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I wouldn’t want to mess up Joelle‘s lovely design with visually unappealling Advertising. Its not worth uglifying things for a few nickels, and that’s all my traffic — about ~10k a day — would generate.
As to a tip jar, well, its not exactly "Wall Street." A more Street-like approach would be for you to sell me your grandmothers, then part out their organs on the black market. That’s right, let’s arb Grannie. Unseemly, yes — but more Street-like than a tip jar. (Yes, that’s a bit of sarcasm).
But since more than a few of you have asked, here are some suggestions:
Since the holiday season is also one of giving (rather than receiving or arbing the elderly), here are several charities I support:
• Americares is the most efficient relief charity in the U.S.(make Katrina/New Orleans donations to them);
• Donate your Airline Miles to help Tsunami victims;
One small caveat: If you (or your firm) is a client of my firm, remember that the NASD has giftgiving rules.
UnCaveat: If you are a market professional (fund manager, trader, broker) who I have helped make an enormous bonus this year, and you are not a client of the firm, well then by all means, you should feel free — indeed, common decency compels you — to go absolutely wild!
Terrific quote from Daniel Boorstin, who wrote 2 tomes that I really enjoyed — The Discoverers, and The Creators — over his years as Chief Librarian at the Library of Congress. Here’s the quote: “Daniel Boorstin, the former librarian of Congress, used to rise at 5 each morning and write for two hours before going…Read More