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Apr 5, 2007 3:05 am

[quote=BullBroker]Thanks, DMAN that was the constructive answer I was looking for.  See Anonymous, there are people who know something about this business and are not complete ignorant asses![/quote]

No-see above here is one example where you copped a serious attitude when you got an answer you didn’t want to hear.

Don’t ask the question if you don’t want a real answer, newby.

Apr 5, 2007 5:44 am

[quote=Nole32303] [quote=joedabrkr]
How about if instead they add a thread just for YOU called: "New and Knows it ALL"?

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For you we'll add a thread called, "I have no friends and that's why I insult people on Registered Rep all day" or "I have a small penis."
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Apr 5, 2007 5:50 am

I think that Anonymous was giving you quality advice, and you should be thanking him for the spanking he is giving you! "Thank you sir, can I have another!"

<?:NAMESPACE PREFIX = O />My guess is you're the one who is hankering for a good spanking. Jane Fonda all dressed up as Barbarella. Or for that matter, check out Ballywood.

 

Apr 5, 2007 11:49 am

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Apr 5, 2007 2:26 pm

Whoa, nice comeback.

Apr 6, 2007 11:16 am

[quote=vbrainy]

I think you can learn quite a bit from the wholesalers.  And you can build relationships.  When you need support (ie: $$$) for seminars etc, that is where you can go.

They come into our office and it is 45 mins. out of my day once a week.  For me it is OK.

And I love to ask the annuity sales men the tough questions they can't answer (ie: explain the tax treatment at death with an annuity vs. mutual funds) Just so you know they can have a step up in cost basis.. I will get you the IRS code if you are ineterested..

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Apr 6, 2007 12:33 pm

[quote=whitewlfz][quote=vbrainy]

I think you can learn quite a bit from the wholesalers.  And you can build relationships.  When you need support (ie: $$$) for seminars etc, that is where you can go.

They come into our office and it is 45 mins. out of my day once a week.  For me it is OK.

And I love to ask the annuity sales men the tough questions they can't answer (ie: explain the tax treatment at death with an annuity vs. mutual funds) Just so you know they can have a step up in cost basis.. I will get you the IRS code if you are ineterested..

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vbrainy is a retard. i've never met a wholesaler who couldn't answer that question.