Yeah, timing is the hard part, and if you're five years early you might want to try a little humility. Too bad he didn't know about this seven year cycle thing.
I don't think he'll divulge anything, but if you fervently believe for five years that a crash is imminent, how could you not be short some of the most bloated nasdaq names? And if you are, how are you able to chat it up like nothing's happening when you're getting crushed?
Your whole body of work here is some supersnark nonsense about top ticking the last two bull market peaks and riding them all the way down. None of it verifiable, of course. What we do know with certainty is that you are the permabear of longest duration, now in your fifth year, predicting the undoing of everything multiple times per day. That's thousands of doomster posts that have yet to pan out. You never talk about what you're short, but if you believe its all a house of cards, some the most bloated nazzies must be part of your holdings. So which ones?
I'm not bullish. Just frustrated. But that can't compare to how you feel, being short nflx, amzn, msft, goog, and lord knows how many biotechs.
Then why do you bother trading?
I think you're a good person, but has anyone ever intemperantly said the phrase it's not about you?
You truly need permabear twelve steps. Five years of top picking had rendered you into a bubbling lunatic. Wish I could care.
Everyone has to own them. The hedge funds have to get in, to keep pace with their competitors. The passive index etf's have to buy them because of their greater market cap. And the momentum etf's have to buy them because they're up. What a game.
It's fine to refer to the act, the mandate, the autonomy. But these days they've openly admitted they take their cues from the market. It's supposed to be the other way around. What do you make of it?