One percenter CEO of the week, paid 42 million !

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don juan PM don juan
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Posted: 3/5/2012 10:29:54 AM

http://money.msn.com/investing/dollar42m-ceo-journalists-are-overpaid

 

Wow, this guys has balls.

 

Hurry repuliscams,  send your donations to the Mitt Robney campaign.

rick3117 PM rick3117
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Posted: 3/5/2012 10:47:32 AM
Hey,  It's the guy that bought Obama 
OakleyDoak PM OakleyDoak
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Posted: 3/5/2012 11:12:38 AM
His attitude and hypocritical perspective lacks the luster of a DIAMOND !

I feel like pronouncing his surname as : DEMON
14daroad PM 14daroad
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Posted: 3/5/2012 11:53:44 AM

Why do you care how much someone is paid?

I love watching you leftists in action. You're all for "privacy" when it comes to "the bedroom" (allegedly) but bank accounts are fair game.

Odd people, you leftists.

be easy PM be easy
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Posted: 3/5/2012 11:54:32 AM
Can someone teach this dumbocrap to hyperlink, please?


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Presumably, Dimon was able to make so much in 2010 at least in part because taxpayers handed JPMorgan Chase a $25 billion bailout package during the dark days of the financial crisis. It's likely the money helped the bank survive the meltdown with less damage than it might otherwise have incurred.

In defense of Dimon, his bank has paid back the bailout money, at a $1.7 million profit to the government, according to ProPublica. And many analysts praise Dimon for navigating the crisis better than many CEOs at large banks, by keeping capital levels higher and avoiding excessive exposure to subprime loans and questionable mortgage-backed securities. "Jamie Dimon has a well-deserved reputation as one of the best bankers in the business," says Morningstar analyst Jim Sinegal.



in italics,,, uh, yea, you think?


underlined,,,,,


in red,,,,, is confirmation that the 'journalist' that published this article, isn't worth the 30k they might make this year.



Hurry dumbocrats, send in your money to Bama, he needs it so that he can steal more from us productive folks and gift it to the banksters


Ktrain PM Ktrain
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Posted: 3/5/2012 12:01:25 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by 14daroad:

Why do you care how much someone is paid?

I love watching you leftists in action. You're all for "privacy" when it comes to "the bedroom" (allegedly) but bank accounts are fair game.

Odd people, you leftists.


I semi-disagree with this. If it's a CEO of a publicly held company then I do think his salary and bonuses should be made public. 


Ktrain PM Ktrain
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Posted: 3/5/2012 12:04:51 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by be easy:

Can someone teach this dumbocrap to hyperlink, please?


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Presumably, Dimon was able to make so much in 2010 at least in part because taxpayers handed JPMorgan Chase a $25 billion bailout package during the dark days of the financial crisis. It's likely the money helped the bank survive the meltdown with less damage than it might otherwise have incurred.

In defense of Dimon, his bank has paid back the bailout money, at a $1.7 million profit to the government, according to ProPublica. And many analysts praise Dimon for navigating the crisis better than many CEOs at large banks, by keeping capital levels higher and avoiding excessive exposure to subprime loans and questionable mortgage-backed securities. "Jamie Dimon has a well-deserved reputation as one of the best bankers in the business," says Morningstar analyst Jim Sinegal.



in italics,,, uh, yea, you think?


underlined,,,,,


in red,,,,, is confirmation that the 'journalist' that published this article, isn't worth the 30k they might make this year.



Hurry dumbocrats, send in your money to Bama, he needs it so that he can steal more from us productive folks and gift it to the banksters



If you're going to point fingers then you should point them at all involved. 

http://articles.cnn.com/2008-09-24/politics/bush.bailout_1_bailout-proposal-rescue-plan-mortgage-related-securities?_s=PM:POLITICS
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Posted: 3/5/2012 12:16:49 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Ktrain:


If you're going to point fingers then you should point them at all involved. 

http://articles.cnn.com/2008-09-24/politics/bush.bailout_1_bailout-proposal-rescue-plan-mortgage-related-securities?_s=PM:POLITICS


I'm not sure i understand the point you are trying to make here?

We bitched about that plenty 3-4 years ago. Bama is and has been the president for going on four years. Get with the program

You want to point fingers at all those involved, than start pointing them at the Baby Boomers, this is their crisis, not my generations'

They want my generation to work and be taxed to fund their 'retirement' myths, even though they've already blown thru all their savings and than some. The entire system already went kablooey, and now that the statists are in the game of trying to trick my generation to get duped by the same horseshit retirement vehicles, you need to realize that they are all the same. You can try and paint me as a partisan, but not gonna happen. equal opportunity hater on criminals/statists/anti-americans

Ktrain PM Ktrain
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Posted: 3/5/2012 12:22:57 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by be easy:



I'm not sure i understand the point you are trying to make here?

We bitched about that plenty 3-4 years ago. Bama is and has been the president for going on four years. Get with the program

You want to point fingers at all those involved, than start pointing them at the Baby Boomers, this is their crisis, not my generations'

They want my generation to work and be taxed to fund their 'retirement' myths, even though they've already blown thru all their savings and than some. The entire system already went kablooey, and now that the statists are in the game of trying to trick my generation to get duped by the same horseshit retirement vehicles, you need to realize that they are all the same. You can try and paint me as a partisan, but not gonna happen. equal opportunity hater on criminals/statists/anti-americans


Sorry if I missed the finger pointing four years ago because I didn't visit the Political Forum back then. 

Ktrain PM Ktrain
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Posted: 3/5/2012 1:10:12 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by be easy:



I'm not sure i understand the point you are trying to make here?

We bitched about that plenty 3-4 years ago. Bama is and has been the president for going on four years. Get with the program

You want to point fingers at all those involved, than start pointing them at the Baby Boomers, this is their crisis, not my generations'

They want my generation to work and be taxed to fund their 'retirement' myths, even though they've already blown thru all their savings and than some. The entire system already went kablooey, and now that the statists are in the game of trying to trick my generation to get duped by the same horseshit retirement vehicles, you need to realize that they are all the same. You can try and paint me as a partisan, but not gonna happen. equal opportunity hater on criminals/statists/anti-americans


I'm curious as to why you blame the baby boomers? Please go more in depth. I am also curious as to what retirement vehicles you do recommend? 
lordspoint PM lordspoint
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Posted: 3/6/2012 4:44:39 PM

Get the full story before you pop a woody at some evil capitalist

During his talk yesterday at the JPM investor day, the bank CEO mocked newspapers' coverage of the compensation-to-revenue ratio at banks. Apparently, he pulled the same statistic—"just for fun"—for newspapers, and found that the newspapers have a 42 percent compensation ratio, which he said was "damned outrageous," according to Bloomberg.To Dimon's credit—JPM does have one of the lowest compensation ratios out of all the banks at around 35 percent, trailing behind Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley, where the ratio ranged between 52 percent to 42 percent, so the topic is something he might be able to brag about... to other banks

do I need to post more or do you understand now what he was saying about the left leaning media moguls?

 

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