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'Oh sure, that's easy with no overhead.'
'Oh sure...That's easy with no overhead.'
'They all said get it while you can so I got it when I could and now that I have it I don't want it anymore.'
'Based on your travels, what would you say is the greatest potential downside, if any, to investing in the Upper Amazon?'
'The sedative wears off in an hour. With the attached transmitter we can monitor his trading volume and patterns, commissions and mating rituals.'
'I'm outta here.'
'Our concept is simple. We intend to lose money on every sale but make it up on volume.'
'Look on the bright side; you got out of that stock before it became...unstable.'
'Procter and Gamble? I dunno, sounds risky - what if everyone stops using toilet paper?'
'How do you become a day trading millionaire? Easy, just start out as a day trading billionaire.'
'Good news! It looks as though the $50 million loss we expected to show is going to be a $30 million profit. You know, we should have hired a government accountant as our chief financial officer years ago.'
'We're gaining market share in the areas where we lose money.'
'Yes, I'm an institutional investor - In fact, I'm calling from one!'
'Hey, the quarter wasn't so bad after all.'
Man milks a book.
"What do you mean, the market rallied?"
"Buy Apple? Where's the excitement in a stock that only goes up?"
In and Out Tray
'Damn! McGee's good!'
No Pain, No Gain
Cheesecake nutritional information.
'Been toying with commodities again, have we?'
'Some good economic news today...the dollar gained against the value of the quarter, dime and nickel...'
"I see you've managed to hold on to yesterday's gains."
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'A wonderful sermon, father; I liked the part about a time to sew and a time to reap. When would you say I should cover the naked December calls I sold last month?'