Is it just me or has something changed in the recent Lobagola move with regards to short term price change that we have not seen in awhile. It reminds me of when I first started trading seriously. Old tricks are new again. I wonder if this elephant brought seeds on his feet that have been ground into the village dirt, which might lead to longer lasting environmental change. Did he bring discomfort to the new first lady: "Not on my watch, not my reputation." Moves from somewhere in the back of the mind are struggling to form a conscious thought. I will attempt to put meat on the observation tonight.

Victor Niederhoffer writes:

As the creator of Lobogola, or should I say the keeper, I would say that Lobogola is timeless. The funny thing is that Lobogola was a Jewish dentist imposter and all his stuff was created from the British Library. However, I have looked often for details about elephant migrations and have found very little concerning their singularity with respect to paths. The monkeys are a different story. I named my macaque after my thesis adviser, Jim Lorie. The rest of the story is too sad to tell.





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  1. Shane Hurren on February 13, 2014 5:01 pm

    I haven’t seen it, but, I think the movie “Wolf of Wall Street” is a good example of a phony. (He is a white Jew though.)

    I applaud him for going on the shows… talking amongst the “common people.” He seems to be somewhat sincere. Unlike others who talk in hidden code and never make their true feelings visible.

    Like I said, I haven’t seen the movie. Ms. Dreyfus has though, maybe she can tell us. Can you ask her… did the “wolf” have people working for him counting cigarette buts in Thailand?

    Movies like that are always the most blatant kinds of examples of a phony. The tricky ones that hide behind an austere presentation of integrity and uprightness.


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