Wela Whip - AT&T Has Left The Building, Really Really Ridiculously Good-Looking, Almost Criminal, Obama Doesn’t Like Student Loans, The Irish Don’t Just Consume Potatoes

AT&T Has Left The BuildingAT&T is being replaced on the Dow by Apple. It’s not surprising considering how well Apple has performed. In fact, if the Dow had added Apple when they originally talked about it back in 2008, then the Dow would be up 4,000 points! The Dow is essentially the celebrity list for stocks, and, let’s be honest, Apple is like Beyoncé while AT&T resembles Liza Minnelli...Read More

Really, Really Ridiculously Good-Looking That’s right! They’re back…and with a splash no less. Zoolander and Hansel made a surprise appearance on Tuesday at Paris Fashion Week. Donned in Valentino, they made headlines as they strutted down the runway. Zoolander 2, the sequel to the hit Zoolander in 2001, is slated for release in February 2016...Read More

Almost Criminal Schwab just launched a new services which offers clients the ability to invest in their ETFs for “free” to try and compete with robo advisors. Wealthfront, one of the robo advisor behemoths, had their CEO respond quickly using phrases like, “almost criminal.” Obvi Schwab had to respond in defense, and they’re saying, “Nah shawty. You got it all wrong.” (Note: this is not an actual quote). Check out the deets on this cat fight...Read More

Obama Doesn’t Like Student Loans At least we’re all on the same page now. Obama visited Georgia Tech this week, and announced there that he wants to make some changes for student loan repayments. For right now it looks like that means trying to simplify the system. We’ll have to wait and see if it gets any better than that...Read More

The Irish Don’t Just Consume Potatoes Ireland’s parliament had a small snafu with some laws originally intended to ban certain drugs. They instead accidently created a legal loophole that made it legal for two days for anyone on Irish soil to be in possession of and take class A drugs like Ecstay and “magic mushrooms.” Granted, it was still illegal to buy or sell the drugs, but we’re pretty sure that didn’t stop the parties...Read More