What’s even crazier is that some of these companies were so well-positioned that they were able to take advantage of the greed of the public and put their own people in charge. We often see these self-made millionaires and billionaires going into these industries and trying to make the most out of their resources. They have no problem getting rich off of greed, and you don’t have to either.
There is no way that there is a corporate balance sheet when it comes to the distribution of wealth. It’s always been that way. In a world where the economy is in decline and where the rich are constantly being forced to spend more and more money, we have to look at these things.
They have no problem getting rich off of greed, and you dont have to either.
The problem is that many of the corporations that have been buying up stocks and buying up companies are run as little cartels or cartels. They are essentially run by the CEOs of these companies, who are willing to sacrifice everything to make sure that their CEO gets a piece of the action. We have this kind of behavior in the U.S. in the movie “Moneyball” when the baseball player who has been making the most out of his team is forced to share the wealth.
The people who run these companies are often rewarded with bonuses and stock options. The CEO of Coke is given a few million cash, the CEO of IBM gets a few million cash, the CEO of Chevron gets a few million cash, etc. And in a few hours, hundreds of billions of dollars are going to be wiped off of these corporations.
This is an interesting point, because it’s almost like these companies are literally trying to use the money that they have to buy back stock to buy back their own stock to make them look better in the eyes of Wall Street.
The reason I thought about this is because the CEO’s profile is so high, and they have very low-level financial profile. They’ve seen the CEO’s name in the media, and that’s all it is.
So what happens if people keep buying back stock? Well, the stock price won’t go up, but the stock holders will do better because they’ll get a bigger slice of the returns from the profit from their stock.
This is in line with what I’ve seen happen in the stock market. In the past, when the stock market was making big profits, a lot of people would buy that stock at a low price and then sell their shares at a higher price. When the stock market was making big losses, people would buy back their shares and then sell them at a lower price. This would create a snowball effect.
This is also the reason why some stocks have very low valuations. Because the value of the stock was based on the company’s profit, the company would actually sell more shares when it made a lot of money than if it made a lot of lost money. So if they had a big net profit from a big sale, the company might sell more stock than when it made only a small profit. This is why you can buy stocks that are worth $1.00 for under $100 million.