Monthly Archives: January 2012

The irony of Facebook –

Watching the squawking heads on CNBC this morning discussing the Facebook IPO, I wondered if anyone thought about the fact that most of the share allocations will be given to firms / institutions that ban the use of Facebook? Feeling … Continue reading

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THE GREATEST INVESTOR IN THE WORLD

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Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson

Just finished reading this – an excellent read – but rather sad in that Jobs himself turned out to be the ultimate Genius / Asshole dichotomy. His penchant for parking in Handicapped Spaces on a regular basis makes me wish … Continue reading

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New Product Idea – Volagra

Is your portfolio just not performing like it used to? You may be suffering from ED (Expiration Disfunction) and its common side effect of ‘Low Beta’. Its worth talking to your portfolio manager about Volagra, the new product from Wall … Continue reading

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Markets & the Euro

I have found it interesting to review writings from the 1930’s, as I find remarkable and yet subtle similarities to the current situation. Then, as now, America seemed more intent than ever on staying out of Europe’s squabbles, excepting of … Continue reading

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New trading advice overheard today:

Believe none of what you hear, and only half of what you see –

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The most interesting trader in the world –

His conservative Bond funds return 30% – He could solve the Euro crisis with his checkbook – He once won Greece in a poker game –  

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