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You missed Jim Rickards. He predicted the credit-crunch crash that started the great recession, and as a result can often be seen pontificating on CNBC.

This guy is one of the shrewdest and most successful investors of our time.

And here's something he said in December on the cover of a newsletter in type variously 1 1/4" high:

"Friday, 31st March 2017: D-DAY  FOR THE GREAT BRITISH POUND"

In the body copy that followed he described how the pound had collapsed after the Brexit vote but warned in no uncertain terms : "The most dramatic effects are yet to come .... and the PM has confirmed that by Friday 31st March 2017 ... Britain will have finally begun reclaiming its independence ... but as it does, trigger-happy traders and bitter EU bureaucrats could once again unleash a devastating attack on the Great British Pound ... forcing its value to plummet ... WHAT WOULD ANOTHER 30%+ DROP MEAN TODAY?"

Right Jim. You, like everyone else who can't get their hands on the real market levers, got lucky once, just like a roulette player. And just like countless roulette players you've believed your own hype and now think you can actually call the market.

Master investors? Do me a favour. Fake news, inside information and weight of money wins almost every time.


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I've listened Jim Rickards a few times, and he always sings the bearish song. (Buy Gold Stocks). The bullish argument seems to be very quiet of late, and it's always worth keeping an open mind for all voices. The Jim Mellon segment is nearly an hour long, but worth a listen, he's more optimistic about the future - we're going to live longer (and keep our faculties), and the global population will decrease. That sounds better!

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