ABOUT THE SOCK MARKET.
The financial and fashion world stood up and took notice of the newest trend in hosiery when The Sock Market opened its virtual doors. Ted Hersh and Bruce Dobkin, realizing the tremendous potential of this emerging growth industry of men’s and ladies hosiery, established The Sock Market.
The variety and intrinsic value of the socks appealed to investors of all persuasions. For the well heeled tycoon a fine variety of Blue Chip Socks was offered. Moms and Pops with families to raise were attracted to the many issues of Mutual Socks for themselves. For the Kids they bought Penny Socks, which have tremendous Growth Potential.
Visitors from around the world flocked to the Sock Market and found the variety of Socks extremely appealing. When the Socks were brought home as gifts, they reaped tremendous dividends.
PRESSURE MOUNTS FOR OTHER SOCK MARKETS. “FUN” IS KEYWORD.
Financiers from Major Cities have approached the founders of the original Sock Market to bring this booming fashion and financial marker to their corner of the world.
The head of the Federal Reserved Board, Alan Seamspan, was recently quoted as saying, “We have no intention of lowering women’s hemlines in the near future. The Sock Market is just too much fun to fool with at this time. When the Dow was down, their socks were up.”
When asked if he was buying long or selling short, Charles Suave, head of the famous brokerage house of the same name, laughed and replied, “Long of course, I only wear over-the-calf socks. Don’t you?”