Druckenmiller’s Bold Call: ‘Something Really Bad’ Could Happen

Druckenmiller’s Bold Call: ‘Something Really Bad’ Could Happen

Stop whatever you're doing! Stan Druckenmiller wants to say a couple of things. My overriding penchant for irreverence demands I adopt a sarcastically derisive cadence when discussing anything to do with Druckenmiller. It's not Stan's fault. Rather, it's the fault of legions of adults predisposed to a kind of hero worship that I find genuinely pitiable. I say it again and again: Adults shouldn't worship other adults, especially not for the feat of accumulating large sums of money. Being rich is
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5 thoughts on “Druckenmiller’s Bold Call: ‘Something Really Bad’ Could Happen

  1. When I saw the headline, I was wondering if he was going to comment on his post-Brexit call that, thanks to the vote, the UK was a wonderful place to invest.

    No comment on that, Stanley?

  2. Don’t forget Stanley is the guy who said “I’m wrong so often I’ve had to figure out how to make money without being right.” That’s why I want to know what he’s thinking. James Grant is another one-even when he is right, it might take decades to manifest in the real world..That doesn’t mean I don’t want to know what he’s thinking. I’ve got a list of least 50 people I try to keep track of….

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