May

18

Talking about deception, I think that "The President's speech" is striking. It is a story by Oliver Sacks included in his book "The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat". You can read it here .

For those who are interested, stop here, enjoy it and then proceed. I do not want to spoil your reading.

What do you and I need to have, or not to have, not to be deceived by the market? Why do 'we normals wish to be fooled, and are indeed well and truly fooled' by the market? Why don't we listen to its 'tone' and what it is trying to tell us? And if we are not able understand its 'tone', why don't we listen to its 'expressive' speech? I think we need to deprive ourselves of our emotional part and retain only the rational self.

Accept the loss and don't hope in vain, or take the profit and don't be greedy. Being 'normal' does not help.


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