Miss. Vivian Micheal,
Liberte Sicap,Abidjan Ivory Coast.
Compliment of the day, I would like to apply through this medium for your co-operation and to secure an opportunity to invest and do joint business with you and my family in your country. If you can handle long time business investment jointly with me and my son in your country.
I honorably intend to invest in your country into a very lucrative business venture of which you are to advise and execute the said venture over there for the mutual benefits of both of us. Your able co-operation is to become my business partner in your country and create ideas on how money will be invested, properly managed and the type of investment after the money is transferred to your account with your assistance.
Meanwhile, on indication of your willingness to handle this transaction sincerely by protecting our interests and upon your acceptance of this proposal, I would furnish you with the full detailed information, procedure and amount involve. I shall be glad to reserve this respect and opportunity for you, if you so desire, but do urge you to give the matter your immediate attention it deserves.
Looking forward to your response, you can equally email me with my private email or above phone number for easy communication.
Miss Vivian Micheal,
Hey Tek - RFife? What happens if he fires up the Karaoke machine and all it plays is Rick Astley ??
I guess I'll have to trust him. Thanks for the tip. It will be very fun to meet you. The ReRead dinner sounds fantastic.
We mainly trade ETF's, we are thinking about working with some other companies to create and redeem the underlying assets - which would be very interesting. I kind of had a snort/giggle attack when the papers were reviewing what was in Palin's(Sarah and Todd's portfolio) and called ETF's exotic. I did work in the derivative and options deprtment at my first job out of school - I was filling in for someone, and decided that was a bit to fast paced and nail biting for me. I don't have the patience to work with actual clients - I deal with advisors and instituional clients. I really do admire advisors though - especially during times like these where we have a longterm rollercoster going on, and it never seems to fail - emotions start making the decisions - and inevitably the client ends up buying high and selling low(ouch!) So we try to give avvisors good talking points that help them help the client not to do just that - ofcourse it doesn't always work out.
Did you find the first 1/3 of Deadhouse hard to get into? I am really liking the DG now, but the first 1/3 was a bit of a struggle. (Probably beacuse it was almost all new people, and they are in a completely different area - but who knows!) -Like I said I am really getting into it now, and will probably take a gander at the reread for DG here when I finish up DG. Tess