Wall Street analysts are no fans of Dave Barger, but JetBlue’s chief executive officer says the airline’s customer-friendly business model is still young—and effective
This is a story of a disaster foretold
There are many like this, and the intermediaries on the strock market strive on them
They are the casino, They feel when what they say will become reality, will turn out in their favor: Liquidity, reputation, transaction fees, bets on gains and losses, with no consideration on underlying value of the stocks..
In such a system outliers will always one day, when it suits analysts, be crucified…Its a game of cat and mouse.
I’ve been in these games as CEO, you have to experience it to understand…
Poor David Berger. He thinks as follows:
"No enterprise can exist for itself alone. It ministers to some great need, it performs some great service, not for itself, but for others; or failing therein, it ceases to be profitable and ceases to exist."
His problem, that’s not where the market intermediaries earn their bonuses.
Follow the money, follow the power, follow the sheep…
The solution: Change the rules of the game in favor of the whole, not partisan interests