So the young ones are showing us 80;s folks how investments are really being done. We bank our money and the bank uses it on the exchange market makes a lot of money out of your money, gives you back R2.00. You are so happy because you gained interest, right, but the bank made a few thousand with your money.
Bitcoin regulations allow the goverment to monitor all transactions because without any monitoring bankers know people will remove their money out from the banks, which will make them and their company go bankrupt. Bankers don't like competition. Their rigged game in which they always win (socialize losses, privatize profits) is starting to show its cracks.
Jamie Dimon remains the highest-paid chief executive, but his 5% pay raise was smaller than that of at least five of his counterparts. Here's what CEOs of 12 large and regional banks earned in 2018, based on recent proxy filings. Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan Chase 2017 Compensation: $29.5 million 2018 Compensation: $31 million Increase: 5% Brian Moynihan, Bank of America 2017 Compensation: $23 million 2018 Compensation: $26.5 million Increase: 15% Michael Corbat, Citigroup 2017 Compensation: $23 million 2018