In a State of Constant Multiplication

“Once the asset-leveraging is in place, there are a number of lucrative options for the opportunistic transitory sponsor acquisitions trader to pursue. The first and most obvious low-risk/medium-return is what is known in brokerage parlance as a ‘glasscock reshuffle’; all liabilities are offloaded to smaller debt holdings at nominal margins, while every available source of liquidity is centralised in one assisted revenue stream with maximal investment. However, for most stock-jockeys this is an underutilizing direct-strategic process, with the all-but-guaranteed inflated earnings offset by the relatively sacrificing low pace of profit. A more judicious share plan, favoured by most moderately experienced frugal fund assessors, is to immediately boost rates in a sufficiently synergic route so as to force what’s called a ‘death or deluge’ play; the resultant chaos in the share price and highly energised market activity will almost certainly cause a stratospheric return for the skilled intriguer. However, this unsurprisingly a high-risk/high-return caper, and while it can end with a huge windfall it can, for the less savvy and serene credit localisation manager, crunch the company value in a colossal collapse of unstoppable proportions.

Now things get complicated. Stop me if it gets too technical…”

Solidarity, brothers & sisters…

About Seba Roux

Gooner, Socialist, Historian, Slacker. That's pretty much all you need to know.
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