December 25, 2005

Wonder when they'll announce the cancellation:



I heard Learning Annex is paying Trump $1 Million per appearance. Yup, $1 Million. LA drew 40,000 people to one of these seminars in May.

Classic bubble sign #433: Get rich quick seminars about the bubble asset (tulip bulbs, gold, .com stocks, now houses)

Anyone remember COMDEX? Anyone remember day-trading seminars? Anyone remember the last time Trump settled with bankers to avoid going bankrupt? Anyone remember ANYTHING?

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16 comments:

41cadillac said...

So the big time people are cashing in even more on this bubble.

After the foreclosures, crash, and 15 years of recovery, then what will they say.

I do not rely on the numbers totally. I look at the reasonable and wisdom of this bubble adventure. Common sense and wisdom will always prevail. Truth is independent in the sphere that God has placed to act for itself, otherwise there is no existence. D.C. 9:11. So. Be. It.

Excessively Diverted said...

Suze Orman is a hypocrite. I just saw an episode of her cable show where she was advising people to avoid buying real estate until at least the 3rd quarter of 2006 because of the housing bubble. So now she's jumped on the seminar circuit encouraging more speculators?

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