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The New York Times served up another of those paeans to the victorious financial speculators on Sunday. This one glorifies a 38-year old Boaz Weinstein of Saba Capital. He is one of the people who early on recognized that something was going on with the credit default swaps market in the City of London. The NYT wants you to know that they are the winners and you are the losers.
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