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  • Fri, Jul 10, 2009 - 08:54pm

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    Re: The Economics of ‘Something for Nothing’

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Because people don’t want to work if they can get something for nothing.  Just look at the millions of idiots who buy lottery tickets evvery day (no offense intended), or go to billion dollar casinos, or gamble in the stock market, or all the other get rich quick scams out there.  It seems to be human nature, and this is where the shysters do their best business. 

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So those of us with a focused and disciplined approach to trading and investing in the stock market wouldn’t be lumped in with the gamblers and idiots right?

65% average annual ROI for the last 4 years.  I hope that doesn’t make me one of the shysters.

And the millions of idiots you accurately refer to are the ones who will feel the coming collapse first and the hardest.  The rest of us need to get ready for them coming our way, but that is a conversation taking place in another thread.