I’m a stripper – we can read the markets BETTER than bankers

UNA STRIPPER has claimed that she can read the markets better than bankers and has explained why she thinks we are headed for a recession.

The adult entertainer said strip clubs were “unfortunately a leading indicator” of economic health, adding that we’re already in a recession.


A stripper has claimed to be able to read the markets better than bankers.Credit: Twitter/@botticellibimbo
The adult entertainer said the business world and strip clubs were 'deeply integrated'


The adult entertainer said the business world and strip clubs were ‘deeply integrated’Credit: Getty

In a series of previous posts on Twitter, the woman, who goes by the username @botticellibimbo, said strip joints are “an operational tool” for business people and not just a source of “sinful” entertainment.

Referring to the 2001 Enron Corp scandal, he said they were the place where “energy salesmen brought in their clients” and “recruiters brought in would-be finance brothers” because the world of business and adult entertainment was ” deeply integrated.

“[As strippers] we always have to be aware of the fluctuations in the market and how upper-class white men behave and spend their money,” he said.

“Ask ANY stripper we need to be aware of how rich people are going to spend their money, stripping is gambling on how rich people spend their money.

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“Are you going to tell me that’s not just a stock market?”

He also said that year-end bonuses “make up a large part of the strip club’s revenue,” emphasizing the connection between venues and the condition of the market.

@botticellibimo concluded: “Every stripper I know is a better forecaster of trends than any brother in finance or marketing exec.”

One user responded with his own story from 2007 in which he told a friend that “the club was too dead for too long” and took his money from the shares.

“I thought she was crazy. But she did and she ended up almost doubling her money,” he said.

@botticellibimo’s post has received over 120,000 likes and nearly 15,000 retweets since it was shared on May 19.

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