Margin Call

Margin Call

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Yeah, it’s BP, Swift LLC. was supposed to have another board meeting, but it was delayed by reports of another hostile take over attempt by corporate raiders. Mr. Black conferenced everyone in to let us all know the market position of the attempted takeover. Ms. Wolfe and I both pooled our capitol with CPT. Dragoon so we could gain a better market position in a more timely manner, as the takeover was in a very fluid market. Mr. Saige was on the same conference call, but had to use a parallel investment vector as he had shown up to the board meeting with an alternative portfolio, this one is setup up with the full capitol for serious investing, but is more of a non-profit venture, which I found lacking market potential. Once we arrived on the trading floor, we quickly assessed our margin positions and began full trading. Mr. Black and Mr. Charmenge were already in the trading pit and were being out bid by the raiders. Wolfe, Dragoon, Saige & I all moved our trading positions to quickly shift the market trend in our favor. Shortly after that, Mz. Castlehawke, Dr. Brown and his junior trader Mr. Alpine also showed up; however the investment vector they were using was a penny-stock portfolio. Dr. Brown, did manage to position this portfolio well to distract the Raiders for some time, quite the gambit, I would not have thought of it. Mz. Castlehawke ended up diversifying her portfolio from Dr. Brown’s and was able to gain a better trading position as a result. COL. Abrahms also delved into the trading pit with an unorthodox investment vector, a pay-day loan, of all the ways to gain a market advantage.

The raiders, Mr. Kloch and Mr. Gadjette, were a couple of e-traders that had partnered to gain a bigger market position and were attempting a foray into full day trading, they formed Meters & Mechanisms LTD. They had borrowed heavily on margin and were trying to gain a controlling interest in Korashi Technics. Korashi, for some reason, was transferring private bonds, on consignment, through this fluid market and had very little G-Fund collateral in the portfolio. M&M had completely dissolved the G-Fund capitol and was about to purchase the consignment when Swift LLC. had started trading.

In the end, with the consignment position weekended by M&M’s takeover bid, Dr. Brown was able to use his investment vector to completely topple the market. Swift LLC. survived the trading pit with little loss of capitol. Unfortunately Mr. Kloch and Mr. Gadjette both had their trading licenses revoked as a result of not be able to cover the final margin call. CPT Dragoon was able to over take Mr. Gadjette’s trading position with out any investment or capitol from the rest of the Swift sales team. Mr. Kloch was overwhelmed by the consignment vector as he was trying to gain controlling interest. Ms. Wolfe was also caught in the price drop of the market, but was able to divest her holdings, only suffering minor profit loss.

We did end up calling the board meeting to order. It was held at the front office of the factory where Mr. Alpine, and maybe Dr. Brown, have been doing repeat investing. I found out that it was a former holding of Cosmos INTL. I still haven’t determined the current holder of the deed and I’m fairly certain ATI doesn’t want us to invest in this property, although we could gain some capitol if it were to come up on auction. One thing for certain I don’t want Agent Principle of the SEC to serve subpoenas and seize the property while Swift LLC. has any controlling interest in the factory.

Where’s your beer?

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