Yup. Took major moves though and a few strokes of an Executive Office pen.
I think Soros had a much stronger solution as I don’t think this top-down solution will be sustainable for _too_ much longer. Hence the top 3% money-grab at present. They know it. What’s next? We’ll manage but I’m hoping for a crash sooner than later while there’s still money to fix.
Nope. I want an early crash BEFORE money-to-fix-it is gone from the Federal govt. It’s being drained quickly right now.
[that’s a joke btw: the whole market behaves as a Soros market, not a Buffet market
Good. Learning his investment techniques is smart. Market’s an emotional market, not rational. Soros knows that and good investors follow that and most do anymore.
Unless it’s that one 60 mins interview from 1993. Meh, he’s shaped how we all think about money, market and even memes.
Without emotional intelligence, you’ll be sunk.
Suck it up. He’s amoral and smart. Not immoral but amoral. Considering his upbringing, it’s not surprise. Hes replaceable and he knows that. Most don’t know that about themselves.
reflexivity. That’s his big thing. Good to know and if you watch a lot of Soros stuff, you’d know it, or should.
Oh I know that. But from an amoral perspective, from which the world of politics, economics, law and business operates, anybody can be swapped out for another.
It’s precisely the thing I don’t like about ‘the world’. But somebody has to know how it functions and he doesn’t hide any of his knowledge about it. More the better.’
Oh, I agree with you on that. I’m one of those
“we’re all special snowflakes” kind of people just like you are.
But it’s good to know how the other half operates. Wise as serpents and all that.
Soros is basically a “Watch the world burn” investor — and he invented that style of investing.
But, he’s oddly also a big philanthropist. Dude has a soul, strangely enough. When you have a lot of baggage ,gotta do something.
“His capacity and penchant for deep thinking was one thing that distinguished him as a speculator. Specifically, he believed his theory of reflexivity gave him an edge. It postulated that the market had an inherent tendency toward disequilibrium — not equilibrium as economists’ models assumed.”
You say Trump’s the ultimate troll? Nah. Featherweight, barely on the radar.
Most folks aren’t tough enough to handle a Soros style investment strategy. He’s a rare combo of “all in” and conservative. Reminds me of a cat sitting still then pouncing with its all.‘