Once upon a time I started writing these blogs/emails inspired by Victor Niederhoffer (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victor_Niederhoffer), who not only spared me his time, but also his home, his food and unfortunately his tennis court (Victor was the first inductee to the hall of fame in squash)...
Victor idea was to share ideas and views with dinner table manners among people willing to invest their energy, mind and spirit into all sorts of discussions which would or would not be relevant to trading and trading strategies.
He also in the spirit of Benjamin Frankling (http://www.nycjunto.com/about.htm) started the Junto-club....
Inspired by him, never with any intend of pretending to know better, but always with the single objective of provoking people/investors to think out-of-the-box, to make a stand, to question the consensus, knowing at best my projections would be innocent at worst I would look silly....
Over time I have enjoyed personal benefit beyond my own input, something which often happens when you invest yourself into anything, but everything has its own time, and I now feel it is time for me to cease the public part of this blog. To say goodbye.
I will recommend some excellent replacements for my blog:
and if he choose to return, someone I have always enjoyed for his honest, direct approach: www.fintag.com
Like in Atlas Shrugged more and more "voices of reason" turns away from the public space, I do hope Fintag returns in earnest.
In the meantime if you feel like engaging me on the markets feel free to contact me on: Steen e-mail
As always I will end by wishing you: safe trading,
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