Unlike “Pundits” Who Are Always Wrong, One “Risk Taker” Actually Cares About His P/L

Unlike “Pundits” Who Are Always Wrong, One “Risk Taker” Actually Cares About His P/L

While the pundit class can be wrong on a regular basis with no repercussions, for risk takers the P/L never lies. That's from Bloomberg's Cameron Crise. And thanks a lot Cameron. Who says bloggers and pundits don't have positions? Sure, we might habitually lie about them and no, we're not generally accountable to anyone, but at the end of the day, we still have to look at our P/L too. We just don't have to report it to anyone and we're not responsible for other people's money so the worst tha
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