We at Wall street Insight have decided that we must make an example of BB&T.  BB&T is the mother company of Sterling Capital Funds.  The management of Sterling Capital funds responded in a very  unprofessional manner when confronted about some of their non performing funds.  Specifically $BAEIX. Out of all the mutual fund companies that responded to our inquiries Sterling was the worst. This insult can not go unanswered. Not only does Sterling need to be punished, they also have funds that need to be admitted in to our Mutual Fund rehab clinic, which is in direct violation to the Mutual Fund Constitution. How much more are we supposed to take?

I have thought some more about this situation.  It makes me even more upset because when our relatives pass away and leave insurance money those folks at BB&T will come around with some sort of story how they are our friends and they are to be trusted.

If one of our children signs a contract to play professional sports, or entertainment BB&T will show up then as well. When we retire and have money to roll over BB&T will there again with there hands out. But now when we have something to say to them all of a sudden communication is difficult and they have nothing to say and we are ignored. 

Well all I can say is the day of reckoning draws near.  The Wall Street Insight Mutual Fund Constitution will be enforced. 

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Comment by Mykerlange Meronee on May 17, 2014 at 6:12pm

We are also going to join the fight. Just let us know what the next step is. Our members are ready to act.

Minister Maronee

Comment by joanel celestine on May 17, 2014 at 11:43am

My congregation will stand with you all as well. We will not take down from enforcing the law of Wall Street Insight.

Pastor Celestine

Comment by dieugaud gabriel on May 17, 2014 at 8:51am

I Pastor Gabriel also stand against BB&T along with all of their cohorts. I have been speaking with other pastors though out the Church of Christ organization about the offenses, thievery, mismanagement among other things. They are all fighting mad.  We are planning a surprise for all the wayward souls in the finance arena. BB&T will get a super special surprise.  I and my associate Pastors are determined to teach these guys a lesson.

Comment by mathieu charles on May 17, 2014 at 8:38am

This is Pastor Charles. I want everyone to know my congregation will support any action taken against BB&T, Sterling Capital Fund, and any one else that refuses to comply with our initiatives.  It is time to repent.

Comment by guinn elmore on May 10, 2014 at 9:47am

Now things are heating up[.  I have been talking to people in my circle about what we are doing over here at Wall Street Insight.  Everyone I talk to gets upset when they here about what is going on. They all  said they will stand with us.  Just let us know what the next move is and we are down with whatever. We are ready to push hard. Just say the word. 

Comment by Seuldieu Richard on April 29, 2014 at 11:53pm

It is time for discipline and fair play.  For too long these finance people have just been able to go unchecked  with their wayward disrespect and flagrant mismanagement. The fact they act as if they are untouchable is really pissing me off. We are actually trying to help those idiots at Sterling.  It is clear they need help with some of their funds. You would think they would jump at the opportunity to get assistance.  To bad, because now we are going to first bust their chops for "monkey boy"who answered the the phone. Then we will begin to enforce the constitution. So its now double trouble for BB&T & Sterling. 

Comment by HENRY LEWIS FERGUSON on April 25, 2014 at 11:13am
Retribution is very near BB&T We will repatriate stand firm in solidarity.
Comment by HENRY LEWIS FERGUSON on April 25, 2014 at 11:06am
They think they are the only ones with power
Comment by clarence Merke on April 20, 2014 at 9:16pm

I did not know that. Well that settles it. We will show no mercy what so ever. The day of Judgement draws near.  

Comment by Mario Millan on April 20, 2014 at 9:09pm

No Sgt. They way I heard it, after we sent over some emails about those performance problems they are having some guy from Sterling called back. He was acting like a wild monkey over the phone. he was a total a-- hole if you know what I mean. Its' funny because we sent those exact same emails to other mutual fund families. So the bad behavior is a real problem. It says to me the corporate culture is degraded. How can they allow some like that to represent their company. The only answer that come to mind is they do not care. 

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