* firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> [000503 07:00]:
> Of course, people who have been so wrong so often can be a good contrarian
> indicator. The fact that they're quitting could be an ominous sign...
Barton Biggs continued in the same piece to say pretty much just that:
> Of course, if you are a contrarian investor, you might make the argument
> that macro investing will be a rewarding enterprise now that even Soros
> has forsaken it. You also might make the argument that it is time to buy
> the euro. The sociological signs are favorable. And value investing had a
> great month after Tiger closed down.
-- Rob Sweeney: Information Ecology. firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.rsie.com/ Time is a warning.
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