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Lemmings Only Function in the Stock Market is to Serve as Cannon Fodder

A genius can't be forced; nor can you make an ape an alderman. Thomas Somerville From the Tulip bubble to the financial meltdown of 2008, the theme has been the same. The masses never learn, they always cry foul on the way down but gurgle with joy on the way up. In other words, when they are making money, they are okay with the risk, but when they start to lose, they scream bloody murder.
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