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For all you interns with hopes, dreams, and aspirations of greatness this summer, pay very close attention. This man is a true legend. In my opinion his Global Macro ability surpasses George Soro's. The only man close is Jim Rogers who retired at 32 with a whopping 4200% return(he buys and holds he doesn't trade). If your already in the business..well..take it as motivation to end the first quarter strong. Get Money!

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Comments (12)

  • Gekko21's picture

    http://www.wallstreetoasis.com/forums/trader-docum...

    Sorry to say that you are too late. Already a well discussed thread on the movie.

    "Greed, in all of its forms; greed for life, for money, for love, for knowledge has marked the upward surge of mankind. And greed, you mark my words, will not only save Teldar Paper, but that other malfunctioning corporation called the USA."

  • Bravo's picture

    Ahhh shucks! There goes my silver bananas lol J/K Gekko.

    Please don't make me talk to you like an asshole...

  • LLcoolJ's picture

    Tudor Jones is not better than Soros, and Rogers isn't even on the same level.

  • Bravo's picture

    @ LLcoolJ

    Are you serious? Jim Rogers then Stanley Drunkenmiller managed the Quantum Fund. Soro's retired after Rogers returned 4200% to Quantum. How long have you been trading and making money in the market?

    Please don't make me talk to you like an asshole...

  • In reply to Bravo
    Cash4Gold's picture

    Bravo:
    @ LLcoolJ

    Are you serious? Jim Rogers then Stanley Drunkenmiller managed the Quantum Fund. Soro's retired after Rogers returned 4200% to Quantum. How long have you been trading and making money in the market?

    I have not seen you post in a while, so it is nice to see you back. With the advice of another forum member, I have been reading/watching a lot about the founders of Commodities Corp, and the success that led to almost $100 billion in assets under their alumni. Paul Tudor Jones, Bruce Kovner, Louis Bacon Moore, and a few of the lesser known names who retired from managing the money of others were enough to prove that following trends and macro trading go hand in hand.

    LLCoolJ, there is no sense in arguing about who is better. They all have different views on the economy, but they are all great risk managers for their styles and that is what makes them so successful.

  • Bravo's picture

    Howdy Cash4Gold. Your right, the proof is in the pudding.

    Please don't make me talk to you like an asshole...

  • GoodBread's picture

    Great video. Some segments are pretty hysterical, especially Borish using analogs to show we're headed for an epic bear market. Then again, seeing that as a possibility seems to have been enough to put PTJ at the top of Wall Street's earners list in 87.

  • kingtut's picture

    I've seen the documentary but I've never understood why PTJ decided to pull all of the videos??? Anyone know why

  • Bravo's picture

    PTJ stated it gave too much insight into his trading style. The SEC also investigated him after the crash of '87 and accused him of manipulating prices. In the end nobody actually knows but him.

    Please don't make me talk to you like an asshole...

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    I don't accept sacrifices and I don't make them. ... If ever the pleasure of one has to be bought by the pain of the other, there better be no trade at all. A trade by which one gains and the other loses is a fraud.