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Not one of these tinkle tarts ever created something. Where are the inventors? The engineers? The entrepreneurs!? No, instead we get sociopathic hedge fund managers, and M&A specialists who are either born into this, or have the "greed disease." All they do is shuffle paper around in a not-so-cleaver theft of the lower classes around the world.
This article is disgusting, not because it's untrue, but because it is true! This is a prime example of what is wrong with our world right now. We need to turn banking back into a safe and boring job, not this cycle of boom and busts that we have now.
How in the world will human race ever hope to advance if all these thieving billionaires are sitting on all the money?
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