November 7, 2011
There is ample information and education available to the commoner at hand. If the commoner does not take the time to read the annual reports and SEC filings sent to them, they are at the fault of none other than themselves and is only right that they reap the results of their il-labor. Thus, there is no need for any additional change in the course of education or in the body of information available to the plebeian ripe for spoils. This is not disdain for the commoner, but in fact a necessary check against the inaction of the common man who gambles in the pretense of investing.