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Everybody and their mother is cutting their price targets on Tiffany & Co. (TIF), Goldman Sachs and Deutshe Bank to name a few, but is the stock close to a bottom? The stock has been beaten down this past week after it warned about slower sales this coming year. On Fast Money, Dan Nathan warned about slower growth from Asia and Europe, “50% of sales comes from overseas. A disappointment in Europe and Asia could send this stock lower". He was right and the stock has sunk. In late March, Tiffany's was trading for $73 a share, now it's down
How much money did Lloyd Blankfein make this past year? Well, he took a bit of a pay cut, his pockets are a little lighter, as in a cool $6.7 million dollars lighter. Still, Lloyd made $12.4 million, which is a nice chunk of change, but it's no where near what some of the highest paid athletes make. Tiger Woods makes upwards of $75 million. Kobe Bryant makes around $53 million. David Beckham makes $40 million. Alex Rodriguez makes $35 million. Of course, a big chunk of their salaries come from endorsement deals. It seems like Blankfein should seek
And what's even more comical is that Goldman Sachs isn't really doing this due diligence investigation, they're just playing a trick on Charlie. I can picture CEO Lloyd Blankfein telling his tech department just to say they've come up with some algorithm to search out emails for the use of word Muppet. Or maybe they've enlisted Google to
writing a book about the 12 years he spent making loads of money working at Goldman Sachs. But there was a point where Smith got tired of making all that money and he felt the culture had changed. He felt Goldman no longer cared about clients. He wanted no more of the calling clients Muppets business. That's when he quit and famously went on to write the gutsy NY Times Op-Ed piece. The new book is going to turn out to be a nice bread winner for Smith, as in a whopping $1.5 million
Goldman Sachs is scanning emails for the term "Muppet", which is the word legendary New York Times Op-Ed writing former Goldman Sachs employee, Greg Smith, said executives used to describe less than smart clients. The implication was that "Muppets" were clients who could be duped, suckered, and used, more or less. These "Muppets" were clients who might buy a bunch of mortgage-backed securities that were worthless. However, it seems "Muppet" or "Muppets" aren't the only terms being scanned these days by the vampire squid's tentacles. Here are a few more words or phrases
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