One of the largest drugs cartels in Colombia is to float itself on the New York Stock Exchange in an attempt to raise funds for an expansion.
The current leader of the cartel, Don Laden has announced the plans in order to fund their continued expansion into the lucrative Crystal Meth market which has taken America by storm in recent years.
The stock is expected to float around the $1.28 mark which has been described as a gross underestimate by Wall Street giants Goldman Sachs. 'We expect a pricing of $3.00 to be more realistic and will be listing this as buy.'
Investors are eager to snap up a stake in the expectation of huge profits as hardcore drug use becomes acceptable as a result of this move.
Critics have blasted this move and reaction in the business district stating that this is highly illegal and class A drugs 'destroy lives'. However everyone is bored of critics who seem to have an opinion on everything and City bosses have responded '...get a real job, where there's money to be made there's no room for morals.'
The stock will be floated next Sunday when the markets are closed so that dodgy dealers on the Stock Exchange will be the only investors able to get a piece of this lucrative stock with massive profits expected on Monday morning when the Exchange will be opened by Don Laden himself in an attempt to improve relations with the current CEO of Columbian Rock And Cocaine Kartel (CRACK).