Discussion in 'Politics' started by shneed, May 28, 2002.
last time i read ny'er, it reeked of leftist spin. if you tell me it's worth it, I'll read it.
ill read it.
look at this chart and tell me if you can identify it:
niederhoffer is a phenomena and it wouldn't surprise me if the establishment rag slanders him in that elitist way.
I can't stand the leftist crap either.
I read it and it is very good. I have always said, especially on this board, that there are many, many ways to make (and lose) a lot of money in the markets. These guys prove it.
the hero is wary of the antihero because he theorizes the latter is a product of luck.
later we learn that the hero's strategy for success includes <i> "that by looking at the past behavior of GM you can figure out the exact odds that GM will hit forty five dollars in the next three months."</i> Figure out the future from the past? Hmmm.
In all leftist rhetoric, it's the <i>other</i> guy's doo-doo that stinks. The left's doo-doo is sacred. But their yadda is still full of contraditions.
OK. Let's overlook this for now...it' a good read.
Sorry, but "time and chance happen to them all." -- Solomon
This is an excellent article. I didn't see a political angle to it.
one of the left's most effective tools is its elitist social commentary, its celebrating of all things esoteric and avant-garde. some call it 'baffling w/bs.'
Who gives a rip how many gargoyles the hero has at home? And I love this buy 'a social amount' nonsense.
It's a fascinating read. I agree. But it spins left all the same.
Sometimes I get a strange feeling in back, which is when I reckon it's time to get up and do something.
Other than that I haven't found it helps me predict the market, left, right, up or down.
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