Top Ten Scariest Wall Street Halloween Costumes

Its that time of year again…

As we speak, your neighborhood freak is busy shoving rusty screws into the Milky Way bars, teen boys are stocking up on eggs and toilet paper and teen girls are shopping for either a slutty nurse, slutty devil, slutty maid, or slutty marketing executive costume.

That’s right!  Halloween is upon us!

Screams will be heard, children will be embarrassed by their parents, candy corn will be eaten (reluctantly).

Want to frighten an investor this year?  Here are the Top Ten Scariest Wall Street Halloween Costumes for 2009:

10. The National Debt Clock

9.   CIT’s Balance Sheet

8.   Zombie Bank

7.   Goldman Sachs Vampire Squid

6.   AIG’s Chief of Risk Management

5.   Ruth Madoff

4.   Ruth Madoff’s Reflection in a Mirror

3.   The Inflation Boogie Man

2.   30 Year Treasury

1.   Barney Frank-enstein

Get out there in one of these costumes and scare the hell out of someone you love.

If those aren’t in-stock, here are a few extra suggestions:  Nancy Pelosi, Maxine Waters, The Galleon Group Ghost Ship, Japan’s Lost Decade, a Triple Leveraged ETF, The Phantom Uptick Rule or Alan Greenspan.

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