2009-03-11huffingtonpost.com

He really spills the beans here -- it turns into a veritable "HOWTO" of gaming the market (including illegal aspects). Seems he didn't think it was a big deal because this "isn't on TV".

You gotta give him credit though. He is more realistic than most, for all the lack of ethics. He acknowledges that the market is a gigantic rigged casino (and the regulators are way behind the ball) -- so why not rig it to your advantage? Who even cares about the fundamentals?

It's enough to make regular folk pine for sound money to store one's hard-earned wealth, instead of this nightmare.


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