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There’s a private Craigslist inside Bloomberg terminals where Wall Streeters are offered all from Ferraris to Italian castles

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Thousands of people use a Bloomberg depot each day to do their jobs. It’s one of a many useful machines in a world, and a workhorse of a financial industry, with up-to-the-second information and news from around a world.

The terminal, that costs some-more than $20,000 a year, has some intensely accessible functions, such as batch quotes, financial analysis, and an present follower that some people could not do without.

But there’s another, lesser-known duty — aptly named POSH — that allows Bloomberg users to list anything they wish to flip for some cash.

We went by a listings to find a many prosperous and absurd equipment and services for sale right now. Here are (just a few) of the favorites.

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