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Message subject : Re: What do we all think of Rene Rivkin?

This message was posted by never on May 06, 2000 :

In Reply to: What do we all think of Rene Rivkin? posted by roman on May 06, 2000 :

-> Hello ppls.
-> What do we all think of Rene Rivkin? I admire the man. But as yet I am
-> unsure if I hate him or love him. I mean he is taking away the joy of making
-> your own money by making money for you. On the other hand he takes away the
-> gambling aspect involved in uneducated trades.

He hasn't made any money for me ! Mind you I don't subscribe to his
newsletter. I did consider paying $10 - $15 for a 5 page newsletter, for
about 1/10,000th of a second though. As far as gambling goes, he doesn't
have to gamble while there are still gullible people in the world... he
just sells them a newsletter. Money in bank, no risk taken. He even
rings you to get your credit card details off you if you subscribe through
the 'net. Probably because he is afraid that people gullible enough to
subscribe will type the number incorrectly on their PC.

If you want the joy of making your own money forget Rene and let me help
you make money. I don't take away any joy. I create joy. It works like
this. You give all of your money to me and then you just fill yourself
with joy trying to get me to give it back. I can even send you a
newsletter every Monday evening informing you of your progress and giving
you tips. for example I suggest you look for the money in my right hand
while I'm holding it in my left hand, much in the spirit of the way which
Rene tells you to buy when he's ready to sell.

-> Can anyone also help me with two very simple problems. I am unsure what
-> the open and close times for the market are. And also, how come I can't find
-> "sell prices" on the net, only one column stating the "price". Yet the paper
-> has seperate buy/sell columns.

How do you know your two problems are simple if you don't know the answers
For the opening and closing times just listen for the bell. For the buy
and sell columns you'll need a spreadsheet.

-> Ok. thats all for the moment. All help to the above questions
-> appreciated. Aint the Market so inteteresting.

Not as interesting as trying to work out why someone who doesn't even know
what time the market opens and closes is so sure of making money without
joy by following the lead of someone he saw on a paid tv commercial.


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