How many brokers gave a call to their clients at the beginning of the month
to tell them they just got shellacked overseas?
Not many is my guess.
A brokerage client on an ongoing fee needs to stay invested
for the financial consultant and his/her firm to keep making money
during good times and bad.
If anyone calls in,
the best thing to tell them is to buy some more.
Hopefully a Central Bank will intervene,
which is the only thing that has kept markets propped up
over the last couple of years.
Most don't know because they are not supposed to.
That's how the game works.
It's the financial industry against everyone else.
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