My Response to the Goldman Conspiracy Theorists

By iamned - Last updated: Saturday, May 2, 2009 - Save & Share - 2 Comments

If you can’t beat em’ join em’ . Buy GS stock and stop pounding the pavement like a Huffington Post reading loser while everyone else makes money in this bull market.

gtg

Goldman can do no wrong. $200 soon. Other banks are dropping like flies, but Goldman is run by the smartists minds in the world and value talent and skill over entitlement. Goldman rewards merit with generous bonuses, but the populist and leftist socialists want to confiscate these bonuses, white ironically espousing the virtues of affordable healhcare, education, and other lesser matters. They want to redistribute the wealth to fund initiatives that impede economic growth and innovation.

If some Goldman conspiracy is responsible for this huge rally how would you explain Google, Apple, Research in Motion, and Amazon.com are reporting record earnings? Maybe improving fundamentals are driving this rally, unless that’s an illusion, too. To take it a step further, maybe reality in itself is a conspiracy because we’re living a computer simulation powered by a Matrioshka brain. If so, I hope they program a 300 point rally on Monday.

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2 Responses to “My Response to the Goldman Conspiracy Theorists”

Comment from The Apprentice Trader
Time May 2, 2009 at 8:54 pm

Google, Apple, Amazon and so many other good companies don’t buy and own legislators like Goldman Sachs does. When your idea of banking success is a revolving door between Wall Street and Washington, muddling share prices with policies, it’s no longer a free market economy. It is simply thievery.
The incestuous relationship between Goldman Sachs and Washington does make for a sound business practice. I am a free market capitalist to the core. I am a libertarian. I believe in open free market system where every one can prove their game. When you start manipulating politics and policies to favor your share prices, then it’s corporate welfare.
I don’t care about their share prices, $200 or $300. It means nothing. Would I feel any different if a bank robber flaunts his or her loot in the public square as proof of wealth building success?
This is not about HuffingtonPost liberals. If we don’t institute pure capitalist economy then we amount to nothing. I hate bailouts to big corporation as well as individuals. No bailouts, no stimulus, no nothing. Let market forces clean out the malinvestments of past decades.

Comment from Jose
Time May 3, 2009 at 6:08 pm

I like how Cetin has 1337 comments lmao

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