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Jan 20, 2010 6:10 am

These firms are so greedy, and have learned nothing from previous lawsuits. If  I were a hungry attorney, I would be looking into the merits, and labor practices in a wire house. "So let me understand this, You feed brokers arbitrarily throughout the years, constantly change incentive programs, inherintly benefiting those that have been unjustly inflated already, then you decide to weed out the not so fortunate by cutting their pay?? So the remaining FA's are not necessarily the best practitioners, but right place right time....and some of those forced out could be very inteligent, ethical advisors?? How does this benefit the client?? I smell conflict of interest, and fair labor dispute in a big way.....

Jan 20, 2010 7:34 am

Are you a communist?

You should go be an Obamma staffer.

Jan 20, 2010 11:47 am
ABOM:

Are you a communist?You should go be an Obamma staffer.





that little kitty is cool.   we all need MF lives

Jan 20, 2010 7:47 pm

Shania & MLgone :

hey you guys inspired me to put some "tail" on my picture too. but my search came up different than yours. 

Jan 21, 2010 10:11 am
BioFreeze:
pewter:

These firms are so greedy, and have learned nothing from previous lawsuits. If  I were a hungry attorney, I would be looking into the merits, and labor practices in a wire house. "So let me understand this, You feed brokers arbitrarily throughout the years, constantly change incentive programs, inherintly benefiting those that have been unjustly inflated already, then you decide to weed out the not so fortunate by cutting their pay?? So the remaining FA's are not necessarily the best practitioners, but right place right time....and some of those forced out could be very inteligent, ethical advisors?? How does this benefit the client?? I smell conflict of interest, and fair labor dispute in a big way.....



Got canned for low production, eh?



Sure sounds like it...it was the big bad firms fault he coudn't make it!

Jan 21, 2010 10:53 am
BioFreeze:
pewter:

These firms are so greedy, and have learned nothing from previous lawsuits. If  I were a hungry attorney, I would be looking into the merits, and labor practices in a wire house. "So let me understand this, You feed brokers arbitrarily throughout the years, constantly change incentive programs, inherintly benefiting those that have been unjustly inflated already, then you decide to weed out the not so fortunate by cutting their pay?? So the remaining FA's are not necessarily the best practitioners, but right place right time....and some of those forced out could be very inteligent, ethical advisors?? How does this benefit the client?? I smell conflict of interest, and fair labor dispute in a big way.....



Got canned for low production, eh?




That is my guess too..