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Discussion in 'General Investing Discussion' started by Tropo, 20th Jan, 2012.

  1. Tropo

    Tropo Well-Known Member

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  2. Johny_come_lately

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    The smart trader nowadays will always prepay subprime reference entities.

    The wise trader these days will plan to hedge senior-rated CDOs.

    An intelligent trader today will be sure not to redistribute unpooled SPVs.




    Johny. :D:D
     
  3. wdongli

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    Are you a intelligent trader if you prepay...hedge...not to redistribute...but could not get enough return by prepaying, hedging, or not to redistributing?

    Are you not a intelligent trader since you don't prepay....?

    It sounds somethings are missed to be intelligent! If you are disciplined, analytical, and self-reliant, you are intelligent even you never play anything around subprime, CDOs, or SPVs, ain't you?

    What's the proper definition of "intelligent" in the market? If a definition could not be used to provide safety and profitability in the market, what's it for?
     
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