Dec 07, 2015

We've Run The Numbers And It's True - This Is A Failed Strategy | Zero Hedge

Submitted by Simon Black via Sovereign Man blog, A few months ago, I needed to satisfy my curiosity. You see, one of the things I pride myself on about Sovereign Man is that my entire team and I are extremely data-driven. We make rational, calculated assertions typically based on publicly-available data. When I say, for example, that the US is broke, it’s because I know how to read the balance...

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