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Your Monthly Humorous Financial Update from Bonnie Yam

June 2009

Welcome to Bonnie's Bulls! We all need humor. In an attempt to share the lighter side of life, Pension Maxima Investment Advisory, Inc. creates this monthly column to help us rediscover the spark that ties us through the dreary moments of life. No man is a poor man if he can still laugh. Laugh as much as you breathe and love as long as you live. Live, Love and Laugh!

Please feel free to share these jokes with your friends. Pension Maxima also welcomes joke submissions. All published jokes will be awarded.

Succeeding Warren Buffett

A mathematician, an accountant and an economist from Harvard University apply to succeed after the retiring Warren Buffett as the coveted money manager at Berkshire Hathaway.

Buffett calls in each candidate for an interview, starting with the mathematician. He asks, "What does two plus two equal?" The mathematician replies, "Four."

Buffett asks, "Four, exactly?"

The mathematician looks at him incredulously and replies "Yes, exactly four."

Buffett then calls in the accountant and asks the same question, "What does two plus two equal?"

The accountant answers, "On average, four - give or take a few percents, but on average, four."


Finally Buffett calls in the economist and poses the same question "What does two plus two equal?"

The economist locks the door, closes the shade and gives him a big smile, "What do you want it to equal? With chaos theory and random walk, we economists can explain every market action."

A man was lost. He spotted a woman and shouted, "Can you help me? I promised to meet up with my partner an hour ago but I don't know where I am.

The woman took out her compass, checked her map and replied, "You're travelling SE, between 20 and 21 degrees north latitude and 30 and 31 degrees west longitude."

"Pardon me. You must be an astrologist," said the man." I am," replied the woman, "How do you know?"

"Well", answered the man, "Everything you said is interesting, but totally useless. I have no idea what to make of your information. Frankly you've not been much help at all. If anything, you've delayed my trip."

The woman replied, "You must be a politician."

"I am" replied the man. "But how do you know?"

The woman replied, "You don't know where you are or where you are going. You made promises which you've no idea how to keep and you expect other people to solve your problems. The fact is you are in exactly the same position as you were before we met, but somehow now it's all my fault!"

Letter to the Welfare Department

California in its own fiscal doldrums is receiving an un-proportional request for welfare. It's always nice to know our tax dollars are being spent wisely.

Here are 2 of the letters from our hard working citizens:

Please help me. As per your instruction, I am forwarding my marriage certificate and the birth certificate of my 15 6 children. Don't mind the last one ... he was a mistake as you can see. My last baby I have given birth too weighing 10 pounds. I am married one week before he was born so he is not illiterate ilegitimate ... he is OK. I am pregnant again. When can I expect the check?

Signed: The Desperate

Pleeese find for my husband who ees missing or dead. The man I am now living with complains he kent can't do anything until he knows. Do you know? He gat lay off his project for two weeks and none of us have gat any relief since. We are worry worried. We have no work and no money. Please send the check to my new condo.

Signed: The Forlorn

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Copyright February 11, 2009 by Bonnie Yam.

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