Thursday, October 13, 2011

#Occupy and have your photo taken outside Goldman Sachs

#occupy LSE © fintag

News comments:
The 1% club. It is has having a hard time.

Having been unwittingly on a number of demonstrations (G20 and Student Riots) it is pretty clear they are a waste of time. Even in Greece where the starving people (and tax inspectors) routinely smash a few things and complain vociferously, nothing is being done to respect the wishes of the people.

Wall Street is also a party place at the moment and Paternoster Square, the home of the LSE and Goldman Sachs is to be London's location for a bash the bankers demo. And it is being held on a Saturday when the "bankers" will be lording it up in their multi-million pound pads in the country.

Why bother? The regulators appear to be doing a better job at breaking the banks than a few protesters.

Today's shorts:
WSJ takes a leaf out the bail out funds (guardian)

Shoppers to boost numbers in the City (bloomberg)

The sick woman of Europe (dailymail)

Today's longs:
Raj dumpster gets a long time (npr)

Bankers to #occupy the FSA and SEC.


Anonymous said...

Poor Fintag can't get his fund going and with nothing better to do, goes along bad mouthing people who are in job, if it bothers you so much, why don't you fucking apply back to goldmorgan stanley and spare the readers all your frustation of not being big swinging dick ..

Corp Tax said...

@Anon - Slightly harsh comments no? Fintag provides a witty take on current (financial) events.