Thank goodness Rotem's comments mean nothing - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • 01.08.07 | 09:10 (IDT)

    Two years ago, a monkey was filmed throwing darts at companies. The idea was to see if a monkey could make more money purchasing stocks by throwing darts at a board, then those professionals whose job it is to watch and play the stock-market. Yes play the market. Not work the market but like Las Vegas one goes to play. anyone older than the age of ten knows that those "in the know" journalists back in the eighties continued to predict a Bear market, while the market went Bullish for ten years. last year in Israel our intrepid journalists were exhorting Israelis to buy dollars and not stocks. We all know that the stock market has shot up, while the dollar which was 4.60 shekels at the time fell this year to under 4.00 shekels to the dollar. So people take Rotem's advice at your risk, or get smart and get a monkey to throw darts at a board.

    from the article: Now what? / Fat lady hasn't sung
    First published 00:00 31.07.07 | Last updated 00:00 31.07.07
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