would force the Fed to raise from 5.25%, thereby destroying what might be left of the housing market and creating a huge selling off panic in the markets?  I do think the market has plenty to go to the upside, but in the words of a pirate, "Arrrgh, there's a storm a brewin' matey". 

Jul 14, 2007 8:39 pm

Seriously?  How does that figure into you gathering AUM?  I'll give you a hint..........

















Nothing.

Jul 14, 2007 8:40 pm
deekay:

Seriously?  How does that figure into you gathering AUM?  I'll give you a hint..........


Nothing.




What the hell are you talking about jerk-off.


Your response is typical for a prick of your stature.

Jul 14, 2007 8:42 pm

Snaggletooth.



Just make sure you have some stocks in your portfolio that will take advantage of a weakening dollar. 


Also - the weakening dollar may not necessarily be terrible for the world markets, to some extent.

Jul 14, 2007 8:43 pm
FreeLunch:
deekay:

Seriously?  How does that figure into you gathering AUM?  I'll give you a hint..........


Nothing.




What the hell are you talking about jerk-off.


Your response is typical for a prick of your stature.



Sayeth the $90k 2 year producer.


Bash all you want, but you can't deny that I'm right.

Jul 14, 2007 8:45 pm

Right about what?  You didn't even answer the question.


Your answer was 100% irrelevant.


Your response would've been more appropriate if you would've said, "I don't know, snaggletooth.  I have no knowledge of the markets."

Jul 14, 2007 8:46 pm

Deekay


We all know your inferiority complex is 100% justified.


Now shutup.


Jul 14, 2007 8:47 pm
FreeLunch:

Snaggletooth.



Just make sure you have some stocks in your portfolio that will take advantage of a weakening dollar. 


Also - the weakening dollar may not necessarily be terrible for the world markets, to some extent.



Remind me, how long have you been in the business?


Let's focus on facts - he's not a portfolio manager, he's paid to gather assets.  What the hell does a weakening dollar have to do with signing ACAT paperwork?

Jul 14, 2007 8:49 pm

His question has nothing to do with that moron.


Do you not understand what he is asking?  Do you not understand that he is not talking about growing his business, or gathering assets.


You are way off - His question has to do with WHAT WE THINK. 


Now like I said, shutup and move on to the next topic you find flaws with.


Jul 14, 2007 8:50 pm

Besides - I do not understand how "long" I have been in the business has anything to do with what I understand about economics.  Do you?


Obviously you are "experienced" and still don't know a damn thing about the markets......so again, you keep being irrelevant.

Jul 14, 2007 8:51 pm

Do we need to go there?


I really don't care which bullcrap Euro company outpaces earnings estimates.  I'm not a portfolio manager. 


Have fun competing with all the multi-billion dollar portfolio managers out there.  I'm sure you can do a much better job of managing money out of your cubicle.

Jul 14, 2007 8:52 pm
deekay:

Seriously?  How does that figure into you gathering AUM?  I'll give you a hint..........


Nothing.



So I suppose you don't have an opinion on this economic matter.  How does your replying to the post figure into you gathering AUM?  I'm sitting at home watching some baseball on TV and thinking about the economy, so I have a question and I post it on here, and I get your stupid uneducated reply.  If I was in the office or somewhere in the middle of a bunch of prospects, then you're right, posting a message on an RR forum board might not help to gather assets...BUT I'M AT HOME ASSHOLE.  If one of your clients or prospects asks you about your opinion on the economy and the U.S. dollar, what do you say, "Sorry, I can't answer your question because it doesn't involve me gathering more assets under management, you should know that as a client of dumb da dumb deekay financial services"

Jul 14, 2007 8:52 pm
deekay:

Do we need to go there?


I really don't care which bullcrap Euro company outpaces earnings estimates.  I'm not a portfolio manager. 


Have fun competing with all the multi-billion dollar portfolio managers out there.  I'm sure you can do a much better job of managing money out of your cubicle.



How about you try something new.  If you do not understand or care about a post  - try not responding.  It'll save you from looking so stupid.

Jul 14, 2007 8:53 pm
FreeLunch:

Besides - I do not understand how "long" I have been in the business has anything to do with what I understand about economics.  Do you?


