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Tuesday, 27 September 2011

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I just watched it, and I can see why your nuts shriveled. But after considering it, I think the interviewee was just showing off, like he was trying to sound like George Soros or something. Anyone who thinks he can predict the future of the economy, especially one the size of Europe, is probably deluded.

Do you know who the interviewee is? He sounded American. Further evidence that he's showing off, in my opinion.

I tend to agree with Dom. Possibly all true, but some of the lines seemed to be crafted for effect. I loved the one: "I'm a trader. I don't really care about that stuff...".

If he was really motivated solely by making large sums of money, then I can't see why he would waste time telling BBC viewers how they could do it too.

I'm not so sure, chaps, he sounded fairly genuine to me, just brassed off at the soppy questions coming from an interviewer without a clue as to the real world. Good fun, anyway!

I simply do not know enough. But I came across this.

https://news.yahoo.com/blogs/cutline/bbc-victim-hoax-no-yes-men-154724196.html

Well, I've just had a quick glance at his blog and he seems to know where-of he writes. Anyway, what he said was terrific.

I think the interviewee was just showing off, like he was trying to sound like George Soros or something. Anyone who thinks he can predict the future of the economy, especially one the size of Europe, is probably deluded... Good fun, anyway

But that's what traders do, james, predict the future economy. I would suggest 'downhill' for the next few years, what about you?

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