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Ttmygh 14 October 2013

Ttmygh 14 October 2013

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Ttmygh 14 October 2013
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Chekhov's Gun
"We’re done when I say we’re done." – 
Walter White/Heisenberg, Breaking Bad
"It's notWhat you thought
When you rst began it
You gotWhat you want
 Now you can hardly stand it though,
By now you know
It's not going to stop'Til you wise up"
Aimee Mann, Wise Up (from Magnolia)
"Remove everything that has no relevance to the story. If you sayin the rst chapter that there is a rie hanging on the wall, in thesecond or third chapter it absolutely must go off. If it's not going to be red, it shouldn't be hanging there."
Anton Chekhov
To learn more about Grant's new investment newsleer,
 Bull's Eye Investor,
A walk around the fringes of nance
By Grant Williams
14 OCTOBER 2013
14 OCTOBER 2013
ThingsThat Make You Go
During my recent hiatus a number of things happened which I suspect will be the subject offeverish debate amongst the chattering classes (myself included) for months if not years tocome.Amidst it all was a bald, bearded man of a certain age, who had transformed himself from alifelong academic into a feared and almost mythical leader, becoming in the process the focusof the world as he stared down all kinds of trouble in the name of protecting his "family".This man did whatever he felt was necessary in order to further his agenda; and though itmeant making many enemies, he dared look straight into the eyes of both his detractors andthose who would defy him, and he never blinked.He did what had to be done.But lately he had been trying to nd a way out. He didn't want the responsibility anymore, andhe felt as though it was time to quit and leave the empire to whoever was bold enough to seize
Sure, he tried to quit, but that wasn't something he could just do on a whim. Loose endsneeded to be tied up, and promises had to be made good and powerful people placated.For anyone who doesn't know the outcome of this tale, don't worry that I might ruin the ending... because that outcome hasn't been written yet. The best we can do is just guess at how it allplays out.Wait? What? Oh...
Breaking Bad? 
Nooooo... I wasn't talking about Walter White, I was talkingabout Ben Bernanke. Except, he DID blink...

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