Obviously you are "experienced" and still don't know a damn thing about the markets......so again, you keep being irrelevant.



Trust me, you don't want to go there.


I'm not denying you know economics.  I doubt you know how the brokerage business works.  Actually, I know you don't know spit about the business.  Otherwise, you'd be producing more than $90k going into your third year.

Jul 14, 2007 8:54 pm
snaggletooth:
deekay:

Seriously?  How does that figure into you gathering AUM?  I'll give you a hint..........


Nothing.



So I suppose you don't have an opinion on this economic matter.  How does your replying to the post figure into you gathering AUM?  I'm sitting at home watching some baseball on TV and thinking about the economy, so I have a question and I post it on here, and I get your stupid uneducated reply.  If I was in the office or somewhere in the middle of a bunch of prospects, then you're right, posting a message on an RR forum board might not help to gather assets...BUT I'M AT HOME ASSHOLE.  If one of your clients or prospects asks you about your opinion on the economy and the U.S. dollar, what do you say, "Sorry, I can't answer your question because it doesn't involve me gathering more assets under management, you should know that as a client of dumb da dumb deekay financial services"



Snaggletooth


People like Deekay are so stupid that they don't realize it.  I think we're beating a dead horse.


Jul 14, 2007 8:56 pm

[quote=deekay

Trust me, you don't want to go there.


I'm not denying you know economics.  I doubt you know how the brokerage business works.  Actually, I know you don't know spit about the business.  Otherwise, you'd be producing more than $90k going into your third year.


[/quote]


Again - more irrelevance.  Your numbers are way off.  I'm sitting at $28k for the month - what are you?  You think you know this and that about me.  You don't know this and that about anything. 


You bore me.


Now go keep jerking off in front of the mirror moron


Jul 14, 2007 9:01 pm
snaggletooth:
deekay:

Seriously?  How does that figure into you gathering AUM?  I'll give you a hint..........


Nothing.



So I suppose you don't have an opinion on this economic matter. 


I most certainly do.  I think the economy will grow in the future.  Does it matter in the long run?  Absolutely not.  I tell this to my clients.  They appreciate the fact that I don't try to predict the future. 


How does your replying to the post figure into you gathering AUM? 


I thought you were a wirehouse rep.  Isn't that your job?


I'm sitting at home watching some baseball on TV and thinking about the economy, so I have a question and I post it on here, and I get your stupid uneducated reply.  If I was in the office or somewhere in the middle of a bunch of prospects, then you're right, posting a message on an RR forum board might not help to gather assets...BUT I'M AT HOME ASSHOLE.  If one of your clients or prospects asks you about your opinion on the economy and the U.S. dollar, what do you say, "Sorry, I can't answer your question because it doesn't involve me gathering more assets under management, you should know that as a client of dumb da dumb deekay financial services"


Nope.  I tell them exactly what I said above.  Who cares what the economy is doing in the next six months?  When are you retiring?  Oh, really, 15 years?  And you expect to live another 30 years in retirement?  Who the hell cares what the Euro is doing?!

Jul 14, 2007 9:05 pm
FreeLunch:
deekay:

Do we need to go there?


I really don't care which bullcrap Euro company outpaces earnings estimates.  I'm not a portfolio manager. 


Have fun competing with all the multi-billion dollar portfolio managers out there.  I'm sure you can do a much better job of managing money out of your cubicle.



How about you try something new.  If you do not understand or care about a post  - try not responding.  It'll save you from looking so stupid.



Please point out where I look stupid and I'll try to reform.

Jul 14, 2007 9:05 pm

Deekay



You are hilarious.  You bring nothing at all to this conversation.  L.O.L.


Quit joking around man - Are you brainwashed?  Are you okay?

Jul 14, 2007 9:07 pm

POINT OUT WHERE YOU ARE LOOKING STUPID?


Answer his damn question.


He was trying to start a friendly, educated conversation about economics.  Our life doesn't have to be like you're saying......



DEEKAY - IT'S OKAY TO THINK WITH YOUR BRAIN WHEN IT COMES TO FINANCIAL ISSUES REGARDING MARKETS.  IF THERE WERE NO MARKETS WE WOULDN'T HAVE A JOB.  DON'T FORGET THAT WISE MAN