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Jul 18, 2005 12:10 pm

[quote=Roger Thornhill]

[quote=babbling looney]Then why don’t you 'splain it to us O Enlightened One. How do

mortality swaps and hedging mortality risk on a corporate and pension

plan level affect the average agent in his/her recommendation and

suitability review in the sales process. When should average Joe

agent take into consideration and explain what an

insurance companies arbitrage of mortality risk is to Ma and Pa

Fricket who are contemplating investing their life savings? How

will this impact their decision?[/quote]



I was right, you don’t even know what a mortality swap is. Now

you’re talking about pension plans, which have nothing to do with

mortality swaps. This subject is beyond your ability at this stage of

your career.

[/quote]



Amazing–mind numbing stupidity prancing around as if it were admirable.



Ms. Looney says that mortality swaps have nothing to do with annuities

and the decisions that need to be based and asks er Roger, to

explain himself.



er Roger, comes back with “Mortality swaps have nothing to do

with annuities” and then suggests that Ms. Looney was wrong suggesting

that they did.

Jul 18, 2005 12:11 pm

[quote=Put Trader] [quote=stanwbrown]

Sure, Roger, you have my IP address AND it details where I am. Does it physically hurt to be such a putz, or is it just a constant dull headache sort of thing?

BTW, you figure doing this sort of thing causes people to forget your multiple personas and your "I get 7.5%" sense of ethics?

[/quote]

I do think it would probably be a good idea to avoid the Top Gun Producer site--he may have the ability to back out your IP address and start to stalk you in the real world.

[/quote]

It's too late. I'm not a stalker, but, if I were Stan,  I'd be looking over my shoulder for a call from the home office to his branch manager. In fact, I'd probably tell him BEFORE he gets the call.

Jul 18, 2005 12:14 pm

[quote=Put Trader] er Roger, comes back with "Mortality swaps have nothing to do with annuities" and then suggests that Ms. Looney was wrong suggesting that they did. [/quote]


Mortality swaps involve the purchase of an annuity, but they have nothing to do with pensions. I can see that puttyndacrack has zero knowledge of these plans, either. Maybe putty is the same person as the looney chick?


Either way, I'm not. You really should get off the crack pipe.

Jul 18, 2005 12:15 pm

[quote=annuity guy]

It’s too late. I’m not a stalker, but, if I

were Stan, I’d be looking over my shoulder for a call from

the home office to his branch manager. In fact, I’d probably tell

him BEFORE he gets the call.

[/quote]





Ah, so the other day Roger linked us all to that thing from

the Man Show that he put on the TGP website wannabe.



Now comes Annuity Guy volunteering to provide information from the

inner workings of the website–proving that he too is , hair helmet and all.



It’s weird and getting weirder.

Jul 18, 2005 12:17 pm
Roger Thornhill:

Either way, I’m not. You really should get off the crack pipe.



Not right this second, but in a moment you will be. Tell me, is Sybil there?
Jul 18, 2005 4:04 pm

Annuities:

This is my first post. After reading the content it will probably be my last. As for when is an Annuity right. It depends on many factors but first and foremost it's the client's aversion to Risk that makes it the best choice. As for the type of annuity to offer that is up to the client also.

What products do you know of that allows a person to participate in the upside of the market with no downside. Premier Dex has had an 8.35% average annual return for the past 10 years. You do the math.

 It all depends on what the client wants.

Jul 18, 2005 4:47 pm

[quote=annuity guy][quote=Put Trader] [quote=stanwbrown]

Sure, Roger, you have my IP address AND it details where I am. Does it physically hurt to be such a putz, or is it just a constant dull headache sort of thing?

BTW, you figure doing this sort of thing causes people to forget your multiple personas and your "I get 7.5%" sense of ethics?

[/quote]

I do think it would probably be a good idea to avoid the Top Gun Producer site--he may have the ability to back out your IP address and start to stalk you in the real world.

[/quote]

It's too late. I'm not a stalker, but, if I were Stan,  I'd be looking over my shoulder for a call from the home office to his branch manager. In fact, I'd probably tell him BEFORE he gets the call.

[/quote]

You're not a stalker, eh Roger? But you'd happily drop a dime on someone if they were to disagree with you on a website? Gee, just what would that make you, besides a low-life?

BTW, I'm soooooo scared. 

Jul 21, 2005 11:25 pm

Wow.. This started as a good concept. Learning something from these threads, but it turned into a ego attack.

I think people should start talking more about investment, economics and series 7 instead of others.

Its so sad when people talk about others... Even more so when its posting bs on the internet.