Dec

30

 Over a decade of pro checkers training followed by two decades of value-hunting in markets taught me but one lesson: Trojans should ring alarm-bells.

One should be cautioned against too obvious a bargain, just like when your checker opponent offers a sacrifice. I view the thoroughly obvious Bond Shorting bargain as one of the ominous signs that will keep me away from Times Square for the Ball-Drop. See, a friend of mine cancelled his well-planned Mumbai biz-trip — just because of what happened there the month before. People's tendency is to be reactive; not pro-active…

With what Israel is currently doing, Hamas is effectively paralyzed. What people are not thinking about: when you corner someone, things may become a little more complex than meet the eye.


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