Thursday, September 15, 2011

Your Subordinate Today might become your Boss Tomorrow

A bird's eye view above nice of France may reveal the finance situation in Europe.
Passenger ship at bottom is leaving berth and without any tug boat stand by on her bow, perhaps there is no pilot onboard as well and the skipper takes the helm by himself to save every dollar for the company!

The top one just arrived and with very few bus coaches waiting alongside to take the tours.
Freighter on right is topped with yachts and catamarans, the owners could not afford a team of crew to sail his boat and have to take a public bus.
Are they poor?
Maserati new sport-utility vehicle was one of the most sought-after models at the Frankfurt car show this week and Ferrari SpA predicted record sales as executives said ultra-luxury remains recession-proof. Sales of the main high-end European luxury brands -- Maserati, Lamborghini, Ferrari, Bentley, Rolls-Royce and Aston Martin -- will rise 19 percent this year to 28,090 vehicles, and gain another 13 percent in 2012. The rich have gotten richer and the number of millionaires in emerging countries is really growing so the demographic trend is very positive” for the ultra-luxury car makers.
Rolls-Royce Record: Rolls-Royce owned by BMW expects in 2011 to break last year’s sales record of 2,711 cars & China may overtake the U.S. as its top market.
Bentley Convertible : Bentley Motors whose customers include Queen Elizabeth II and the Sultan of Brunei, rolled out an updated version of the Continental GTC convertible with deliveries of the 575-horsepower model starting before the end of 2011.

The world has changed, Black people can be the US President, The Poor people once was supported by People of HK some 20 years ago are now the largest buyer of HK's real estate and properties!
Once the Riches now has becomes the poor. Once the Poor now is able to buy the properties of Italy to prevent it going into Bankrupt. So Today, don’t look down anyone in the street, they might be your boss Tomorrow!

HK Snob

No comments: