1. brab's Avatar
    I really hope nobody only relies on the reporting here. Most of the time I don't even read the articles written here. I just click the source link and read that. Haha.
    I was actually referring to the post by SnowLeo...
    You just squeezed in before I posted!

    I am with you 101% though! HAHAHA
    2012-07-25 11:13 AM
  2. quidam_brujah's Avatar
    This is just what is wrong with the US Financial System. How can an increase in the Bottom Line be viewed as a failure? "It's a travesty because event though we made a ton of money, we wanted to make even more money."...Greedy bastards.
    I mostly blame the analysts. Motorola had the same problem for years and years: they'd beat their expectations, miss analysts expectations and their stock would go down. I knew a lot of guys that worked there and that was a common complaint.

    Grand scheme, it's related to the same problem you have with any other speculative market and why most of the financial services 'industry' (including too many banks) are big frickin casinos which are less honest than actual casinos.
    2012-07-27 06:19 PM
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