The Tears that Can Make a Smile Come True

1. Why is the man who invests all your money called a broker?      (Contributed by Julie’s Place)

2. Why is it that anything you lose automatically doubles in value?        (Contributed by Migon McLaughin)

3. Should you trust your stockbroker if he’s married to a travel agent?   (Contributed by Cheri Bogowitz)

4. Does everyone have a scheme for getting rich that will not work? And why do most of them enjoy sending junk mail to tell me about it?  (Contributed by Alex Petty)

5. If a fool and his money are soon parted why does this happen to everybody?    (Contributed by Dark Shadow)

7. If Microsoft stock plummets will investors jump out of windows?   (Contributed by JTV)

8. At the end of the day when the Stock Market closes and it loses 207 points why do they all stand up and applaud? (Contributed by The Vent on

9.If the company Fruit-of-the-Loom ever files for bankruptcy, will they be required to file some briefs?  (Contributed by Ed Hexter)

10. Do you think the main purpose of the stock market is to make fools of as many men as possible?   (Contributed by Bernard Baruch)

11. Where I live, it costs $75 to file for bankruptcy. Do you think they will take a cheque?  (Contributed by Danno Z.)

12. .If someone owes you money are you ever really broke?  (Contributed by Gennelle Lee)

13. .How come when it costs you an arm and a leg, you usually only get two fingers?  (Contributed by Paul Nicholls)

14. When things aren’t going our way, why do we say they will get better? How do we know they will?   (Contributed by Valerie)

15. Why won’t my bankruptcy attorney accept payments?  (Contributed by June M.)

16. If all the newspaper companies go bankrupt, what will we use in the bottom of the birdcage?   (Contributed by The Vent on

17. Does anyone notice that JOB stands for Just Over Broke?  (Contributed by Steve)


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