Citigroup Now Fancying Itself Too Good For SAC Capital

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  1. Guest says:

    Grand Wizard Cohen never needed a 10 to 1reverse stock split to dupe investors into buying a penny stock/zombie bank

    Can we get that on the disclosure?

    -S.A.C. mudslinger

  2. CYA says:

    Now that there's been talk of Wells notices, etc. – if anything bad DOES happen, Citi will be held partially liable. So less "we don't trust SAC" and more "avoid the lawsuit".

  3. Nouns says:

    Are you sure Bloomberg has the order of "Citigroup" and "SAC" correct in that sentence?

  4. Im_a_Dude says:

    yes, Citi is now recommending all clients go all into Old Lane

  5. Guest says:

    SAC said to not give a flying fuck what Citi says.

  6. Vikram says:

    Since when is Citi not in the business of fleecing people?

  7. Guest says:

    But yet they are never too good for the shaft.

  8. Fast Runner says:

    Dave Brubeck > SAC Capital

  9. M.Steinhardt says:

    So, SAC will be fine then.

  10. Bberg says:

    SAC said advised Citi clients against adding money to Citi

  11. Guest says:

    SAC is screwed. There is no way that outfit can stand up to the Feds and Citigroup at the same time. Plus it's the holidays and people are fat.

  12. Bid Em Up Bruce says:

    SAC must merge with Rochdale in order to survive.

  13. Ball SAC says:

    The ashtray, this paddle game, and the remote control, and the lamp, and these matches, that's all I need.

  14. Guest says:

    I just sat down too quickly and something bad happened.

  15. guest says:

    I have a really hot tip from someone inside that SAC is in trouble for insider trading. Don't add to SAC!

    -Citi meta-insider trader

  16. Guest says:

    I think the bigger story here is that Citi has clients that could get SAC.

  17. Guest says:

    Reminds me of the time the janitor at Starbucks warned me that this week's chef's tasting menu at Per Se was not up to snuff.