Show Time. Wells Fargo & Boeing. You Get Paid For This?

JANUARY 12, 2020. Business is sober serious stuff, real business anyway. Ninety-one Fortune 500 companies, doing sober business, paid no federal taxes at all last year. That’s sobering, and serious if the country’s going to pay its’ bills. Strippers pay bills and may be sober, and serious to anyone watching, or paying.
What about Silicon Valley startup Turvo software, “Collaborative Logistics.” Back in May Turvo sobered, and then got serious about firing their CEO Eric Gilmore for expensing $76,120.00 over three years for business. Stripper business. Stripping comes straight off the top of any sober tax bill. Is that how we explain the ninety-one?
Wells did do a lot of serious business and stripping, after they were caught, fabricating, defrauding, and stealing. Wells stripped it’s mortgage wing bare of all the innocent employees they flogged into it’s last big crime spree. Then they wanted more. But that’s not all they’re doing. And Boeing? The curtain’s been stripped back on company emails. Should you want any of either? “Show Time. Wells Fargo & Boeing. You Get Paid For This?” Continue reading Show Time. Wells Fargo & Boeing. You Get Paid For This?

Soaring With Vultures. The Criminal Twins.

NOVEMBER 24, 2019. Are shock and back-turning outrage merely quint now? Does a history of criminal antics put you off? Haven’t we seen it all, including fraud so vastly sweeping it’s visible from space? But then, think about it. America sports a spectacular spider’s web of laws so dense that even a Popsicle stand would violate something. Right?
All of the above being true, no excuse exists for the Criminal Twins. The Twins are the recidivists we’ve chosen to embrace, in these uncertain times. Why? For one, they pay. They’re not perfect, yet finding something that works in this market is good, regardless of their rap sheets. And as we said–they pay. Are these corporate repeat offenders still a buy here?
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Bank Shots. Rates Play Rim Protector.

APRIL, 6, 2019. Buckle your couch belts for all the excitement. It’s simultaneously time for both the Final Four, and Earnings Season. Did your bank transfer? “Survive and move on” remains the way. Please be advised. No shortage of Cinderellas or shilling money managers exists now. And once again, none will fail to foul or front for their favorite financial.
It’s make believe time all over again. Super-heated gases will leak forth from your screens. Back up., content and advertising will meld. Trash will be talked. This smear of nonsense will end only after earnings are done, the nets are cut down, or CNBC finally bloats into a purely promotional gas giant.
“We love Tech–and the financials right here.”
Goddammit. Jamie Dimon doesn’t even “like the financials right here.” “Why do you like the filthy financials?” “They’re cheap, like dirt, and they hit their fros.” Well–of course they do. What else have the banks had to do, except work their fros? NIM is nonexistent.
The banks haven’t done a goddamn thing since that guy on the $10 bill was running the Treasury. What about now? Did Wells Fargo, Chase, or Skank of America transfer to your Final Four? STOCKjAW takes a reality look, again. Continue reading Bank Shots. Rates Play Rim Protector.

American Toe Jam

JUNE 2, 2018. Down in the gunky spaces and the soiled places is where you’ll find them. God knows we can’t afford to leave them lying about. Embarrassments have places, and that’s not on TV. Yet there they are Wells and Puerto Rico. Makes sense really that both would be on stage. Hurricane season began yesterday, and well, Wells seems to never cease committing or recommitting something. All aboard. Continue reading American Toe Jam