You know, when I read your writing, I’m whisked back 30 years to Hunter S. Thompson’s weekly column in the newspaper – priceless.
Classic intoxication as usual . Thanks.
You’re a great writer. Hope you’re into good bourbons for the New Year.
When I read your posts I read them with Brian Cranston’s voice in my head. Somehow you have managed to capture the character of Walter White in how you write, and that is funny.
They used to call James Brown “the hardest working man in rock n roll.” The same can be applied to Heisenberg in investment journalism.
One day you will finally be right…
Heisenberg and DoubleLine’s Jeff Gundlach think alike about stocks, bonds and analyst estimates.
Thanks Heisenberg for your articles -most of which I have enjoyed reading.
Heisenberg needs to be reined in as to some of these proclamations and I guess I’ll have to be the sheriff on that beat.
Heisenberg: real useful. NEXT!!!
Personally, I like your articles/writing, but I despised this one.
The author, as interesting and as valuable as his observations and commentary are (yes, I do find this column valuable or I wouldn’t routinely click on it), just seems to have these swans on his mind. Maybe it’s a Freudian thing.
Damn, somebody’s glass of eggnog is half empty.
On Sunday, two rum and cokes on ice coming up, and you’ve got no choice in the matter.
May Santa leave you an extra lump of coal in your stocking.
I hope your health returns enough that you can imbibe in an occasional snifter. Drop the Courvoisier, though, and try some Kelt XO; or a bottle of Glenfiddich that’s old enough to vote.
Eventually something will happen, we will have a correction, and it will be followed by business as usual. Heisenberg, you can then point to any of your many “the sky over rome is falling on chicken little who is on fire”. Zzzzzzzzzz…….
Whimsical, refreshing, informative.
You know marijuana is legal now in many places. Try that instead of the booze.
This guy has predicted 173 of the last (zero) black swans.
You are a dark cloud on a sunny day.