Monday, 19 April 2010

I Am Innocent


John Singer Sargent - Orestes Pursued by the Furies

If we practice and eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth, soon the whole world will be blind and toothless.
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe

Thanks to this widespread idea we live in a world put in motion by wicked souls. Proud owners of brilliant teeth and bobbing eyes, just not to miss any opportunity.

George Soros, speaking at a meeting organized by The Economist, warns all those who are throwing their money into the equity pit, that "the financial world is on the wrong track and that we may be hurtling towards an even bigger boom and bust than in the credit crisis." Reuters reports that Soros said "the same strategy of borrowing and spending that had got us out of the Asian crisis could shunt us towards another crisis unless tough lessons are learned." We hope all those who are buying stocks have very tight stop loss triggers.
Anthony Cherniawski
thepracticalinvestor.com

The world of plenty. Complete foolish demagogic unbridled practical investor. When was the last time this non-trader did make any money? For a year he's been telling to trade counter wave, counter major wave and into minor corrections. Yet, he is not stopping. Besides now he warns and feels sorry for those who have bought (and made money). George Soros is hardly a respectable trader, to listen to what he says. He is a market manipulator for sure and exploits the fact the masses listen to what he says. He is a lousy and dirty insider trader first of all.

There is nobody left and I just don’t know how they are going to be replaced. I have no idea. Just the outpouring of grief is amazing. Just to see the coffin of the President you have to stand in a line five miles long. Every Pole feels the grief right now and every Pole is touched by this, and we have no idea how we will rebuild this.
Tomasz Adamek - about president Lech Kaczynski's death

Adamek's got caught by the stampede of grief and has forgiven his brother Jaroslaw Kaczynski called him a 'feckless Pole' only because he'd emigrated. He also has no idea who would replace them ( the dead), staring at 5 mile long queue of candidates. Fortunately, not every Pole has been caught in this baby boomers emotional blackmail.

I could spend all day in the kitchen or in the street. I could write anything or keep silence. I could make friends, learn to sing or lie down motionless till I blow up. In any case I will be innocent as there's no guilt in my heart or gilt in the market I couldn't trade.

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